Free Press Journal
  • Probe Spreads To Brussels

    Paris : France was in mourning on Sunday, even as one of the terrorists who massacred 129 people in Mumbai-type attacks was identified as a Parisian with a criminal record. The defence minister said France would revise its security strategy to better respond to terror attacks, with an expert warning that the terror strike wasn’t “one off” and similar attacks were likely to occur again. A severed finger of the terrorist was found in

  • The city goes Gurumay with Virat Rathyatra

    Ujjain : The temple town of Ujjain was flavoured with the religious spree of Virat Rathyatra on the occasion of 108th Mahamanglik organized at Shree Manibhadra Tirthadham Bhairavgarh, here on Sunday.

  • 2 attackers killed were Frenchmen living in Brussels

    Brussels : Two assailants who died in the Paris attacks were Frenchmen who had lived in Brussels, Belgian prosecutors said today. The Belgian authorities are holding seven people for questioning in connection with the attacks, and investigators have found that two cars used in the operation were rented in Belgium, they added.”It appears that two French nationals, who lived in Brussels …, were identified as among the attackers who died on the spot,” the

  • Maker of ‘suicide vests’ still at large

    Paris : The suicide vests used by Friday’s attackers in Paris – a first in France – were made by a highly skilled professional who could still be at large in Europe, intelligence and security experts say. All seven of the militants wore identical explosive vests and did not hesitate to blow themselves up — a worrying change of tactic for jihadists targeting France. Unlike the attacks in London in 2005 where the bombers’

  • Jihadi John fathered secret son in Syria?

    London : Jihadi John, the dreaded Islamic State executioner killed in a US drone strike in Syria last week, reportedly fathered a son who is automatically entitled to British citizenship. Mohammed Emwazi, also known as Jihadi John, was “evaporated” by a Hellfire missile fired from a US Reaper drone after British intelligence analysts located him in the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) headquarters of Raqqa.Kuwait-born British citizen Jihadi John secretly fathered

  • Another RSS body wants govt to stop easing of FDI norms

    New Delhi : The easing of FDI norms by the Modi government in 15 key sectors faced objections from a second RSS affiliate on Sunday with Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM) expressing anguish and demanding that it be put on hold. The SJM also accused the government of acting in haste in the matter.  It demanded a white paper detailing the benefits and drawbacks of FDI and said a commission comprising stakeholders should first be set

  • Now, weather girl washes Imran’s dirty linen!

    London : Two weeks after Imran Khan’s second marriage ended in a divorce in just 10 months, former wife Reham has spoken out, claiming that she was told that she should be making chapatis in the kitchen and not to be seen outside.The Pakistani cricket legend-turned-politician and the 42-year-old TV journalist announced their decision to split on October 30 amid reports that Imran objected to her meddling in politics. Imran’s marriage to Reham

  • CII-AIU undertakes survey on internationalisation of higher education

    Indore : Confederation of Indian University (CII) and Association of Indian Universities (AIU) have jointly initiated a survey on the internationalisation of higher education across the country and sought information from officers and teachers of universities on 16 points.

  • Five of a family hurt in mishap

    Indore : Five members of a family were injured when a speeding car hit them near Vijay Nagar Square on Saturday night. Following the accident, angry mob damaged the vehicle. Police have seized the car and booked its driver. According to the police, Sonu Verma of Vijay Nagar had gone to Malwa Mill. While returning home, she along with her two children— Chetan and Roshan, sister Anita and daughter of her sister-in-law

  • DAVV not to hold convocation ceremony this year

    Indore : It’s official now. Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) won’t be holding the convocation ceremony for pass out meritorious students of 2012-13 batch this year.

  • International awareness on terrorism is need of hour: Shastri

    Ujjain : It is becoming need of an hour now to think deeply on the thoughts of Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi and Former Prime Minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri and to move on path shown by these two great personalities. Terrorists are continuously attacking and killing innocents mercilessly now there is need to create international awareness to fight from terrorism.

  • Dr Vyas conferred State Medical Service Honour

    Ujjain : Professor of Government Dhanwantari Ayurveda College, Dr OP Vyas was conferred upon State Level Medical Service Honour under the aegis of Bhai Uddhavdas Mehta Memorial Nyas, Bhopal.

  • Dr Avadheshpuri visits Sevadham

    Ujjain : General Secretary of Akhada Parishad, Paramhans Dr Avadheshpuri visited Sevadham Ashram here on Saturday. In his address he said that Sevadham is an exemplary for the service of mankind. Sevadham inmate Vishnu Nepali welcomed Dr Avadheshpuri on the occasion of Pt Nehru’s birth anniversary. Fruits were distributed to Sevadham kids by Dr Puri. Ashram director Sudhir Goyal discussed the planning of the Ashram with him and urged to hold a

  • Disparity in food is unacceptable: Yashodanandan

    Ujjain : Mahamandleshwar 1008 Yashodanandan Maharaj (Pt Ajay Purohit) in his discourse delivered at the musical Bhagwat Geeta at Mahakal Pravachan Hall on Sunday said that disparity is behaviour is acceptable, but disparity in food is unacceptable. There is no punishment for the sin committed in the world, but those committed at temples and Satsang is unpardonable. He said that the king who follows the policy deserves welfare. Hence his decay is

  • National Geography Olympiad held

    HODHSNGABAD : 13th Geo fest International and National Geography Olympiad was organised at City Montessori School Lucknow from November 1st to November 4.

  • A favourable law needed for cooperative

    Ujjain : Cooperative convention was held at Mehidpur under 62nd All India Cooperative Week, on Sunday. Addressing on this occasion MLA Bahadur Singh Chauhan said that there must have a favourable law for cooperative. Farmers are provided loans on zero percent interest through cooperative. Farmers should take benefits of this scheme.