Free Press Journal
  • Shahid-Mira seal their 1 year of togetherness

    New Delhi: Bollywood’s cutesy couple, Shahid Kapoor and wife Mira Kapoor, has given us the most aww-dorable snap of the month on their first year of togetherness.

  • Indian challenge ends as Paes-Hingis out of mixed doubles

    London:  India’s miserable campaign at the Wimbledon ended as defending mixed doubles champions Leander Paes and Martina Hingis were knocked out in the third round by scratch pair of Britain’s Heather Watson and Finland’s Henri Kontinen, who played their first match together.

  • New moon spotted, Ramadan fast ends and celebration begins

    Dhar: Special namaz was offered at eidgah here in city on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr. BJP leaders, SP Rajesh Hingankar, collector Shriman Shukla and others extended eid greetings to citizens on the occasion.

  • Dashrath Manjhi Act: Govt’s reluctance forces villagers to construct road themselves

    Meghnagar: Villagers of Jhaida, Kampan, Antervelia and Negadiya had been requesting the government, administrative officials and even political leaders to construct a road interconnecting their villages from years, but nobody paid heed to their woes. However, seeing the government apathy, some youths of these villages took the initiative to construct the road by their own and finally finished the construction of one km long road connecting the four villages together.

  • Over 100 miscreants storm into school, force shut Eid al-Fitr programme

    Dhar: Over 100 miscreants in a group barged into St Teresa School and forced the school authorities to stop the Eid al-Fitr programme organised by the school here on Thursday morning. They forced the school authorities to cancel the programme claiming that the school is trying to brainwash its students to change their religion.

  • New UP Legislative Council members to be sworn-in

    Lucknow: The newly nominated members of the Legislative Council of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly will be sworn-in on Friday, an official of the Vidhan Parishad secretariat said.

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    Eid celebrated with fervour in Ujjain

    Ujjain: The festival of Eid al-Fitr was celebrated in the city on Thursday. Muslim community people celebrated the occasion by greeting their friends and relatives after performing Namaz at Eidgah. Thousands of the devotees bowed down to pay obeisance to the almighty seeking peace and prosperity for their family as well as the country.

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    Feel privileged to work in Bollywood: Lisa Haydon

    Mumbai: Model-turned-actress Lisa Haydon says she would not like to be in any other place than the film industry and finds subjective the perception that models cannot be good actors.

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    Shootings of black men symptomatic of racial disparities: Obama

    Washington: US President Barack Obama has said that the fatal shootings of black men by police this week were “symptomatic of a broader set of racial disparities” and all Americans should be troubled by these incidents of brutality.

  • Police: 5 officers killed during Dallas protests

    Dallas: Dallas police today said five officers have died after at least two snipers opened fire during protests downtown. Seven other officers were wounded.

  • 23-year-old youth ends life by hanging

    Indore: A 23-year-old youth committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling in Tejaji Nagar area on Thursday morning. Police have sent the body for autopsy and started an investigation. According to the police, the deceased, identified as Jaiprakash Rajoriya of Morod village, was found hanging by one of his family members, who rushed him to the hospital but could not be saved.

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    Second phase of profs’ agitation ends

    Ujjain: The second phase of government college professors’ protest ended on Thursday. The week-long sit-in demonstration was launched by the professors on July 1, 2016 demanding the payment of the final installment of the UGC arrear under State Government College Professors Association.

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    Ram Temple issue to be sorted out through mutual consensus soon: ABAP chief

    Ujjain: Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad (ABAP) president Mahant Narendra Giri has said that permanent and non-political solution of “Ayodhya issue” on the basis of mutual consensus is most likely to be achieved soon. “On one side of the Saryu river, there will be Ram Temple while on the other side a mosque will be constructed along with a big educational institution for the poor Muslim children,” he said.

  • Road show held on IPR, National IP Policy

    Indore: Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Government of India, organised IP AWAKE: CII-DIPP road show on ‘IPR and National IP Policy’ here at Crystal IT Park on Thursday. Officials from DIPP and Intellectual Property Rights office (IPO) addressed the sessions. Main objective of the event was to create awareness on Intellectual Property Rights and its advantages and also to discuss new National IPR Policy 2016.

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    Digvijay rakes up Rajnath’s alleged meeting with Pragya Thakur

    New Delhi: Hitting back at BJP for targeting him over sharing dais with controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, Congress leader Digvijay Singh today raked up the issue of BJP leader Rajnath Singh’s alleged meeting with 2008 Malegaon blast accused Pragya Thakur.

  • Head constable dies in road accident

    Mhow: A truck hit a bike-borne head constable of Dhar, killing him on the spot at Mhow-Neemuch highway near Indorama in sector no-3 of Pithampur on Thursday. According to information, head constable Nanuram Solanki was going towards Dhar on his bike when a speeding truck hit him and fled the scene.