Free Press Journal
  • PIO in S Africa kills cousin in argument over remote control

    Johannesberg : A South African Indian-origin man has been charged with murder for allegedly shooting dead his cousin during a heated argument over a TV remote control, police said. The unemployed 47-year-old man who was not named because of a pending psychological evaluation, murdered his cousin Rooksana Cassim, 42 .

  • City mourns former PM Vajpayee

    Ujjain : The city mourned former prime minister, scribe and poet Atal Bihari Vajpayee on Friday. Local unit of the Bhartiya Janata Party and several social organisations organised the condolence meetings and paid tributes to the departed soul.

  • Month-long, countrywide agitation plan to expose Modi govt: Congress

    New Delhi : The Congress on Saturday decided to launch a month-long, countrywide agitation to expose the Modi government on its alleged corruption and scams including the Rafale fighter jet deal in which it has demanded an investigation by a joint parliamentary committee (JPC).

  • Indian artillery guns finally a reality

    India, after a 20-yr delay in indigenous production, has two types of guns produced in the country, which are in the final stages of being handed over to the army.

  • US govt still holds 565 immigrant kids

    Washington : The US government continues to hold 565 illegal immigrant children in custody, three weeks after a court deadline to reunite them with parents or guardians, a court filing showed.

  • Sabarimala entry for women & floods linked, says RSS ideologue

    Kochi : Even as the rest of India is in a mad scramble to come to the assistance of flood-ravaged Kerala, there are those who have sought to find the cause and have pointed skyward, not meteorologically, but metaphorically speaking, to indicate that the gods are displeased.

  • Mega, jumbo block on WR, CR today

    Mumbai: A jumbo block and a mega block will be conducted on Sunday on the Western line, Central line and Harbour line on Sunday.

  • SP Atulkar grabs first rank

    Ujjain : Superintendent of Police Sachin Atulkar has secured first rank in a survey of most competent officers of India police service. With of his effective, viable and dynamic working style he has made topped the nationwide survey and made the city proud with his achievement. The survey was conducted identify most competent police officers. In the survey Patna was declared most unsafe city while Sagar was declared the safest city of

  • Turkey to defy eco threats

    Istanbul : Turkey’s President has said his country will stand strong against an “attempted economic coup” amid heightened tensions with the US.

  • Collector visits polling booths in Tarana constituency

    Ujjain : Collector and District Electoral Officer Manish Singh visited urban and rural areas of Tarana assembly constituency on Saturday. He inspected electoral list work at polling booths in the constituency.