Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Congress workers engaged in display of strength at rly station

    Bhopal: Much to their annoyance, the passengers at the Bhopal main railway station had to bear the high decibel sloganeering as the Congress party activists shouted slogans in favour of their leaders here on Monday.  Presence of hundreds of Congress workers and their high voltage sloganeering led to commotion at the railway station. Amidst deafening slogan shouting, the passengers had tough time as they tried to make their way through overcrowded platform.

  • Thane: Shiv Sena continues attack on ally BJP over inflation and fuel price rise

    Thane: Shiv Sena leaders and workers took to the streets in Thane shouting slogans against rising inflation and rising prices of essential goods and fuel on Monday. The protest against the inflation started from the central office of Shivsena at Thane’s Talaopali and reached the Collector’s office and a letter of demands was given to Deputy Collector Vandana Suryvanshi.

  • Bill to levy 50% or 85% on black money passed

    New Delhi : Amid chaos and the Opposition’s slogans to stop “50:50 deal with black money hoarders,” the Lok Sabha on Tuesday passed a major Taxation Law (second amendment) Bill without a debate after an unprecedented rejection of amendments by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on the ground of not getting the required President’s approval and citing urgency to pass the post-demonatisation law to impose tax on deposits made in scrapped Rs 500 and Rs

  • ABVP files complaint against JNU’s associate Dean

    New Delhi : Upping its ante against the JNU administration, the ABVP on Sunday lodged two police complaints against the varsity’s associate dean for giving permission to the controversial Afzal Guru event and professor Nivedita Menon for her alleged remarks justifying pro-azadi slogans on Kashmir.

  • Jamia students among those spotted in video?

    New Delhi: Amid a raging row at JNU over an event during which anti-national slogans were allegedly raised, a group of Jamia students have claimed that a few of the students spotted in a video are from their university and the administration should help identify them.

  • JNU row: New video emerges of the event 

    New Delhi : A new video of the February 9 event on JNU campus surfaced on Monday, which shows the varsity’s students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar as a part of a crowd in which some people are purportedly raising anti- India slogans.

  • Slogans raised during candlelight vigil at Ryan International

    New Delhi: The family members of students of the Ryan International School in Vasant Kunj observed a candlelight vigil in front of the school here today to express their solidarity with six-year-old Divyansh Kakrora, who was found dead in a septic tank of the school on Saturday.

  • Slogans

    Slogans cannot replace thinking, Prime Minister Nehru is reported to have told a Nepali audience. The observation is unexceptionable. The Prime Minister particularly referred to “ism”atic slogans related to Marxism and Communism. These isms were children of a bygone age with its own brand of misery and privation.

  • Trees being sliced down by municipality

    Khargone : The administration of the city, that is seen raising slogans of keeping the city green, has now turned into the destroyer of the greenery of the city. It may be noted that on Saturday, a contractor was cutting down a giant Neem tree, in broad daylight at Balajipuram. When the local residents informed about the issue to the media persons, they arrived on the spot and asked the contractor about