Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Two cases of kidnapping reported

    Ujjain: Two cases of kidnapping were registered on Friday. A girl was forcefully abducted from within her house in Gondia village by three men at around 9 pm on Thursday. The girl Preeti Mali, 18, was with her sister in law Dhapubai Mali, when the kidnappers abducted the girl in a Tavera. Police caught hold of the Tavera and the driver, but did not get any clue of either the girl or

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    Nora Fatehi feels it is time to take strict action against cyber bullies

    Mumbai: Model-actress Nora Fatehi feels cyber bullies have been feeling “too safe in the cyber world for too long”, and says it is time to take strict action against them. The actress has been trolled for posting pictures on her social media accounts. She expressed her views on “MTV Troll Police”.

  • Ujjain: Governor, LS Speaker launch video conference facility at DAVV

    Indore: The much-awaited video conferencing facility of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya was inaugurated by governor and chancellor Anandiben Patel and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan at School of Journalism and Mass Communication on Friday.

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    Topless diva! Bruna Abdullah‘s open jacket and high waist bikini is a perfect spring break look

    Bruna Abdullah is a Brazilian model and a Bollywood actress but more than her films, she has fans on her social media account. She never disappoints her fans and gives fitness and hotness goals with her updates and pics on Instagram. Enjoying the long weekend, are you? Then Bruna’s new picture is like a cherry on the top! She just took to the picture sharing app and

  • Ujjain: Irked over water scarcity, residents block traffic

    Ujjain: Residents of Sandipani Nagar and Dhancha Bhawan staged protests and blocked traffic on Friday against water scarcity, lack of cleanliness arrangements and blocked drains in the area. Nearly 100 men and women came on to Agar road, with water cans and blocked traffic.

  • Statue vandalisation continues: Ambedkar statue vandalised in Allahabad

    Lucknow: A statue of Dalit icon Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was vandalised in Allahabad on Saturday, police said.  The statue with its head chopped off was found by residents at a park in the city’s Trivenipuram locality.  “We are aware of the matter and are trying to locate the suspects,” Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Allahabad Aakash Kulhari told IANS.  He said a case has been registered and ruled out any tension in

  • Ujjain: Host of religious programmes to be held on Hanuman Jayanti

    Ujjain: Hanuman Jayanti will be celebrated in the city with full devotion. Astrologers stated that this year Hanuman Jayanti falls on ‘chaitri purnima’ and which according to them will be a rare combination of the union of Saturn and Mars. Noted astrologer Anandshankar Vyas considered it bad for the nation. Several religious programmes will be held in Hanuman temples of the city on Saturday.

  • Donald Trump designates April as sexual assault awareness, prevention month

    Washington DC: United States President Donald Trump has issued an official proclamation designating April as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month. The presidential proclamation from the White House states that “Sexual assault crimes remain tragically common in our society, and offenders too often evade accountability. These heinous crimes are committed indiscriminately: in intimate relationships, in public spaces, and in the workplace,” CNN reported.

  • Bhopal: Atal varsity offers only 15 % books on mainstream subject

    Bhopal: Around half of the books in the library of the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi University serve no purpose to students as they are related to ideology of a particular politic alparty. The much sought after books on mainstream subjects of science and humanities including Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Economics, Political science are in limited number.

  • Bhopal: Decision on retirement draws mixed response

    Bhopal: The chief minister announcement of increasing retirement age from 60 to 62 years has evoked mixed response. While some employee unions have welcomed the decision saying that it will give employees their due promotion. However, there are others who claimed that the only 20 per cent employees will reap its benefit as over 75 percent employees in the state are already enjoying the higher retirement age benefit up to 65-70 years.

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    Defying community customs, tribal woman chooses her man, destiny

    Mumbai: Govindi Gudilu, a 30-year-old woman from the denotified tribe Vaidu and the first graduate of the community, wed a man outside her caste on Thursday. For anyone, it would be a just another ritual that happens more than a thousand times across the country in a day. But as Govindi shares her story and struggle she went through to get married is not a script for an ideal love story but

  • Bhopal: I don’t care about IAS or IPS, but only interest of public: Chouhan

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that for him people and their interest are foremost. “I don’t care about IAS or IPS, the only thing in my mind is the public,” said Chouhan referring to implementation of police commissionerate system.

  • Mumbai: BJP MLA alleges audio clips doctored, seeks action

    Mumbai: Ameet Satam, an MLA from Andheri, has written a letter to Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar to take action against an alleged doctored audio clip being circulated on WhatsApp regarding a telephonic conversation with a BMC engineer.