Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Devotees take dip in Kshipra on Shani Jayanti

    Ujjain: Hundreds of devotees thronged Shani temple located on Indore Road and took a dip in river Kshipra on the occasion of Shani Jayanti coupled with ‘amavasya’ while married women performed ‘vatsavitri pujan’ on Tuesday. Devotees complained about stinky and muddy water of river Kshipra while taking a dip on Ramghat, Triveni, Mangalnath ghat and Siddhnath ghat.

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    Inder Kumar’s wife Pallavi opens up on alleged suicide video that has gone viral

    Inder Kumar’s death shocked one and all in Bollywood and there was a lot of controversy surrounding it too. Though he succumbed to heart attack, his close ones alleged that he could not take pressures of this unforgiving industry, Bollywood, and hence died ultimately, a broken man. Just recently a video of his went viral, where a drunken Inder is talking to camera…sobbing. He is seen apologising

  • 3 dead, 1 injured in sword attack on Indonesia police headquarters

    Jakarta: Indonesian authorities said today they shot and killed four men who staged an attack on a police headquarters that left one officer dead and several wounded. The group slammed a minivan into a gate at the station in Riau on Sumatra island and then attacked officers with samurai swords, according to the country’s national police.

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    Swara Bhasker: If I don’t take bed rest now, will be resting for two whole months

    B-Towns badass babe Swara Bhasker will be out of action for a certain period of time as she has been diagnosed with a severe case of a slipped disc. The Veere Di Wedding star might probably miss out on promoting her upcoming movie as doctors have strictly advised her bed rest for the next 10 days.

  • Indore: Winds, rains give relief from heat; weatherman calls it pre-monsoon activity

    Indore: Light rains accompanied by gusty winds provided much needed relief from intense heat and humidity to local residents on Tuesday evening. Weatherman called it a pre-monsoon activity. The day remained sunny and hot till afternoon. At about 3.pm, the clouds appeared. Light rains followed, which lent relief.

  • Andhra Pradesh: Search operation on for over 30 feared drowned as boat capsizes in Godavari

    Vijayawada: Rescue operations continue on Wednesday in the Godavari River in Andhra Pradesh where over 30 people are feared drowned after a launch capsized last evening. Personnel from the Indian Navy traced the launch which is said to be at a depth of 60 feet. Rescue workers were trying to break open the windows to pull out the bodies, an official said.

  • Indore: Dangerous buildings to be pulled down ahead of monsoon

    Indore: Nearly one-and-a-half-months after Hotel MS building collapsed killing 10 people near Sarvate bus stand, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) decided to demolish all the dangerous buildings in the city ahead of monsoon. The decision was taken in a meeting chaired by municipal commissioner Ashish Singh on Tuesday.  Singh was told that the city has 166 dangerous buildings, which were identified in a survey carried out after Hotel MS building collapse incident.

  • Indore: Four deans nominated in DAVV apex body 

    Indore: Raj Bhawan has nominated four more members in the executive council of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) taking the figure to 18 in the 22-member body. “Chancellor Anandiben Patel on Tuesday nominated four more members in dean’s category in the EC,” said vice-chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad.

  • Bangladesh SC upholds bail to former PM Khaleda Zia in graft case

    Dhaka: Bangladesh’s former prime minister Khaleda Zia, serving a five-year jail term in a corruption case, was today granted bail by the country’s Supreme Court, which upheld a high court order in her favour. Her lawyers, however, said that the verdict was unlikely to bring Zia out of prison as her bail pleas in six other cases against her were pending hearing.

  • Indore: DAVV exams clash with CS tests, students demand change in exam schedule

    Indore: Many students of LLB and BBA course of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya are in a fix. Their university exams are clashing with company secretary (CS) exams. The students have demanded from the university to change their exam dates which are coinciding with CS exams so that they don’t miss any of the two exams.

  • Madhya Pradesh: Saying ‘Jai Hind’ to answer roll call made mandatory in schools

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh government has announced that from now onwards, it is mandatory for the school students in the state to answer their roll-call with “Jai Hind”. The education department stated that this step will instil a sense of patriotism among the students, read an official statement.