Free Press Journal
  • Mamata blames Rahul, Left for BJP surge

    Kolkata : Accusing the Congress of total negligence in contesting the Tripura Assembly elections, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said she had approached Congress President Rahul Gandhi for alliance but was not listened to.

  • Europe threatens US bikes, bourbon and Levi’s jeans Trump trade tariffs

    Brussels : Europe has warned US President Donald Trump to expect retaliatory strikes against American icons like Harley-Davidson, Levis jeans and Kentucky bourbon if he sparks a trade war by going ahead with the proposed tariffs on foreign steel.


    A Holi celebration programme was recently organised by Royal Womaniya Group at city hotel. Guests were welcomed by Neetu Saluja following which the group members celebrated Holi and organised various.

  • Rang Barse Season-2

    Rang Barse Season-2 was organised by Kids Club House for celebrating Holi at Rajbaagh Garden on Friday. The celebrations included ecofriendly colours along with selfie zones and kids zones. Food and other arrangements were organised by Rangla Punjab group. Various games like tambola, bumper draw and dance programmes were organised as well.

  • Ambulance services resume in state

    BHOPAL : Integrated emergency service “Ambulance 108” has limped back to normalcy in Madhya Pradesh. Most of the ambulances have returned to normal operations. The 108 ambulance service is operated Ziqitza Healthcare Limited (ZHL) in 51 districts of the state.

  • Sachin wins but India lose to Russia in WSB clash

    19-year-old Sachin (pic), competing in his maiden WSB bout, gave India a fine start as he defeated Russian debutant Dorzho Radnaev with a terrific come-from-behind performance in the light flyweight (49kg) category. Sachin rallied after losing the first two rounds to stun the local favourite in a split 2-1 verdict, out-punching him in the last three rounds.

  • SSC scam: Cong too seeks CBI probe

    The students came on street when the SSC cancelled an examination slated on February 17 because of the leakage of the question paper.

  • Five killed, over 90,000 left without power in US storm

    New York :  At least five people have been killed and over 90,000 households left without electricity as powerful storm continued to pound the US East Coast on Saturday with drenching rain.

  • Cash-rich City’s stability leaves Chelsea playing catchup

    Manchester : Premier League champions Chelsea travel to Manchester City on Sunday 22 points adrift of the side destined to take their crown and fighting just to salvage a place in the top four.

  • Delhi AIIMS: Faculty lift falls from second floor, five injured

    NEW DELHI: At least five people were injured when an elevator at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here malfunctioned and crashed to the ground from the second floor on Saturday morning, an official said, reports IANS.

  • Table fan next to charcoal caused Kamala Mills fire

    Mumbai : The Mumbai police in the Kamala mills fire chargesheet has stated that a fan switched on next to the area where charcoal was being burnt for hookahs at Mojo’s Bistro pub caused the fire.

  • ‘Majority of N Koreans against N-Programme’

    Seoul (South Korea) : A majority of North Koreans are against their country’s nuclear weapon programme, saying that it is not a source of national pride and prosperity, according to a survey done by the US-based think tank. The survey, which was conducted through individual conversations with 50 North Korean citizens last year, found that 43 of the respondents were highly negative on the nuclear development in North Korea, according to Beyond Parallel,

  • Films on cadet, Shastri to be screened

    BHOPAL: Film Division of India will screen films, ‘Rashtriya Indian Military College’ and ‘The Search for Peace’ at open theatre on Sunday evening.

  • BJP starts yatra against K’taka govt’s ‘anti-Hindu’ policies

    Bengaluru : The BJP on Saturday launched a four-day yatra in communally-sensitive coastal and Malnad regions of Karnataka, aiming to create awareness about the “anti-Hindu” policies of the Congress government in the state.

  • Drugs worth over Rs 32 lakh, revolver seized in Thane

    Thane : Thane police have seized 15.700 kg drugs and revolver along with bullets in two different cases. In the first case, the anti-extortion cell have seized drugs worth over Rs 32 lakh and arrested three persons at Kausa in Mumbra. Acting on a tip-off, the anti-extortion cell chief Pradeep Sharma laid a trap near Mumbra railway station and arrested the trio with the drugs. They have seized 15.700 kg of charas

  • India and US ‘encircled’ Pakistan: Hafiz Saeed

    Lahore : United Nations-designated global terrorist and 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed has claimed that India is using Afghan soil against Pakistan, resulting in the United States’ decision to suspend military aid to the country.

  • Beauty parlour owner ends life

    Indore : A beauty parlour owner committed suicide by hanging self from ceiling of her house in Tilak Nagar area on Saturday. No suicide note was recovered from spot.