Free Press Journal
  • ‘We cherish freedom, so do animals’

    Ujjain : There are few individuals who see life from different perspective and want to make a difference. Sometimes they put aside their own interests and stake their own lives for the common good.

  • Labourer killed in Metro site mishap

    MUMBAI: In an unfortunate accident that took place early on Saturday morning, a labourer, identified as Hari Om Yadav  (21) was killed when he was hit by a crane rigger at the construction site of the ongoing Mumbai Metro-7.  The officials said he was first taken to the Balasaheb Thackeray Trauma Care Centre and then to Siddharth Municipal General Hospital, Goregaon, where he was declared dead. The MMRDA has ordered the general consultants

  • IFFI asks ‘S Durga’ maker to submit censored version

    Panaji : After a stand-off which lasted several days, IFFI organisers have now written to “S Durga” director Sanal Kumar Sasidharan asking him to submit a censored version of the film for consideration. A spokesperson for the filmmaker told IANS that the required documents and film copies would be submitted to the IFFI authorities by Saturday afternoon. A letter from Sunit Tandon, director of the 48th International Film Festival of India (IFFI),

  • Two more enter finals, Indian boxers continue rampaging run

    Guwahati : Indian boxers continued to remain an unstoppable force at the AIBA Women’s Youth World Championships with two more advancing to the final to take the total number to an unprecedented five, here on Saturday.

  • Action against Mugabe was legal, says judge

    The military’s actions in intervening to stop the takeover of Mugabe’s constitutional functions by those around him lawful , Judge Chiweshe.

  • Burglars target doctor’s house

    Ujjain : Burglars struck the house of a doctor on Friday night after blocking CCTV cameras.

  • Venezuelan Oppn leader seeks asylum in Spain

    Madrid : Venezuelan opposition leader and former metropolitan Mayor of Caracas, Antonio Ledezma, has submitted a request for political asylum in Spain, reports IANS.

  • Hockey India names 33 players for camp

    New Delhi : Hockey India on Saturday named 33 players for the Indian women’s national camp to begin in Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru from November 26.

  • BJYM to host GK contest

    Ujjain : State Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) chief Abhilash Pande here on Saturday inaugurated registration process for Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya international general knowledge competition.

  • ‘Padmavati’ row To stop shooting for 15 mins across India today

    Mumbai : As a mark of solidarity with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s controversy-hit “Padmavati”, hundreds of people – from filmmakers to workers – across the country have announced a 15-minute blackout on Sunday. The Indian Films and TV Directors’ Association (IFTDA), along with 19 other bodies of the film and TV industry from across the country will stop shooting for 15 minutes to protect the right to freedom of expression of those in

  • China successfully launches remote sensing satellites

    Beijing: China on Saturday successfully launched remote sensing satellites designed to conduct electromagnetic probes and other experiments, state media reported, reports PTI.

  • Schools to start at 8.30 am from Monday

    Ujjain : With mercury dipping to 9 degrees Celsius on Friday night, the district administration has asked all schools Aanganwadis in the district change their starting time from Monday.

  • Aarushi downs Kanak, into semis

    Mumbai : Aarushi Raut put up terrific fightback as she rallied from 0-2 to score over Kanak Arjunwalakar 3-2 in the thrilling cadet girls singles quarterfinals of the Poinsur Gymkhana’s Promotional table tennis tournament, held under their annual ‘Uttar Mumbai Krida Mahotsav-2017’,here on Saturday.

  • ‘With best wishes from India, for Rohingyas’

    New Delhi : In a bid to defuse the situation in Myanmar’s Rakhine state where violence has triggered an outflow of Rohingya refugees, India has sent relief material consisting of 3,000 family relief packs. “With best wishes from the people of India. Indian Air Force aircraft lands today in Yangon, Myanmar, with 3000 family relief packs consisting of daily essentials including rice, oil, salt, sugar, soap, etc for distribution among displaced persons

  • Cap on antibiotic use in milk, egg & animal food

    An official said the levels of antibiotic resistance in India has already risen to life-threatening levels in case of patients affected by tuberculosis and urinary.

  • Sharif, Maryam summoned for using official protocol

    Lahore : The Lahore High Court (LHC) has summoned the ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz for using official protocol, reports ANI.