Free Press Journal
  • Emma stays away from social media for sanity

    Actress Emma Watson says she tries to stay away from social media as much as possible to keep herself from going insane. The 27-year-old actress says being in the film industry takes a toll on the mind of the artistes and therefore, she chooses to maintain a distance from the internet addiction, reported E! News. “For my sanity, I cannot even go there (and read comments on Instagram). I have to create some distance

  • Famed Swiss climber Ueli Steck killed near Mount Everest

    Kathmandu : Famed Swiss climber Ueli Steck was killed on Sunday in a mountaineering accident near Mount Everest in Nepal, expedition organisers said.  Mingma Sherpa of Seven Summit Treks said Steck was killed at Camp 1 of Mount Nuptse. His body has been recovered from the site and been taken to Lukla, where the only airport in the Mount Everest area is located. Steck’s family said the exact circumstances of his death

  • Selena Gomez is in a happy place

    Singer-actress Selena Gomez says she is in a happy and content place both in her personal and professional life. The 26-year-old songstress, who is also the producer of new show “13 Reasons Why”, feels more independent now that show is on air after delays, reported Entertainment Tonight. “You know, my personal life, and my family and my friends, I’m just, I’m in a really happy place. It’s been good… I think it’s empowering when

  • Indore: Fire breaks out in plastic godown, goods worth lakhs gutted

    Indore: Plastic goods worth lakhs of rupees have been gutted when fire broke out in a godown at GNT Market, Dhar Road on Sunday morning. According to sources, the fire broke out after some unidentified person threw some flammable item into the godown.

  • UK PM ‘not in a different galaxy’ over Brexit

     London : British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday denied she was “in a different galaxy” after European Union leaders were reportedly dismayed by her Brexit negotiating demands at a meeting this week. May told European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and chief negotiator Michel Barnier that a detailed potential trade deal needed to be drawn up before Britain would agree to pay its EU divorce bill, according to the Sunday Times.

  • Bhopal: Smriti Irani’s Bandhavgarh visit raises hackles

    BHOPAL: The Union textile minister’s visit to Bandhavgarh National Park has once again created an issue against the use of beacon on VIP vehicles, on Sunday. An RTI activist has raised the issue of death of a tigress and the working of the forest department.

  • Bhopal: Wheat paradox, Higher the production, higher the price

    BHOPAL: Even a grade nine student of economics knows that a rise in the supply of any commodity leads to a fall in its price. But in Madhya Pradesh, wheat seems to be defying this basic law of economics.

  • Trump slams media as he celebrates 100 days in White House

    Washington : Celebrating the first 100 days of his administration, Donald Trump on Sunday attacked the media for misleading the people with “fake news” as he skipped the “very boring” annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner to become the first president in over 30 years to skip the gala.

  • Bhopal: Second ‘She Lounge’ in Bhopal opened by revenue minister, mayor

    BHOPAL: Amid protests by Congress members, the second ‘She Lounge’ was inaugurated by revenue minister Umashankar Gupta and mayor Alok Sharma on Sunday near Polytechnic College here. Gupta and Sharma also laid the foundation of Rs 75 lakh worth beautification project of road stretching from Polytechnic Square to Van Vihar.

  • S Korea, US conduct military drills despite Pyongyang threats

    Seoul : South Korea and the United States wrapped up their annual large-scale military drills on Sunday, but continued a separate joint naval exercise that has triggered dire threats from nuclear-armed North Korea.

  • Le Pen proposes dual-currency system for France as ‘euro is dead’

    Paris : French far-right National Front leader and presidential candidate Marine Le Pen on Sunday proposed a dual currency system for France, a national currency for its home economy and another for international trade as, in her opinion, the “euro is dead”.

  • Bhopal: 108 staffers write to Chief Minister in blood

    BHOPAL: The agitators of 108 Ambulance wrote a letter to CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan with their blood to press their demands, on Sunday. The operating company Ziqitza Healthcare has filed an FIR against the agitators who are allegedly threatening the staff who had returned on their services.

  • Handle criticism like Katrina Kaif

    Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif says getting criticised is disheartening, but she has learnt to not “overanalyse things” and move on. “I, being an actress, faced a lot of criticism. I learnt to handle them gracefully. It is disheartening, of course, especially if there is a series of criticism on something which you put your heart to. But I do not overanalyse things, I move on,” Katrina said.
    The actress, who made her debut on Instagram,

  • Only stand is let’s talk and settle disputes: AIADMK (Amma) leader

    Chennai : The AIADMK (Amma) faction on Sunday once again underlined its commitment for holding merger parleys with the O Panneerselvam-led rival group, saying its only stand is that both the sides should settle disputes through dialogue.