Free Press Journal
  • His Bloody Project: Review

    Title: His Bloody Project
    Author: Graeme Macrae Burnet
    Pages: 280
    Publisher: Contraband an imprint of Saraband
    Price: Rs. 399/-

  • Agony Aunt helps you to deal with workplace problems

    Worried of losing job
    I’m working since the past 2 years with a firm on a contractual basis. I now my job and wish to continue for a longer period of time. But my contract is coming to an end soon and the authorities haven’t approached me for a renewal. What if they do not want me to continue any further? I really don’t want to go looking for another job since

  • When PM can attend party meeting, why can’t ministers, fumes Chouhan

    BHOPAL : In his speech at the concluding function of the BJP state executive committee meeting at Mohakheda in Dhar district on Saturday, the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan came down heavily on the ministers who gave the meeting a skip.

  • The Watcher: Review

    Title: The Watcher
    HQ Imprint of HARPER COLLINS
    Pages:  396

  • Fire breaks out in railway coach factory

    BHOPAL : A huge fire broke out at the scrapyard of the railway coach factory located at Nishatpura locality here on Saturday. The reason behind the fire is not known till now while fire fighters were still fighting to douse it.

  • Gul Panag is a prolific traveller

    The Dabang actress Gul Panag proclaims to be a prolific traveller and always prefers organised and stress-free travelling. “I am no longer a bag packer. In my early student days when I used to travel I did a lot of bag packing. Now I preferred a planned holiday. I do a lot of driving trips so I prefer more organised and stress free travel,” Gul said.
    The actress has travelled to many places,

  • Madhya Pradesh second worst state in fire safety, reveals NCRB data

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh is the second-worst state when it comes to fire safety. According to NCRB data, 2,291 accidental fires had killed 2,305 people in 2014. After Maharashtra MP is the second topper in accidental death.

  • William Shakespeare classics that came alive on screen

    Over the years there have been several screen adaptations of the Bard’s plays. Some managed to rake in the mullah while others faded into oblivion. After all, when it comes to bringing to life Shakespeare’s work, it must be top notch, and justifiable to the book.
    Hollywood has had its tryst with Shakespeare, with some of the movies being as good as the play. And not just Hollywood, closer home, we have our

  • Thieves target train passengers, rob three

    Ujjain : Unknown thieves snatched mangalsutra of a woman in Jabalpur Somnath Express train at Berchha station. Government Railway Police (GRP) registered an FIR and stated that the thieves snatched the mangalsutra worth Rs 50000 of Chandraprabha, 45, wife of PD Bharti, resident of Patan Road at Berchha station.

  • Students take oath to conserve Kshipra

    Ujjain : Eco Club of Government Madhav Nagar School of Excellence organised a programme to observe earth day. To extend their contribution towards the planet, students took oath to conserve river Kshipra and to take care of plantation done on banks of the river.

  • There are a lot of similarities between Akshay and my father: Tulsi Kumar

    Singer Tulsi Kumar is on a roll. She has just released her third single, Mera Highway Star, featuring sister designer-turned-actor Khushali Kumar and Raftaar. Sonakshi Sinha-starrer Noor that hit the theatres on Friday, April 21, had her crooning ‘Gulaabi 2.0’.

  • Irrfan Khan, Irrfan Khan's tumour, Doctor of Irrfan Khan's health, NeuroEndocrine Tumour, Rare disease, what is NeuroEndocrine Tumour, symptoms of NeuroEndocrine Tumour

    Sanket Chaudhary gaga over Irrfan’s acting

    Filmmaker Saket Chaudhary says that while directing Irrfan Khan in “Hindi Medium” he realised that the actor has no pretence of being a ‘know-it-all’. “He is never over confident about his craft. His process is very personal and he constantly prepares for his role, discussing it and figuring out how to play it better,” Saket said.

  • Police raid two godowns, recover crackers worth Rs 90K

    Indore : Police raided two godowns in separate areas under Rau police station jurisdiction on Friday and Saturday and recovered crackers worth Rs 90,000 from there. Two persons were also arrested for illegally storing them.

  • Fire department becomes extra vigilant to attend emergency situation

    BHOPAL : The fire department of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) is all set to tackle incidents of fire in the city and avert any tragedy. On the backdrop of the tragic incident on Friday in Chhindwara at a Public Distribution System (PDS) shop in which 13 people were charred to death during kerosene distribution, the fire fighters of the department have become extra vigilant to quickly respond to any emergency situation.

  • Panchkroshi yatris reach 2nd halt at Nalwa

    PanchkroshiUjjain : On second day of Panchkroshi yatra, devotees reached Nalwa. Many social and religious organizations, along with city administration, have made extensive arrangements for yatris taking this 5-day religious journey on foot in the sizzling summer heat. While temperature is reaching new heights daily, some devotees are taking this journey barefoot.

  • First green warrior has been cycling to office for last 6 months

    Indore : Taking the responsibility of his actions and care for environment, 41-year-old assistant manager (finance) Brajesh Sharma started cycling to work in November 2016 and has not used motorised transport to travel to his office ever since. Making his place, he is the first green warrior to cycle to work every day for six months now.