Free Press Journal
  • Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher complete each other : Jon Cryer

    Washington DC : Seems like Jon Cryer is going gaga over newly married Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis as he cannot stop gushing over the couple’s romance. Talking about the duo, the 50-year-old actor said, “They really complete each other. It’s the old Jerry Maguire thing,” reports Us magazine. The ‘Pretty in Pink’ star added that it is a total cliche, but in their case it just happens to be true, the 32-year-old actress

  • 11 million passengers ditch Maharashtra state buses

    Mumbai: Once the pride of the state, the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) has lost a whopping 11.32 million passengers and consequently accumulated losses of Rs.1,934 crore last year, a Right to Information query has revealed.

  • Mariah Carey, James Packer debut together on red carpet

    Washington DC : Mariah Carey and her billionaire boyfriend James Packer made their first red carpet appearance as a couple at the premiere of ‘The Intern’ in New York. The 45-year-old singer, who wore a purple dress with a sequined leather jacket, looked stunning at the event, while the businessman wore a black suit and a tie, E! Online reports. Carey and Packer, who have travelled to Sardinia, Israel and Ibiza together, were first

  • India, Pakistan to follow tenets of 2003 ceasefire agreement: Army

    Nagrota (J-K): Asserting that India and Pakistan Armies have expressed concern over the safety and security of civilians who become target of the fire from both sides, a senior Army officer today said both the sides have agreed to follow the tenets of 2003 ceasefire agreement in letter and spirit.

  • Pickpocket wanted in 12 cases caught in Mumbai Metro

    Mumbai: A pickpocket with nearly two dozen cases on Mumbai’s congested suburban railway system behind him was finally nabbed after he dodged detection for a year, an official said here on Tuesday.

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    Pakistan army chief Raheel Sharif approves death sentences of nine terrorists

    Karachi: Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif, has given his nod for the death sentences of nine terrorists who were involved in many atrocious terrorism activities, the head of military’s media wing said in a statement on Twitter. According to The Dawn, the director general of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Major General Asim Bajwa, confirmed that the death sentences of the terrorists who were involved in the killing of civilians

  • DAVV V-C search panel: DP Singh is EC nominee

    Indore : In dramatic changes of events, the Executive Council of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which stood divided over the name of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) director Prof DP Singh in the last meeting, ‘unanimously’ elected him as its nominee for V-C search committee on Monday.

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    New class of medium-sized black holes identified

    Washington: Astronomers led by an Indian-origin scientist have found evidence for a new intermediate-mass black hole about 5,000 times the mass of the Sun, strengthening the case for the existence of a third major class of black holes.

  • Naseeruddin Shah treated for allergy

    Kanpur: Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah was admitted to a hospital after he complained of allergy and breathing problems.

  • DAVV gears up for exam reforms again

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya has decided to reform examination system to bring the derailed semester system on the track, once again. A meeting has been convened to discuss examination reforms on September 26.

  • Rs 1.35-L loot case, three arrested

    Indore : Depalpur police have solved the Rs 1.35 lakh loot from a driver of loading vehicle and arrested the driver and his two friends in connection with the crime.

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    View that CBI alone is honest not right: Jayalalithaa

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa on Tuesday said the opinion that an investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will be honest and on the right path need not be correct.

  • Two youths stabbed

    Indore : Two youths were stabbed on Sunday night near Shani Mandir on Jawahar Marg. One of the injured is in critical condition forcing doctors to operate upon him during the night.

  • Abducted man donates ransom amount for Police Welfare Fund

    Indore : A man donated recovered ransom money to the Police Welfare Fund, on Monday at a function at the auditorium of Police Control Room. On July 1, Ravi Kumar, a civil contractor was kidnapped from village Pigdamber under Kishanganj police circle. Kumar was released after paying a ransom of Rs 5 lakh.

  • Jr docs’ indefinite stir from today, to hold parallel OPD

    Indore : Junior doctors of MY Hospital will go on indefinite strike once again from Tuesday in support of their 12-point demands. The decision was taken after their talks with the Health Minister, Director of Medical Education and Principal Secretary failed, on Monday.

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    Sri Lankan Navy arrests 15 TN fishermen; chase away boats

    Rameswaram (TN): Sri Lanka Navy arrested 15 fishermen for allegedly fishing in Lankan waters and also chased at gun point fishermen near Katchatheevu in the Palk Straits, officials said today.