Free Press Journal
  • Qaeda declares war on us diplomats

    Al-Qaeda in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb also praises the killing of the US envoy in Libya on Sept 11

  • Salman, the ‘tiger’ among Bollywood taxpayers, pays Rs 8 crore

    Mumbai : After a string of Rs 100 crore plus grossing films capped by his latest blockbuster ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, actor Salman Khan has emerged as the highest taxpayer in Bollywood forking out Rs eight crore for the September quarter.

  • Globe Trotting

    World’s most expensive dress valued at 3.5m pounds unveiled

  • Fast-track lanes at Heathrow for rich Indians?

    London :  After facing embarrassment over long delays at immigration at Heathrow before the Olympics, Britain is working on plans for fast-track passport lanes for high-value individuals from India and other countries to convey the message that London is “open for business”.  Brian Moore, the head of UK Border Force, told the Home Affairs Select Committee on Tuesday that his officials were working on the plans for high-value business individuals not only

  • Major drop in Indian docs coming to UK

    London : A large number of Indian doctors have trained and worked in the UK over the decades, but latest figures show that their numbers have dropped sharply, reflecting tighter immigration controls and better career choices in India, a report said today. A report released by the General Medical Council (GMC) on Tuesday revealed that India continued to provide the largest number of overseas doctors, but the number has reduced considerably from

  • Lurking danger: Harry moved to secure location

    London : Prince Harry, known as Captain Wales in the British military, was moved under guard to a secure location during the recent attack by Taliban on Camp Bastion in Afghanistan in which two US marines were killed, according to Defence secretary Philip Hammond.

  • Now, $25 mn bounty on Assad

    Moscow:  The rebel Free Syrian Army (FSA) has offered a $25 million reward for the capture – dead or alive – of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Turkey’s Anadolu news agency reported on Tuesday. FSA commander Ahmed Hijazi said the money will be paid by supporters as well as by “Syrian businessmen working both at

  • European Union bans ‘naked’ airport body scanners

    London : The controversial ‘naked’ airport body scanners, which created a furore worldwide over health and privacy concerns, have failed in getting the European Union’s nod. Experts feared the ‘naked’ body scanners, which use X-ray technology to show up hidden explosives or weapons, could emit harmful levels of cancer-causing radiation.

  • City gears up to welcome Lord Ganesha today

    Ujjain: City seemed to be fully prepared to welcome Lord of Wisdom Shree Ganesha here on Wednesday. The 10- day festival will be celebrated with full devotion and fervour in the city. (more…)

  • Bhopal gas tragedy German firm refuses to dispose of toxic waste

    New Delhi : German firm has refused to remove 350 tonnes of toxic waste from Bhopal gas disaster site for disposal in Germany, claiming the soil was contaminated with insecticides and that the waste was not related to the world’s worst industrial accident.

  • WilKat carried on thrones

    Funafuti (Tuvalu): Britain’s Prince William and wife Catherine were carried on thrones after arriving in remote Tuvalu on Tuesday.  Nearly half the population of 10,500 turned out to greet the future king and his wife.  Throughout the day, ferries packed with excited people from distant atolls arrived in the Tuvalu capital Funafuti, much of which had been freshly painted for the royal visit. When William and Catherine stepped off their private jet

  • Topless Kate pics banned from future publication!

    London : After days of furore, a French court today blocked the future publication of topless photos of Prince William’s wife Kate Middleton sunbathing while on a holiday and asked ‘Closer’ magazine to hand over the original pictures to the royal couple within 24 hours. The court injunction came after William and Kate, both 30, took legal action against the French magazine for selling and distributing the images.

  • Topless Kate pics banned from future publication!

    London : After days of furore, a French court today blocked the future publication of topless photos of Prince William’s wife Kate Middleton sunbathing while on a holiday and asked ‘Closer’ magazine to hand over the original pictures to the royal couple within 24 hours. The court injunction came after William and Kate, both 30, took legal action against the French magazine for selling and distributing the images.

  • DC reviews renovation work of temples

    Ujjain: Divisional Commissioner (DC) AK Pandey here on Tuesday reviewed renovation works of five temples ofUjjainand Ghattia constituencies along with collector BM Sharma and other administrative officials. DC, Collector, architect and  other officials will visit temples to give final touch to master plan for renovation of five temples here on September 26 at11 am. (more…)

  • Your Day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- There could be a happy occasion in your family which may bring it together and give it a chance to interact. You can improve your luck by reducing stress and increasing your efforts.

  • Snake scare: Man jumps off two-wheeler

    UJJAIN: A man jumped off his two-wheeler after noticing a snake in its dickey. Santosh Mehre, a resident of Dipalay,was driving his Scooty (MP13 A 6683)and when he reached near Chamunda Mata square, he notice a snake coming out from Scooty’s dickey. (more…)

  • India’s tryst with Mars begins in November 2013

    Bangalore: India’s tryst with Mars will begin in November 2013 to explore the red planet’s atmosphere and search for life-sustaining elements, a top space official said late Monday. “We are scheduling to launch the Mars mission Nov 27, 2013 when the red planet will be closer to the earth for injecting our spacecraft into its elliptical orbit,” Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K. Radhakrishnan told reporters here.

  • Pm did not keep didi in the dark

    Weeks before the big-ticket reforms, Manmohan had called up Mamata to inform her about FDI in retail, but she did not receive the call