Free Press Journal
  • Chinese shares

    Chinese shares open higher Tuesday

    Beijing: Chinese stocks opened higher on Tuesday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 0.31 percent, at 3,026.16 points.

  • Katy Perry dating Orlando Bloom?

    Los Angeles: Singer Katy Perry and actor Orlando Bloom have sparked dating rumours. The duo was spotted flirting at the Golden Globes after-party at the Beverly Hilton on January 10.

  • US stocks end mixed after heavy sell-off

    New York: The US stocks ended mixed on Monday as Wall Street tried to rebound from last week’s sharp decline amid diving oil prices.

  • House moves on North Korea sanctions bill after bomb test

    Washington: The US House of Representatives House pushed ahead on legislation that seeks to punish North Korea for its latest nuclear test by expanding sanctions on Pyongyang, a move with strong bipartisan support despite questions over how effective the new restrictions can be.

  • IS claims responsibility for suicide attack on Baghdad mall 

    Baghdad: The Islamic State (IS) militant group on Monday claimed responsibility for the suicide attack targeting a crowded mall in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, which killed at least seven people, the group said in an online statement.

  • Australia rest Marsh from 2nd ODI against India

    Brisbane: Australia today decided to rest pacer Mitchell Marsh from the second cricket one-dayer against India here on Friday, replacing him with John Hastings as part of their rotational policy to manage players’ workload.

  • Barinder Sran debuts as India opt to bat at WACA

    Perth: India has won the toss and opted to bat first in the first One Day International (ODI) of the five-match series against Australia, here at the WACA cricket ground on Tuesday.

  • Iran disputes UN finding that it worked on nuclear arms

    Vienna: Iran has rejected an assessment by the UN nuclear agency that it did past work on nuclear arms but is praising some aspects of the agency’s investigation of the issue, reflecting satisfaction that the more than decade long probe has ended.

  • Centralised software application to link 25 UP varsities

    Lucknow: A centralised software application would soon be created to link Uttar Pradesh’s 25 universities and a data bank of all varsities will be maintained for records and other purposes, an official said on Tuesday.

  • No ragging in MGM hostel: probe panel

    Indore : Anti-Ragging Committee of MGM Medical College denied any incident of ragging in the boys’ hostel following a probe and sent a report to the University and MHRD on Monday.

  • Swami Vivekananda Expression Series today: CBSE

    Indore : Students of CBSE schools can submit their essay for participation in the Swami Vivekananda Expression Series online or offline mode today. The series is launched with the aim to inculcate knowledge about the great leaders of India. The expression series provides a platform where students can express their creativity.

  • 2 youths injured in bike accident

    Indore: A teenager sustained injuries when he was hit by a motorcycle. According to the police, the accident occurred near Pipaliyapala Regional Park on Sunday night. The boy’s uncle told the police that the duo had gone to the Regional Park to deliver lunch pack. The uncle left his nephew with his motorcycle and went inside when another motorcycle came around and hit the boy.

  • Bihar couple claims to be Geeta’s parents

    Indore : A couple from Mirzapur, Bihar who claimed Geeta to be their daughter met her at the Indore Deaf Bilingual Academy (IDBA) on Monday afternoon. Geeta is the hearing-speech impaired Indian girl, who returned from Pakistan after accidently landing there 14 years ago.

  • DEO to organise Surya Namaskar at Chiman Bagh today

    Indore: District Education Office is organising Surya Namaskar at Chiman Bagh ground at 9 am today. Mayor Malini Gaud will be the chief guest for the event and special guest is Collector P Narahari. Narahari has ordered that the event must strictly follow state directives. “Special care must be taken that children don’t face problems,” Narahari instructed. Thousands of students will participate from government and non-government schools. Physically and/or mentally impaired students