Free Press Journal
  • Case of online fraud filed

    Indore : A case of online fraud was registered at MIG police station on Saturday on an 11-month old complaint.

  • I am an actor and not a star, says Sayyeshaa Saigal

    How was it fitting into the whole big SHIVAAY dimension?
    For me, it was simple, I knew I was signing a film with Ajay Devgn and hoping that, while people would flock to the theatres to see him, catch a glimpse of me as well! At the end of the day, all I wanted was acceptance and perhaps more work… I don’t know how much of that I have received…

  • Bodies of Colombia plane crash victims flown home

    Medellin : The bodies of the 71 victims killed in a plane crash in Colombia that wiped out a Brazilian football team returned home, as mourners prepared a massive funeral, reports AFP.

  • Don invites Duterte to US

    Manila : Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday said President-elect Donald Trump had invited him to the US, and endorsed his brutal antidrug campaign, telling him that the Philippines was conducting it “the right way”.

  • Indian Navy’s ultimate game-changer: BRAHMOS

    Pegged as the world’s fastest and deadliest cruise missile, the highly manoeuvrable BRAHMOS is capable of engaging sea and land-based targets at extended ranges.

  • Shatabdi late by 7 hrs; GT delayed by 5

    BHOPAL : New-Delhi Bhopal Shatabdi Express reached Bhopal late by seven hours. It reached Habibganj at 8.54 in the night and left for New Delhi at 9.15.  GT Express was late by 14 hours. The Bhopal -Gwalior Intercity was late by over five hours.

  • City skywalks unsafe after dark

    No lights and security renders these engineering marvels useless

  • John Abraham is a team player

    Actor-entrepreneur John Abraham, who is also the owner of North East United (his football team) was recently in Guwahati, Assam to meet with the players and supervise their training. While in Guwahati, John also organized a special screening of his recent release FORCE 2 for the players and the team’s management.

  • Political bigwigs to attend marriage of Gadkari’s daughter

    Nagpur : The who’s who of politics, including BJP chief Amit Shah, Union ministers Rajnath Singh, Prakash Javadekar and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray are expected to attend the marriage ceremony of Nitin Gadkari’s daughter on Sunday.

  • RTE admissions to start early

    Mumbai : Learning from its past mistakes, the civic body’s education department is planning to start admissions to 25 percent seats in private unaided schools under the Right to Education (RTE) Act early for the next academic year.

  • Bhargava to broker peace between Julania, Thete

    BHOPAL : Minister for panchayats and rural development Gopal Bhargava has taken upon himself the responsibility of resolving the dispute between additional chief secretary RS Julania and secretary Ramesh Thete. Both are posted in his department.

  • Glenn Maxwell fined for disrespectful remarks

    Sydney : Australia skipper Steven Smith on Saturday said all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has been fined for ‘disrespectful’ comments on his limited-overs team-mate Matthew Wade.

  • Woman ends life by hanging

    Indore : A 23-year old newly-married woman committed suicide by hanging herself in Palda area on Friday night.

  • Probe Sena allegations against BJP: Congress

    Mumbai : Mumbai Congress today sought an inquiry into the allegations made by Shiv Sena that it’s ally BJP had won the first phase of municipal polls in Maharashtra using demonetised currency.

  • Business in Chimanganj Krishi Upaj Mandi on the rise

    Ujjain : Trading in Chimanganj Krishi Upaj Mandhi took a hit in the initial days post demonetisation. The mandi even remained closed for a week after Rs 500 and Rs1,000 notes were banned by the Centre. However, now life is returning to normal.

  • India-Pakistan in same pool

    New Delhi : India, the current Asian champions, have been clubbed alongside arch-rivals Pakistan in the same pool in the men’s Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Finals 2017 to be held in London from June 15 to 25 June.