Free Press Journal
  • Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistan violates ceasefire in Arnia

    R S Pura: The Pakistan Army on Thursday resorted to unprovoked firing with small arms and mortars around midnight in Arnia area of Jammu and Kashmir’s R S Pura sector. The Border Security Force (BSF) also retaliated heavily.

  • Indore: Making his school & parents proud, the Aaryn way

    Indore: Aspiring to become a champion, 10-year-old Aaryn Anand is making his way to the top in roller fast speed. He won three more gold at All-India Inter Public School Skating Competition recently. While competing among intermediate skaters from all over the country, Aaryn embraced the challenge with a smile. Before this, he had over 60 medals and trophies in various competitions of skating and swimming challenges. Bringing glory to Daly College

  • Indore City gets two special trains for Mumbai, New Delhi

    Indore: The Western railway will run two special trains with special fare for New Delhi-Sarai Rohilla and Mumbai soon. The Sarai Rohilla train will run via Fatehabad with LHB coaches. The booking for the train would start soon. The railways has taken this step to control passenger rush during the festive season. General Manager of Western Railway AK Gupta has assured to roll start two special trains for New Delhi and Mumbai.

  • Mamata Banerjee practicing ‘politics of appeasement’: BJP

    New Delhi: After Calcutta High Court yesterday slammed the Mamata Banerjee-led Government over its recent notification on Durga idol immersion, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that the Chief Minister has no capacity to maintain law and order situation in the state and is following an appeasement policy.

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    Mexico earthquake: All Indians are safe, says Sushma Swaraj

    New York: In the wake of high magnitude tremors jolting Mexico yesterday, External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said that that all Indians in Mexico are safe.

  • Indore: Chaos due to absence of signals, cops

    Indore: Imli Bazaar Square at busy Netaji Subhash Marg always poses problems for road users. Due to mismanagement and absence of traffic signal, commuters pass through the square without slowing down vehicles for a while. Accidents are a common sight here. Due to influx of large number of vehicles and absence of traffic signals, managing road traffic here is an uphill task for a lone policeman.

  • Indore: FIEO to hold workshop on post-GST session

    Indore: In the wake of problems being faced by exporters and importers following launching of GST, a comprehensive workshop on ‘Post-GST Session’ is going to be held 00on September 28. Federation of Indian Exporters Organisation (FIEO) was receiving enquiries from members on doubts/clarification and concerns regarding its impact on their export-import business, as a number of significant developments have taken place since roll out of the GST. Thus to resolve all such

  • Mumbai Rains: City airport resumes main runway operations

    Mumbai: Aircraft movements at the main runway of the Mumbai airport was restored last night after the airport operator removed the SpiceJet aircraft which had skidded after landing amid heavy rains on Tuesday.

  • Indore: Knowledge and satisfaction within us: Tathagata

    Indore: An NGO organised an inter-school debate competition on the topic ‘Life satisfaction is a matter of choice’ at Pritam Lal Dua auditorium on Wednesday. Weighing pros and cons of being satisfied, students from various schools expressed their opinion. Students speaking for the motion discussed how satisfaction helps in leading a calm life. Speaking against the motion, some students explained that satisfaction would lead to ‘laziness’.

  • Hurricane Maria knocks out power across Puerto Rico

    San Juan: Hurricane Maria, the most powerful storm to make a direct hit on Puerto Rico in almost a century, has ravaged the island and knocked out electricity supply across the island, the media reported.

  • Indore: ‘Creation of charm in ourselves is result of using specific skills’

    Indore: Some people are naturally charming, which gives them edge over others. But charm is not a mystical ingredient that is found in our genes. Creation of charm in us is the result of using specific skills to our advantage, said Claudia Joshi, a freelance corporate trainer here on Wednesday while addressing an evening talk show organised by Indore Management Association (IMA).

  • Iran President Hassan Rouhani fights back at US President Donald Trump over nuclear deal

    United Nations: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said his country will preserve an international deal on Iran’s nuclear program but decisive response would be made to possible violation by the US. “I declare before you that the Islamic Republic of Iran will not be the first country to violate the agreement. But it will respond decisively and resolutely to its violation by any party,” Rouhani told the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, Xinhua

  • North Korea shrugs off Donald Trump threat as ‘dogs bark’

    Seoul: North Korea’s foreign minister has brushed aside US President Donald Trump’s fiery threat to destroy his nation, comparing it to a “dog’s bark” and suggesting Pyongyang would not be deterred by the rhetoric.

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    Indore: Crime Round Up: Man stabbed by three, critical

    Indore: A 32-year-old man was stabbed by three unidentified persons while he was returning home on Yeshwant Niwas Road, on Tuesday night. According to Tukoganj police, Pushkar works as a cook at Mocha Bar and was returning home when three mobike persons stabbed him. The eyewitness and victim’s co-worker Israel Patel said that after completing his shift when Pushkar was returning home, he was stopped by the three accused. Later two of

  • Deepika Padukone looks ‘pure royalty’ in first look poster of ‘Padmavati’

    New Delhi: Hold your breath guys! Deepika Padukone’s first look as Rani Padmavati is out and it is surely a perfect sync with the commencement of the auspicious festival of Navratras. The Mastani of Bollywood star took to Twitter and shared the first look of herself from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus ‘Padmavati’.

  • Indore: Intermittent rain offers respite from humidity

    Indore: Intermittent rains hit the city on Wednesday but failed to pull down temperature, which was hovering above 33 degrees Celsius. With the current spell of rains, the season’s total rainfall reached 825 mm (32.4 inches), which is 100mm less than the average rainfall. The city had witnessed over 900 mm rainfall during this time last year.

  • Rahul Gandhi attacks Centre over intolerance, says divisive forces ruining nation’s reputation

    New York: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi in a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government said that incumbently divisive politics is being practiced in India. While addressing a gathering at Times Square in New York, Gandhi said that people around the globe are questioning that why tolerance level in India is reducing and where is that harmony which once prevailed.

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    Mumbai: Be ready for silent Garba to be performed with headphones in Malad this Navratri

    Mumbai: Nine days of dancing, twisting and turning to tunes of Garba and Dandiya is all set to begin as the city gears up for the much awaited Navratri festival. Engrossed in tradition and decked up in culture, folks of all religion, caste and race are prepared to celebrate Navratri starting from September 21 till 30.