Free Press Journal
  • Confirmed! Priyanka will attend Oscars

    New Delhi: After conquering Hollywood with her grace and elegance, Priyanka Chopra is all set to conquer Hollywood’s biggest night – The Academy Awards.

  • Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Avoid any financial commitment and monetary dealing. Don’t lose your temper and be calm. Your rude behaviour with your family members may also increase problems.

  • Manipur Elections: PM Modi to address rally in Imphal today

    Imphal : With campaigning for the two-phased Assembly polls gaining momentum in the state, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Manipur today, to address an election rally in Imphal West district.

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    In Pictures: Shahid Kapoor celebrates his birthday with his daughter Misha !!!

    Chocolate boy Shahid Kapoor celebrating 36th birthday today. Today is very important day for Shahid, and this important day he will going to celebrate out of the town with wife Meera and daughter Misha. On 19th Febraury Meera arrange a pre birthday party at home in which Bollywood friends like Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Sonakshi Sinha, Katrina Kaif, Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt, Sidharth Malhotra and Sara Ali Khan was joins the

  • Congress in jitters on Sheila’s Rahul remarks

    The statement of former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit in a newspaper interview that the Congress heir-apparent Rahul Gandhi is still not mature has disturbed a hornet’s nest within the Congress party which is fighting with its back to the wall in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. The octogenarian leader who had been declared president of the UP Congress before the alliance with the Samajwadi Party of Akhilesh Yadav took effective power out of

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    Racial attack on Indians spreads fear in the US

    The shocking racial attack in which an Indian immigrant engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla was shot dead while two of his friends (one of them an Indian named Alok Madasani) were seriously injured in crowded Austins Bar and Grill in Kansas city of the United States is a grim reminder of the dangers that US President Donald Trump’s diatribes against immigration poses to immigrants. An American good samaritan who tried to intervene was also shot. This

  • Good policies floundering due to wrong timing

    The budget has been widely acclaimed to be path breaking. It seeks to make a massive increase in public investments in infrastructure while at the same time providing relief in Income Tax. The finance minister wants to spend more while he collects less. So where is the money going to come from? The secret lies in the implementation of GST. The Finance Minister observed that he is not disturbing the rates of Service Tax

  • Egypt emerging from the doldrums

    WITH about 28 per cent of the population languishing below a low poverty line, the best news lately was that foreign exchange reserves rose by $2.1 billion in January to touch $26.4 billion against December’s $24.2 billion. More intensive and efficient exploration of oil can make all the difference to a country that was seen at one time as a leader of the Afro-Asian world but has taken a back seat in recent years

  • Bhopal: Barber, tailor in race for Info Commissioner

    BHOPAL: People from judicial services, IAS and IPS officers, journalists and others are amongst the aspirants for the post of information commissioners (IC) in the state.

  • Bhopal: Scindia annoyed over collector saying no to inauguration of road

    BHOPAL: Minister for sports and youths welfare, Yashodhara Raje Scindia, despite in-charge collector Neha Marvaya not giving permission, performed ‘Bhumipujan’ and inauguration of roads in Shivpuri. Marvaya had refused to give permission for Bhumipujan due to poor quality of the constructed roads. She had also sent Scindia’s personal assistant Gagan Saxena back, who had come to her to seek permission on Thursday. Marvaya had said she would give permission for inauguration after

  • Bhopal: LoP in place; government can now appoint Lokayukta, ICs

    BHOPAL: The Congress, by appointing leader of opposition (LoP) in the Vidhan Sabha, has paved the way for the appointment of the Lokayukta and information commissioners (ICs) in the state. The state government, in its reply to a petition filed in the High Court regarding appointment of Lokayukta, had said that Lokayuka could not be appointed as there was no LoP.

  • Mumbai: Baby ailing from rare disorder cured

    Mumbai:  Doctors successfully treated three-month-old Ziyad Sheikh from Trombay who was diagnosed with a rare disorder called ‘bilateral Morgagni Hernia’ wherein a hole develops in the diaphragm-muscular sheet that separates the organs within the abdomen from the chest. The doctors at Zen Hospital conducted a 3-dimensional laparoscopic surgery recently to treat the disorder successfully.

  • Bhopal: People march on streets holding sticks

    BHOPAL: A demonstration was held by city residents at Kotra Sultanabad under the aegis of Bhopal Nagrik Vikas Samiti on Friday against anti-social elements. The residents were carrying wooden sticks to set the hooligans right.

  • Bhopal: Keeping god’s abode clean is how they worship him

    BHOPAL: “Worshiping god and disrespecting what he has created will never make him happy. And that is why we have started this drive to clean the temples and aware people about not using polythene”, said Kiran Sharma, the founder of ‘Sakaratmak Soch’ – a group devoted to cleaning the environment.

  • Bhopal: City women find CBFC’s reasons pathetic, hilarious & ridiculous

    BHOPAL: The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has refused to clear the movie ‘Lipstick Under My Burqa’ for screening in theatres in the country saying that “The story is lady-oriented, their fantasy is above life. There are….sexual scenes, abusive words, audio pornography and a bit sensitive touch about one particular section of society, hence film refused under guidelines”.

  • Mumbai: Booked for theft, Briton moves Bombay HC to fly home

    Mumbai: A 62-year-old British national has approached the Bombay High Court, seeking permission to fly back to his country so that he can attend his daughter’s marriage. He has been booked by the Sahar police under charges of theft for allegedly stealing a laptop at city’s International Airport.

  • Bhopal: Teen forced to do sit-ups in public locks self up in room

    BHOPAL: A teenager felt so humiliated by being forced to do sit-ups in the middle of the road in a semi-naked condition before hundreds of people that he has locked himself into a room. The incident happened in Kajlas village in the Jawar Nagar Panchayat area of Sehore district on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: Tree stumps dot this park, residents indifferent

    BHOPAL: The park in Vidhya Nagar phase-1 is full of stumps of trees. And it is just because of the neglect of the local residents. Colony residents are supposed to be vigilant. If the miscreants are able to fell trees in the park and get away with it, it is really shameful for the residents.