Free Press Journal
  • Nice attacker had interest in radical Islam

    Paris: France truck attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel had a ‘clear, recent interest in the radical jihadist movement’, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins stated on Monday.

  • City to celebrate Guru Purnima today

    Ujjain : Guru Purnima festival will be celebrated across the city on Tuesday. Dozens of events will be organized at academic institutions and other organizations to mark the occasion.

  • VU plans to invite Union home minister in convocation

    Ujjain  : Vikram University (VU) has planned to invite Union home minister Rajnath Singh in the convocation ceremony after August 15. If he does not come, the convocation ceremony will be held in September 2016.  It was decided during the executive council of Varsity on Monday. VU VC Prof SS Pandey chaired the meeting. Follow up report of the previous meeting was reviewed and the council discussed the issue of degree printing

  • Turkey Coup: Interior Ministry fires 9,000, detain others

    Ankara: Turkey’s Interior Ministry has fired nearly 9,000 police officers, bureaucrats and others and detained thousands of suspected plotters following a foiled coup against the government, local media reported on Monday.

  • Beard praises Vijender Singh

    New Delhi: Vijender Singh has had to unlearn a few tactics from his amateur days in his unbeaten journey to the WBO Asia Pacific title, reveals the Indian boxing star’s renowned British trainer Lee Beard who “makes it hard for him in the gym to make him more spiteful and angry in the ring”.

  • Harshvardhan Joshi: Gujju boy hits B-Town with ‘Love Ke Funday’

    Harshvardhan Joshi’s dreams seem to be coming all true! “Who would’ve thought a law student from Gujarat would come to Mumbai and pursue his Bollywood dreams,” quips Harshvardhan who although moved to Mumbai to study Cyber Law but landed with his debut Bollywood film Love Ke Funday produced by Faaiz Anwar and Prem Prakash Gupta of FRV Big Business Entertainment Pvt Ltd and Prem Motion Pictures.

  • US, EU warn on crackdown Brussels

    The United States and European Union on Monday sternly warned Turkey to respect the rule of law after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government launched a massive crackdown following the failed coup.

  • Stray cattle to be shifted

    Ujjain: Stray cattle will be shifted to the sanctuary located in Dewas district. This was decided during a meeting of Animal Cruelty Prevention Committee, on Monday. Rural people have made complaints that certain people from other areas had left stray cattle in the villages. These stray cattle damage crops and create inconvenience to them. Collector Kavindra Kiyawat told that a policeman will escort the vehicle in which the cattle will be shifted.

  • Indervesh Yogee speaks about this directorial debut

    Love Ke Funday director Indervesh Yogee talks about making a realistic new-age film, which he promises will appeal to the youth of the country. Speaking about his directorial debut, Indervesh said, “The film is about today’s modern generation and their idea of love.

  • ‘Be careful what you wish for kid!’

    New Delhi : “Be careful what you wish for kid”, was British boxing star Amir Khan’s response to Vijender Singh and his promoters’ proposal of a possible showdown with the Indian in the coming few months.

  • Mufti Qavi ‘provoked’ murder of Qandeel Baloch, says her mother

    Lahore: The mother of slain Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch on Monday alleged that prominent cleric Mufti Abdul Qavi, who made headlines for appearing in a controversial video with the social media star, ‘provoked’ her son into murdering her daughter.