Free Press Journal
  • US-led campaign against IS killed 352 civilians: Pentagon

    Washington: The Pentagon said on Sunday at least 352 civilians were killed as a result of US-led campaign against the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria from August 2014 to March 2017.

  • International Labour Day: PM Modi salutes Indian workers

    New Delhi: Today is International Labour Day, also known as International Worker’s Day or May Day. It is observed on this day every year to promote and encourage the international labour associations.

  • Delhi: Three killed, one constable injured in gang war

    New Delhi: At least three people, including a Delhi Police Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) were killed and a constable was injured last night in a gang-war in Delhi’s Mianwali area. Bhupendra, who has several criminal cases registered against him, was sitting in a car with his friend Arun along with his Public Safety Officer (PSO) Vijay and constable Kuldeep.

  • Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari’s house attacked, 2 arrested

    New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Monday arrested two persons in connection with the attack on Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari’s house.  The arrested include Jay Kumar, 38, and his brother Jaswant Singh, 33.

  • Mumbai: Signal glitch delays trains on the Central line

    Mumbai: Trains were delayed on the Central line on Sunday yet again. This time the delay was due to a defect in the signalling system near Parsik tunnel situated in Kalva.

  • Bhopal: Woman dragged out of car, molested at Bairagarh

    Bhopal: A 21-year-old woman travelling in her car was allegedly stopped by car-borne four men and molested after being dragging out of her car late in the night on Saturday at Bairagarh. The accused were trying to drag her into their car but was saved by her known people coming behind in their car. A case was registered against the accused but no arrests have been made so far.

  • Bhopal: Farmers stage black flag protest in front of Krishi Rath

    Manawar: Scores of agitated farmers from Jajamkhedi and Kuradakhal villages in Manawar tehsil on Sunday staged protest in front of Krishi Rath. Farmers displayed black flags and submitted memorandum to the officials who were present on the occasion.

  • Bhopal: Alumni meet at Career College

    BHOPAL: Alumni meet was organised on Sunday at the auditorium of Career College and Career College of Law. On the occasion, some passed out students of batches from 1984 to 2014 participated and made the programme more enjoyable.

  • Sanjeeda Sheikh doesn’t want to work with hubby Aamir

    Actors Aamir Ali and Sanjeeda Sheikh became a household name through their onscreen chemistry in popular 2007 show “Kya Dill Mein Hai”. However, Sanjeeda says the real life couple has not been offered another fiction show together and even she is not ready to do another daily soap with her husband. “No, we haven’t been offered any fiction show together after ‘Kya Dill Mein Hai’, but we have been offered many non-fiction shows,” Sanjeeda

  • Bhopal: ‘Shair-e-Malwa’ to poet Wahid Khan

    Dhar: Noted poet of Dhar, Wahid Khan (Pathan) was felicitated in a literary programme held at Pritamlal Dua auditorium in Indore recently.

  • A perfect relationship is between two imperfect people, says Mohit Suri

    Filmmaker Mohit Suri is gearing up to the launch his new movie Half Girlfriend and he is doing what he does best: Portray impossible love stories with a lot of drama and amplified emotions. Shraddha Kapoor is his muse, is a poster girl for today’s girl both modern and vulnerable. Arjun Kapoor comes out of his image of a Punjabi munda to play a Bihari boy in this one. The director hopes to use his rustic charm

  • Bhopal: Toddler burnt with hot iron to cure disease

    Guna: As part of a superstitious ritual to cure pneumonia, a six-month-old child was branded with a hot iron by a tantric (superstition practitioner) in Kankarwas village near Madhusudhangarh, about 90 kilometre from Guna district headquarters.

  • CHILD under 14 can work in a familiy enterprise

    Week-long drive to eradicate child labour from Mumbai launched

    Mumbai: The Women and Child Welfare department of Maharashtra state has launched a week-long campaign to spread awareness to “say no to child labour.” The campaign, which has been assisted by Mumbai police and a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) Pratham, has been launched on April 29 and will culminate on May 6.

  • Bhopal experiences dust storm, light rain

    BHOPAL: With a sudden change in the weather since last two days, the city on Sunday witnessed dust-storm with light rainfall in the evening. There were also some clouds looming over Bhopal which the officials of Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Bhopal, claimed was due to pre-monsoon activity.