Free Press Journal
  • Man killed during theft attempt

    Jabalpur : A man, who entered the college premises with an intention of committing theft, was killed after he reportedly fell down from the walls of the institution. It is believed that he slipped down while attempting to climb the wall and sustained deep injuries.

  • Gogalgaon Jal Satyagrahis refuse medical treatment

    Khandwa : The farmers on Jal-Satyagrah have strongly refused to give up on their protests. Even on the 12th day of the protest, the protestors seem to have cent percent determination.

  • Indian-origin millionaire caught shoplifting in UK

    London :  An Indian-origin millionaire director of a company in Britain was caught in a supermarket hiding in his bag meat and wine worth 200 pounds (about $300), and has been awarded by a court 12 months’ community service for shoplifting, media reported on Wednesday.

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    Rajapaksa’s brother arrested for misappropriation of funds

    Colombo :  The youngest brother of former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa was arrested on a charge of misappropriating hundreds of thousands of dollars in public funds, a day after he returned from the US.

  • Gang of electric pump thieves busted

    Mandsaur : Five accused have been arrested for stealing the electric motors from the farms. It may be noted that from the past few days, motor thefts were on rise in Shamgarh village as many farmers have complaint about it.

  • AAP: Of, by and for Arvind Kejriwal

    The purge in the Aam Aadmi Party is complete. The forcible eviction of conscientious objectors, Prashant Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav, Prof. Anand Kumar and Ajit Jha, without assigning any reasons, has made it a one-man outfit. The writ of Arvind Kejriwal alone will run in the party. Ironically, the party was founded on the heady principles of ‘swaraj’, accountability and internal democracy. There is no place left for principled politics. Kejriwal’s pursuit of

  • Sunshine bank customers get their money back

    Mandsaur : After the alleged fraud came to fore on Monday, the Sunshine bank remained closed. However, in a dramatic incident, took place on Tuesday, the customers who lodged the complaints to police submitted an affidavit that they have got back their money thus they don’t want to take any action. After this affidavit, police released the two bank employees, who had been arrested for interrogation.

  • Drone on Abe’s office roof

    Tokyo :  A small drone was found on the roof of the Japanese prime minister’s office today, apparently having been flown there, local media said. Staff at the official residence — known as “the Kantei” — discovered the 50-centimetre craft on top of the five-storey structure in central Tokyo around mid-morning, major broadcasters reported.

  • Opinion

    Sitaram Yechury just might be life of the party

    The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has perhaps passed through its darkest chapter under Prakash Karat, with its share dipping to a mere nine seats across India in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, from a peak of 43 in 2004. There could hardly have been the manifestation of a greater failure than under Karat’s decade-long stewardship of the party.

  • India likely to become VP of China floated AIIB

    New Delhi :  India is likely to get the Vice President’s post in China-backed Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in which India and 56 countries have been admitted as founding members.

  • Opinion

    Make it a decade of manufacturing

    The government’s manufacturing focus is evident. On the recent three-country foreign visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the ‘Make in India’ campaign received a fillip. India was also the partner country at Hannover Messe, described as the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology. However, sceptics immediately pointed out India’s decision to buy 36 Rafale fighters from France raises concerns over ‘Make in India.’ It led to questioning the validity of the

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    Bioprinted eyes may give you perfect vision

    London :  An Italian company is developing 3D bioprinted eyes that can one day replace human eyes to give the wearer sharp vision and even transmit what they have seen wirelessly, reports PTI.

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    Varun was nervous about Prabhudeva

    For someone who has loved dancing and followed it as closely as Varun Dhawan has, looking up to Prabhudeva and his achievements seems like a normal course. Varun who will be sharing not only frame but also the dance floor with Prabhudeva in his upcoming film ABCD2, said he was extremely nervous to be dancing in a film which would see Prabhudeva shaking a leg.

  • Biocon files prospectus for Syngene IPO to raise Rs 600 cr

    New Delhi :  Biotechnology major Biocon on Wednesday filed prospectus with market regulator SEBI for the initial public offer of its research arm Syngene through which aims to raise around Rs.600 cr that will be used to fund its R&D programmes.

  • Sesa Sterlite renamed as Vedanta Ltd

    New Delhi: Metals and mining conglomerate Sesa Sterlite on Wednesday said it has changed its name to Vedanta Ltd to better align with its international identity – Vedanta Resources.

  • Shraddha’s love for ANDAZ APNA APNA

    Every daughter admires her father’s body of work, so it is hardly a surprise that Shraddha has a set of her father’s work that she likes a lot, amongst them is Aamir Khan – Salman Khan starrer ‘Andaz Apna Apna’!

  • Side effects of drugs affect women more

    London :  The reason why women in general are more sensitive than men to adverse effects of drugs could be due to the different ways the drugs affect males and females at cellular levels, says a new research, reports IANS.

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    iPhone users can now make calls on WhatsApp

    New York :  The popular mobile messaging service WhatsApp has finally updated its iPhone iOS app with a free voice calling feature, reports IANS.

  • Touts using HM’s fake letterhead to secure railway ticket arrested

    Mumbai :  Touts who until now fudged the IRCTC website to issue e-tickets have now resorted to using fraudulent letterheads of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and other Cabinet Ministers to get confirmed tickets through railways emergency quota.