Free Press Journal
  • Shiv Sharma: Promoting humour, the Malwi way

    Ujjain : In today’s mechanical life, people seem to have forgotten the real essence of humour.  It seems forced and imposed as people are getting busier than ever before in their lives. However, Dr Shiv Sharma, chairman of “Akhil Bhartiya Tepa Sammelan” ensures that old reminiscences of vintage humour remain alive in the psyche of the common man. Each year he organises a “Tepa Sammelan” to save the last bastion of classic

  • Anticipatory bail plea of minister’s son gets rejected

    Bhagalpur (Bihar) : A Bhagalpur court on Saturday rejected the anticipatory bail plea of Union minister and BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Choubey’s son Arijit Shashwat, facing arrest in a case relating to communal clashes in the district. Additional District and Sessions Judge Kumud Ranjan turned down the bail plea filed by the 38-year-old Shashwat. The court pronounced a one-line order that Shashwat’s plea is rejected, his lawyer Viresh Kumar Mishra told PTI.

  • Young Mohammedan, GM Police in semi-finals

    Mumbai : Greater Mumbai Police SC and Young Mohammedan Cricket Club stromed into semi-final round of the 69thNawab Salar Jung Invitation T20 Cricket Tournament, which is being organised by the Islam Gymkhana under the auspices of the Mumbai Cricket Association.

  • UN blacklists dozens of ships and  businesses over N Korea smuggling

    United Nations : The UN Security Council on Saturday blacklisted 27 ships, 21 companies and a businessman for helping North Korea circumvent sanctions, keeping the pressure on Pyongyang despite its recent diplomatic opening to talks, a diplomat said.

  • Indian squash team leaves for CWG

    Chennai : A nine-member Indian squash team, led by Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal Karthik, left for Gold Coast on Saturday to participate in the Commonwealth Games to be held from April 4-15.

  • Legal aid camp held for elderly persons

    BIAORA- RAJGARH : A legal awareness camp was organised for elderly people of the city. Judge Devendra Solanki and Faruq Ahmad Siddiqui, district legal aid officer, were the chief guests at the camp.
    Judge Devendra Solanki said an act was made for the welfare of parents and senior citizens in 2007, under which old age homes are set up. Any elderly person can file a petition in any tribunal or appeal tribunal demanding

  • Mumbai’s Textile Museum to describe life of mill workers via light and sound show

    Mumbai : The mega ambitious project ‘Textile museum’, which will document, archive, and represent Mumbai’s textile history will describe the life of the city’s mill workers through light and sound show. The official stated around the entrace of the mill compound there is a lake in which the light and sound show will be created, also, a music fountain will be at atop of the lake. The museum will be made at

  • WhatsApp never cooperates in criminal cases: Police

    A senior Mumbai police officer told FPJ that WhatsApp never cooperates the investigating agency. “They claim that they do not keep data with them. It is not possible that they cannot keep the data log because the log automatically gets collected if a data hits server. And after sometime, the data gets override with the new log,” the officer said.

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    Shakti Mills juvenile rape convict arrested once again

    This is the third time that Akash Jadhav (22), who was convicted on the charges of gang-raping a photo-journalist at Shakti Mills in August 2013, has been arrested for a criminal offence after completing his sentence at Nashik. A drunk Jadhav along with his accomplices beat up a waiter at Dhobi Ghat.

  • SBTC wants blood donation camps at city’s rly stations

    Mumbai : Though the government is keeping no stone unturned to tackle the shortage of blood in summers, the State Blood Transfusion Council (SBTC) issued a circular seeking central and western railways to organise blood donation drive at each station so that there should be no shortage of blood in case of emergency.

  • CR to hold 3 mega blocks on Sunday

    Mumbai: The Central Railway (CR) has planned three mega blocks on Sunday. The first block will be at Bhandup station to ensure work begins on the girders for constructing a foot overbridge. There will be one block each on the Central Line and the Harbour Line to carry out maintenance work.