Free Press Journal
  • Aasiya Kazi recreates her role from Bandini…

    Aasiya Kazi, who was last seen in Balika Vadhu rose to fame from Balaji Telefilms show Bandini. She played a poor village girl Santu in the show, who got married to middle-aged man (played by Rohit Roy). After a successful run of two years Bandini went off-air, which left Aasiya heartbroken as it was her first show. The pretty actress, recently got an opportunity to recreate her iconic role for a promo

  • PM Narendra Modi greets nation on Maha Shivratri

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday greeted the nation on the holy occasion of Maha Shivratri. Taking to Twitter, the Prime Minister said, “Heartfelt greetings and best wishes on the occasion of Maha Shivratri.”

  • Goa CM Laxmikant Parsekar’s pool pic goes viral

    Panaji: An uncharacteristically flamboyant photograph of Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar baring his upper torso in a forest resort pool has gone viral on social media.

  • Richa Chadha to soon have her own sports team?

    Bollywood celebrities are sure finding newer avenues with passing times to help themselves connect with a larger audience. Investing and becoming faces of sporting events and teams is something that has become popular amongst Bollywood stars in the recent past. Everything from cricket, to martial arts, all sorts of sports now has tremendous support coming their way from Bollywood.

  • Bollywood actresses with beauty and kicks!

    When you think of action based films, do you reflexively think about men doing it or body doubles or stunt men? Well, its an utter shame if it was a yes because Bollywood actresses have stepped the game right up. Actresses are willing to take up action movies and perform the stunts themselves. They are proving women don’t need temporary replacements to do their stunts right. Some of the ladies who’ve done some impeccable

  • Your Day By Nilikash P Pradhan

    ARIES: Those in construction or real estate business will get new clients or contracts. There are opportunities around you but you need to grab it quickly now. Romance is in the air.

  • Ujjain: Irked over SLP, SC slaps Rs 25k fine on government

    Ujjain: The Supreme Court has dismissed a special leave petition (SLP) moved by the Government of Madhya Pradesh, through which the state government had challenged the order passed by the Indore bench of MP High Court in favour of disbursement of pension to teaching and non-teaching staff of universities. Besides, a fine of Rs 25, 000 was also levied on the state for filing such an SLP.

  • Bhopal: Kamalnath draws up blueprint for Cong victory in 2018 polls

    BHOPAL: The state Congress, after biting the dust in assembly elections thrice in a row, has drawn up a detailed strategy for winning the 2018 assembly polls, with special focus on countering the popularity of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

  • Bhopal: Park awaits construction of temple for its development

    BHOPAL: The temple for which a concrete platform was constructed in the park in Indus Colony a long time ago has not come up so far. The project was abandoned after the initial stage and the park has not been developed. Ultimately the area residents are highly disappointed.

  • Bhopal: ‘ISI agents’ sent to jail

    BHOPAL: ISI agents Abdul Jabbar, Sahyog Singh and Manoj Mandal have been sent to judicial remands till February 27. They were produced in district and sessions court after their police remands ended on Thursday. Abul Jabbar was arrested from Delhi while Shahyog Singh was arrested from Chhattarpur(MP) and Manoj Mandal was arrested from Varanasi.

  • Bhopal: ATS denies tailing more ISI espionage accused

    BHOPAL: Names of four accused have come under scanner in three districts of the state for their alleged involvement in ISI espionage case after the national intelligence bureau inputs. The police have launched a manhunt to nab the accused.

  • Bhopal: Government to make law to give land to landless tribals

    BHOPAL: The state government, concerned about welfare of the landless and homeless people, is going to bring ‘Awas Adhikar Adhiniyam’ bill in the Vidhan Sabha, said chief minister Shivraj Singh while addressing the public meeting of Ekta Parishad on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: Congress stages walkout on faulty power meters

    BHOPAL: Congress MLAs created commotion in the House during the Question Hour on Thursday over electricity bills. Congress members, dissatisfied with the reply of the minister, staged a walkout.

  • Bhopal: Every state resident under debt of Rs 13K

    BHOPAL: Every citizen of the state is under a debt of more than Rs 13,000 due to the huge loan taken by the state government, the finance minister Jayant Mallaiya told the Vidhan Sabha in reply to a question.

  • Bhopal: Government spends Rs 62 lakh on lawyers in reservation case

    BHOPAL: The chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in his written reply to a written question in the House on Thursday, said that a sum of Rs 62 lakh has been spent so far on lawyers in the Supreme Court who pleaded for the state government in the reservation in promotions case. Chouhan said the government has hired 14 lawyers in this case. Mukul Rohtagi was given Rs 11 lakh for merely attending

  • Bhopal: BJP MLA levels graft charges against ex-MP, retd IAS

    BHOPAL: BJP MLA from Bhind, Narendra Singh Kushwaha on Thursday levelled corruption charges against BJP’s former MP Ramlakhan Singh and former IAS officer Muktesh Varshneya. Kushwaha claimed that irregularities were committed in purchasing computers for schools for which the then MP and an IAS officer were responsible. Kushwaha said EOW too has submitted its probe report but no action has been taken against them.