Free Press Journal
  • Michelle Rodriguez

    Michelle Rodriguez hails Cara Delevingne’s decision to come out

    Los Angeles: “Fast & Furious” star Michelle Rodriguez has welcomed supermodel Cara Delevingne’s decision to open up about her sexuality. In a recent interview to Vogue, Delevingne revealed that she was in she was in love with singer Annie Clark (aka St Vincent). When asked about Delevingne’s interview, the 36-year-old actress, who is rumoured to have dated the British model in the past, said it was beautiful for the star to open up about it.

  • Hillary Duff

    Hilary Duff wants to go on a girl-only vacation

    Los Angeles: Singer-actress Hilary Duff wants to go on a vacation to Greece and Thailand with a “group of girlfriends”. Duff, 27, is eager to go on a relaxing trip with her female friends to get over her split from estranged husband Mike Comrie, with whom she has three-year-old son Luca, reported Us Magazine. “I want to take my little nugget on vacation. I need a big-girl vacation too. I am dying to go to Greece and Thailand with my girlfriends,” the former Disney

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    Islamic State claims responsibility for Tunisia, Kuwait terror attacks

    London: The Islamic State terrorist group on Saturday claimed responsibility for a massacre in a Tunisian seaside resort that killed nearly 40 people, most of them British tourists. Dozens more were wounded after a man pulled a gun from inside a beach umbrella and opened fire on crowds of tourists at the five-star Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the popular Mediterranean resort of Port el Kantaoui.

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    Rihanna parties in brassiere, hot pants

    Los Angeles: Singer Rihanna took her body confidence to a new level by stepping out in just her brassiere and denim hot pants. The 27-year-old flaunted her assets as she made her way towards a nightclub in West Hollywood on Thursday night, reports dailymail.co.uk. Turning heads as she passed by, the “Umbrella” hitmaker displayed no qualms in flashing flesh in her daring ensemble which also complimented her Egyptian goddess tattoo. She completed her look with

  • BRICS Bank

    BRICS bank to be operational by end of 2015

    Johannesburg: The emerging market BRICS nations will have their own development bank by the end of the year, South Africa said today. “The New Development Bank is expected to be operational by end of 2015,” the South African finance ministry said in a statement that announced the nomination of South African banker Leslie Maasdorp as vice president of the bank and parliamentary ratification of two treaties concerning the lender.

  • Syria Kobane Attack

    IS kills 164 civilians in assault on Syria’s Kobane

    Beirut: The Islamic State group killed 164 civilians in its offensive on the Kurdish town of Kobane, in what a monitor has called one of the jihadists’ “worst massacres” in Syria. The killing spree, which took place mostly inside Kobane itself, was widely seen as vengeance for a series of defeats inflicted on the jihadists by Kurdish militia in recent weeks. At least 120 civilians were killed in a 24-hour rampage on Kobane, and another 26 were executed in a nearby village, the Syrian

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    Kuwait arrests suspects as IS bombing hits Shiite mosque

    Kuwait City: An Islamic State suicide bomber struck a Shiite mosque in the Kuwaiti capital during Friday prayers, killing 27 people as the Gulf state declared an “all-out confrontation” with terrorism. Health Minister Ali al-Obaidi told Kuwait Television the number of dead had risen to 27 in addition to 227 wounded in the first ever suicide attack on Shiite mosques in the oil-rich emirate. The toll in the attack, carried out in the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, is one of the largest

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    Israel urges French Jews to flee after factory attack

    Jerusalem: An Israeli minister today urged French Jews to flee to the Jewish state after a suspected Islamist attacked a factory near Lyon and pinned a severed head to the gates. “I call on the Jews of France – come home! Anti-Semitism is rising, terror is increasing,” immigration minister Zeev Elkin, a member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rightwing Likud party said in a statement.

  • High-voltage India-Pak clash ends with 2-2 scoreline

    Antwerp (Belgium) : Ramandeep Singh scored two fine goals as the showpiece sub-continental hockey encounter between archrivals India and Pakistan ended in a thrilling 2-2 draw in the World League Semifinals at the KHC Dragons Stadium on Friday.

  • Afridi bats for under-fire Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Kolkata : MS Dhoni may have faced lot of flak for his team’s embarrassing ODI series defeat against Bangladesh but Pakistan T20 captain Shahid Afridi is “not happy” in the manner the Indian ODI skipper was being targeted.

  • Activists of ABVP, APP clash at DAVV

    Indore : Activists of ABVP and APP on Friday exchanged kicks and fits when the former objected to hanging a poster of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal near the main entrance of DAVV Khandwa Road campus. Both AAP and ABVP activists had come to provide guidance to students coming to participate in CET counselling.

  • Health dept to act against quacks

    Indore : In the wake of regular complaints about quacks active in the city duping poor residents, the District Health Department has decided to take tough action against such persons. These fake doctors are practising without requisite medical degree and licence.

  • Jr docs, MYH admn lock horns

    Indore : MGM Medical College administration and Junior Doctors Association (JDA) came face to face on Friday when the former gave deadline to the protesting doctors to return for work and the latter rejected it outright.

  • Digital India Week at DAVV from July 1

    Indore : The University Grants Commission has directed the DAVV and others universities in the country to take part in Digital India Week (DIW) to be launched from July 1 for delivering message of ‘Digital India’ to citizens and to showcase government’s initiatives in the area of e-governance.

  • Man held for pushing woman from 2nd floor

    Indore : Rajendra Nagar Police, on Friday arrested a man who was forcing a married woman to live with him and upon refusal, pushed her off the terrace of his house, causing injuries to her.

  • Man claims receiving threats for objecting to Kero’s bail

    Indore : Hemant Kumar Vishwakarma, who objected to the bail plea of tainted MiC member Suraj Kero leading to deferment of hearing in High Court, on Friday alleged that he has received threats from the BJP leader’s family.

  • DSP Traffic faces hail of queries from students, but satisfies them

    Indore : What action is taken against red light violators? Why no action is taken against cops? What is No Parking Zone and what action police take against the violators? These were some of the questions were asked by students of a school on Friday during an interaction with DSP (Traffic) Vikram Singh Raghuvanshi.

  • BA 6th sem results out

    Indore : After witnessing a serious of protests by students, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya has finally started rolling out UG final semester exams results from Friday. The DAVV declared the results of BA final semester exams on Friday and announced to release the results of BSc and BCom in a day or two.

  • Varsities to implement ‘credit’ but not ‘choice’

    BHOPAL : The State universities, on Friday, took the decision to implement credit system in a phased manner in all courses of higher education but not based on students’ choice, as prescribed by the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development.

  • Bhajan singer dies as college bus hits scooter

    BHOPAL : A man died while another was injured when the scooter they were riding on was hit by a college bus attached to Rukmani Devi Institute of Science and Technology (RDIST), Salaiya Road, Misrod, near 12 number in Arera colony on Friday at around 5 pm.