Free Press Journal
  • No sign of rain, day temp rises Total rainfall: 5.5 inches

    Indore : All eyes are set on the sky but there are no signs of relief though the regional meteorological department had forecast occurrence of moderate to heavy rains two days back.

  • Police called suspect in newsroom rampage no threat in 2013: Report

    Annapolis : The man accused of killing five people at a Maryland newspaper was investigated five-years ago for a barrage of menacing tweets against staff members, but a detective concluded he was no threat, and the paper didn’t want to press charges for fear of inflaming the situation, according to a police report released on Friday.

  • Pvt schools cannot change uniforms before 5 years

    BHOPAL : Tightening noose over private schools, school education department has issued notification and barred private schools from making any change in their uniforms before five years.

  • Heritage lovers hail new UNESCO tag for city

    Mumbai : As two building clusters of Victorian Gothic and Art Deco architectural styles in Mumbai were on Saturday jointly inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List, heritage lovers in the city welcomed the development.


    New Delhi : The Finance Ministry on Saturday advertised that it is looking for a new Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) in lieu of the resignation of Dr Arvind Subramanian to return to the United States.

  • Indian challenge ends in Malaysia

    Kuala Lumpur : India’s top shuttlers P V Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth went down fighting in their respective women’s and men’s singles semi-finals to draw the curtains on the team’s campaign at the USD 700,000 Malaysia Open Super World Tour 750 tournament here on Saturday.

  • Cong launches ‘Unfollow Trolls Challenge’

    NEW DELHI: The Congress on Saturday launched an “Unfollow Trolls Challenge” and urged PM Modi to unfollow trollers on Twitter, who abuse, harass and give threats to people on internet. Radhika Khera, National Media Coordinator of Congress, nominated Modi and Union Minister Piyush Goyal for the challenge and called upon them to unfollow their abusive trolls.  “Tired of online trolls, the women (and a few men) of the Congress social media team

  • Prez Trump to move quickly on SC nominee

    Morristown (US) :  Powering forward with a decision that could reshape the Supreme Court for decades, President Donald Trump has said he will announce his choice to succeed retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy on July 9.

  • MP High Court issues notice to Makhanlal varsity

    BHOPAL : The recruitment of class three employees in Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication is in the news again. This time because MP High Court has issued a notice to its officials to explain irregularities in the recruitment and has given them six weeks to respond.

  • Two dead, three hurt in mishap on Airoli bridge

    Mumbai : Two youth were dead and three were injured when an overspeeding Honda City car rammed into a trailer on Mulund-Airoli bridge near Bhandup pumping station at the Eastern Express Highway on Saturday morning.

  • Extortion case: Charge sheet filed against Dawood, Iqbal and Anees

    Thane: The city police has filed a charge sheet against fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim and his brothers Iqbal Kaskar, and Anees Ibrahim in connection with an extortion case filed on the complaint by a prominent builder last year.

  • Rape, assault filmed; three booked in AP

    Amaravati : Two youths were arrested on Saturday for allegedly raping an engineering student in Krishna district two years ago and filming the act on their mobile phone, police said. A third person was also arrested in the case as he allegedly received a copy of the video clip on his mobile and started blackmailing the girl’s family for money, they said. P Krishna Vamsi and K Siva Reddy, two engineering graduates,

  • Not up to US to decide on Assange asylum: Envoy

    Quito : It’s not up to Washington to decide the fate of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Ecuador’s top diplomat has said, following the visit of US Vice President Mike Pence.

  • Bumrah, Sundar out of T20 series against England

    Dublin : In a blow to India’s preparations for the challenging tour of England, key pacer Jasprit Bumrah and off-spinner Washington Sundar were on Saturday ruled out of the Twenty20 series, starting Tuesday, due to injuries.