Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Decision on new state BJP chief after assembly bypolls

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has saved the post of state BJP president of Nandkumar Singh Chouhan on the pretext that by-elections are to be held in Mungawali and Kolaras and any change in leadership may affect the poll prospects.

  • Hafiz-Muhammad-Saeed

    Pakistan bans Hafiz Saeed’s charity outfits JuD, FIF from collecting donations

    Islamabad: In a crackdown, possibly spurred by the US move to turn off the aid flow, the Pakistan government has banned Hafiz Saeed’s so-called charities from collecting donations. The move came even as a media report said the Pakistan government plans to seize control of all charitable outfits and financial assets linked to the 26/11 Mumbai attacks mastermind.

  • Bhopal: 19-yr-old ends life, names two for ‘misbehaving’ in suicide note

    Bhopal: Police have arrested two youths in connection with a suicide of a 19-year-old girl at Saikheda in Betul district. The girl hanged herself to death at her residence on intervening night of December 31-January 1. Police have recovered a two-page suicide note and arrested two youths whose names have been mentioned in it. Meanwhile initial reports have pointed at gangrape, however, the police is still to confirm it. No case was

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills fire: Police yet to send samples of debris for forensic testing

    Mumbai: The exact cause of the massive fire at Kamala Mills is yet to be ascertained, thanks to Mumbai police who are yet to send the samples of the debris for forensic testing. Only a forensic investigation of the charred remains can give a clue to the cause of the blaze: whether it was a bartender’s antics with fire, the smouldering coal used in hookahs, or a mere short circuit?

  • Bhopal: New Year celebrations: 180 revellers challaned for drunken driving

    Bhopal: The New Year celebrations saw traffic police keeping a strict vigil on the city streets as round 180 revellers were challaned and their vehicles impounded for drunken driving on Sunday night. Challans were issued against 500 motorist for rash driving and breaking traffic rules on New Year’s eve. Most of the challans were made in New Bhopal area those indulging in drunken or rash driving were mostly students.

  • Bhopal: CM wants power supply @ Rs 200, energy dept half prepared

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan may have announced electricity rates for rural consumers keeping in view the assembly elections to be held in the state this year, but it will not be easy for state energy department to execute it.

  • Bhopal: PM’s announcement is political stunt: Muslims

    Bhopal: Local Muslims have criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement in Maan Ki Baat broadcast on December 31 that a policy has been made wherein Muslim women above 45 years can go to Haj without their male guardians or Mahram. They said PM said nothing new because most women are already going for Haj without Mahram.

  • Kali, The Cosmic Power-i

    I want to describe her using the words of Sri Ramakrishna :  ‘The majesty of her posture can hardly be described. It combines the terror of destruction with the reassurance of motherly tenderness, for she is the cosmic power, the totality of the universe, a glorious harmony of the pairs of opposites. She deals out death, as she creates and preserves. She has three eyes, the third being the eye of Divine

  • Maiden title for Vidarbha

    Underdogs in giant-killing spree trounce Delhi to win Ranji Final

  • Use vernacular language in science communication: Modi

    Kolkata : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday pitched for using vernacular languages in promoting science communication in a “big way” to develop “love of science” among the youth, saying language should not be a barrier but a facilitator.

  • For me Ranji triumph as big as representing Team India, says Fazal

    Rajneesh Gurbani, who became only the second bowler to claim a hat-trick in a Ranji Trophy final, was named the Man of the Match.  He gave the credit of their win to Chandrakant Pandit and bowling coach Subroto Banerjee

  • Fringe Tamil outfit opposes Rajinikanth’s political entry

    Chennai : Citing Rajinikanth’s non-Tamil roots, a fringe outfit has opposed the superstar’s entry into politics, saying “only sons of the soil” should govern Tamil Nadu, reports PTI.

  • MI set to retain Rohit, Pandya bros; Pant and Iyer likely for DD

    “Skipper Rohit Sharma is an automatic retention having led the team to three IPL titles. Hardik Pandya is one of the big match-winners and the interesting third retention would be Krunal Pandya,” a senior BCCI official in the know of things said on Monday.

  • ‘India to link all posts along Sino-India border by roads’

    Nelong Valley (U’khand), : The Centre has undertaken a special project to connect all the border posts along the Sino-India frontier with roads, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday as he reviewed the operational preparedness of a forward ITBP unit here.

  • Sharapova, Halep open 2018 season with victory

    Shenzhen : Maria Sharapova and top-ranked Simona Halep opened the 2018 season on a victorious note scoring straight-set wins at the Shenzhen Open on Monday.

  • Buy only coloured tracks, insists Min

    NEW DELHI: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has insisted upon the Indian Railways to buy only the coloured tracks in a global tender being issued for 7 lakh tonnes of the rail lines.

  • ECB approves Ben Stokes’ participation in the IPL

    London : The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has allowed all-rounder Ben Stokes to take part in the Indian Premier League even though uncertainty remains over his international comeback in the wake of his involvement in a pub brawl.

  • Nuclear button always on my desk, warns Kim

    Kim saying North and South Korea must improve their relations and his readiness to have talks is also seen as softening of stand