Free Press Journal
  • Sonakshi in Wonderland!

    Right when the fate of one film is about to seep in, she is out with another! Sonakshi Sinha is making the most of the rabbit hole she chanced upon, totally enjoying her Wonderland… writes Shubarna Mukerji Shu. (more…)

  • District Coop Banks linked with NEFT

    Bhopal:  Process to link District Cooperative Banks in Madhya Pradesh with NEFT has been completed. As a result, amounts of wages will now be directly deposited in bank accounts of MNREGA labourers. Earlier, such payments were deposited in accounts of District Cooperative Banks electronically through e-FMS. This system was causing delay in payments.  This new system will also ensure prompt payment of assistance amounts to beneficiaries of social security schemes.

  • Suspended for having over Rs 70 cr assets!

    Bhopal : The Madhya Pradesh government has suspended a senior Revenue Department officer after he was found in possession of assets worth around Rs 70 crore, suspected to be acquired through corrupt means, reports PTI.

  • Action is in my blood: Rohit Shetty

    Director Rohit Shetty, known for unique kind of action in his film, says action is in his blood. “Both my parents were into action. I got introduced to action early. So action is in blood…it is in my DNA. There is no fear that I have,” Rohit said, according to PTI.

  • Leave Salary Taxability Remains Ambiguous

    Mr. Raj Purohit had worked in his job as Human Resources (HR) manager with the same company for over fifteen years. Then a head hunting organization identified him as an ideal candidate and a competing corporate offered him a similar position but at much better terms. Essentially, it was an offer he couldn’t refuse. Consequently, Mr. Purohit put in his resignation.

  • Rare Raj-era docu at MIFF

    Mumbai : `Before Midnight: A Portrait of India on Film, 1899-1947’, a collection of home movies, documentaries , dramas and comedies exploring how life was lived in British India, is the highlight of the week-long Mumbai International Film Festival for Documentary, Short and Animation Films, MIFF 2014, which begins at NCPA on Monday.

  • We Can Excel If We Try To

    Aeschylus, a contemporary of Socrates, Lao-tsu, Zoroaster, Buddha and Confucius, who lived during the 5th century B.C. wrote: “Neither does any one, however many wounds he may have received, die unless he has run his allotted term of life; nor does any man, though he sits quietly by the fireside under his own roof, escape his fated doom.” In other words, birth or death is not in our hands. There is a

  • Letters to the editor

    No RS shortcuts to Parliament
    This refers to JD(U) leader Shivanand Tiwari being amongst some existing Rajya Sabha members revolting against the party leadership, for being asked to contest the Lok Sabha elections, rather than getting an easy route to the Rajya Sabha. This exposes their fear that their party is not likely to do well in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.
    Even some leaders of the BJP managed to get an easy route

  • American desis save most for kids’ college education

    Washington : Indian-Americans, the highest earning segment among the multicultural groups in the US, save much of their higher household income for their children’s college education, a new study has found.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Today is the time to invest in stock market. Tension will disturb your mind in the morning. You may be in restless frame of mind and could get upset.
    Taurus:- You might have to work extra hours or have to work out of town. Relocation for new job assignment is possible. Chancing a new position or new company is also possible.
    Gemini:- Money flows in and out as you love spending. There is