Free Press Journal
  • IG convenes meeting to tighten noose on criminals

    Ujjain : Top officials of police administration assembled at police control room for a crime review meeting convened by ADGP V Madhukumar and also attended by DIG Ramansingh Sikarwar and SP Sachin Atulkar.

  • Consumers in pain as veggie prices go through the roof

    Mumbai : Tomatoes for Rs 100/kg and the humble onion going for Rs 40 a kilo. With vegetable prices in Mumbai markets spiralling out of control, home-makers are finding it increasingly difficult to keep within their food budget. Most other veggies prices have also gone through the roof.

  • Classical violin and Bharatanatyam in Shravan-mahotsav today

    Ujjain : Fourth evening of Shravan-Mahotsav will witness rendition of Hindustani classical music on violin by city-based artist Abdul Hamid Latif and Bharatanatyam performance by Rama Vaidyanathan, New Delhi, at Mahakal pravachan hall on Sunday at 7 pm.

  • Beijing mulling ‘limited war’ against India

    An article in state-run Global Times said that China will not allow the military standoff between China and India in Doklam to last for too long, and there may be a small-scale military operation to expel Indian troops within two weeks.

  • U Mumba beat Dabang Delhi

    Nagpur : U Mumba earned the bragging rights with an impressive 36-22 with over rivals Dabang Delhi in the Pro Kabaddi League.

  • RTI activists to move HC against MCI orders

    Indore : Angered by the orders of Medical Council of India (MCI) for suspending registration of eight doctors of Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College for illegal drug trials, RTI activists and the whistleblower of illegal drug trials are planning to move court and to raise voice before different authorities.

  • No surprises! M. Venkaiah Naidu Vice-President elected

    one more for nda BJP-led coalition brushes aside all challenge from joint Opposition candidate , Coming from an agricultural background, I never imagined I would be here. Agriculture has no  proper voice in polity.

  • BJP youth outfit leader held for attack on Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi : The police have arrested one person and detained three on Saturday in connection with the attack on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s car while he was visiting north Gujarat’s flood-affected Banaskantha district on Friday.

  • Open conflict triggers concern Poland might leave EU next

    Now, months of open conflict between Poland’s conservative nationalist government and rest of the EU has some Poles wondering if their leaders are putting the country on a path that could take it out of the union,

  • Govt to push khadi for military uniform

    Those in the Army say promotion of khadi is always welcome but the khadi uniforms will be difficult to maintain, particularly when the forces are deployed in hard outdoor conditions.

  • Brilliant Farah captures 10th successive global title

    London : British athletics legend Mo Farah won his 10th successive global title, winning the 10,000 metres world crown at the London Stadium where he won Olympic gold in 2012.

  • Muslim women send rakhis to PM Modi and CM Yogi

    Lucknow : Although the festival of Raksha Bandhan is special for every brother and sister, but this time it’s even more special for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.