Free Press Journal
  • Adhyayan Suman to launch debut single

    Mumbai: Actor Adhyayan Suman is launching his debut single in the tenth year since his father Shekhar Suman unveiled his pop songs album “Kuch Khwaab Aise” in 2007.

  • Bhopal: CM to be feted for death-for-rape bill

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will be felicitated at a function on December 14 for the passage of the bill, which provides for death sentence for rape or gang rape with girls up to 12 years of age. Though the bill will become a law only after President assents to it, the BJP is all set to leverage it for wooing women voters.

  • Bhopal: Mandi Board suspends 2 ASIs for govt food grain pilferage

    Bhopal: Mandi Board on Friday suspended its two assistant sub inspectors (ASIs) in connection with supply of government food grains to private sellers. These food grains were meant for Public Distribution System (PDS) outlets but were found in private godowns.  According to information, ASIs Vinod Bhargava and Indramani Dwivedi have been suspended for dereliction of duty. Earlier, MP Food and Civil Supplies Corporation had suspended its district manager P K Tiwari and

  • Bhopal: Ajay Singh urges PM to institute probe into RERA, PDS scams

    Bhopal: The leader of opposition in the state assembly Ajay Singh has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to institute a probe by a retired Supreme Court judge into RERA and PDS scams that have taken place in Madhya Pradesh.

  • BJP has turned leaders like Sardar Patel into ‘product’: Rahul Gandhi

    Anand: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has accused the BJP of turning leaders such as Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose into “product”. Gandhi yesterday addressed a campaign meeting in Anand town in central Gujarat which is historically associated with Patel, a stalwart of freedom struggle and the country’s first home minister.

  • Bhopal: Govt employees flout traffic norms, cops issue 94 challans

    Bhopal: The traffic police on Friday made challans of 94 vehicles belonging to government employees for flouting traffic norms. In a special drive, the traffic police issued challans to the vehicle owners/ drivers near police control room between 10 am to 12 noon.

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    Mumbai: Heavy fog catches city by surprise, train services severely hit; see pics

    Mumbai: Since early morning, Mumbaikars are witnessing heavy fog in the city. However, this heavy fog is now directly affecting road transport as well as rail transport. Reportedly, due to this heavy fog in Mumbai and its regions, Central railway trains are running late. Apparently, since morning, Central railway trains are delayed, trains are at a halt near Asangaon Railway station. Thus, in this peak hour, working people are facing problems to reach the

  • Dia Mirza turns 36: Stunning ramp walk pictures of Bollywood’s style diva

    Miss Asia Pacific and gorgeous Bollywood actress Dia Mirza turns 36 today. She made her debut from the film, “Love Breakups Zindagi”, but she got noticed from the romantic film ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’ along with R Madhavan, who was popularly known as ‘Maddy’. If we talks about her martial life, Dia Mirza got engaged to her long-time business partner Sahil Sangha in April 2014 and got married in a Hindu

  • Mani Shankar Aiyar’s indiscretion: A boon for the BJP

    The Congress may have put up a sanctimonious act by suspending the intemperate and indiscreet party leader Mani Shankar Aiyar from the primary membership of the party for calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi a ‘neech kism ka aadmi’ (a vile man) but clearly the reason was not any sense of outrage but the urgency to save the fortunes of the party in poll-bound Gujarat. To now take the high moral ground and

  • Why has doctor-patient trust eroded?

    Doctor-patient relationship is a pious one, based on trust and faith. That is why a patient feels better going to a certain doctor; but the same medicines given by another doctor may not lead to the same improvement. In routine cases, the patients wait for long without complaining so that they can meet the doctor they trust. This relationship is important because it is a question of one’s own body or of

  • Obama takes off where Hamid Ansari left

    One wonders if Barack Obama’s comments about Indian Muslims were influenced by what Hamid Ansari said in Bangalore three and a half months ago. But, then, the former US president had made similar remarks when he visited India in 2015 before the former vice-president had revealed his anxieties. Mr Obama had then emphasized, both publicly and during his private meetings with Narendra Modi, the need for religious tolerance and the right to

  • Gujarat polls: Security beefed up for first phase

    Gandhinagar: As the first phase of Gujarat assembly election is about to begin, the security has been beefed up to maintain law and order across the state. Over 1,74,000 police personnel have been deployed with security apparatus on highest alert to ensure smooth conduct of the voting process today.

  • Mumbai: MSRTC’s Shivshahi now available for marriages and other public functions

    Mumbai: Commuters can now travel in Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation’s (MSRTC) air conditioned Shivshahi buses for wedding functions starting Friday onwards. A circular issued by Transport Minister Divakar Raote has now paved the way for those interested to rent these air-conditioned luxury buses are lesser than the market rates.

  • Pope Francis wants to tweak the Lord’s Prayer

    Vatican: The Pope has revealed he wants to change the Lord’s Prayer as he thinks the current version implies that God pushes people toward sin. He said the line “lead us not into temptation”, memorised by hundreds of millions of Christians for centuries, is based on a flawed translation.

  • Love-Jihad Murder: Thousands turn up for funeral of hacked labourer in Kolkata

    Kolkata: Thousands of people converged at Saiydpur village in West Bengal’s Malda on Friday evening for the funeral of Mohammed Afrajul, the 50-year-old labourer who was hacked and burnt to death in Rajasthan His body arrived at his village by road from Rajasthan around 6:30 pm in a wooden casket. Policemen were posted in the village, over 300 km from Kolkata, since afternoon, led by the superintendent of police and the district

  • Mumbai: ‘Bol-Bachchan’ gang dupes senior citizen of gold chain in Bhayandar

    Bhayandar: After a brief lull, the notorious Bol-Bachchan (glib talkers) gang struck again in Bhayandar early on Thursday morning. A 65-year-old man was relieved of his  gold ornaments worth more than Rs 40,000 by three miscreants in Bhayandar (west) at around 5:30 am on Thursday.

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    Actress Malini Kapoor blessed with son

    Mumbai: Actress Malini Kapoor has given birth to her first child – a boy. She and husband Ajay Sharma, also an actor, became parents on Tuesday.