Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Jitendra Singh Rajput is state Vice President of Modi Vichar Manch

    NASRULLAGANJ: Youth leader Jitendra Singh Rajput has been appointed vice president of the state Narendra Modi Vichar Manch. The appointment was made on the recommendation of Chandrapal Singh Darbar, the state chief of the Manch. Rajput comes from a family which has been a BJP supporter since the time of the Janasangh.

  • Bhopal: Water tanker driver arrested

    BHOPAL: Sahjahanabad police arrested the water tanker driver, on Wednesday morning. On Tuesday two people were killed as the tanker rammed a hospital building. Steep slope and brake fail had resulted in the accident.

  • TV shows are stuck in a rut, feels Soni Razdan

    Actress-filmmaker Soni Razdan, who has been in the industry for over three decades, feels that Indian films are moving ahead with new ideas but this can’t be said about the country’s TV shows.The wife of filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt and mother of actress Alia Bhatt is returning to the small screen after a long time with the TV show “Love Ka Hai Intezaar”, which will also feature Sanjeeda Sheikh and Keith Sequeira.
    She says

  • End lip service on Naxalism and Kashmir

    While the Narendra Modi government justifiably gloats over its recent wins in Assembly elections in UP and Uttarakhand, its spectacular civic polls success in Delhi and its strategic conversion of defeats in Goa and Manipur into wins, it must not lose sight of the fact that it has failed to measure up to the two key internal security challenges—Kashmir and Naxalism. In both, its role leaves a lot to be desired.

  • Bhopal: 68 years after Independence, village still waits for electricity

    Thandla: Central and State governments have implemented many public welfare schemes for rural residents in the country, but due to negligence and wide spread corruption among administrative officials, villagers of remote tribal region could not benefit from these schemes.

  • Bhopal: Career guidance workshop held at Sevasadan College

    Burhanpur: A day-long career guidance workshop was held at Sevasadan College on Tuesday. Workshop in-charge Dr Susheel Maheshwari and Professor Anil Patel said that the workshop was mainly for class XII passed out students and for the new students who enrolled in class XII.

  • Neha Dhupia joins Vidya-starrer ‘Tumhari Sulu’

    Actress Neha Dhupia is teaming up with Vidya Balan in upcoming film “Tumhari Sulu”. The comedy-drama will see Balan play a radio jockey again after “Lage Raho Munna Bhai”. Dhupia will essay the role of Balan’s boss.
    “Tumhari Sulu” is being produced by T-Series and Atul Kasbekar’s Ellipsis Entertainment. “Say hello to the dazzling @NehaDhupia who plays @vidya_balan’s boss Maria in our next film #TumhariSulu Delighted to have her on board,” Kasbekar posted

  • Bhopal: Water crisis worsens, villagers suffer

    Bagli: Residents of nearby village Behari have been suffering due to serious water crisis during these scorching hot days. The water-level of the region has gone down and majority of water resources have dried up.

  • Abhishek Bachchan bats for green world

    Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan, who was present at the Green Heroes Film Festival happening in Mumbai expressed his concern over our environment and said that having more Green Heroes will ensure a bright future.”The greatest joy after watching these wonderful films is, that if we have more such people making these films, if we have more Green Heroes like we saw today, the future is going to be bright,” said Abhishek during

  • Friendship is fundamental foundation of our relationship, says Bipasha Basu

    Actress Bipasha Basu, who is about to complete one year of marital bliss with her actor husband Karan Singh Grover, says the key fundamental foundation of their relationship is friendship. Bipasha and Karan tied the knot in April 2016. The “No Entry” actor took to Instagram to share a throwback video of her marriage.
    “…It’s going to be a year soon… this clip from the April 28 201, when we officially became husband

  • Cut water to Mumbai, MP Raju Shetty tells farmers

    Mumbai: The leader of Swabhimani Shetakari Sanghatana (SSS) and MP Raju Shetty led an agitation against Samruddhi Corridor in Thane district on Wednesday.

  • Bhopal: Pankhuri comes calling to promote ‘Kya Qusoor Hai Amala Ka’

    BHOPAL: TV actor Pankhuri Avasthi who is playing ‘Amala’ in a Star Plus show ‘Kya Qusoor Hai Amala Ka’ was in city for its promotion. Addressing media persons on Wednesday, Pankhuri said, “As a woman, I am moved by Amala’s sheer unimaginable strength to live through the trauma and conviction to fight for justice,” adding, “the show is a huge responsibility as it reflects the biggest fear of every woman.”   Elaborating

  • Katrina Kaif to join Instagram today

    Actress Katrina Kaif was a social recluse for the longest time, even though her contemporaries like Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma are quite active on social media sites. But now Kartrian who has wowed us with her gorgeous pictures on Facebook, is all set to join the picture sharing app Instagram. Her pictures on Facebook are extremely popular and, hence, what better way to treat her fans to her pictures than join Instagram.

  • Maharashtra state government yet to buy BDD land from Port Trust

    Mumbai: The residents of the Sewri Bombay Development Department (BDD) chawl get into another trouble as the Maharashtra state government has said that they did not procure the land which is under the ownership of Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT).

  • Bhopal: 9-day silk expo starts

    BHOPAL: Artisans from 14 handloom weaving states of the country are showcasing their silk products under nine-day- exhibition-cum-sale ‘Silk & Cotton Fab of India’ at Community Hall, Ravishankar Nagar, Bittan Market.

  • Bhopal: Farewell at Career College

    BHOPAL: A farewell party was organised by the computer science, life science, commerce and management and paramedical departments of Career College on Wednesday. Junior and senior students played games and shared experiences of their college. They sang songs and danced to the tune of popular numbers. On this occasion, principal PN Tiwari said student life was a memorable period of one’s life. He wished a bright future to all students.

  • Bhopal: Plays on stories of Amritlal Nagar staged

    BHOPAL: To mark the centenary year of author Amritlal Nagar, plays ‘Ek Dil Hazar Dastan’ and ‘Moti Ki Saat Chalniya’ were staged on Wednesday at Shaheed Bhavan. Based on the stories of Amritlal Nagar, these plays were prepared under month-long Theatre Training Workshop 2017 under the direction of noted theatre director Dhruv Kumar Tamta. The workshop was organised by Samantar, socio culture society.  The programme began with the play ‘Ek Dil Hazar