Free Press Journal
  • We’re in a strong position, says Hillary Clinton

    New York, US Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Thursday, who returned to campaign after being diagnosed with pneumonia, said she believes her campaign was performing strongly in the last leg of the 2016 campaign despite polls showing the race tightening nationally and in key swing states.

  • Ranbir Kapoor - Aishwara Rai Bachchan

    Ranbir Kapoor-Aishwarya Rai Bachchan share lustful togetherness in Bulleya

    “Main kisi ki zaroorat nahin khwahish banna chahti hoon,” says Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in ‘Bulleya’ from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil that releases tomorrow September 16. Everyone has been talking about the tantalisingly physical chemistry between Ranbir and Aishwarya in the promos of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil but the moment you end up finish watching ‘Bulleya’, you shall be snowballed with the intensity of the sexual bond that the duo are sharing in the song

  • US officially recalls Samsung Galaxy Note 7

    Washington, The US government on Thursday officially recalled the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after dozens of reported cases in which batteries exploded or caught fire.

  • Tamil Nadu observes state-wide bandh over Cauvery dispute

    Chennai, Tight police security has been deployed in Tamil Nadu to face the one-day strike called by farmers associations and political parties in the state today over the Cauvery river water sharing issue.

  • India must celebrate its victory in 1965 war with Pakistan every year

    New Delhi, Last year, this week, India celebrated the 50th anniversary of the victory of the 1965 war. Several functions were held in the capital and at the flash points of 1965 to mark the occasion. It was the first time ever that India was emphatically celebrating the victory of 1965 which many had dubbed as a ‘no clear win by either side’.

  • Kejriwal has no power to resolve any issue: JD(U) on Chikungunya deaths

    New Delhi, Speaking on the AAP- MCD blame game in the national capital over Chikungunya deaths, the Janata Dal (United) on Friday said that confusion persists in Delhi because Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has no powers to execute even normal functions.

  • Coal firm surrenders Rs 10 cr to Income Tax Department

    BHOPAL : Arihant Coal Sales India Pvt. Limited, a firm dealing in export and import of coal, surrendered a sum of Rs 10 crore to Income tax (I-T) department on Thursday. I-T sleuths conducted search at the firm’s office located in Arera Colony of the city on Thursday.

  • City responds positively for eco-friendly immersion

    Indore : Indoreans gave a good response to eco-friendly visarjan (idol immersion) move of Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) to prevent water bodies, especially lakes around the city, getting polluted due to idol immersion.

  • Street figures among filthiest areas – Road to Central School haven for stray pigs

    BHOPAL : The road passing through Kendriya Vidyalaya-1 (Central School), Maida Mills Road, has turned into a dumping site of garbage. Stray animals roam around freely. While a garbage container has been installed here but animals scatter the refuse all around and it becomes totally impossible to pass through this road. Traffic on entire road gets affected due to scattered garbage. People, especially walkers do not prefer to pass through such roads.

  • No separate idol for Gadodias

    Indore : Amit Gadodia, a resident of Sai Sampada and working with Hindustan Petroleum, along with his family had adopted the green mantra, for this Ganeshotsav.

  • My humility should not be taken for weakness: Nandkumar

    BHOPAL  : Bharatiya Janata Party state president Nandkumar Singh Chouhan has said that humility is his strength and every one should be humble. Commenting on the issue of exchange of statements between him and BJP national general secretary, Kailash Vijayvargiya, he said Vijayvargiya was a national-level office-bearer of the party and anything related to him will be discussed at Delhi.

  • 140-yr-old missionary orphanage charged with conversions

    BHOPAL : Onkar Singh, a member of the Juvenile Justice Board, Sagar has alleged that the ‘Saint Francis Society Sevadham’ running an orphanage called ‘Anaath Ashram’ at Shyampura in the city was involved in conversions and human trafficking.

  • Case registered for youth’s murder

    Indore :  A case of murder was registered by police against an unidentified accused for the killing of a 28-year-old youth whose body was found near railway track at MR10 on September 12.

  • Lawyers strike work

    Indore : Days after Indore High Court Bar Association vice president Ritesh Inani was allegedly beaten up by some youths, lawyers of Indore and nearby districts on Thursday gave a miss to their work to push for their demand of action against the accused and seeking lawyer protection act.