Free Press Journal
  • SONIA’S ANSWER TO BJP’S ‘CONGress-MUKT BHARAT’

    New Delhi : Former Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Saturday exhorted Congress members to take a pledge for struggle and sacrifices as an answer to BJP’s call for “Congress-Mukt Bharat” (India free of Congress) to usher in India free of fear (bhay), arrogance (ahankar) and revenge (pratishodh). She also wanted a “Pakshpat-mukt Bharat) and a “Hahakar-mukt Bharat) in which every Indian can live with dignity.

  • ‘Dept showing step motherly attitude towards in-service faculties’

    Secretary of MPMTA, Dr Rokade said that the medical education department had been showing step motherly attitude towards the in-service faculties. “On the one hand, while they were not allowing any faculty to pursue the super specialty courses and have even stopped salaries of three faculties who had gone to study the courses, on the other they are favouring the super specialty degree holders in the recruitment,” he wondered. “Salaries of Dr

  • Donate plastic and help educate a child

     Mumbai : Left with too much plastic at house? No need to throw it away. Contact Modern Education Social and Cultural Organization (Mesco) and they will collect it from any part of the city from your doorstep. The proceeds generated from selling the plastic to recyclers will be used to educate sponsorship of economically backward students.

  • Forces can cross border to protect country: Rajnath

    New Delhi : Blasting Pakistan for giving political legitimacy to terror mastermind Hafiz Saeed, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said security forces can cross over the Line of Control, if needed, to protect country’s territorial integrity.

  • It is perform or perish for Karthik

    Colombo : Dinesh Karthik is aware that non-performance may result in him going off the radar but the wicket-keeper batsman says he would rather “embrace” the pressure rather than run away from it.

  • PWD minister Rampal’s ‘bahu’ ends life

    Bhopal : In a tragic incident, alleged daughter-in-law of state PWD minister Rampal Singh, Priti Raghuvanshi committed suicide by hanging self at her parents’ home in Udaipura, Raisen district on Friday night.

  • Youth succumbs to burns

    Indore : A youth, who was admitted in the hospital after he set himself on fire in front of a girl’s residence, died during treatment on Saturday. According to police, the deceased, identified as 23-year-old Pravin Dwawar of Police Line, immolated self in front of a girl’s house in Samajwad Indira Nagar area a week ago whom he used to love. During the incident, the girl also received burns while trying to

  • Pride at stake for Indian Eves in 3rd ODI against Oz

    Vadodara : The series already lost, India women would look to salvage some pride when they take on mighty Australia in the third and final game of the series, a part of the ICC Women ODI Championship, here today.

  • No-trust motion: No threat to Modi govt, says Min

    Bengaluru : Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ananth Kumar on Saturday ruled out any threat to the Narendra Modi-led government in the wake of a no-confidence motion moved against it by TDP, saying that the NDA enjoyed confidence “inside and outside” Parliament.

  • MVM students to go on hunger strike

    BHOPAL : The students of Motilal Vigyan Mahavidyalay have threatened to launch an indefinite hunger strike from Monday. The students alleged that college administration denied permission of auditorium for a programme they have planned to organise on death anniversary of Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh.

  • BMC demolishes goons’ illegal properties

    BHOPAL : The action against habitual offenders took a new turn when on Saturday teams of Bhopal police and Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) demolished their illegal properties.

  • Autonomy for Punjab unit was sought from CM Kejriwal, claims AAP MLA

    Chandigarh : The state and national unit of the party should function in an autonomous manner, Punjab AAP MLA Kanwar Sandhu said on Saturday, adding that he had written a letter to the leadership in this regard in December last year.

  • H’bad or Rajkot may host first ever D/N Test

    New Delhi : Either Hyderabad or Rajkot may host India’s maiden day-night Test match when the West Indies will arrive for a tour, later this year.

  • India world’s biggest arms importer, despite slowdown under BJP: Report 

    United Nations : India is the world’s biggest importer of weapons, accounting for 12 per cent of global purchases during the past five years because it is not able to produce enough arms to meet its requirements, according to the authoritative Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). India’s imports rose 24 per cent during the past five calendar years, 2013-17, compared to the previous five-year period, 2008-12, according to a SIPRI study

  • Fire in 3 factories, goods worth lakhs gutted

    Indore : Fire broke out in three factories on Sanwer Road area destroying goods worth lakhs of rupees on Friday night. Three two-wheelers were also damaged in the fire. However, no casualty was reporter during the incident.

  • Amitabh Bachchan rails against 60 year copyright rule, calls it ‘rubbish’

    My inheritance be mine… His (father Harivansh Rai Bachchan) writings be his, his heir be me, his writings be mine… Mine. I shall not and will not allow its dilution to general public… I bring my inherited aesthetics to its creativity… It may be the worst ever… But it is my copyright.