Free Press Journal
  • What causes parking trouble during festivals?

    BHOPAL : One of the busiest markets in the city where residents from posh colonies like Arera Colony, Shahpura and surrounding areas visit for shopping is 10 Number Market.

  • Cow-vigilantes thrash 5; booked after meat found to be buffalo’s

    Faridabad : An auto-rickshaw driver and four of his friends were allegedly thrashed by a group of cow vigilantes on the suspicion that they were carrying beef on Friday, police said on Saturday. However, it emerged during the initial investigation that it was buffalo meat that Azad, the auto-rickshaw driver, and his friends were transporting, they said.

  • Kaskar, 2 aides remanded in judicial custody

    MUMBAI: Fugitive gangster Iqbal Kaskar and his aides Mumtaz Shaikh and Israr Ali Sayyad who have been arrested by the Thane crime branch have been remanded to judicial custody uptil October 23 and sent to Thane central jail after being produced at the Thane court on Saturday.

  • Election Commission is a toothless tiger, says Varun

    Hyderabad : BJP MP Varun Gandhi on Friday termed the Election Commission (EC) as a “toothless tiger.” “One of the biggest problems is of the Election Commission, which is really a toothless tiger,” Varun Gandhi said during a lecture at Nalsar Law University.

  • Mexico play out 0-0 draw with Chile, qualify for Round of 16

    Guwahati : Two-time champions Mexico played out a goal-less draw in a high-intensity Group F final game but that was enough for them to qualify for the knock-out stage of the FIFA U-17 World Cup here on Saturday.

  • Model who operated sex racket through WhatsApp held; two victims rescued

    Shweta Poddar, who has worked in the serial ‘Crime Patrol’, used to charge Rs 30,000 for one girl from her customer for three hours stay in the posh hotels of the city. She pushed the struggling models or actress into the racket by assuring them of a  break in the film industry.

  • Top LeT ultra shot in Kashmir encounter: Cops

    Srinagar : A top Lashkar-e-Taiba militant, Waseem Shah, believed to be the main architect of unrest last year in south Kashmir, was killed along with his accomplice in an encounter early on Saturday morning by security forces in Pulwama district, police said. Shah, 23, also known as ‘Abu Osama Bhai’ was killed at Litter area in Pulwama, a place considered to be a safe haven for militants. This is the first counter-insurgency

  • Manipuri players accorded warm welcome

    Imphal : Seven Manipuri players, who participated in the Under 17-FIFA World Cup, returned here on Saturday to a rousing reception.

  • Depressed over cancer, women empowerment officer ends life

    Neelam, posted in Dewas in women and child development department was under depression since she came to know about her ailment few days ago. Sources said that she was felicitated by CM for her excellent work in the department.

  • Temperamental differences no ground for divorce: HC

    “We find that the family court is justified in holding that the ground of separate residence claimed by the husband, as the basis for cruelty, was an afterthought and that he failed to prove that he was entitled to a decree of divorce.” Justice Amjad Sayed and Justice Manish Pitale .

  • Starting to develop much better ties with Pak: US

    Washington : US President Donald Trump has said that he has started to develop a much better relationship with Pakistan, a day after Pakistani forces rescued an American-Canadian family from the Haqqani terror network.      Trump had slammed Pakistan for its continued support to terrorist groups and warned Islamabad of consequences if it continues to do so while announcing his Afghan and South Asia policy in August. The president thanked  “Starting to