Free Press Journal
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    Amarnath yatra suspended in Jammu and Kashmir

    Srinagar: Authorities today suspended the Amarnath yatra from Jammu base camp due to apprehensions of law and order problems in Kashmir Valley following the killing of top Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani and his two associates in an encounter with security forces yesterday.

  • Taking self-dependency to next level

    Indore: Now here is a true green warrior. Step into his house and you will find out why. Uday Naik, 66, a semi-retired engineer, is currently working as a consultant with Yamaha Motors Co, Japan. Despite being busy with his job, he has taken full care of the utilities for his family in the most natural way.

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    Dallas gunman identified, bomb materials found in home: police

    Dallas (US): Police have confirmed the gunman who killed five officers in an ambush in Dallas was a 25-year-old named Micah Johnson, an Army veteran and reported “loner” from Texas with no criminal history.

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    Alia Bhatt on protecting her privacy

    Lately, there has been a lot of speculation on Alia Bhatt’s relationship status. Is she seeing Sidharth Malhotra or not?

  • The stuff that dreams are made of…

    Indore: “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” Walt Disney. With courage and determination to make his dream come true, 19-year-old Rishi Yadav stood firm on his wish of riding to Ladakh on a bike. With patience and passion, he was able to convince his parents and other bikers that he could do it, which he finally did. He rode to Ladakh with two bikers, lived on

  • Paramedical College takes students for a ride

    Indore: Devi Ahilya College of Paramedical Science allegedly took some students for a ride by shifting them from one course to another and meticulously ensured that they take exams. However, an alert deputy registrar caught the malpractice and withheld results of the students who were illegally shifted from one course to another. Crying foul, students whose results were withheld staged a demonstration at the university on Friday stating that they should not

  • ‘Indore, financial capital of state, is in dire need of Pied Piper’

    Indore : Yes! You have read it correctly that the city is in need of Pied Piper, just like Hamelin had in the famous story, to drive away rats. People from all walks of life are getting sleepless night due to increasing menace of rats.

  • Small towns dictating youngsters’ fashion style

    Indore: Due to conservative outlook of society, youngsters often have to skip wearing designer dresses and fashion jewellery. Fashion is not limited to creating comfortable clothing, and hence, we often come across designer wear, which every young girl or boy would wish to sport, but can’t.

  • “My aim is to make films on untouched subjects”- Faaiz Anwar

    Successful lyricist turned producer FAAIZ ANWAR tells SHAGUN GANDHI that he is working towards creating his own individual identity in film production like he has made in the field of writing lyrics and poems.

  • Youth ends life after watching movie

    Indore: A 30-year-old youth committed suicide by consuming some poisonous substance in the car in Tukoganj area late on Thursday night. Before taking the extreme step, he watched ‘Sultan’ movie at a cinema hall but the reason of his suicide could not be ascertained.

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    Sikandar has a small but important role in SENSE 8

    Actor Sikandar Kher, who will be seen in the second season of the TV drama series “24”, has been roped in for the American show “Sense 8”. The actor says his role is small but important.

  • Pvt English medium school attracting more students than govt Hindi school

    Alot: In a shocking phenomenon that perhaps would force the authorities to rethink on government school education, residents of village Pipliya Peetha are opting for a private English medium school, which doesn’t even have any credible board affiliation, rather than admitting their children in the government school in the village.

  • Colleges witness poor admission scenario

    Indore:  Colleges participating in centralised online admission counselling for undergraduate courses are witnessing poor admission scenario this year. A closer look at admission statistics revealed that most of the seats in government colleges in the city, which are filled first, are still vacant after two rounds of counselling.

  • City decked up to welcome renowned Jain saint Shri Surishwarji Maharaj

    Ratlam: Elaborate preparations are in full swing for the ‘Mangal Pravesh’ procession of the famous Jain saint Acharya Shri Vijay Jayantsen Surishwarji Maharaj to be taken out on Sunday. The Jain seer will stay in Ratlam for four months to observe Chaturmas.

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    Sexy, sensuous label don’t bother Surveen Chawla

    Actress Surveen Chawla, who took on bold roles in films like “Ugly” and “Hate Story 2”, says labels like sensuous and sexy don’t bother her.

  • Speeding gas tanker crushes man to death

    Petlawad: A speeding gas tanker hit a watchman of private school from behind killing him on the spot on the busiest Thandla-Badnawar road here on Thursday night. The incident has once again invoked anger among the local people and they have again raised the demand of streamlining the traffic system with deployment of traffic police in the accident prone area. Notably, the local risedents had recently staged a protest with the same demands

  • Pond built 2 months back bursts

    Sagar:  Carelessness and corruption in the forest department was exposed as a pond, built just two months back, burst near the city. The pond was constructed by the department under the save water mission.