Free Press Journal
  • Make necessary changes to film, Vasundhara Raje urges Irani

    Jaipur : Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has written to the Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani, urging her to ensure that ‘Padmavati’ is not released without necessary changes to the film. Raje also said that the Censor Board should consider all possible results before certifying the film, a day after the Board sent the film back to its makers because the application for the certification was “incomplete”.

  • Externed criminal arrested

    Indore : A criminal, who was externed from the district for nine months, was arrested by city crime branch from Lasudiya area on Saturday.

  • Despite CM getting involved, Rape survivor’s wait for justice continues

    Initially, a statement was recorded by Dindoshi police in May 2016 and then a FIR was filed by Charkop police station after a delay of five months since the place and crime of offence was under their jurisdiction. Mohan Krishnan (in pic), President of National Anti-Corruption and Crime Preventive Council said, “The victim’s medical examination was done after a delay of 21 days since there was no woman police constable at the

  • Sitharaman stokes row over Coast Guard firing incident

    Chennai : Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday ruffled feathers of political leaders and fishermen organisations with her claim that distanced the Coast Guard from a firing incident off the Rameswaram coast earlier this week in which two fishermen were injured.

  • Argentinean submarine missing, 44 on board

    ARA San Juan was en route back to its base in the city of Mar del Plata in the Buenos Aires province when it went missing. A number of countries have offered their assistance in uncovering the lost submarine.

  • ‘India’s pace attack top class’

    Kolkata : Sri Lanka all-rounder Angelo Mathews has rated India’s pace attack comprising Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Umesh Yadav as top class and said that the batsmen cannot afford to relax against them.

  • Cultural fest @ Vidyasagar School: Reconfirming theory through practice

    Indore : Aimed at helping students know and also understand the world through projects and experiential learning, Vidyasagar School organised an exhibition as a part of their cultural fest and award ceremony on the school premises on Saturday.

  • RaGa answers what is ‘shameful’

    New Delhi : Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday took on Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attacking the Congress for “shameful” act of exposing Prime Minister Modi’s hand in the huge Rafale combat aircraft purchase scam.

  • Delhi leave Maharashtra in tatters

    New Delhi : Ishant Sharma gave a timely reminder to the selectors with a hostile spell of fast bowling as Delhi reduced Maharashtra to 59 for 8 after scoring a healthy 419 in the first innings of a Ranji Tropohy group D encounter.

  • War On Mosquitoes: IMC to fetch fogging machines from Bhopal

    Indore : Owing to shortage of fogging machines with Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC), Indore chapter of Indian Medical Association (IMA) will be fetching more machines from Bhopal to combat mosquitoes, the notorious origin of outbreak of vector borne diseases in city.

  • Bhendi Bazaar redevelopment project gets push from MHADA

    Mumbai : The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) who is the decision maker regarding the Bhendi Bazaar redevelopment work has ensured to speed up the pending process. Milind Mhaiskar, Vice President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MHADA, visited the Bhendi Bazaar Redevelopment Project on November 17, 2017, accompanied by Sumant Bhange – Chief Officer of Mumbai Building Repair and Reconstruction Board (MBR&R) along with other officers to understand the

  • US military reports 20,348 sexual assaults in 4 years

    Washington : The US military has reported a total of 20,348 sexual assaults from 2013 to 2016 at the country’s defence installations around the world, the Pentagon said in a new report, reports IANS.

  • District industry dept manager caught receiving Rs 15,000 bribe

    Ujjain : District commerce and industry department manager Arun Kumar Dey was on Saturday caught accepting a bribe of Rs 15,000 from a person to execute a lease deed of industrial land in his wife’s favour for opening a power loom unit.

  • Strong quake strikes Tibet

    Beijing: A strong earthquake measuring 6.9 on the Richter scale jolted the Nyingchi city and surrounding areas in Tibet, close to the border with Arunachal Pradesh, in the early hours on Saturday.