Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: DeMO-hit people still have faith in PM: Giriraj Singh

    Bhopal: Admitting that demonetisation has caused distress to common people, Union minister Giriraj Singh, however, maintained that people have faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his goals and policies.

  • Bhopal: 2-year jail for Congress spokesman in CM defamation case

    Bhopal: A special court here has convicted Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee chief spokesperson K K Mishra in a defamation case filed by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Additional District Judge Kashinath Singh ordered two years of imprisonment to Mishra and imposed a fine of Rs 25,000 on him. Mishra has been granted bail.

  • Bhopal: Changing demographic profile threat to nationalism: Giriraj Singh

    Bhopal: Indian nationalism is facing a new threat due to changing demographic profile of the country, said Union MSME Minister Giriraj Singh here on Thursday. Addressing a seminar on ‘Rashtrawad Ke Sankalp Se Nav Bharat Ki Siddhi’, he claimed that in the country 54 districts have witnessed marked increase in the population of Muslim community and they are creating trouble for other communities.

  • Bhopal: Congress workers lay siege to police station

    Bhopal: Up in arms over the construction of Nathuram Godse temple in Gwalior, the Congress party workers on Thursday laid siege to Habibganj police station demanding FIR against the members of Hindu Mahasabha. The Congress is demanding that Mahasabha office-bearers be tried for treason for constructing temple of Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin.

  • Maharashtra: Narayan Rane likely to withdraw his name from MLC bypoll

    Mumbai: With fear of horse-trading and probable combined force of the Congress, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Shiv Sena against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supported candidate, Narayan Rane, the former chief minister is likely to withdraw his name from the race of candidate to elect as member of Legislative Council (MLC).

  • BJP made 52 sex CDs of Patidar leaders: PAAS

    Gandhinagar : Soon after the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) on Thursday charged the BJP with unleashing a calumny campaign against their leadership and hit back with a CD of their own urging supporters to wrench such elements from the roots and consign them to oblivion in the forthcoming elections, the Gujarat government moved to extend an olive branch to the agitating Patidars.

  • Farooq Abdullah doing free advocacy for Pakistan: BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah is doing free advocacy for Pakistan.

  • Bhopal: Fearing Chitrakoot repeat, BJP gets cracking to secure Mungaoli, Kolaras

    Bhopal: Shaken by its humiliating defeat in Chitrakoot assembly bye-elections, the state BJP unit has started preparing for the impending bye-elections in Mungaoli and Kolaras constituencies in right earnest. The government is trying its best to ensure that the bye-polls are not held. However, keeping in mind the possibility of the Election Commission not agreeing to it, it has also launched preparations for the polls.

  • Bhopal: Godse temple in Gwalior kicks up political storm

    Bhopal: Nathuram Godse temple, constructed by Hindu Mahasabha in Gwalior has kicked up a political row. Irked over temple in memory of Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin, the Congress has demanded that Mahasabha office-bearers be tried for treason. For once, the saffron party has joined its bête noire in condemning Mahasabha’s decision.

  • 8 Political Sex Scandals and their devastating effects that you’ve probably forgotten about!

    Politics and sex had an deadly mix and have an old relationship in India as well. Recently, A young politician Hardik Patel was involved in a sex scandal, a video surfaced on internet where a man is relaxing in a compromising position with a unidentified woman on a bed in a hotel room on May 16, 2017. While Hardik accused the BJP of playing a “dirty politics”. He also added, “Just a

  • Bhopal: Clarify stand on Asiatic lions: SC tells Gujarat, MoEF

    Bhopal: The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked Gujarat government and Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) to clear its stand regarding the non-compliance of its previous order for translocation of Asiatic lions from Gir (Gujarat) to Kuno Palpur in MP’s Sheopur district, located 140 kilometres from Gwalior.

  • Bhopal: Narmada sand up for sale in Shiv-raj

    Bhopal: The BJP-led state government, which left no stone unturned to exalt the status of Narmada river as a divine mother, took a U-turn on Tuesday.