Free Press Journal
  • US options on North Korea effective and overwhelming: Donald Trump

    Washington, A day after North Korea fired an intermediate range ballistic missile over Japan, President Donald Trump said he is confident that the US’ options towards North Korea are “effective and overwhelming.”  “After seeing your capabilities and commitment here today, I am more confident than ever that our options in addressing this threat are both effective and overwhelming,”

  • Shah Rukh or Salman, which Khan will play the lead in Dhoom 4?

    Mumbai: One of the blockbuster franchises, ‘Dhoom’, is back in news once again. Earlier, it was reported that Salman Khan will be roped for the villain’s role in upcoming film ‘Dhoom 4’, but according to latest reports Shah Rukh Khan’s name has been suggested.

  • UK terror threat increased to critical after Tube bomb

    London: The UK terror threat was increased from severe to critical as police continue the hunt for the person who attempted to bring carnage to a London rush-hour tube train packed with school children and commuters, officials said on Saturday. Twenty-nine people including a young boy were injured on Friday when the bomb partially detonated and sent a ball of fire along a carriage of the eastbound District Line train from Wimbledon

  • Class 2 student murdered in a school in Gurugram

    Congress terms CBI probe in Ryan murder case as ‘late decision’

    New Delhi: A day after Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)-led investigation in Ryan International School murder case, the Congress party cornered the state government for taking the decision so late.

  • Police guns down two criminals in Uttar Pradesh

    Noida: Police killed two criminals and arrested three others in two separate encounters in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday. In Sahibabad, police busted an extortion racket and gunned down two criminals, one of whom was involved in the murder of a Bharatiya Janata Party leader in Delhi and carried a bounty of Rs one lakh.

  • Two militants killed in J&K as Army foils infiltration bid

    Srinagar, Two militants were killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district on Saturday and a huge stash of arms recovered as the Army foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC).

  • Zee TV’s new show ‘Dil Dhoondta Hai’ to explore Mumbai’s chawl life

    Mumbai: A new Hindi television show set in Mumbai’s ‘chawl’ attempts to question the pros and cons of community living. The Zee TV show, titled “Dil Dhoondta Hai”, aims to highlight the struggles of the Indian middle class whose dreams surpass the boundaries of the small houses they reside in.

  • 11 minor girls from Madhya Pradesh rescued from Tamil Nadu, two arrested

    Bhopal: At least 11 teenage girls from Madhya Pradesh’s Dindori district were rescued from Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu where they were taken by two people on the pretext of providing them good jobs. The Madhya Pradesh Police on special inputs arrested the two persons for allegedly luring the girls on the pretext of job in a thread factory. The accused said that they get a commission of Rs. 500 on each girl.

  • Parsons Green Terror Attack: 29 injured in London ‘bucket bomb’ attack claimed by ISIS

    London, An improvised explosive device (IED) exploded on a packed underground train at a London station today, injuring at least 29 people in the fifth terrorist attack this year, which Prime Minister Theresa May said was “clearly intended to cause significant harm”. The attack was claimed by the Islamic State terror group. “The bombing on a metro in London was carried out by a detachment of the Islamic State,” it said in a statement

  • Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir

    Jammu: Pakistan rangers on Saturday violated ceasefire along the international border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir targeting Indian positions, killing livestock and damaging several properties. The rangers resorted to shelling and firing in Arnia sub-sector of Jammu district using mortars, automatics and small arms, a police official said.

  • WOW! Kajol shares a cute picture on the occasion of her son Yug’s 7th birthday

    Looks like Kajol is one of the coolest star mothers around. Hearing her experiences about raising her children, daughter Nysa and son Yug, always makes for a nice read in her interviews. And now there’s a pictorial evidence of her coolness too! Two days ago, her son Yug turned seven and on this happy occasion, she posted a lovely picture on her official Twitter handle. It features her posing with her cute

  • Aamir Khan’s grungy, rough-n-tough look from Thugs Of Hindostan leaked

    Aamir Khan is a perfectionist and he always tries to have a distinct look in each of his films. And the look is always something that increases the hype for his films. Whether it’s his paunch in Dangal or the nude look in PK or his six-pack and tonsured look in Ghajini, the superstar always finds new ways to surprise the audiences. Aamir Khan’s grungy, rough-n-tough look from Thugs Of Hindostan leaked.

  • WOW! Salman Khan honoured with Noble Diversity Award in United Kingdom

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was honoured with the Noble Diversity award by United Kingdom’s member of parliament Keith Vaz in London today. Salman also visited the British Parliament. Talking exclusively to Bollywood Hungama’s Faridoon Shahryar, Salman Khan said, “It’s a great honour. There is a big Asian population here in UK and I’m grateful to my fans.”

  • Ujjain: SPs asked by DGP to ensure safety of school children

    Ujjain: State DGP Rishi Kumar Shukla said that all suspected activities pertaining to sexual harassment of school-going girls and boys should be under scanner and superintendents of police have been asked to ensure safety of the students.

  • Ujjain: Cultural events, competitions lined up during 5-day Uma-Sanjhi festival

    Ujjain: The Uma-Sanjhi festival organised every year for preserving and promotion of Malawi folk traditions will begin at the premises of Mahakaleshwar temple on Saturday. The festival will host a series of events including cultural programmes every evening for five days, various competitions, bhajan and kirtan among others. The festival will conclude with the procession of Uma-mata on Thursday.

  • Ujjain: 10-day training course on research methodology concludes

    Ujjain: A 10-day training course on research methodology in social sciences, organised by School of Studies in Economics, Vikram University, concluded in presence of chief guest VU vice-chancellor SS Pandey on Friday.