Free Press Journal
  • Women protest against Donald Trump’s anti-women rhetoric

    New York: Several women have demonstrated outside Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters here calling on Americans to reject the Republican presidential nominee, saying promoting and condoning sexual assault by him is “unforgivable”.

  • I thought I was the best actor in the world: Ranveer Singh

    Paris: From making a promising debut with “Band Baaja Baaraat” to giving a critically-acclaimed performance in “Bajirao Mastani”, Ranveer Singh has shown tremendous growth as an actor, but according to the star himself, he has finally deconstructed his learning of the craft.

  • Intimate scenes of Aishwarya and Ranbir in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil snips off

    Karan Johar can breathe a sigh of relief. At least for now! Though his troubles regarding the Pakistani presence (Fawad Khan and his two female protagonists’ nationality) are far from over, the CBFC (Censor Board Of Film Certification) on Wednesday granted Karan’s film a UA certificate (fit for viewing by children accompanied by adults).

  • Russia rejects allegations of meddling in US elections

    Moscow: Russian officials have once more vigorously rejected accusations of meddling in the US presidential elections and dismissed allegations that Moscow was behind a series of recent hacks on US institutions.

  • A facelift for the Moon every 81,000 years

    Paris: The Moon is bombarded by so much space rock that its surface gets a complete facelift every 81,000 years, according to a study released today based on NASA data.

  • traffic

    Diversion root cause of massive jams Satya Sai Square to Vijaynagar circle

    Indore: Sudden diversion on AB Road between Satya Sai square and Vijaynagar circle is the reason for traffic jam on the service lane every day. However, the administration does not feel the need of putting up a notice or diversion directions for commuters, who are unable to find a diversion from barricades.

  • Enlightening the world of underprivileged kids in Indore

    Indore: Three years ago, when the citizens were disgruntled with government’s aloofness towards education system for the underprivileged students, a 20-year young boy, Palash Rathi, from Indore took the initiative. With a chalk and duster in hand and friends by his side, he walked towards Jeevanshala, a primary school for inmates of Visarjan Ashram. With the support of caretaker Kishore Gupta, they started teaching the ones deprived of education which led to birth

  • DME to file status report in Supreme Court on medical courses admission

    Bhopal: The Directorate of Medical Education is going to submit the admission status report to the Supreme Court on October 17. In dental course 722 seats are vacant and the DME will ask to reopen the admission in the course. Director of medical education, Dr GS Patel informed that the status report of admission will be submitted according to the SC’s instructions.