Free Press Journal
  • IPL 2017: Sakshi Dhoni powerful post seems like a riposte to Harsh Goenka

    The tenth edition of the Indian Premier League began with some controversies and one of the major ones being sacking of Mahendra Singh Dhoni as Rising Pune Supergiant skipper. The former India skipper was removed from the helm position prior to the start of the IPL 10.

  • Veteran actor Vinod Khanna’s wife requests media to stop posting his ailing photos

    Days after the infamous picture from the hospital of frail looking Vinod Khanna went viral, many fans and followers on social media expressed their disappointment over the same. Many were of opinion that such images shouldn’t be shared and that the privacy of the yesteryear legend should be respected.

  • Javed Akhtar’s special gesture for Karan Johar’s twins Roohi and Yash

    The filmmaker who has befriended almost entire tinsel town has his home swarmed with Bollywood biggies to meet his “pieces of heart” almost every day. Since they are all from the industry, the gifts are quite artsy! After daddy’s best friend Gauri Khan, his mentees Siddharth Malhotra, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan, now its time of his uncle, Javed Akhtar to bless the babies in his own peculiar style. Javed Akhtar

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Maharashtra asks Centre to act, get Mumbai lad Kulbhushan Jadhav back

    Mumbai: Maharashtra on Tuesday joined the growing chorus against Pakistan over the death sentence given to Mumbai lad Kulbhushan Jadhav by a military court in that country. The former naval officer’s friends, family and even politicians cutting across party lines reacted with deep concern and anger, demanding that India somehow bring back Kulbhushan. Bollywood, too, rose in protest.

  • ‘Maatr’ to be released on April 21: Raveena Tandon

    Mumbai: Actress Raveena Tandon, whose upcoming film Maatr is facing many controversies due to an allegation on film’s producer Anjum Rizvi, informed media that everything has been sorted and the film would release on April 21.

  • Bhopal: Players learn ways to avoid injuries

    BHOPAL: International sports trainer Vesna Jacob arrived in the city on Tuesday. She provided training to the coaches and players at TT Nagar Stadium in the use of modern life access functional equipment, installed on the stadium premises recently. A demonstration of the new equipment was held on the occasion. She trained the players on how to protect themselves from sustaining injuries. The training will continue on Wednesday.

  • Bhopal: ‘Sports, education departments should work in tandem’

    BHOPAL : A day-long workshop was organised at TT Nagar stadium here on Tuesday for building co-ordination between the education and the sports and youth welfare departments for promoting sports activities in the state. Commissioner, public instruction Neeraj Dube, director, public instruction Anju Pawan Bhadoria and director, sports, Upendra Jain gave necessary guidance to the participants. The participants were told that the district sports officers of the education and sports departments should work in co-ordination

  • Bhopal: BSSS launches training prog for jail inmates

    BHOPAL: The department of social work, BSSS College launched the most awaited project BSSS – VIKAS (Voluntary Initiative for Knowledge Advancement and Sustainability) in Central Jail, Bhopal on Tuesday. The main aim of the project is to ‘prepare inmates for taking up challenges post their term in jail’. To achieve this noble objective, BSSS-VIKAS envisages bringing transformation in lives of inmates through training and capacity building while they are serving their sentence.

  • Interactive session for teachers at Jeev Sewa Sansthan

    BHOPAL: An interactive session was organised for the faculty members of Jeev Sewa Sansthan Group of Institutions for Women (JSSGIW) on Tuesday in the presence of Siddha Bhau. The session provided a platform for the faculty members to share their experiences and learn about how to better their skills.

  • Bhopal: Career College sports meet concludes

    BHOPAL: The two-day sports meet organised at Career College and Career College of Law ended on Tuesday. Principal PN Tiwari inaugurated the meet by administering oath to the players. He said sports were not only a source of energy and enthusiasm but also helped people keep fit. Football, volleyball, table tennis, badminton, kabbadi matches and rope skipping contests were organised as part of the meet. In kabbadi, the team of commerce and management department emerged

  • Bhopal: Agitating docs arrested, later released on bail

    BHOPAL: Doctors demanding to meet the chief minister were arrested by the police on Tuesday. From Wednesday, the doctors are going to pen down for one hour to press their demand. The doctors posted in rural areas are demanding in-service weightage in post graduation course.

  • Sean Spicer apologises for Adolf Hitler remarks

    Washington: Amid gaffe, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer apologised on Tuesday after saying Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons during World War II, a media report said.