Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Passion helped Mona Jain to become what she wanted

    Indore: Passion can overcome all obstacles in life. Mona Jain, 42, has proved it. Mona was born in Indore and spent her childhood in Abu, Rajasthan. Surrounded by beauty of mountains, she would spend hours capturing the beautiful valley on her canvas. “I wanted to become an artist, a painter, ever since I first held…

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  • Indore: Meeting clients, having meals tied Poonam and Anand in matrimony

    Indore: When destiny has a plan, then two people meet and their paths coincide overlooking cultural and customary differences. Find their destiny together, Poonam, the 35-year-old manager (operations) at a multi-national company Poonam and Anand Tiwari, the 37-year-old senior manager (quality) at an MNC met in Indore in 2001 and never parted ways. Born in…

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  • Indore: Cuddle Corner; Finding best friends in pets

    Indore: Love teaches true lessons of life and transforms existence into experience. Growing up surrounded by peacocks, deer, rabbits, pigeons and chickens in 90s, 34-year-old petrol pump owner Durgesh Gole loves animals dearly and has built a separate house for 10 dogs near his workplace other than two dogs that still at his house. More…

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  • Indore: These biz women faced cash crunch, competition but managed FY-2017

    Indore: Every business has battled to maintain profits through the cash crunch following implementation of Goods and Service Tax (GST). Discussing they took the challenge of understanding and filing GST and remained afloat through FY-2017, city women entrepreneurs shared their business story with Free Press. A tough month of GST, finally settled Since my business is…

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  • Indore: ‘Crayons form sweetest part of our life’

    Indore: From exploring, observing to creating and colouring their own designs, crayons colours are the first mode of expression for most people. With an opportunity to colour alphabets and animals, crayon colours become an essential part of childhood. Though pencil colours are easier to use, crayons used for the first time are never forgotten. National…

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  • Indore: Journey to theatre has been hard says Antim Markandey

    Indore: Creativity takes courage, but gives immense happiness in return for it. With courage to choose creativity over materialistic life, 27-year-old actor Antim Markandey has made his place on silver screen. Markandey, who is from city, will enact in the play, ‘The play that goes wrong’, which will be staged in the city in April this…

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  • Indore: Cinema paved way for their union

    Indore: When two people are meant to be together, then they find each other beyond borders of region, religion, language, profession, age and state. Often love is what teaches us to be inclusive and accept life in every form. Finding their destined half, 28-year-old artist Akanksha Agrawal hailing from Indore and 32-year-old Lieutenant Commander in…

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  • Indore: World Poetry Day: Speak, for your tongue is free

    Indore: From initiating heart-warming feelings to starting revolutionary dialogues, poetry’s powerful impact on human psyche still inspires poets to continue penning their feelings. Twisting sentences into rhyming verses, many poets in the city remain unrecognised for their work. Though many have proclaimed themselves as experts by creating hype on social media using plagiarist content, a…

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