Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Stop use of BoPV of Biomed, says Union Health ministry

    A chaos like situation prevailed among the immunization and health officials across the nation when the Union Health Ministry ordered to stop use of biavalent oral polio vaccines (BoPV) manufactured by Boimed Pvt Ltd on Monday night. The health officials received mail from Deputy Commissioner, Universal Immunization Programme, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Dr Pradeep Haldar at 9:30 pm on Monday for stopping usage of BoPV in universal immunization programme manufactured by

  • Uttar Pradesh: Heavy rains continue over the last 24-hours, claimed several lives

    Lucknow: Heavy rains battered Uttar Pradesh over the last 24-hours and claimed several lives, an official said on Friday. The rains will continue for the next 48-hours but with a lower intensity, the Met said. According to the government official, nine persons, including four children, died in the Brij region, comprising of Mainpuri, Mathura and Agra.

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    Ghaziabad madrasa cleric arrested in minor girl rape case

    New Delhi: A 34-year-old cleric of a madrasa at Ghaziabad, where a minor girl was allegedly raped by a juvenile after being kidnapped from east Delhi’s Ghazipur, was arrested on Friday.

  • Delhi Metro steel girder falls in Ghaziabad, few injured

    New Delhi: A steel girder of the Delhi Metro today fell in Ghaziabad’s Mohan Nagar area, injuring a few people, a DMRC official said. “As per initial information, it appears that a steel girder, which was erected for constructing a footover bridge at Mohan Nagar, fell. Few injuries have been reported. However, we are still verifying the details,” a Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) spokesperson said. “The Chief Project Manager and General

  • Hindi news channel journalist shot, seriously injured in Ghaziabad

    Ghaziabad: A journalist working with Sahara Samay Hindi news channel was on Sunday shot at and seriously injured at his residence in Ghaziabad, police said. He is shifted to intensive care unit (ICU) on Monday as his condition continues to be critical.

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    Ghaziabad: CM Yogi Adityanath inaugurates 10.30 km elevated road

    Ghaziabad: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today inaugurated a 10.30-km-long elevated road, touted to be the longest of its kind in the country, connecting UP Gate and Rajnagar Extension here. Built at a cost of Rs 1,147 crore, the six-lane elevated road is supported on 227 pillars.

  • Uttar Pradesh: Miscreants throw acid on 24-year-old woman in Ghaziabad

    Ghaziabad: Two bike-borne miscreants threw acid on a 24-year-old woman at the Mohan Nagar trisection here today, the police said. Besides the woman, who is an employee of the Punjab National Bank (PNB) in its Shastri Nagar Colony branch, five others also sustained burn injuries in the acid attack and all of them were rushed to a nearby hospital, they added.

  • Over 100 booked in Ghaziabad for rioting over ‘love jihad’ marriage

    Ghaziabad : Over 100 workers of the BJP and other Hindu outfits, including a dozen-odd leader, were booked in Ghaziabad on the charge of clashing with police and rioting over the marriage of a Hindu woman with a Muslim man, police said on Saturday.

  • Delhi inhaling toxins, air quality to worsen further

    New Delhi : With at least six areas witnessing “severe-plus or emergency” and “severe” category of air quality on Monday, the national capital is set to inhale more toxins in next three days due to unfavourable changes in weather conditions and the stubble burning that continues unabated in Delhi-NCR itself, reports IANS.

  • C’garh sex tape: Bajaj surfaces, remains evasive

    Raipur : BJP leader Prakash Bajaj, the narrator of the Chhattisgarh sex tape who was “missing” for the past nine days, surfaced on Sunday and spoke to the police and media. He, however, sounded evasive.

  • Free after four years, Talwars get warm welcome at home

    Rajesh and Nupur Talwar arrive at their residence in Noida on Monday after they were released from Dasna jail following their acquittal in the twin murder case of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj.’