Free Press Journal
  • Priya Sachdev_Sunjay Kapur

    Karishma’s ex-husband Sunjay Kapur to marry Priya Sachdev in New York

    It has almost been a year to the long-drawn divorce battle between Karishma Kapoor and Sunjay Kapur. After the troubled marriage, prolonged separation battle, accusations and mud-slinging, the two agreed for separation, filed and were granted a divorce. Unfortunately, the 13-year marriage had a ‘sad ending’.

  • Aamir Khan to appear on Marathi show ‘Chala Hawa Yeu Dya’!

    Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan, who is known for staying away from making appearances on shows for his movies, had recently made an exception. He celebrated his 52nd birthday, on March 14, on the sets of popular Marathi talk show ‘Chala Hawa Yeu Dya’. On the show, Aamir was also seen doing Gudi Pujan, which means that the show will probably telecast on Gudi Padwa special episode.

  • ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ to open New York Indian Film Festival

    New York: “Lipstick Under My Burkha”, which has failed to get clearance from India’s censor board, will open the 17th edition of the prestigious New York Indian Film Festival here, the oldest Indian film festival in the US.

  • Watch Baahubali 2 Trailer: The Conclusion, released with a bang of action sequences

    The most awaited movie ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ has been in talks for quite a long time, thanks to its prequel ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’. ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ the prequel of Baahubali 2 had made box office record, so there are more expectations from the Baahubai 2.

  • No Muslim cleric can stop Nahid Afrin from singing: BJP

    New Delhi: Expressing displeasure over fatwa issued against singer Nahid Afrin by Muslim clerics in Assam, the Bharatiya Janata Party Thursday stated that the Muslim clerics have no authority to issue such a diktat.
    “Its absolute wrong, the Muslim clerics have no authority to issue such fatwa. She is a singer by profession and no one can take away that right from her. Even Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal supports her, so then who are

  • St Patrick's Day

    Mumbai: How to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

    St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner. The day is celebrated on March 17 every years in honour of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. St Patrick’s Day was originally started as a religious feast has over the years converted into official Christian feast day. Today, the day is celebrated across the globe with performances, parades, food and fun activities. Attend these St. Patrick’s events to get a feeling of Ireland in Mumbai.

  • Bhopal: Teacher booked for sexually assaulting minor

    Bhopal: A government primary school teacher has been booked for sexual assault on 11 year old girl at Awadhpuri police station. The victim lodged a complaint of rape against her school teacher at Awadhpuri police station on Wednesday.

  • Bhopal: Government to provide land for homeless poor

    Bhopal: The State Cabinet, on Wednesday, cleared three important bills to be tabled in the Vidhan Sabha. The most ambitious one is ‘MP Economically Weak and Low Income Group Housing Guarantee Bill’, which has been drafted with an eye on the 2018 assembly elections.

  • Bhopal: Lovelorn youth stabs married woman

    Bhopal: A lovelorn youth stabbed a 22-year-old woman outside her house in Kolar area on Wednesday morning. They knew each other for the last three years. She is married but she lives with her mother after separated from husband.

  • Bhopal: GRP nabs 5 members of drug-n-rob gang

    Bhopal: The Government Railway Police (GRP) detained five miscreants for their involvement in drug-n-rob cases on Wednesday and recovered goods worth Rs 4 lakh form them.

  • Bhopal: Century-old Hanuman idol stolen

    SEONI MALWA: Thieves struck at the Mansa Purna Hanuman Mandir located by the side on Gurugranth Saheb Temple of Khatri community on Tuesday and escaped with three idols of ‘Astadhatu’. The priest Pandit Cheetarmal Sharma said that he had come to the temple at 6 am and after cleaning the premises went to fetch water. When he returned, he found the idols of Hanuman, Laxmi and Durga missing. A report was lodged

  • Bhopal: Narmada Seva Yatra meeting tomorrow

    CHHATTARPUR: A meeting in connection with the ongoing Narmada Seva Yatra will be held at the district BJP office on Friday at 2 pm. State convener of the Yatra Dr Jamdar and divisional organisational secretary Ashutosh Tiwari will guide the participants.

  • Bhopal: Mock drill of plane hijack held

    BHOPAL: A mock drill was conducted to check the preparedness of security forces to nullify plane hijack at Raja Bhoj airport on Wednesday. The mock drill was carried out on Wednesday morning at state hanger.

  • Bhopal: Doctors not coming to hospital to face action

    SHIVPURI: The state government has rejected the voluntary retirement applications of four doctors of the district hospital. All of them are not attending their duty in the hospital and are giving their services in private clinics. Action will be taken against them under the civil service conduct rules. This was stated by collector O.P. Shrivastava while talking to media persons after inspecting the district hospital. He was accompanied by SP Sunil Kumar

  • Shashank Manohar’s resignation: More than meets the eye

    The resignation of International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Shashank Manohar as cricket’s top boss is the inevitable manifestation of an ongoing tussle between the ICC and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) over the revenue-sharing model between the two bodies. Clearly, there is more than meets the eye than mere ‘personal reasons’ that Manohar has cited. Ever since taking over as ICC chairman, Manohar had been at the forefront of a

  • Bhopal: Woman dies during child birth; kin cry foul

    SEHORE: On Wednesday, a woman who was admitted to the district hospital for delivery died allegedly due to the negligence of the hospital management and the doctors. The kin of the woman staged a dharna on the hospital premises and handed over a complaint to the civil surgeon demanding action against the errant doctors.

  • New headway on judicial appointment reforms

    The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice J.S. Khehar, deserves to be congratulated for having resolved the impasse over the judicial appointment procedure. While his predecessor, Justice R.S. Thakur cried himself hoarse about the huge pendency of courts and blamed the Centre for dragging its feet over judicial appointments, Justice Khehar has found a way out without compromising on principles and paved the way for quicker appointment of judges. That there were flaws