Free Press Journal
  • Family comes first for Ssudeep Sahir

    Actor Ssudeep Sahir, who will be seen in Siddharth P Malhotra’s upcoming show Woh Apna Sa… on Zee TV, is making most of his free time. He recently went on a short trip to Dubai to spend some quality time with his family. The actor, who has busy been shooting for the show, took four days off to spend time with his family. Being the caring dad that Ssudeep is, he made sure that

  • Shweta Tripathi doesn’t want to limit her to only films

    Actress Shweta Tripathi, who forayed into Bollywood with Masaan, says she doesn’t want to herself to only one medium, and she is open to acting in TV shows. The 31-year-old actress, who is currently seen in Haramkhor opposite Nawazuddin Siddiqui, is still known for her role as the tomboyish Zenia Khan in TV show Kya Mast Hai Life.

  • Rashami Desai gets ready for comeback on small screen

    Popular actress Rashami Desai, who has been missing from TV serials, will be seen soon in a new show called Dil Se Dil Tak. The show also features Siddharth Shukla and Jasmin Bhasin. The promos of the show are already on air and the audience is looking forward to the show.

  • Makar Sankranti, Pongal celebrated with fervour

    Indore : Considered as beginning of an auspicious phase, Indoreans celebrated Makar Sankranti and Pongal on Saturday. People enjoyed the day by flying colourful kites and playing ‘gilli-danda’.

  • Kratika Sengar is scared to cook for hubby Nikitin Dheer

    Popular television actress Kratika Sengar, who is currently playing the lead role of Tanu in TV show Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki, prefers not to cook for her actor husband Nikitin Dheer. In fact, she feels scared to cook. She speaks to ROHIT PRAMAR about her career, marriage and more…

  • Real happiness lies in sharing: CM

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh, on Saturday, became the first state in the country to launch a programme under which anyone can anonymously donate whatever he or she does not need and those who need it can take it without revealing their identities.

  • Green Heroes share their success story at DCBS

    Indore : Bringing knowledge about green energy to students, Daly College Business School concluded its 2-day workshop by TERI on Unsung Green Heroes on Saturday.

  • Traffic remains messy at Rasoma Square

    Indore : Rasoma Square sees heavy traffic daily while traffic rules are violated blatantly. The square has five roads converging at a point and though signals are installed, confusion and lack of awareness render them useless and lead to utter chaos. More often than not vehicles coming from Bhamouri and going towards Vijay Nagar and coming from Sayaji and going to C-21 Mall get into each others’ way because people fail to

  • Combining skills for innovative work and achievements

    Indore : Dr Shuken Dashore, 28, was sure about entering medical field and his talent for innovation and impeccable understanding of mechanics and physics instead of studying human body, helped him in innovating new methods and understanding mechanics of the same.

  • State capital becomes ODF

    BHOPAL : Bhopal on Saturday has been declared as Open Defecation Free (ODF) city while Indore achieved the distinction of becoming the first ODF district in the state in the last year during the same period.

  • Class X student stripped, thrashed; two booked

    Indore : Students of Class X from one of the leading schools stripped their classmate and beat him up. The attack was result of the victim trying to talk to his female classmate. The police have registered cases against two students under various sections of the IPC.

  • Sharing joy and happiness with family and friends

    Indore : People from all communities especially those from north India gathered, prayed and danced to celebrate Lohri. As the sun moves northward, people gear up to welcome spring.