Free Press Journal
  • How to groom your beard – Tips and trick

    While facial hair trend looks great, it also lowers your face hygiene levels. Sapna Sarfare suggests ways to have germ-free moustaches and beards

  • No more grey shades for Hunar

    Actress Hunar Hale, who is known for daily soap operas like Ek Boond Ishq, Kasam Se and Pyar Tune Kya Kia, says she has been receiving many offers for negatives roles. But she isn’t keen on playing the same kind of roles. The pretty actress, who got married to Splitsvilla Season 7 winner Mayank Gandhi last year, is now ready to return to television. Here she talks about her marriage, career plans, and more…

  • Marika’s Healthy Kitchen: Health at your doorsteps

    If you long for a body like Hrithik Roshan or Katrina Kaif, but are unsure of a diet plan, Marika’s Healthy Kitchen can come to your aid, says Sonali Pimputkar

  • Nikitin Dheer is busy doing films in South

    Nikitin Dheer, who forayed into Bollywood with Ashutosh Gowariker’s historical drama Jodhaa Akbar, has done quite a few films over the years. The talented actor, who has acted in films like Mission Istaanbul, Ready, Dabangg 2, Chennai Express, and Housefull 3, was last seen in Freaky Ali. Rohit Pramar catches up with him to talk about his career, future projects and more…

  • Ridheema Tiwari is enjoying playing Maldawali in Ghulaam

    Actress Ridheema Tiwari, who is currently seen as Maldawali in TV series Ghulaam, is enjoying the response to her new show. Speaking to FPJ, Ridheema says, “The way the role of Maldawali is presented is like a dream. It’s an extremely powerful role, clad in the best of sarees. Maldawali is unpredictable in her actions; hence I feel it’s a special role.”

  • Chandan to play a sex-starved buffoon in his next

    The Kaminey actor will be seen portraying the role of a desperate young man in love in the film Mirza Juuliet
    Actor Chandan Roy Sanyal, who made his Bollywood debut with Rang de Basanti, is all set for his next Hindi film Mirza Juuliet. The talented actor will be playing the role of a sex-starved buffoon who is desperate for a girlfriend.

  • Jehangirabad residents sick of traffic jams, drunken brawls

    BHOPAL : Jahangirabad businessmen as well as residents want the shifting the liquor shop located in the area as it is causing traffic jams on the main road. Secondly, it has become a nuisance with the drunkards routinely creating ruckus.

  • Lactating mothers to get separate seats in buses

    BHOPAL: Transport department in the state will now provide facility of reservation of seats in its buses for mothers of infants. The said decision has been taken considering the dignity of women.

  • Illegally built temple, pitcher vendor encroach park at Shivaji Nagar

    BHOPAL : A temple has been constructed in the park at Shivaji Nagar, which is not a private colony. While the temple sprawls on a big portion, another large space of the park has been grabbed by a vendor who runs his kiosk selling pitchers at a corner of the park.

  • Panel discussion on Budget 2017 at School of Studies in Economics

    Ujjain : School of Studies in Economics, Vikram Unversity, organised a panel discussion for an in-depth analysis of Union Budget-2017. Prominent economist Dr SC Munat, head of School of Studies in Political Science Dr Nisha Vashishtha, post-doctoral fellow at IECSSR Shekhar Maidamvar, tax expert Jitendra Thani and Neeta Tapan were the panellist. The event was chaired by senior professor of Vikram University HP Singh.

  • Free decision-making tool to help cancer-affected women

    Mumbai : A free decision making tool is helping women with breast cancer weigh up their options of breast reconstruction after a mastectomy. Mastectomy may be one of the treatment options for breast cancer survivors; it can be a scary thought but thanks to Breast Prosthesis, they can get back the life they once felt like they lost. While there is a lot of awareness being created for breast cancer, few people