Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: MP bans interstate horse purchase without proper checkups

    Bhopal: To check the spread of contagious Glanders, Animal Husbandry ministry has banned the purchase of horses from other states without proper checkups in MP. Minister for Animal Husbandry Antar Singh Arya said, “To check the spread of contagious Glanders disease. We do not have any other option but to ban the purchasing the animals without their health check -ups. ”

  • Bhopal: Aam Aadmi feels the heat of rising fuel price

    Bhopal: Spiralling fuel prices touching fresh record levels has come as a major blow to people. Middle class households are facing the pinch of price rise as it has disrupted the domestic budget. Just ahead of the Karnataka polls, the prices of petrol and diesel had remained stagnant at around Rs 80 plus for almost 20 days, and post elections the fuel prices shy rocketed.

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    OMG! WWE wrestler Paige’s sex tape with Brad Maddox leaked

    Former WWE wrestler Paige’s new sex tape has got leaked in which she has seen performing sex acts with WWE wrestler Brad Maddox. As per reports of Ringside News, apart from Brad Maddox, Xavier Woods and a third, unidentified man are also a part of that sex clip. Shockingly, this sex clip has been circulating online.

  • Sensex down 61 points in opening trade

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex slipped almost 61 points in opening trade today on heavy selling in metals, realty energy and auto stocks amid sustained capital outflows by foreign funds.

  • Rohingya militants massacred nearly 100 Hindus: Report

    Naypyidaw: Members of a Rohingya militant group allegedly massacred as many as 99 people, including women and children, in Hindu villages in Myanmar’s Rakhine state in 2017, according to a new Amnesty International report.

  • Bhopal: Public bore wells are now property of a few

    Bhopal: To cater to the water requirement in the areas which were sans pipelines, the municipal body had dug up several public bore wells, however, to no one’s surprise, many of these have fallen into private hands.

  • Petrol price can be cut by Rs 25 per litre: P Chidambaram

    New Delhi: Congress leader and former Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Wednesday criticised the Centre for the fuel price hike and claimed that the rate can be reduced by Rs 25 per litre but the government is not doing it.

  • 3 Years of Tanu Weds Manu Returns: R Madhavan poses with Aanand L Rai on the sets of Shah Rukh Khan starrer Zero

    It has been three years since Kangana Ranaut and R Madhavan’s romantic comedy, Tanu Weds Manu Returns released and was a superhit. The film not only had a good storyline for a sequel but also had amazing chemistry between the two actors. Now, three years later, R Madhavan has reunited with filmmaker Aanand L Rai for Shah Rukh Khan starrer Zero.

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    Thane NCP protests against rising fuel prices

    Thane: Thane Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) wing protested against the rising prices of fuel on Tuesday. The protesters had a funeral ride on the streets of the city where they towed a cart on which an a motorbike was kept as corpse and an activist walked ahead of it carrying the earthen pitcher.

  • Manchester attack: City remembers arena bomb attack victims

    Manchester : About 3,500 choir singers have come together to lead a chorus of amateur voices for a mass sing-along as Manchester marked the first anniversary of the arena bomb attack that killed 22 people.

  • Five takeaways from Chennai Super Kings’ marvelous win over Sunrisers Hyderabad

    Chennai Super Kings (CSK) defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) by 2 wickets yesterday in first qualifiers match at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. CSK defeated the SRH in a hard fought match which saw no batsman from both the teams being able to bat easily. Batting first, SRH could not bat well and was able to make only 139 runs. CSK also faced a lot of difficulties as its top order batsmen lost their

  • Mumbai: E-catering starts at 23 major Western Railway stations

    MUMBAI: Western Railway (WR) on Tuesday launched the e-catering facility at 23 major stations on its network enabling passengers to order food of their choice from a wide range of restaurants and food chains while on move. “Our passengers can avail IRCTC’s e-catering services at 23 major stations of WR.