Free Press Journal
  • Fun Facts

    Opera Screening

  •  The Tusk That Did The Damage

    The Tusk That Did the Damage blends the mythical and the political to tell a wholly original, utterly contemporary story about the majestic animal, both god and menace, that has mesmerised us for centuries.

  • Female protagonists

    Anne Elliot Dunne, the Gone Girl has certainly made waves and raised a chorus for “female protagonist” movies. The Celluloid Calling survey of the Centre for Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego claims that only 16 per cent of all filmmakers are women. It is a smaller proportion than the previous year.

  • Book Review: 50 not out

    50 Not Out

     ‘50 Not Out’ is a road map to make ones’ life fruitful while celebrating the game of cricket.

  • Book Briefs

    The Damascened Blade
    Barbara Cleverly
    Publisher: Hachette India

  • Medha Patkar quits AAP after Capital row

    Mumbai :  Senior social activist Medha Patkar on Saturday said that she has quit the AAP following dissident leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan’s expulsion from the party’s national executive in Delhi.

  • ‘Hum Aapke Koi Nahi’

    New Delhi :  Less than two months after it stormed to power in the national capital, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) virtually split on Saturday after it expelled four dissident leaders from its National Executive for ‘anti-party activities’ in a stormy meet marred by chaos and protests.

  • Trans-Tasman face off

    Melbourne :  Much more than the World Cup title will be at stake when co-hosts Australia and New Zealand square-off in the final of the quadrennial event at the majestic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) here on Sunday.

  • Sonia stands up for her absentee son

    Amethi (UP) :  Rahul Gandhi will be back “soon”, Congress president Sonia Gandhi said here on Saturday while answering questions about her son’s mysterious “leave” which has extended to over a month so far.

  • Art of Living guru gets ‘beheading’ threat!

    Kuala Lumpur :  A close aide of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar claimed on Saturday that the founder of the ‘Art of Living’ has received death threats in Malaysia from the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group.

  • Michael Clarke

    Michael Clarke to quit ODIs after World Cup

    Melbourne :  Australia skipper Michael Clarke on Saturday announced that he will quit One-Day Internationals (ODIs) after the cricket World Cup final against New Zealand on Sunday.

  • Don’t get involved in scams: Director to grads

    Indore : Director of Indian Institute of Management, Indore, Prof Rishikesha T Krishnan at the 16th convocation ceremony of the institute, on Saturday suggested graduating students not to get involved in scams.

  • MPPMT scam kingpin Dr Sagar on ED radar

    Indore : One of the masterminds of the MP PMT scam, Dr Jagdish Sagar, is on the radar of THE Enforcement Directorate (ED). The central agency is currently collecting information about his properties from the Registrar’s office.

  • Drizzles bring down temperature in city

    Indore : Residents got the much-needed relief from scorching heat as mild shower accompanied by heavy winds hit several parts of the city, on Saturday.

  • Five ARRESTED for killing Peacock

    Indore : The Forest Department arrested five accused for hunting a Peacock in Kunji jungle of Betma, on Friday night. The department registered a case under Section 2 (1) 13, 9, 16, 39, 51 of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972. The accused would be produced in the court on Sunday.

  • Changes in code, lifestyle of Shwetamber saints likely

    Indore : As expected announcements of some revolutionary changes in the code of conduct and lifestyle of Shwetamber Jain saints, both men and women, would be made during the massive gathering at Dushera Maidan on Sunday.

  • Vyapam begins big business for legal-eagles!

    BHOPAL : Nobody knows the fate of the accused of the Vyapam scam but one section that has benefitted immensely from the scam is lawyers. The Vyapam scam is probably the first case in the state in which a battery of lawyers practicing in the Supreme Court are pleading on behalf of the various accused.