Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai Indians bowlers restrict Supergiants to 159/5

    Pune: Pune Supergiants frittered away a rollicking start as they managed only 159 for five against a disciplined Mumbai Indians attack in an Indian Premier League encounter, here tonight.

  • Anushka as Aarfa looks ferocious

    Sultan’s trailer might have impressed a million fans of Salman Khan but the woman wrestler in the film played by Anushkasimly left us awestruck. In the new poster of the film, Anushka looks every bit ferocious and not to forget powerful.

  • ‘Pro-poor’ PM Modi launches eco-friendly boats in Varanasi

    Varanasi: Asserting that a finally a pro-poor government is in power after several successive pro-rich governments, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the launch of environment friendly E-boats would empower the economically weaker section of boat operators of Varanasi.

  • No story, no characters, just the title

    The posters and the trailers of the film seem to be enticing like every Bhatt film. Richa Chadha in her trailer looks fabulous as ever and suits the role perfectly.

  • Richa likes to keep it real

    Playing Sarabjit’s wife in Omung Kumar’s biopic of Sarbjit Singh, Richa Chadha says playing real life characters interest her more.

  • Mumbai Indians elect to field vs Supergiants

    Mumbai: Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to field against Pune Supergiants in an IPL cricket match here today.

  • KXIP beat Lions by 23 runs

    Rajkot: Kings XI Punjab beat Gujarat Lions by 23 runs in their IPL match here today.

  • No smoking for Arjun Kapoor

    The young actor quit smoking on the first of Janaury 2016 to improve his health. Four month into it and he still hasn’t touched a cigarette. A source close to an actor said, “He felt it was the right thing to do. Arjun’s 30, he has to try and protect his health, sleep well and eat right. While it’s true that he started smoking when he was 18 and was a chain-smoker

  • Man over matter!

    His take on the changes in cinema and the need of the hour…Amitabh Bachchan shares it all, with a sprinkling of his sparkling wit, with Shubharna Mukerji Shu.

  • Postage stamp released on Swami Nityananda

    Ujjain: Postage stamp on the chief of Nityananda Peeth and Mahamandleshwar of Mahanirvani Akhara, Swami Nityananda Parmhansa has been released by Indian Postal Department, on Saturday. The five rupees postal stamp has been released on the occasion of Simhastha fair with the attractive photograph of the saint taking bath in River Kshipra at Ramghat.

  • Natural silk expo underway

    Ujjain: A maiden Natural Silk Exhibition-cum- Sale is being organised in the city of Mahakal.Considering the arrival of devotees at Simhastha, district panchayat is organising the exhibition at the newly developed Haat Bazaar at Neelganga. The natural silk has been obtained from the cocoon silk by the farmers of the State. The exhibition reflects the unique confluence of the traditional knitting and silk fabric art.

  • DJJS to root out drug abuse

    Ujjain: Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan under the guidance of HH Gurudev Ashutosh Maharaj is working towards the grand mission of attaining world peace through inner revolution. From the podium of Divya Jyoti Camp, located at Barangar Road, Katha orator Sadhvi Aastha Bharti said, “Whenever society has reached the brink of destruction, each time a massive revolution has sparked.

  • IPL: Punjab post 154 against Gujarat

    Rajkot: Kings XI Punjab recovered from a middle-order collapse to post 154 all out during an Indian Premier League (IPL) contest at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Splendid ‘Vaishno Dham’ attracting thousands of devotees daily

    Ujjain: Majestic ‘Vaishno Dham’ Pandaal located in Mangalnath zone has been grabbing thousands of eyeballs of devotees who throng the zone for witnessing hue and colours of Simhastha fair and penance of Sadhus.

  • Simhastha helpdesk helps visitors to find lost purse

    Ujjain: Helpdesks setup across the Simhastha Mela area are turning multidimensional for the visitors arriving here. The helpdesk is proving to be useful for visitors in many ways.

  • Observe Kalpavasa Vrata to experience Sadhu’s lifestyle

    Ujjain: A common man also can experience Sadhu’s lifestyle by undergoing a special Vrata known as ‘Kalpavasa’ which is also considered as a unique feature of Kumbh Mela. The tradition of going through Kalpavasa is more popular in Allahabad, Haridwar and to some extent in Nasik and Simhastha fair in the city.