Free Press Journal
  • India Vs Australia: BCCI brokers peace with CA, withdraws its complaint

    Mumbai, Putting an end to the feud between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Cricket Australia (CA), the Indian board has decided to withdraw its complaint against visiting captain Steve Smith and batsman Peter Handscomb over the Decision Review System (DRS) issue.

  • RJ Aman act in web series No Casting No Couch – Only Ouch

    RJ Aman, who has done modelling and TV commercials in the past and is known for walking the ramp, is making his acting debut in a web series No Casting No Couch – Only Ouch. Talking about the show and his role, Aman said, “I’m portraying Kabir in the web series. He is a small town guy with big aspirations. After he comes to Mumbai, some turmoil starts happening in his life which sets him off

  • E-cigarettes may raise cancer risk

    Washington: Beware before you rejoice in smoking e-cigarettes, as a study has found significant level of cancer-causing benzene in e-cigarette vapors, when the devices are operated at high power. Benzene, a component of gasoline, has been linked to a number of diseases, including leukemia and bone marrow failure.
    It is found in urban air because of industrial emissions and unburned gasoline in exhaust and fuel tank leakages. Researchers from Portland State University in the US revealed

  • Darshan Pandya says, My character is a bit of a bad boy in Queens Hai Hum

    Television actor Darshan Pandya, who is playing a rather interesting character in Queens Hai Hum is getting quite a response about his role. Talking about it, he said, “The response I got is a little shocking, because nobody has seen me in such kind of character. All the characters I have done are general, good-boy type people. This time, even my look is very unusual for me. My character is a bit of a bad

  • Indore: Two tigresses sans Jamuna sent to Bhopal

    Indore: Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalay, commonly known as city zoo, has sent two of its tigresses to Van Vihar National Park in Bhopal as directed by Central Zoo Authority (CZA).

  • Indore: Commercial Tax Department staff threaten indefinite strike from March 16

    Indore: Amid preparation for rolling out new indirect tax regime Goods and Service Tax (GST) in the state from July 1, officials of Commercial Tax Department (CTD) have threaten to go on indefinite strike from March 16.  They have alleged that the department is ignoring their demand of wage parity.

  • Indore: I-T collects evidence to prosecute tax dodgers

    Indore: Taxmen are giving sleepless nights to tax dodgers and black money holders as the department started tightening noose around them by conducting searches and collecting evidence to initiate legal action.

  • Indore: Two held with 12 kg ganja

    Indore: The Chandan Nagar police claimed to have busted a ganja smugglers’ gang with the arrest of two on Thursday. According to sources, the Chandan Nagar police received a tip-off about the presence of ganja smugglers in the area. Policemen kept watch on suspicious people and on Thursday, they succeeded in arresting two persons and seized about 12 kg ganja worth about Rs 2.5 lakh from them.

  • Indore: VU admin warns striking daily wagers of action

    Indore: Even as students continue to suffer due to ongoing strike by non-teaching employees of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), the university administration has warned daily wagers of action if they remained on the strike with regular employees.

  • Indore: NSUI activists allegedly beaten up by Vijay Nagar TI

    Indore: Some students, belong to NSUI alleged that Vijay Nagar police station incharge has brutally beat them up. NSUI activists staged demo at Vijay Nagar CSP office demanding action against the TI. The students later they reached at Palasia CSP office and shouted slogans.

  • Indore: IMA-I seeks public support in campaign against quacks

    Indore: Continuing its campaign against quacks, Indian Medical Association-Indore (IMA-I) has appealed people to support their campaign and expose quacks who are putting life of patients in danger near their places.

  • Indore: ISSW case to be put before standing committee

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has decided to place case of Indore School of Social Work (ISSW), which violated Madhya Pradesh High Court’s order pertaining to principal’s appointment, before its standing committee.

  • Indore: Ajmera’s absconding associate Khalil nabbed

    Indore: The crime branch on Thursday arrested notorious criminal Mohammad Khalil, a resident of 93/11 Lal Gali, Pardeshipura. Khalil was the main associate of land mafia Champu Ajmera and had executed all illegal land deals of Ajmera.

  • Indore: Youth booked for raping girl

    Indore: A youth has been booked for allegedly blackmailing and raping a 20-year-old girl on Wednesday. Police are investigating the case. According to the police, the victim residing in Khandwa Road area had lodged a complaint that she was raped by one

  • Indore: Choithram School teacher wins international award

    Indore: UK-based charity ‘Teach a Man to Fish’ has announced Raminder Mac, Dean International Affairs of Choithram School, Manik Bagh as winner of Inspirational Teacher Award of School Enterprise Challenge 2016. She won the first prize in the teacher category.

  • Khatmal-e- Ishq: Sheena Bajaj seen in lead role on Sab TV

    Television actress Sheena Bajaj who was last seen in Thapki Pyar Ki would be seen in Khatmal-e-Ishq paying lead Mehek opposite Karan Mehra. she says, ” The role is very cool she is a super sexy fitness instructor who is very fun loving and friendly she is very quirky and full of spunk. She is chilled out and runs Zumba classes and trains people.  I am working very hard on my fitness  I get