Free Press Journal
  • Deepika Padukone gets Choice Movie Actress nod at 2017 Teen Choice Awards

    New Delhi : The start of 2017 has been nothing but great for Deepika Padukone. We saw her big Hollywood debut in ‘XxX: Return of Xander Cage,’ which garnered her appreciation from everyone and things are getting better and better for her.

  • FIR registered in Cabinet Secretary fake letter case

    New Delhi: The Delhi Police have registered an FIR in the Cabinet Secretary fake letter case after receiving a complaint from the under secretary of Cabinet Secretariat. The FIR was registered under Indian Penal Code (IPC) Sections 469, 471, 465, 466 and 505.

  • ‘Jumanji’ sequel features tribute to Robin Williams

    Los Angeles: Actor Jack Black revealed that Robin Williams will appear in the new “Jumanji” movie. The 47-year-old star said “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” features a tribute to the late Oscar winner. In the original film, Williams played Alan Parrish, a man trapped in Jumaji for twenty-six years.

  • Bhopal: Three engineering students drown in Ghodapachad dam

    Bhopal: Three students of a private engineering college drowned while bathing in Ghodapachad dam on Monday in Bilkhiriya locality here. The deceased had gone to the dam to take bath with five of their friends when the tragedy happened. Police have recovered bodies of two deceased while the body of third one is still missing, police said.

  • Bhopal: Face of Akashkot will change: Collector

    Umaria: The Akashkot area would be transformed with the joint efforts of the government and society. If we put our heads together, discuss things and thrash out issues, things will change – they are bound to.

  • IT Deparment seizes benami properties of Misa Bharti, Tejaswi Yadav

    New Delhi: The Income-Tax (IT) department on Monday seized benami properties of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav’s daughter Misa Bharti, son-in-law Shailesh Kumar and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Yadav. Earlier the IT department had issued two summonses to Misa, but after she failed to appear, the IT department proceeded to seize the properties which were raided in May.

  • Manav Gohil excited for ‘Tenali Rama’

    Mumbai: Actor Manav Gohil is looking forward to being part of upcoming TV show “Tenali Rama”. Manav will be seen essaying the role of Krishnadevraya, the King of Vijaynagar empire, in the comedy drama. The show will air on SAB TV from July.

  • Bhopal: Waterlogging stares at Saket Nagar residents

    Bhopal: With the state gearing up to welcome rain for the current season and residents waiting for a relief from scorching heat, there are a few reasons which may cause concern for the residents in city’s one of the prominent colonies Saket Nagar. Residents of Saket Nagar have faced the problem of waterlogging time and again and this year also they do not find any changes in the scenario. Owing to improper drainage

  • Bhopal: Grand finale marks end of Laxmibai Matyrdom Fair

    Gwalior: Satyki Savarkar, a close kin of VD Savarkar was feted with Krantiveer Parivar Samman and Veerangana Samman was conferred on country’s first IAF pilot and Shaurya Chakra awardee Gunjan Saxena for the display of exemplary courage by her during the Kargil war by Prof Kaptan Singh Solakni, the Governor of Haryana at the concluding function of the Veerangana Laxmibai Martyrdom Fair here on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: Primary probe report holds five officers responsible for mishap

    Bhopal: In the primary report of Balaghat district collector has stated carelessness of five officers led to blast in cracker factory on June 7 in which 26 people were killed. The report has been sent to the divisional commissioner for further action. Collector Bharat Yadva informed that on June 7, a blast occurred in cracker factory situated in village Samnapur-Khari, around 10 kilometres away from Balagaht Kotwali police station.

  • Bhopal: ‘Land records being manipulated by software company’

    Bhopal: The incompetent software company, which is doing the digitisation of land records, is creating problems for the collectors and also manipulating the land records, alleged Vinayak Parihar of Vichar Padhya Pradesh while talking to media, here on Monday.
    Earlier National Informatics Centre was given the contract for digitising land records, but the state government has given the contract to Digital India on public private partnership, Parihar said.

  • Indore: Christian members stage protest at police station

    Mhow: Members of Christian community from Mhow on Sunday staged a protest in front of Mhow police station and demanded immediate arrest of the accused who allegedly manhandled the Father.

  • Indore: Onion farmers face difficulty at mandi

    MhowOnion farmers of Mhow and its neighbouring areas are facing difficulties these days while selling their produce due to faulty token system.

  • Indore: 5 arrested, 3 absconding; Rs 10 lakh recovered

    Alirajnpur: With the arrest of five persons, Alirajpur police claimed to have cracked the Rs 30 lakh loot case. The amount was stolen from an unguarded cash van of a cooperative bank.

  • Bhopal: Qura opens diagnostic suite in city

    Bhopal: Qura Diagnostics and Research Centre opened its first diagnostic suite in city on Sunday. Mayor Alok Sharma inaugurated the centre and said “he was happy that such a world class institution is opening its first diagnostic suite in the city.”

  • Mumbai: Fake BMC clean-up marshals rob man of Rs 11,000, arrested

    Mumbai: Clean-up marshals of BMC are authorised to fine citizens for urinating, spitting, and littering in public places. However, two people posed as clean-up marshals and allegedly looted a man of Rs 11,000 in Ghatkopar and were later arrested with-in minutes.