Free Press Journal
  • “Trust sets the foundation of love”, says Drashti Dhami

    Her on-screen character radiates an aura of benevolence and forbearance. As Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil mirrors the eternal verities that set the substratum of love, Drashti Dhami speaks to Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about the  unwonted concept of the show, her significance of love, the phases of her on-screen characterization and more…

  • Maglev trains 2 times faster than the bullet trains

    New Delhi : The Indian Railway is exploring to go for the next generation Maglev trains that are two times faster than the proposed bullet train between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Maglev stands for “magnetic levitation,” a system that uses magnetic levitation to suspend and propel vehicles with magnets without touching the ground.

  • Dense fog leads to fatal accident: 13 teachers killed

    Fazilka (Punjab) : Thirteen teachers were killed when the vehicle in which they were travelling to school collided with a truck due to dense fog near Chandmeri toll plaza on Fazilka-Jalalabad road, police said.

  • Why is ‘Legion’ hacking Indian celebs, leaders’ accounts?

    New Delhi : With the claim of hacking into the official Twitter handle of controversial liquor baron Vijay Mallya on Friday, the group or an individual named “Legion” is slowly becoming well-known in the world of hackers, reports IANS.

  • Bhopal: 25-yr-old married woman ends life

    BHOPAL: A 25-year-old married woman committed suicide by hanging self at Haneef Colony under Nishatpura Police station on Friday. The incident came to light when her husband returned from his work and found her hanging from the ceiling of the room. Investigation officer sub-inspector Banwari Lal said, “The deceased was identified as Aliya, 25, wife of Javed Khan. She is a native of Bhind and currently resides at Haneef Colony, Janta Nagar

  • Free Press Cycling Initiative: Allow cycles in BRTS corridor says Yagnik

    Indore: Encouraging cycling culture in the city, 50-year-old sponsor and social activist Neeraj Yagnik organised various cycling events in the city. However, he feels that cycling can’t be encouraged in the city until some basic facilities like cycling track and stands are provided by the government.

  • UN urges Suu Kyi to listen to her ‘inner voice’

    United Nations : Worried over the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state, a former top Indian diplomat with the UN has urged the country’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi to listen to her “inner voice” and reassure the people there that they will be protected. “I am persuaded that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi hears and understands the concerns of the international community,” UN special adviser on Myanmar Vijay Nambiar said.

  • Syrian army halts Aleppo operations, says Russia

    Aleppo : Syria’s army halted its attacks in Aleppo to allow evacuation of civilians trapped, Russia’s foreign minister announced, after advancing regime forces cornered rebels in the city.

  • Hundreds of men and boys missing after fleeing Aleppo

    Geneva : Hundreds of men may have gone missing after fleeing into government-controlled parts of Aleppo, the UN warned today, saying armed groups were reportedly blocking civilians from leaving the shrinking areas under their control.

  • Indore: Shri Gujarati Samaj holds annual day function

    INDORE: Shri Gujarati Samaj celebrated its 25th annual day on Friday with enthusiasm. Ex president Dhananjay Dave was the chief guest. Ex president Dr Diwakarbhal Shah and presiding officer Bharat Bavishi were the guests of honour. Principal Dr Shyamali Chatterjee welcomed guests and eminent dignitaries.  President Board of Trustees and secretary Shri Gujarati Samaj Pankaj Sanghvi congratulated the institution for their 25 successful years. The inaugural ceremony was followed by a cultural programme based

  • Indore: BRAUSS observes Ambedkar’s death anniversary with symposium

    Mhow: Dr BR Ambedkar University of Social Sciences (BRAUSS), observed the 61st death anniversary of Dr BR Ambedkar’s  (Mahaparinirvana Day) by organising a symposium on “The financial and administrative responsibilities of the state and Dr Ambedkar’s economic ideas” here on its Ambedkar Nagar campus on Tuesday.

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    Mumbai: Raees shoot at Sassoon children home stalled

    Mumbai: The shooting of the upcoming movie Raees at David Sassoon home at Matunga has been stalled after this newspaper published a report on December 4. Two officials from Mantralaya visited the observation home and CEO of the home was asked to stop the shoot.

  • Japan restarts Fukushima plant after safety shutdown

    Tokyo : Japan has restarted one of its few operating nuclear reactors after a two-month safety checkup, despite still-heated debate over atomic power following the Fukushima disaster.

  • Dutch lawmaker guilty of hate speech

    Amsterdam : A Dutch court on Friday convicted populist anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders of hate speech charges at the end of a trial he branded a politically motivated “charade” that endangered freedom of speech, reports AP.

  • 30 killed in Boko Haram attacks in NE Nigeria

    Yola : Police say two explosions have ripped through a market in northeast Nigeria’s Madagali town, and a survivor says they killed at least 30 people, reports AP.

  • Indore: Action under IPC for not having toilets at home!

    SHUJALPUR: To make the block ODF under swachchta campaign, notices have been issued to the families which do not have toilets at homes. CEO of Janpad Panchayat Shujalpur Dolly Parteti said that the notices are being served on all such families. She said that action will be taken against the families which do not start the construction of the toilet by 10 December, under sections 269, 270 and 336 of IPC, which