Free Press Journal
  • Time for Messi, Argentina to make it big

    Rio De Janeiro : Lionel Messi will be attempting to cement his legacy as an all-time great when Argentina tackle Bosnia-Hercegovina in their World Cup Group F opener in Rio de Janeiro today.

  • Switzerland will look to justify their top seed tag

    Brasilia : Switzerland will look to justify their top seed tag which raised many eyebrows ahead of the draw for the World Cup finals when they take on South American side Ecuador in Brasilia today in their opening Group E clash.

  • Transport employee attacked, robbed

    Indore: A 43-year-old transport employee was allegedly attacked with a knife by two bike-borne miscreants at Mangal Nagar under Bhawarkuan police station area here on Saturday morning. The miscreants snatched his wallet, took money from it and fled the scene. The police registered a case against unidentified miscreants and launched further investigations into the matter. As per Bhawarkuan police, Nilesh Yogi, a resident of Mangal Nagar in his complaint said that when

  • Curtains for Spanish domination?

    Salvador (Brazil) :  Spain’s domination of world football, which has seen them win three trophies in the past six years, could be at an end after their hopes of retaining the World Cup took a huge knock when the Netherlands inflicted their worst defeat in 51 years.

  • Dream come true for die-hard Indian fans

    Sao Paulo :  As football frenzy grips Brazil, Indian fans are making their presence felt albeit in small numbers in the ongoing soccer World Cup, wishing if only they could also witness such a sporting spectacle in their home country.

  • Irrigation scam: Ajit Pawar gets a clean chit

    Mumbai :  The State Government on Saturday gave a clean chit to Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar in the irrigation scam as it tabled in the Legislative Assembly the report of Madhav Chitale committee on the issue alongwith the Action Taken Report.

  • Modi’s secular makeover to begin from Bhopal

    BHOPAL: The background work on the project to transform the image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi from a Hindu conservative leader to that of a secular one will be done in the city. At the meeting of BJP Alpsankhyak Morcha national working committee to be held on June 24 and 25, Modi would be presented as a well-wisher of the minorities.  Minorities welfare minister Najma Heptuallah, organisational general secretary Ramlal, national spokesman

  • ‘Agnipariksha’ symbolises Sita’s strength not weakness: Shrivastava

    BHOPAL: Litterateur and principal secretary, Manoj Shrivastava, speaking in a lecture session here on Saturday said that the ‘Agnipariksha’ of Sita does not symbolise her weakness but it stands for her strength. The lecture on the topic ‘Sita Ki Agnipariksha’ was organised under the aegis of Chirayu Hospital. Shrivastava ‘Agnipariksha’ was unjust both for Sita and Rama. He said Rama did not ask Sita to undergo ‘Agnipariksha’ but she did it as

  • Entries invited for local film fest

    BHOPAL: Aakar Videotake has invited entries for its 7th film festival to be held on August 23 and 24 at Ravindra Bhawan. The entries could be submitted by August 6.  The entries in fiction category, documentary and short film categories have been invited, besides experimental and animation films. In its last 6 film festivals, the Institution has done screening of 60 best films and has also appreciated more than 120 artists and

  • UPSC chairman at Tribal Museum

    BHOPAL: UPSC chairman DP Agrawal visited the Tribal Museum on Saturday. He took deep interest in all the galleries. Later, Agarwal said that it was his first and unique experience for him to see this museum.  The museum’s galleries showcase the tribal way of life, traditions and vividly describe the spirituality in their lives.   He said human civilization was a fantastical world, we are unfamiliar with. The younger generation should see