Free Press Journal
  • Aditya Roy Kapur

    Feels ‘you’ve arrived’: Aditya as Manish Malhotra’s showstopper

    New Delhi: Aditya Roy Kapur’s presence on the Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers India Couture Week (ICW) ramp was met with a loud cheer. Flaunting a heavily embroidered gold sherwani, the actor said walking for Bollywood’s favourite designer Manish Malhotra almost feels like “you’ve arrived”.

  • Alia Bhatt

    I’m a clumsy human being: Alia Bhatt

    New Delhi: Bollywood’s young star Alia Bhatt put up a confident front while walking a three-ramp set-up in a lehenga as heavy as over 20 kg, for ace designer Manish Malhotra’s show at the Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers India Couture Week. She said she was nervous as she’s usually clumsy.

  • Gunmen kill 21 soldiers in Egypt desert

    Cairo: At least 21 Egyptian soldiers were killed, and four injured late Saturday in an attack by “an armed group” in the country’s western desert, an Egyptian military spokesperson said.

  • Top Odisha Maoist sent to 10-day police remand

    Bhubaneswar : A court in Odisha Saturday granted the police a 10-day remand of top Maoist Sabyasachi Panda, a day after his arrest, a defence lawyer said.

  • Jayalalithaa

    Set up AIIMS in Tamil Nadu: Jayalalithaa

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa has urged Prime Minster Narendra Modi to set up an All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in the state this fiscal.

  • mamata banerjee

    Mamata terms Shyam group episode ‘small matter’, ‘propaganda’

    Kolkata: Days after a leading industrial group complained of threats and extortion demands by criminals allegedly affiliated to the ruling Trinamool Congress, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Saturday termed the matter as “one sided propaganda and canard”.

  • MH 17 crashes

    MH17 twist: Black boxes not found, says rebel leader

    Kiev/Moscow/Kuala Lumpur: A pro-Russian militia leader Saturday claimed that the black boxes of the Malaysian jetliner that crashed in Ukraine have not been found even as Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor agreed on a “thorough and impartial investigation” into the horrific tragedy.

  • Indigenous push to Defence purchases

    Procurement proposals worth over 21Kcr get nod and okays project for production of transport aircraft which is open only to Indian private sector

  • I want it in writing, cried Nitin’s wife

    Mumbai :  Shubhangi Yevlekar, widow of firemen Nitin Yevlekar, who had refused to take possession of his body until her demands for adequate compensation and a Government job were met, relented after getting a firm assurance in this regard from civic officials on Saturday.

  • Akhilesh Yadav

    Akhilesh wakes up to Nirbhaya-like rape and murder

    Lucknow :  Amidst all-round outrage over the brutal gang rape and murder of a woman in Lucknow on Thursday, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday met state”s Governor Aziz Qureshi apparently to brief him about the investigation in the case so far.

  • But for a distress call, nitin could have been saved

    Mumbai :  The distress call of a woman trapped in a lift on the 16th floor of the Lotus Business Park caused too much exhaustion and time wastage of rescue team that perhaps would have reached in time to save Nitin Yevlekar’s life, stated Deputy Fire Officer Nesarekar. The fire brigade officers received a call about the woman being trapped in one of the two lifts which was stuck on the 16

  • Jayalalithaa

    Now, Sanskrit raises the hackles of Jaya, Vaiko!

    Chennai :  B arely weeks after the Modi Government went on the backfoot on the ”Hindi in Official Communication” issue due to opposition from Tamil Nadu, it has been put on the defensive yet again and this time on Sanskrit.

  • MH 17 crash

    Even Ukraine puts Onus on Russians

    Kiev/Kuala Lumpur :  On Saturday, Ukraine claimed it has “compelling evidence” that Russian crew operated the missile system that downed a Malaysian jet with 298 people on board and accused Moscow of helping rebels in trying to destroy evidence.

  • Water crisis leads Muni Nagar residents to block road

    Ujjain : Irked over the lackadaisical approach of Ujjain Municipal Commissioner (UMC), around 200 female residents of Muni Nagar symbolically blocked the road in front of the bungalow of Commissioner Municipal Corporation (CMC) Vivek Kshotriya on Saturday. Residents got angry as they were not supplied tap water for the last five days.

  • Water crisis at Mahakal Mandir

    Ujjain : Devotees carrying their heartfelt wishes remain thirsty when they come to visit Mahakaleshwar Temple these days. Problem of water crisis is prevalent at the temple as they do not find water to drink at the premises. Due to the low pressure water supply, water tanks remain unfilled and they are unable to fulfill the requirement of drinking water of devotees.

  • Group clash over tree felling

    Ujjain : Tension prevailed here after violent clashes between two groups over the chopping of an old banyan tree near Siddhvat under Bhairavgarh police circle on Saturday.  Parmanand Sharma and his son Anand were allegedly injured by Bhairushankar Chaturvedi and his son Surendra. The clash started after one party interfered in chopping of an old banyan tree in the area. A case was registered at Bhairavgarh police in this regard.

  • CM hosts Roza Iftar party, invites city Muslims

    Ujjain : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan hosted a Roza Iftar party at his official residence on Saturday.  More than 200 fasting Muslims from the city attended the party. Ramzan is a favorable time to woo Muslim community and various party leaders organise such parties. The holy month of Ramzan provides all of us with an occasion to forget bitterness, if any, among ourselves and strengthen the bond of friendship and brotherhood