Free Press Journal
  • 2 killed in US train stabbing attack

    Washington: Two men were fatally stabbed on a crowded commuter train in the US city of Portland after they confronted a passenger who was “yelling a gamut of anti-Muslim and anti-everything slurs”, a police spokesman said. “It is unclear if he was directing (slurs) at specific people but witnesses told us he may have been targeting two girls described as Muslim, one wearing a ‘hijab’,” Portland police spokesman Sgt. Pete Simpson told CNN late Friday.

  • CBSE to announce Class 12th results on Sunday

    New Delhi:  The Central Bureau of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the examination results of the Senior Secondary Examination (Class 12th) on May 28th.

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    Ariana Grande to return to Manchester for charity show

    London, American pop singer Ariana Grande told fans she plans to return to Manchester where her sell-out concert Monday ended with Britain’s worst terrorist act for 12 years.

  • People are loving me and my character in Woh Apna Sa, says Ridhi Dogra

    Actress Ridhi Dogra is playing the evil Nisha in Woh Apna Sa produced by Alchemy Productions and she is getting a lot of positive response for her performance. She says,”People are loving me and also they are loving my character. There are days when I get exhausted because the character is grey; it is very taxing. You work with your lines so much, you shape the character, so you don’t just enter

  • Your daily horoscope- 27 May by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Make proper use of finances today it is likely that some imbalance of your finances might put you in trouble. Listen to the ideas of others before reacting on it. Travel may turn hectic.

  • Ujjain: City youths bag 22 gold, 11 silver medals at South Asian jump rope competition

    Ujjain: Boys and girls of Ujjain created history at the five day South Asian jump rope competition 2017, by winning 22 gold, 11silver and 1bronze medals. The jump rope competition was held in Thimphu, Bhutan from May 19 to May 23. Players of seven other countries, apart from India, participated in the competition. Sohail Patel, Shyam Jhala, Kuldeep Patidar, Sudhanshu Gothwal, Devansh Khemni, Vedant Dubey, Dushyant Shinde, Jubin Lalawat, Laots

  • Rakesh Sarna resigns as IHCL MD and CEO

    New Delhi: Tata group hospitality firm Indian Hotels Co Ltd on Friday, said its Managing Director and CEO Rakesh Sarna has resigned. Sarna has submitted his resignation as MD and CEO and as a director of the company and its associated companies for personal reasons, Indian Hotels Co Ltd (IHCL) said in a BSE filing.

  • Bhopal: MP police turn to yoga to beat stress

    Bhopal: With the suicide of Town Inspector (TI) of Gairatganj police station, Sanjay Dubey, who allegedly shot himself with his service revolver at his residence on Thursday morning, questions have again raised regarding the stress level of police personnel at ground level. Initial investigations suggest that he was under stress due to family tension which forced him to take the extreme step.

  • CBI files FIR against CBSE officials in NET scam

    New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed an FIR against Director (IT) of the CBSE Antriksh Johri, the representative of Venus Digital Service and Venus Digital Service, Kapil Soorma, besides some other unidentified officials of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in connection with the National Eligibility Test (NET) scam.

  • Indore: Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha Organises Horse Exhibition

    Indore: On the occasion of Maharana Pratap Jayanti, the organisation held horse exhibition as a part of Chetak Utsav at Dussehra Ground on Friday. ASP Amrendra Singh and Eklvaya Singh Gaur were special guests. A large number of horse breeders in the city and nearby districts presented their horses on the occasion. The famous Chetak breed mare Padma who was felicitated by Rajasthan chief minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia and Maharashtra government was

  • Indore: Appeal against goat, sheep sellers disposed of by HC vacation bench

    Indore: Families engaged in sale and purchase of goats and sheep at Gaffoor Khan ki Bajariya have got some temporary relief from eviction planned by Indore Municipal Corporation with a division bench of Madhya Pradesh high court at Indore opining that the matter needs to be decided by the writ court expeditiously on the next day of hearing, which has already been fixed.

  • Indore: Passport office sees huge response, appointments raised to 250 per day

    Indore: Right from the rollout of the Passport Seva Laghu Kendra (PSLK) in the city on February 22, it is getting an overwhelming response from passport seekers of Malwa Region. Subsequently Regional Passport Office (RPO) has further increased daily normal appointments by 50 per day with immediate effect, thereby taking the total number of appointments per day to 250. Initially PSLK was rolled out with 100 normal appointments per day.

  • BARTI plans to skill, employ 5,000 youth in next 2 years

    Mumbai: Pune-based Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Research &Training Institute (BARTI) plans to skill and employ over 5,000 youth in the next two years from the weaker section of society who are school drop-outs.

  • PM push for agro-marine sector

    Gogamukh (Assam) : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday launched the agro-marine processing scheme SAMPADA to promote food processing and promised to make the North-East the economic hub of “new India”.

  • Indore: Indore-Dahod rail project sees major progress in land acquisition

    Indore: The 204.76-km Indore-Dahod new rail line project has got major progress at ground in terms of acquisition of land in Jhabua district. It was not only completed but also handed over to railways, while in Indore district also it has made a huge progress, and in Dhar district it is in progress.