Free Press Journal
  • Lukewarm response to Bharat Bandh in West Bengal

    Kolkata: The nationwide shutdown called by the Congress and Left parties against the fuel price hike on Monday evoked lukewarm response in West Bengal, with vehicular traffic remaining near normal. The ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) had previously opposed the strike and said the state government would take every possible step to ensure that the public life remains unaffected. In Kolkata, most of the shops and markets remained open while the city’s metro service functioned normally.

  • RSP will decide if Fadnavis or Uddhav would be next CM: Jankar

    Shirdi (Maha): Rashtriya Samaj Paksha (RSP) chief Mahadev Jankar today exuded confidence that his party would win “at least 25 seats” in the next Maharashtra Assembly elections and claimed it will decide whether Devendra Fadnavis or Uddhav Thackeray would be the next Chief Minister.

  • Project Veerangana of RSP: Epitomising Women’s Empowerment

    Rourkela: Few years ago it was unknown for women working on the shop floor of a Steel Plant doing tasks that were the monopoly of men. The scenario, however, has changed now for the women employees of the Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) with more and more women employees voluntarily opting to take up challenging roles of Frontline Operations.

  • Walk and talk is the way to go

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has just come out of a gruelling Budget session of the state legislature. Both, his aggressive ruling partner and the opposition, made sure he had his hands full at the recently concluded session.