Free Press Journal
  • Summit Sidelights

    Selfies To Jackets, It’s Modi All Over 

  • John Kerry

    Vibrant Gujarat Global

    GANDHINAGAR : Four core areas-economic cooperation, civil nuclear cooperation, defence and maritime security will form the main agenda of discussion between  Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the US President Barrack Obama during his forthcoming visit to the country, according to John Kerry, US Secretary of State. Talking to the media, Kerry who is attending the Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit said here on Monday that besides these base areas, terrorism, piracy and proliferation of

  • Investors Commit Rs 25 Lakh Crore

    Gandhinagar : The Seventh Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2015 concluded  here on Monday with the announcement that over 21,000 MoUs have been signed by Indian and international investors, pledging investments to the tune of Rs 25 lakh crore.

  • At Vibrant Gujarat, Bhutan, Macedonia Pms Pitch Own Offers

    Gandhinagar : In terms of investment, they had little or virtually nothing to offer – either to Gujarat or to India. But the prime ministers of two countries, Bhutan and Macedonia, shared space with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the seventh edition of the Vibrant Gujarat summit to pitch for investments for their countries.

  • 3,944 stray dogs sterilised in last four months of 2014

    Indore : On an average, 32 dogs were being sterilised in last four months of 2014.  The Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) gave this information on an affidavit to the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, which is hearing a PIL over increased number of dog bite cases.

  • BJP Gets Big Jolt In UP Cantt Panel Polls

    Lucknow  : The BJP on Monday  suffered a big jolt in the Cantonment Board polls in Uttar Pradesh when all the candidates supported by it in Varanasi–Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary constituency–and Lucknow lost while winning just one in Agra and coming second in Bareilly and Mathura.

  • Brief

    Dilip Kumar’s Pak Home To Become A Museum               

  • France Deploys 10,000 Troops To Protect About 700 Jewish Schools

    Paris : France will deploy nearly 10,000 security forces and police to protect the 700 Jewish schools in the country, as Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Monday that the gunman who attacked a kosher supermarket probably had an accomplice, AFP reports.

  • Mass Surya Namaskar held

    Indore : The Mass Surya Namsakar was held across the state here on Monday. In all government and private schools, Surya Namaskar began at 11 am. UAD Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya was the chief guest of the programme. MLA Usha Thakur was present.

  • Cuba Frees All Political Prisoners

    Washington : The Cuban government has freed all 53 of its political prisoners, as part of its normalisation deal with the United States, a senior US administration official said on Monday, AFP reports.

  • Gunman’s Video Raises Questions Of Affiliations

    Paris  : Two days after his death, a video has emerged of one of the Paris gunmen pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group, while his two fellow militants have claimed to be from al-Qaida, a fiercely rival extremist organisation, AP reports.

  • Golden Globes

    ‘Boyhood’, ‘Budapest’ Big Winners

  • Five Killed In Nigeria Blasts

    Abuja : At least five people were killed and 21 others injured when two explosions ripped through a market in northeastern Nigeria on Sunday, security officials said.

  • Forensic expert seeks security at mortuary

    Indore : The only forensic expert in the District Hospital, Dr Bharat Vajpayee, on Monday informed the Civil Surgeon that he would quit from the post if the hospital administration did not provide security at the mortuary.

  • Chinese Police Kills 6 Suicide Bombers

    Beijing : Six militants suspected to be suicide bombers were killed on Monday by police in China’s volatile violence-torn Xinjiang province, which is in the grip of attacks staged by the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, PTI reports.

  • Children Back To Taliban-Hit School After Winter Break

    Peshawar : Traumatised students of an army- run school here hit by Pakistan’s worst terror attack returned to school as thousands of educational institutions reopened on Monday across the country after an unusually long winter break, extended for 12 days due to threat of militants, PTI reports.

  • Indian-Americans Find Visa Services A Nightmare

    Washington  : A mid-level Pentagon official applied for a tourist visa at the Indian Embassy here a few years ago to visit some of the famous destinations in India, but had no idea the visa process would turn out to be a year- long nightmare for him.

  • Cairo Bath House Men Acquitted

    Cairo : Twenty-six Egyptian gays were acquitted on Monday by a court here for inciting debauchery in a Cairo bath house, in a case that triggered global outcry, PTI reports.

  • Police ‘insensitive’ comes to fore again

    Indore : The city police seem to be insensitive to public plight and an example of their insensitivity was amply evident on Sunday night when a patrol party from one police station, instead of taking a seriously injured youth to hospital, took him to another police station.