Free Press Journal
  • Surat: 3 held for attempting to derail train

    Surat: Three people were arrested in Surat on Monday for attempting to derail the Pune-Ahmedabad Ahimsa Express in December 2017. The trio has been identified as Babla, Biranj and Balram.

  • SC showing tilt towards idealism: Justice Gogoi

    Ahmedabad : The Supreme Court has tilted more towards “idealism” in the recent years, compared to “realism” in the past, due to the socio-political and economic changes taking place in the country, a senior judge of the apex court said on Saturday.

  • 15 Congress MLAs suspended, 50 others walkout from Guj Assembly

    Ahmedabad : Gujarat Assembly Speaker Rajendra Trivedi on Wednesday suspended around 15 Congress MLAs for a day after they sat in the well and shouted slogans against the ruling BJP over VAT being charged on fuel by the state government.

  • Viral video! Women accuse police of slapping them and not registering case against eve teaser in Gujarat

    A video is going viral on social media in which a group of girls have alleged that policemen were misbehaving and have not taken their complaints. The viral video is from Naroda, Ahmedabad. A group of girls tried to complain against eve teaser but the accuse was set free after police allegedly took Rs 3000 as bribe from eve teaser and set him free and registered FIR against a man who spoke

  • Humans of Indore: Living happily on cusp of hope and despair

    Indore: Every problems turn into an experience and lesson, when one continues to fight the battle without giving up hope. With her persistent efforts in living well, 55-year-old homemaker Manju Jhawar battled a special type of blood cancer while managing her family obligations and finances.

  • Dalit protests across Guj, Jignesh Mevani detained

    Ahmedabad : Dalit leader and Gujarat lawmaker Jignesh Mevani was detained by  police here on Sunday along with nearly 100 others while staging demonstrations in protest against death of Dalit activist Bhanubhai Vankar.

  • Renting furniture is a good option for ones who are continuously moving residency

    Moving cities or a change to match your taste, some things are worth spending for as Pritha Banerjee discovers more and more people are opting to rent furniture than owning them

    Does your job expect you to move from city to city? Or you just love the change of place. But why to spend extra on movers to carry furniture that you might not need for a long run? So that,

  • Cong rues dented India’s image on another R-day

    New Delhi : The Congress on Thursday rued on poor image of India being presented to the world on this Republic Day, with Rahul Gandhi blaming the ruling BJP for its use of hatred and violence “setting our entire country on fire.”

  • Padmaavat row: 16 arrested for vandalising Ahmedabad mall

    New Delhi: At least 16 people have been arrested by the police from Gujarat’s Ahmedabad on Tuesday, after a frenzied mob went on a rampage outside Himalaya Mall in the city to protest against the release of ‘Padmaavat’. The police took an immediate action and managed the situation. “16 people have been arrested and their interrogation is underway. The CCTV footage will be examined and more arrests will be made”, confirmed a

  • Interested in ‘cow tourism’? Visit Gujarat

    Ahmedabad : While Asiatic lions remain one of the biggest tourist attractions in Gujarat, the humble cow is set to become the newest draw for travellers in the state.

  • Modi, Netanyahu hold grand roadshow in Guj

    Ahmedabad : Benjamin Netanyahu became the first prime minister of Israel to come to India and Gujarat on Wednesday as he visited the Sabarmati ashram here and along with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi expressed optimism of embarking on a new era of enhanced mutual cooperation between their two countries.

  • Togadia says there is a bid to muzzle his voice 

    Gandhinagar : Why is top VHP leader Pravin Togadia fearful for his life in BJP-ruled Gujarat? This million-rupee puzzle is defying an answer as the sequence of events unfolding over the last two days indicate something is amiss in the saffron brotherhood.

  • VHP leader Pravin Togadia’s health stable: Doctor

    Ahmedabad: The condition of VHP international working president Pravin Togadia was stable, a day after he was found in an unconscious state at a park in the city, a doctor attending him said today. Senior officials of the Crime Branch went to the hospital this morning where Togadia is admitted to enquire about the incident. The VHP leader, a Z-plus category protectee, went “missing” yesterday morning after stepping out of the VHP headquarters