Free Press Journal
  • Indian-American woman threatened for calling anti-Trump march

    Washington: An Indian-American woman politician in the US has received hundreds of angry emails and phone calls, some telling her to “go back to India”, after she called for a nation-wide protest against President-elect Donald Trump.

  • Demonetisation: Queues continue at banks, ATMs in Mumbai

    Mumbai: The queues outside banks and ATMs continued in the city and suburbs for the 9th day since the demonetisation move as people struggling to get cash expressed unhappiness over the reduced limit of exchange.

  • Kamala Harris says suspicious of Trump’s immigration policies

    Washington: Indian-American Kamala Harris, who scripted history by winning a Senate seat, has said she is suspicious of president-elect Donald Trump’s plans to deport 2-3 million cwith criminal history, saying a “whole range of behaviour” can qualify as crime.

  • Shraddha Kapoor connects with Dawood’s family

    New Delhi: Shraddha Kapoor, who is all set to play the role of mafia don Dawood Ibrahim’s sister Haseena Parkar in her upcoming film, was recently paid a visit by members of Dawood’s family.

  • Karan Johar to launch Boney Kapoor’s daughter Jahnavi Kapoor

    It’s time for a new breed of talent to explode on screen. The stunning Sridevi’s daughter is all set to follow in her illustrious mother’s footsteps. Jahnavi Kapoor is finally all set to make her acting debut and that too in a film to be produced by Karan Johar. Unconfirmed reports insist the very pretty star-daughter is being launched by Karan Johar in the Hindi remake of the Marathi milestone blockbuster Sairat.

  • Rupee down

    Domestic market: Rupee cracks 68-level, tumbles 32 paise

    Mumbai: The rupee took a sharp plunge of 32 paise to crash below the 68-mark against the US dollar in early trade today on higher dollar demand from importers after the American currency strengthened overseas coupled with lower opening in the domestic stock market.

  • “Tu Hi Hai” from ‘Dear Zindagi’ is delightful warm track, all about falling in love

    The third song from upcoming movie Alia Bhatt starrer ‘Dear Zindagi’ is out and it is as beautiful as the teasers of the film. The song titled ‘Tu Hai Hai’ launched at a special event which was organised in association with Tinder. ‘Tu Hi Hai’, apart from Alia Bhatt features Kunal Kapoor and Angad Bedi. Knitting together the small pleasure of life, the song highlights the different aspects of Kaira (Alia Bhatt)’s journey, includes

  • Ill-equipped government hospital fails to treat elderly patient

    Dharampuri: The condition of government hospitals is worsening day by day. On Monday an elderly man was admitted in a government hospital due to injuries on his hands and legs. Though the doctors admitted him by making an OPD but they couldn’t do his X-ray as the X-ray machine was not working. The patient was admitted on Saturday and was referred by number 108 ambulance to Dhamnod on Wednesday for X-ray.  Sakharam

  • Government College organises research seminar

    Barwaha: A two-day national research seminar was organised by zoology department of Government College on Thursday. DAVV School of Life Sciences Prof Dr Anand Kar was chief guest on the occasion.  In their address, convenor Prof RK Yoddha and Prof RK Kanere explained the audience about the adverse effects of dam on Narmada. While Government Degree College principal focused on the increase in tourism because of the construction of the dam.

  • Science exhibition, fete mark VCS Children’s Day celebration

    Pithampur: Vaishnav Cambridge School (VCS) celebrated Children’s Day by organising a science exhibition and fete where students designed innovative models to demonstrate the positive impact of science.

  • US intelligence chief James Clapper to step down

    Washington: The US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said he will leave the post on January 20, 2017, when President Barack Obama hands over the White House to Donald Trump.

  • Brig P Manohar inaugurates annual exhibition of APS

    Mhow : The annual exhibition ‘KHOJ’ was held at Army Public School Mhow on Thursday. Honourable chairman of Army Public School, Brig Sheode P Manohar inaugurated the exhibition by formally cutting the ribbon .Chief guest of the programme was accorded a warm welcome by the school principal PK Tiwari and the vice principal SK Choudhary along with the coordinators of the three wings. Students welcomed the chief guest by presenting a bouquet.