Free Press Journal
  • Happy Birthday John Abraham – the Bollywood ‘Hunk’

    Bollywood hot actor and producer John Abraham celebrates his 44th  birthday today. John has a hottest physique in B-town. He started his career with modelling, having numerous advertisement assignments with companies. So far he has acted in more than 40 movies in which his fans love him as a Bollywood ‘hunk’. John is also know to perform many dangerous stunts himself in his films.

  • Indira Gandhi lacked courage to adopt demonetisation, says BJP

    Bengaluru: Backing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Indira rejected demonetisation” statement, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday said that Gandhi lacked the courage to adopt demonetisation.

  • All must support PM on demonetisation: Aamir Khan

    Mumbai: Superstar Aamir Khan says demonetisation is a good move by the government to curb black money and hence all citizens should support the initiative taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Mumbai: Centre wants Maharashtra govt to takeover NRGPS playgroups

    Mumbai: The Union Ministry of Women and Child Development has initiated steps to transfer as many as 1,845 aided playgroups set up under the National Rajiv Gandhi Playgroup scheme to the Maharashtra government compounding its problems in the absence of a policy to regulate creches and playgroups in the state.

  • ‘Gita in Day to Day Life’ to be conducted by DIYA Mumbai

    This year on December 17, 2017, DIYA Mumbai is conducting this annual seminar on the theme ‘Gita in Day to Day Life’. The perennial teachings of the Bhagwat Geeta can help an individual change his/her perspective towards life. It can help one unravel the mysteries of life and apply its teachings in day to day life for a stress-free and quality life.

  • Subhash Ghai launches ‘Inner Engineering’ by yogi Sadhguru

    Filmmaker Subhash Ghai launched the international bestseller, ‘Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy’, authored by Sadhguru, founder, Isha Foundation in Mumbai. The Inner Engineering Book has reached the New York Times and Washington Post Best Seller list in multiple categories and is among the most popular books already on Amazon.

  • Local bodies polls: 8% candidates in Phase-3 are ‘crorepatis’

    Mumbai: About eight per cent of the candidates –analysed by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and Maharashtra Election Watch (MEW)– who are contesting the third phase of elections to the Municipal Council and Nagar Panchayats in four districts of Maharashtra, are crorepatis.

  • Winter session: Parliamentary House of wasted opportunities, yet again

    It is sad indeed that with each passing session, the Indian Parliament is drifting deeper and deeper into seeming irrelevance. The winter session that ended on Friday achieved virtually nothing and reinforced the growing public feeling that neither the Treasury benches nor the Opposition are keen on meaningful debates and orderly, businesslike conduct of proceedings. Gone are the days when Parliament was a forum for constructive thought and action. Today it is

  • Demonetisation effect: Small businesses need more tax sops

    The small industries will be hit hard by demonetisation. They were already reeling under the ongoing slowdown of manufacturing in the country. The credit given by the banking sector to micro and small industries was growing at the rate of 2.4 percent in January 2016. It declined by (-) 3.8 percent in June 2016. According to data released by the Labour Bureau, India created only 135,000 jobs in 2015, as compared to 419,000 in

  • Syrian crises: Syria is on the brink of anarchy

    It would be premature to think that the fall of the Syrian rebel stronghold of Aleppo means either end of the civil war or peace for a shattered land even though the British foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, sees the event as a positive step despite Bashar Hafez al-Assad, who has been president of Syria since 2000, being a “vile tyrant”. Post-war Syria will be a country in ruins.

  • Bhopal: BJP state chief terms CBI statement as SC decision

    BHOPAL: The Supreme Court (SC) disposing the petition filed by former chief minister Digvijay Singh and CBI stating that the hard-disk related to Vyapam scam was not tampered, seems to have made the BJP over-excited. BJP state president Nandkumar Singh Chouhan, releasing an audio here, has appealed to celebrate on this occasion across the state. Nandkumar in the audio is heard telling CBI’s statement of no-tampering of hard disc as SC’s decision.

  • Bhopal: Some RTI activists doing cheap and dirty things says CM

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s anger and agony over charges levelled on him and his family on the Vyapam issue came to the fore at the inaugural function of the IAS service meet here on Friday.

  • Bhopal: No liquor shops on Narmada banks

    BHOPAL: No liquor shops will be permitted near the river Narmada’s banks, said, chief minister while addressing the Samwad programme during the ‘Namami Devi Narmade’ campaign in Dindori on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Tibetan woollen sellers say their sales plummeted after November 8

    BHOPAL: For the past thirty-six years, Tibetan Refugee Sweater Sellers Association, Bhopal has been organising Tibetan woollens fair-cum-sales at  different places in the city including Sangam Talkies, New Market and MP  Nagar. The fairs begin from November and continue till the end of January.