Free Press Journal
  • Coming Soon? Malaika Arora all set to launch fitness app

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress and model Malaika Arora is ready to share the secret of her beautiful, toned body. According to sources, Malaika will soon launch an app, which is scheduled to be out by year-end.

  • Opposition a divided house over Presidential election, says BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that the Opposition is a divided house over the Presidential elections as many of its partners have extended support to ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidate Ram Nath Kovind.

  • World population to hit 9.8bn by 2050: United Nations

    United Nations: The world’s total population is expected to hit 9.8 billion by 2050 despite universal lower fertility rates, the UN said in a report. The world population is now at least 7.6 billion, up from 7.4 billion last year, spurred by the relatively high levels of fertility in developing countries — despite an overall drop in the number of children people have around the globe, the report World Population Prospects: The 2017 Revision

  • Minor raped in Aligarh, locals lynch accused to death

    Aligarh: A man who allegedly raped and murdered a minor girl was lynched by the locals to death in Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh district. The incident took place yesterday in Aligarh’s Bheekamapur village when a man raped and then murdered a six-year-old girl, following which the locals killed the accused for his heinous act.

  • Queen unveils government agenda in scaled-down Parliament opening

    London: Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday unveiled the government’s scaled-down agenda in her speech dominated by a host of proposed new laws designed to deliver a “smooth and orderly” divorce from the EU amid the political uncertainty after Prime Minister Theresa May’s poll debacle. At the State Opening of Parliament, the Queen’s Speech, which is prepared by the government of the day and read out by the 91-year-old monarch, laid out the

  • Bleeding Mumbai needs more blood donors

    Mumbai: The blood and components of the blood which is said to be an essential element of the human body can be used for giving a new lease of life to someone by donating few liters of blood or blood platelets. According to the health experts, medical science has advanced to a level where artificial limbs can be prepared from the body parts but still, blood cannot be prepared or produce for

  • BJP says nobody takes Congress’ Sanjay Nirupam seriously

    New Delhi/Haldwani: Taking a jibe at Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam for asking veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan to withdraw from the Goods and Services Tax (GST) campaign, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said nobody takes Nirupam seriously.

  • Shah Rukh meets-and-greets all the Sejals of Ahmedabad

    New Delhi: When it comes to adopting unique ideas to promote a movie, SRK is someone who always leads the pack and he has done it again with the promotion of his upcoming movie ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’.

  • Yoga

    Ujjain: Madhav College organises yoga session

    Ujjain: A yoga session was held in premises of Government Madhav College. Yoga expert Manohar Sharma, Virendra Guliya and MG Supekar were special guests.The programme was presided over by principal Dr BS Makkad. Principal of Government Law College Dr SN Sharma was the chief guest.

  • Ujjain: Admin prepares blue-print before Shravan-sawari

    Ujjain: Important decisions were taken for Mahakaleshwar Sawari taken out in Hindu months of Shravan and Bhadra. Mahakal Temple Management Committee has sought suggestions from prominent citizens.

  • Stabbing at US airport is an act of terror: FBI

    Washington: The Federal Bureau of Investigation has said it is probing a stabbing of a police officer at a US airport as an “act of terror”. The suspect is in custody. The incident occurred on Wednesday morning at the Michigan airport. The suspect was identified as a Canadian resident, Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Ujjain: International Yoga Day observed with full energy

    Ujjain: Several organizations held group yoga sessions across the district to mark International Yoga Day on Wednesday. Students of government and private schools participated in large numbers. A district level programme of yoga was organised in premises of Kalidas Academy by district education department. Messages of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan were also read out.

  • Ujjain: Irked residents extend support to road widening drive

    Ujjain: Ujjain Municipal Corporation on Wednesday intensified demolition drive for widening of roads in Kartik chowk. Municipal commissioner Ashish Singh visited the area to take stock of progress. Despite expressing reservations over timing, residents are cooperating with the drive.

  • Ujjain: 12-hr long marathon music event held

    Ujjain: World Music Day was celebrated in unique way with 12-hour-long marathon performance by over 200 budding and established local artists at Sankul hall, Kalidas Academy. Ujjain has a rich history of music artists, prominent among them are world famous Dhrupad singers Umakant Gundecha and Ramakant Gundecha, popularly known as Gundecha bothers.

  • Bhopal: Harshwardhan Nagar residents demand nullah cleaning before monsoon

    Bhopal: The Harshwardhan Nagar which is located near Mata Mandir square has a nullah passing through it. It starts overflowing in rainy season and creates problems for the residents. The residents are worried now as the monsoon will hit the state in a week and the nullah and the surrounding areas are filled with filth and waste materials. Their requests to authorities for cleaning the nullah fell on deaf ears.