Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan deports National Geographic’s ‘Afghan Girl’

    Peshawar: Pakistan has deported Sharbat Gula, National Geographic’s iconic green-eyed ‘Afghan Girl’, days after authorities temporarily halted her deportation for using fake ID cards to stay here, media reports said today.

  • HC quashes DME’s MBBS  admission cancellation order in Indore

    Indore: Quashing the Directorate of Medical Education (DME)’s order, the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, on Tuesday passed a judgement in favour of students, who were given admission in excess in MBBS course at private college in the state but later on their admission were cancelled citing ‘human error’.

  • Nursing association devided over strike in Indore

    Indore: Just a day before the state-wide indefinite strike of nurses association, nurses in the hospitals associated with medical colleges divided into parts as one of the associations of nurses condemned the decision of strike and separated from the protest.

  • Revisit childhood memories this Children’s Day

    Indore: Celebrating this Children’s Day with fairytales, childhood stories and memories, Free Press invites all the readers to attend ‘Mad For Books’ event organised by DS event management from 12 pm to 2 pm at Mars cafe, near Chappan Dukan on Nov 13.

  • Panic prevails in city, people throng ATMs

    Indore: Following announcement of demonetization of currency notes worth Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on late Tuesday evening, a panic like situation prevailed in the city. City ATMs witnessed heavy rush to get minor currency notes. Some even approached Sarafa traders to purchase gold but the traders were not ready to currency notes of above denomination.

  • Modi Government putting cumbersome burden on nation: Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress Party appeared not to be in tune with Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government’s move announcing the scrapping of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 notes and alleged that the ruling dispensation at the Centre was putting cumbersome burden on the people.

  • Twitter breaks US election day tweets record

    San Francisco, With 35 million tweets on the US election day, micro-blogging site Twitter on Wednesday broke its earlier record set in 2012 election day of more than 31 million tweets.

  • Bollywood reacts to Bengaluru stunt tragedy

    Tiger Shroff: “Actors losing their lives during stunt and that too due to negligence… That’s sad to hear. My thoughts and prayers go out to their family. Action sequences are unpredictable no matter how safe you make your environment. I rehearsed tirelessly for Baaghi and The Flying Jatt. But when it comes down to shooting your adrenaline is higher and the ambience and geography changes which make a difference while performing.”

  • Twitteretti, WhatsApp go bonkers

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced of demonetization of currency notes worth Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 on late Tuesday evening, a panic like situation prevailed in the city. Here are some tweet that how Twitteretti, WhatsApp go bonkers on social media.

  • Black money is in foreign banks, properties: AIBEA

    Chennai: The withdrawal of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes from circulation will not help in fighting black money as it is stashed away in foreign banks, foreign currency, gold or in the form of other assets, a top leader of the All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) said.

  • SIMI Encounter: Three approach SIT to offer evidence; cops tight-lipped in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: To date, three persons have approached the SIT of the CID, probing the death of eight SIMI activists in an encounter with the police on the outskirts of Bhopal on October 31, claiming that are in possession of some evidences vis-à-vis the case and are ready to share it with the cops.

  • DIG in-charge of Bhopal Central jail suspended in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: DIG Jail, Mansharam was suspended Tuesday in connection with the incident of eight SIMI activists escaping from the Bhopal Central Jail on October 31. Four officials have already been suspended in the jailbreak case. DG, Jail Sanjay Choudhary informed that the orders were issued by the state government.