Free Press Journal
  • Pump employee embezzles Rs 1-L

    Indore : A petrol pump employee embezzled Rs 1 lakh from his employer. Police have registered a case and are investigating. According to the police, the incident occurred at Raghunath Petrol Pump located in Bhamouri area on Thursday night.

  • Elderly woman robbed of her chain

    Indore: Unidentified men robbed an elderly woman of her gold chain while returning home from a doctor.

  • Different process results in varied admission charges?

    Indore : DPS continues selling forms at Rs 3,000 as the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court stayed the collector’s order where most schools have not started taking admissions for the next session. Most Indore schools have not started enrolling students for the coming year and likely to face turmoil with fixed admission fee order.

  • Man held for making obscene gestures

    Indore : A middle-aged man, staying in a hotel, was caught while making obscene gestures at students, lodged in the same hotel. Police have registered a case and are investigating.

  • Showrooms await Dhanteras rush

    Indore : Dhanteras marks the beginning of Diwali’s 5-day fest. It is commonly known as ‘Dhanatrayodashi’ or ‘Dhanvantari Trayodashi’. Dhan means wealth and Trayodashi refers to the Hindu calendar’s day 13. Dhanteras is the festival of sending prayers to Goddess Lakshmi. She provides worshippers prosperity and takes care of their well being. Dhanteras holds exceptional importance for the business due to traditional purchases of precious metals on this day. God of Wealth

  • Bank agents instrumental in threatening deceased farmers’ family: YC

    Ujjain: Recovery agents of the banks have started pressurising farmers for recovery of the loans extended to them for cultivation of the crops. Recovery agents of ‘Disha Future’ finance company had threatened the family members of late farmer Madanlal on Friday. Few days ago Madanlal resident of village Piplyahama had committed suicide in the trauma of ruined crops. Ujjain Parliamentary constituency president of Youth Congress (YC), Hemant Singh Chauhan along with other

  • Ramanuj Sampraday seeks ‘Narayani Akhada’ status

    Ujjain : The Ramanuj Sampraday, comprising different 40 peeths of Vaishnav sect, has decided to activate its Allahabad-based ‘Akhil Bharatiya Ramanuj Nagar Prabandh Samiti’ so as to press for their years-old-demand of acknowledging the ‘Narayani Akhada’.

  • A new Mumbai in the making   

    Mumbai is changing rapidly. Roads, buildings, shopping arcades, places of entertainment are all changing. No wonder if the city’s people are also changing and some of them are not able to make head or tail of the changes the city’s topography is undergoing, be it south Mumbai or distant suburbs.

  •  Travelogue: Orissa Odyssey

    Though greatly reduced today, the distinctive style is still evident in the proud pinnacles of such temples as the Lingaraj, Rajarani, Mukteswara, Parvati, Vaital and others, says UDAY K. CHAKRABORTY.

  • Food Special: Waffles on your wishlist

    Now townies can bite into fluffy yet firm, crunchy yet soft eggless waffles peaked with Nutella, Oreo cream, banoffee and more, writes GITA HARI.

  • Book Review: Pandeymonium

    Lucid, inspiring and unputdownable, this memoir gives you an inside peek into the mind and creative genius of the man who defines advertising in India.

  • Book Review: The Patton Wreckers

    Brig Khutub has given the details of the background of the war and what made Pakistan launch the war.

  • Amy Jackson

    If you can banter with me then I am sold”: Amy Jackson

    A hopeless romantic, a goofball, a girl who’s all sorted, PRATISHTHA MALHOTRA discovers the many facets of this English mem, AMY JACKSON creating waves in desi films.

  • nargis fikri

    Nargis won’t gain weight for movies 

    Actress Nargis Fakhri, who works hard to maintain her fit frame, says she won’t gain weight even if a character requires it. “Gaining or losing weight is more to do with guys and not girls. I would like to be more fit, but I don’t think I will put on fat or gain weight for movie roles. I am not going to do that,” the actress told IANS.

  • Ranbir Kapoor

    Ranbir Kapoor: All for TAMASHA!

    Ranbir Kapoor, who has been in a long schedule of his film with Karan Johar in London, leaves a couple of days earlier from there to join the team in Mumbai for the promotions of his upcoming release, TAMASHA.

  • Divorced by social media

    They say that a family is where our heart belongs to. But what if your family is choked in a metal box walking you through the glistening cosmos of the World Wide Web. Technology is indeed fun but it can also drown us into its foggy world compelling us to drive out sound knowledge. Social media today is to some extent playing this shady character creating rough ripples in relationships, says DISHA

  • What lies beneath?

    Cinema reflects society they say. But society is also reflected in films. Often, youngsters copy their celluloid icons blindly. Bollywood cinema is also generously inspired by acts of real crime and not just of great lives. What impact does it have on people in real life? Shoma A. Chatterji probes.