Free Press Journal
  • PM Narendra Modi asks voters in Karnataka to come out in large numbers to cast vote

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today urged voters in Karnataka to come out in large number to cast their vote.  Polling is underway in 222 out of 224 seats in Karnataka which is witnessing a three-cornered contest among the ruling Congress, the BJP and former prime minister H D Deve Gowda’s JD(S).

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    Madrid Open 2018: Rafael Nadal’s magical clay court streak ended by Thiem, loses No 1 spot

    Madrid: Rafael Nadal suffered his first clay-court defeat in almost a year when the world number one was shocked 7-5, 6-3 by Austria’s Dominic Thiem in the Madrid Masters quarter-finals. Defending champion Nadal, who came into the tournament having won both Monte Carlo and Barcelona for the 11th time, also saw his record 50-set winning streak on clay ended by the fifth-seeded Thiem.

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    Alia Bhatt blushes over question about dating Ranbir Kapoor on ‘Aap Ki Adalat’; watch video

    Alia Bhatt is keeping busy with her work schedule. The actress is currently promoting her film Raazi which adapted from a book, ‘Calling Sehmat’. From events to TV shows to reality shows, Alia Bhatt is promoting her film in full swing. The actress reached the sets of the journalist Rajat Sharma’s show Aap Ki Adalat where she made interesting revelations about viral

  • Nepal: PM Narendra Modi offers prayer at iconic Muktinath temple

     Kathmandu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today prayed at Nepal’s iconic Muktinath temple that is regarded sacred by both Hindus and Buddhists, becoming the first world leader to offer prayers there. Modi wore a Buddhist traditional red dress and carried out rituals both according to the Hindu and Buddhist tradition. After praying, he also greeted and interacted with people waiting at the temple premises.

  • Ujjain: BJP gears up for warm welcome of new State head Rakesh Singh

    Ujjain: The newly appointed State head of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Rakesh Singh, will be accorded a warm welcome to the city on Saturday, by leaders and workers of the party.  According to media in-charge Sachin Saxena, a grand rally will be organised on his arrival, in which scores of party workers and leaders will be present with their vehicles.

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    International Mother’s Day 2018: Our last minute gifting guide for every budget

    International Mother’s Day is on Sunday, May 13. Maybe you have already planned a special gift for the beautiful lady in your life. But if you are among the busy souls who probably haven’t decided the gift yet. Then fret not. Drop the notion of flowers and chocolates right now. This article is your saving grace. With few hours left for the special day, you just need to know which gifts will

  • Ujjain: Notorious IPL bookies arrested

    Ujjain: A cyber cell and crime branch team together with Chimanganj Mandi police authorities, raided a house in Premnagar Avenue on Agar Road on Thursday night, and arrested bookies betting over Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches.

  • Ujjain: Workshop on problems of daughters organised

    Ujjain: A workshop ‘smart girl to be happy to be strong’ was organised by the Bhartiya Jain Sangthan at Industrial Training Institute (ITI), in a bid to make parents understand problems faced by daughters.

  • IPL 2018: 5 Talking points from Rajasthan Royals’ win over Chennai Super Kings

    IPL 2018 is reaching its last stage and on Friday, Rajasthan Royals kept their hopes alive with a four-wicket win over Chennai Super Kings. Rajasthan played smart cricket and riding on Jos Buttler’s unbeaten 95 defeated the mighty CSK and are still hanging in the tournament.

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    Mother’s Day 2018: From Nirupa Roy to Kirron Kher, 10 iconic mothers of Bollywood

    ‘Mere Paas Maa Hai’ the iconic dialogue from the movie ‘Deewar’ (1975) where a dapper Shashi Kapoor walks up to an Angry Amitabh Bachchan and says he may not have ‘bangla, gaadi’ but he has ‘Maa’. The dialogue soon became a cult of sorts. Thanks to Bollywood, it has often portrayed ‘mother’ as a melodramatic figure. We are not exaggerating we have seen Nirupa Roy as an impoverished suffering mother in the 1970s

  • Indore: 15 city colleges told to submit proof for minority status continuity

    Indore: Minority institute status, which had been a boon for colleges till last year, is proving a bane this year. Department of Higher Education (DHE) has asked 35 colleges to submit documents supporting continuity of their minority status. The department said they will not be able to grant admissions for 2018-19 session if they fail to furnish documents.These 35 colleges including 15 colleges of city, which had minority status till last year.

  • Indore: On woman’s request, police removes video from porn website

    Indore: City crime branch on Friday managed to remove a video from a porn website after receiving a request from a woman who is a local resident. The appearance of woman in the video was the same as the woman who requested to remove it from the site. Crime branch took note and managed to remove the video.