Free Press Journal
  • National level fencing player pushed off train, dies

    Mathura: A national level fencing player, Hoshiyar Singh, has died after being allegedly pushed off a moving train by Government Railway Police (GRP) personnel near Mathura. The altercation between Singh and GRP personnel broke out when the former entered the ladies’ coach of the train to meet his ailing wife. His father has alleged that the railway police told Singh to get off the ladies’ compartment or pay some money. Soon, the argument broke

  • Australian IS nurse faces prosecution on return to Sydney

    Canberra: An Australian nurse who has said he was forced by the Islamic State movement to work as a medic in Syria faces prosecution under counter terrorism laws when he returns to Sydney today, police said.

  • Barack Obama

    Barack Obama leaves US for Africa trip to Kenya, Ethiopia

    Washington: President Barack Obama has left the US for Kenya in a trip that will also include a stop in the Ethiopian capital and a visit to the home of the African Union. The landmark trip to Obama’s ancestral homeland of Kenya, where his father was born, is his first as president and is also the first time a sitting US president will visit Ethiopia and the AU’s headquarters in Addis Ababa. The first African-American president

  • Over 7 million jobs created in China

    Beijing: Over 7 million jobs were created in China’s urban areas in the first half of the year, authorities said on Friday.  The registered unemployment rate in urban areas stood at 4.04 percent by the end of June, edging down from the 4.05 percent in March, Xinhua news agency quoted the ministry of human resources and social security as saying. The government aims to create at least 10 million new jobs in

  • 2 dead in movie theater shooting, including gunman

    Lafayette (US): A gunman has opened fire at a movie theater in Lousiana, killing at least one person and injuring at least six others before shooting himself, officials said. The shooting took place late last night at the Grand Theatre in the city of Lafayette, said Clay Henry, vice
    president of operations for Acadian Ambulance.

  • Adil Shaikh

    Adil Shaikh: From background dancer to a choreographer 

    From being an assistant to choreographer Ahmed Khan for over a decade, few years back Adil was seen dancing on screen next to popular Bollywood actors. From dancing behind Salman Khan in MUJHSE SHAADI KAROGE to choreographing him in his latest project.

  • Sonakshi

    Sona gets emotional on the sets of reality singing show

    Sonakshi Sinha, who is currently judging the reality singing show Indian Idol Junior 2, has been enthralled by the performances of the kids on the show. The makers are celebrating Parents Day on the show and all the contestants were singing songs as a ode to their parents.

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    Bajrangi Bhaijaan crosses 150 Crores

    One of the most-awaited films of 2015, BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN, released last Friday. Ever since the release, the film has impressed audiences with its gripping story and powerful performances. BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN is the only film in the history of Bollywood to have earned 27.05 Crores on a non-holiday Monday.

  • Ishita Dutta

    Ishita Dutta talks about working on DRISHYAM 

    Tell us your experience of working with all the stalwarts
    I feel blessed to have got the opportunity to work with such big names in my very first film. Am thankful to my director Nishikant Kamath for having faith in me and casting me for this challenging role. Also it was a great banner to associate with, I could not have asked for anything more and it was a fantastic learning experience for me.

    Starting with

  • Sophie Chaudhry

    Showers & Style 

    The ever elegant SOPHIE CHOUDRY, actress, singer and former VJ by profession, shares tips with MARIE D’SOUZA on how to ensure your fashion quotient doesn’t get washed out in the rains!

  • NASA discovers Earth-like planet orbiting ‘cousin’ of Sun

    Miani : Astronomers hunting for another Earth have found what may be the closest match yet, a potentially rocky planet circling its star at the same distance as the Earth orbits the Sun, NASA said on Thursday.

  • Sabir Ali back as Muslim face of Bihar BJP

    New Delhi : In a bid to strengthen its campaign against the Nitish-Laloo combine, the BJP on Thursday got back Sabir Ali into the party fold after more than a year and half. Ali, a former JDU MP and close confidante of Nitish Kumar, had joined BJP before the Lok Sabha polls but his membership was suspended the very next day after a public outcry from Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and few other leaders.

  • Jewelers gherao Kharakuan police station in Ujjain

    Ujjain : The jewelry traders of Lakherwadi area on Thursday gheraored the Kharakuan police station after one of their colleague traders was remanded in custody by the Mahidpur police.

  • DM visits flood affected industrial area; writes to seniors

    Ujjain : District Magistrate Kavindra Kiyawat on Thursday visited the flood affected industrial area located on Maksi Road and wrote to senior officials to acknowledge them about the problems prevailed there. Members of the Industrial Union had a meeting with Kiyawat informing him about the problems prevailed in the area.

  • MIT Group students get campus placement

    Ujjain :Students from EX and EC branches of engineering from MIT Group got selected at the campus drive conducted by leading multinational Hundred Engineers Corporation Pvt Ltd. Prof Anurag Bhadania informed that Hundred Engineers Corporation is a telecom and IT service provider firm which work in telecom service sector. Shreya Yadav, Payal Lohani and Bhupendra Bilwadia were selected on the annual package of Rs 2.2 lakh.

  • ‘Kaun Banega Bhai No-1’ contest on Saturday

    Ujjain :    Zila Panchayat is going to hold ‘Kaun Banega Bhai Number-1’ contest on the upcoming festival of Rakshabandhan to inspire public towards integrated cleaning, on Saturday.

  • Committee to investigate water seepage in Mahakal Mandir

    Ujjain :  District Administration has formed a three-member committee to investigate the reason behind the seepage of water in the sanctum sanctorum of the Mahakaleshwar Temple during the heavy rainfall on the night on July 18.