Free Press Journal
  • Shah Rukh is always open to opinions: Alia Bhatt

    New Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan may be one of the biggest stars in Bollywood but his “Dear Zindagi” co-star Alia Bhatt says the actor is always open to suggestions even if it comes from a junior.

  • Gulshan Kumar’s killer sent to Arthur Rd jail

    Mumbai : The convicted killer of Bollywood music baron Gulshan Kumar, Abdul Rauf alias Dawood Merchant who had jumped the 15-day furlough in 2009, has been handed over to the Maharashtra jail authority following directives of Sessions Court on Friday.

  • PM Modi, Abe ride on Japan’s famed Shinkansen bullet train

    Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe today travelled in Japan’s famed high-speed Shinkansen bullet train, which is being introduced in India on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad stretch.

  • Mumbai buys 32,000 tola gold, but angadia biz down by 80%

    Mumbai : After withdrawal of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 from circulation, people bought 30,000 -32,000 tola gold at the rate of Rs 45,000 to Rs 55,000. Despite the high sale of gold, the problem faced by jewellers was the transportation of the goods, and mainly cash, which they deliver through the trusted and traditional set up of human courier system called, ‘angadias’. The angadias are an unorganised labour sector, there are over 500

  • Nashik: Onion trading stops, veggies rot

    Nashik: Onion trading in Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) in Nashik has stopped due to the currency crunch. A meeting of APMC office bearers and traders will be held on Sunday to discuss the situation and to decide on reopening the markets, sources said on Friday.

  • Two nabbed with stolen cell phones in Indore

    Indore: Two persons associated with notorious Pardi gang were arrested by the police for stealing mobile phones from crowded area on Friday. They are being questioning for their other accomplices.

  • Maharashtra taps solar energy to power agriculture sector

    Nagpur: Maharashtra government has drawn up a scheme to ensure power supply to the agriculture sector for 12 hours a day through feeder-based solar energy, said Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today.

  • Mumbai: Minor gang-raped in Dindoshi found to be pregnant

    Mumbai : In a startling twist in Dindoshi’s minor rape case, the victim has been found to be 11 weeks pregnant. Zonal DCP Kiran Kumar Chavan confirmed the development in the case and informed Free Press Journal that the girl will be administered an abortion following suggestions of a team of doctors who are monitoring the case. Police are now planning to ascertain the biological father of the unborn baby.

  • Sherringwood holds seminar for parents in Indore

    Indore: Sherringwood World School organised a free seminar for parents on ‘Early Childhood Learning’ on Friday. The seminar introduced parents to quantum cards, while encouraging them to educate at an early age.

  • Class VII student hangs herself in Indore

    Indore: A class VII student girl committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling in her relative’s house in Kanadiya Road area here on Friday.

  • Basic Ornithology Workshop in Indore

    Indore: The Nature Volunteers’ NGO is organising a three day basic ornithology workshop from Nov 17 to Nov 20 in its premises.

  • Youth’s body found in toilet of train in Indore

    Indore: A youth from Gujarat was found dead in a toilet of Indore-Amritsar train parked at railway yard on Friday. No injury mark was found on the body so the reason of his death could not be established yet.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P Pradhan

    ARIES:- Don’t throw away care and concern altogether, though. You never know when it will all start slowing down. Avoid night driving today. Work load will be more today.

  • Anonymous letters for making pen friends at Mad For Books

    Indore : To make friends with whom, you can have intellectual conversations and improve your writing skills, join Free Press and DS event management at Mars café, near Chappan Dukan on Nov 13 from 12 pm to 2 pm and celebrate your childhood at ‘Mad For Books’ event.