Free Press Journal
  • Cong hope rests on inquiry panel on impeachment

    New Delhi : The Opposition has the numerical strength neither in Rajya Sabha nor in the Lok Sabha to get its Friday’s impeachment motion passed against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, but the Congress is banking on the report of the inquiry committee to be constituted by Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu to vet the charges.

  • Bhuvi credits experience, better fitness for improvement

    Mumbai : Bhuvneshwar Kumar has become a vital cog in the wheel for whichever team he plays, and the India and Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer says experience and superior fitness have made him an improved bowler.

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    Will halt nuclear tests: KIM

    Seoul : North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he would halt nuclear tests and intercontinental missile launches, in a Saturday announcement welcomed by US President Donald Trump ahead of a much-anticipated summit between the two men.

  • Rlys to extend ‘Give it up’ scheme to all categories

    As part of its campaign to encourage people in these categories to give up their subsidy, even if in parts, the railways will send each senior citizen, who gave up their subsidy, a personalised letter by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal.

  • Cong promotes dynasty, we promote development: Shah

    Rae Bareli : Accusing the Congress of pursuing politics of dynasty and conspiracy, BJP President Amit Shah demanded on Saturday that its President, Rahul Gandhi, apologise for the “saffron terror” remarks against his party.

  • Pakistan is China’s client state: US report

    Washington DC : China’s recent decision to provide Pakistan with the military version of Beidou, its hi-tech ballistic missile tracking and monitoring system, has once again certified a well known strategic view that Beijing uses Islamabad as the first choice exporting nation for testing its weaponry under supervision.

  • Commuters on CR face engine trouble

    Mumbai : It was a tough time for commuters travelling on Saturday afternoon as local train services on the Central line got disrupted after an engine jumped the red signal near Vidyavihar station. This is the second consecutive day that commuters had to face a problem as Harbourline services on Friday were affected due to a passenger agitation near Govandi.

  • Settle tax dues, mayor appeals to residents

    Indore : Lok Adalat will be organised under the directives of National Legal Services Authority (NLSA) at Indore Municipal Corporation head office, zonal offices  on Sunday from 10 am.

  • Class XI student commits suicide by jumping into Kshipra river

    Ujjain : A 11th class student committed suicide by jumping into river Kshipra from Narsinh Ghat bridge here on Saturday morning. On getting information from sanitation workers, home guards and Kshipra Swimmers Club members fished out the body after two hours and sent it to the district hospital where the deceased’s father identified the body. Mahakal police station staff has taken up the matter for investigation.

  • Parents pledge support to their children

    BHOPAL : Parents of class twelfth students pledged to support their children in any situation and never to pressurise the children about anything in the life during a Parents Counseling organised by Model Higher Secondary School, Bhopal on Saturday.

  • Fletcher should get credit for Indian cricket’s smooth transition, says Kirsten

    New Delhi : Handling a transition phase for any successful unit is a challenge in itself and that’s why the Indian cricket team’s most successful former head coach, Gary Kirsten, feels that Duncan Fletcher played a “huge role” during his four-year tenure, which has now become a footnote.

  • Biennial polls for 6 seats of Legislative Council on May 21

    Mumbai: Election Commission of India announce biennial election for six posts in state legialative council from local authorities constituency. The election will be hold on May 21 and if necessary, counting will be hold on May 24. Anil Tatkare from Raigadu-Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg local constituency, Jayant Jadhav from Nasik, Meetesh Bhangdiya from Chandrapur-Gadchiroli-Wardha, A K Durrani from Parbhani- Hingoli, Pravin Pote from Amravati and Dilip Deshmukh from Latur-Osmanabad-Beed constituency will retire on May 31. The

  • Indian boxers will improve medals tally at Asiad: Vikas Krishan

    New Delhi : Praising his fellow boxers for their performance at the recently concluded Commonwealth Games, star pugilist and gold medal winner Vikas Krishan Yadav asserted that the Indian squad will improve their medal haul at the Asian Games later this year.

  • Yashwant cuts off ties with BJP

    Patna : Former union minister and senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha announced he was taking sanyas (retirement) from party politics and declared that he has severed all ties with BJP, which he had joined three decades back.

  • Health examination camp held

    Ujjain : Free health examination camp was jointly organised by CHL Hospital and Gujarati Mitra Mandal at CHL Hospital on Saturday. In the camp held from 11 am to 4 pm, tests of blood, sugar, all the stomach diseases, cosmetic surgery and general things were made besides giving consultation to people. Dr Anil Bhai Shah and special guest Dr DL Trivedi, Dr Rajesh Trivedi, Dr Dinesh Shah, Dr Kavita Trivedi, Dr Jitendra

  • Don’t sack my deputy, says US AG Sessions

    Washington : US Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned the White House that he may resign if President Donald Trump fired his deputy Rod J. Rosenstein, who is overseeing the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election.  Sessions told White House counsel Don McGahn in a phone call last weekend that he could leave the Justice Department in the event of Rosenstein’s ouster, the Washington Post reported on Friday.

  • Sikhs offer special prayers to check social ills

    Indore : The members of Sikh community organised mass prayer at LIG gurdwara on Saturday. After Baisakhi every year, the community holds special mass prayers at every gurdwara. The community members dedicated Saturday’s prayers to address rise in crime against women and other social ills prevailing in the country.

  • Pak plot to break India, says Rajnath

    Dadra Nagar Haveli : In a thinly-veiled reference to Pakistan, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the neighbouring country is conspiring to break India apart with the help of terrorism. Observing that the country continues to pursue terrorism, Singh said that some day, Pakistan would have to concede to the global pressure. Singh also said that Pakistan is making it difficult for India to maintain good relations even though India wants it.