Free Press Journal
  • Karan Johar

    Karan Johar touched by ALIGARH 

    At the screening of the upcoming film Aligarh, Karan Johar was so touched by the portrayal of all the characters in the film that he was left in awe of the film. Speaking about it, Johar said, “I related to the film, that means I related to each and every character. I was upset by the treatment meted out to the character by certain people, which means that it was performed efficiently.”

  • Career counselling organised at Jain Digamber College

    Indore: On the occasion of Rashtriya Balika Diwas, a career counselling was organised at Jain Digambar College, New Palasia. Chief guest coporator, Dilip Sharma said that the workshop is very useful for girls reagrding their future.

  • Super Friday Down Under

    It was one ‘Sporty Friday’ for Indian fans. The rejuvenated Indian Cricket team pocketed the T-20 series against the Australian team taking a 2-0 unassailable lead.  The eves  also created history replicating the same performance. To top this all, India’s tennis ace Sania Mirza bagged the prestigious Doubles crown in the Australian Open.

  • Narendra modi

    PM moves out unproductive bureaucrats

    New Delhi : Acting on his warning that non-performing babus would be penalized, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ushered changes in the top echelons of bureaucracy.

  • Gay Debate Out Of Closet Again

    SC to hear in open court curative plea challenging its judgement criminalizing homosexuality.

  • Both Men & Women At Top In Oz

    Melbourne : History was created on Friday with both the men’s and women’s cricket teams clinching series wins at the Melbourne Cricket Ground here on Friday. The Indian men dominated with both bat and ball to beat Australia by 27 runs in the second Twenty20 International and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the ongoing three-match series. The Indian women, on the other hand, registered their first series win in Australia in any

  • India Nets 3 ISIS Men

    New Delhi   : The ISIS seems determined to leave its footprints in India. Three Indian sympathizers of the Jehadi outfit, who were allegedly on a mission to carry out a terror attack in India and some other countries, have been deported to New Delhi from the United Arab Emirates.

  • Oommen Chandy

    High Court suspends FIR order against Kerala CM

    Thiruvananthapuram : In a major relief to the Congress-led United Democratic Front government in poll-bound Kerala, the High Court on Friday stayed a Vigilance Court order to the police to register an FIR against Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and Power Minister Arayadan Mohammed in the solar scam case.

  • Virat Kohli can bat at night without lights : Sunil Gavaskar

    Melbourne : The sublime touch that he is in, Virat Kohli can bat even at midnight without switching on the lights and still score runs, Sunil Gavaskar stated on Friday, eulogising the young Indian batsman. A rampaging Kohli continued to torment the Australians, hitting another quick-fire half-century in India’s second win in the Twenty20 series on Friday.

  • C for Celebrity, D for Divorce

    If stars are trendsetters when it comes to fashion and lifestyle, should they be blamedfor mirroringthe existing upsurge in divorce, wonders NICHOLA PAIS

  • Giving new life to ageing books

    Your books too suffer from acidity and develop wrinkles. RATNADEEP BANERJI brings out the aetiology of book-ageing and the way of restoration.

  • We could not negotiate Indian spinners: Shane Watson

    Melbourne : Australian all-rounder Shane Watson rued the failure of his side to negotiate the Indian spinners when the ball was not turning much and attributed it as the reason of their 27-run loss in the second T20 International here. “There’s no excuses or reasons why we aren’t able to expose the Indian spinners when the ball was not turning that much. Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to do it,” Watson said at the

  • It’s Novak Djokovic Vs Andy Murray

    Melbourne : Andy Murray twice fought back from a set down to win a gruelling five-setter against injury hampered Milos Raonic today and reach his latest Australian Open final against five-time champion Novak Djokovic.

  • When the best navigators run aground

    Mumbai : A 35-feet-long whale was washed ashore at Juhu beach in Mumbai on Thursday night, heightening the concern among environmentalists who are worried at the increasing incidence of whales running aground in shallow waters.

  • India aim for better batting show

    Mirpur : Indian batting unit would look to sort out their top-order woes as they take on New Zealand in their second group D encounter of the ICC Under-19 World Cup, here today.

  • England beat West Indies

    Chittagong : England defeated a fighting West Indies by 61 runs in a Group C match to edge closer to a quarter-final berth at the U-19 World Cup here on Friday.