Free Press Journal
  • The One That Got Away: Review

    Title: The One That Got Away
    Author: Annabel Kantaria
    Publisher: Harper Collins
    Pages: 456, Price: Rs 340

  • Your favourite comic superheroes are coming alive on the big screen

    Remember those days when superheroes and comics were an inseparable part of our lives when collecting those fascinating comics was a matter of pride. Donning our mom’s dupattas as capes, running all around the house and jumping off from sofas was our way of showing off our ‘super powers’. While we may have stopped reading comics and watching the cartoon, we still love the clichéd vigorous body, action stunts and superpowers. But

  • ‘It’s a taboo to utter the P word’, says Jyoti Sethi

    When you watch the trailer of Phullu, you can’t help but notice the similarities between the film and the story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, thanks to Twinkle Khanna who is now popularly known as Padman. Jyoti Sethi who makes her debut with Phullu dismisses the comparison and wants everyone to know that there is more than one man in India who cares about women problems. So on Menstrual Hygiene Day FPJ caught up

  • Aly Goni’s juggling act

    Actor Aly Goni who confirmed recently that he will be quitting Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, could be quitting because it is becoming difficult to juggle 2 shows and focus on his fitness? We heard that the actor who is a fitness junkie is unable of continue his workout and manage two shows Yeh Hai Mohabbatein and Dhai Kilo Pyaar. But while he is still shooting Goni has decided to eat right and walk for at

  • The not-so-fairy tales of real princesses

    Fairy tales mean princes rescuing princesses. However, here is one crowd funded book that is making waves around the world to retell the fairy tales by reimagining the heroines into modern-day princesses who are in control of their own destinies, says Boski Gupta

  • Enough water in Gambhir dam for first week of June

    Ujjain : The city will have uninterrupted water supply till June 5. The decision was taken by mayor Meena Jonwal, members of mayor in council (MIC), officials of Ujjain Municipal Corporation and officials of public health engineering department (PHED) unanimously after visiting the Gambhir dam on Saturday.

  • Avinash Sachdev’s summer voes

    Mumbai: The rise in temperature has taken a toll on the cast and crew of upcoming TV show “Inteqam Ek Masoom Ka”. Actor Avinash Sachdev says its hard for them to shoot at 40-plus degrees in Mathura.

  • Indore News – Ban on polythene, PCB, IMC seize 2,300-kg carry bags

    Indore : Continuing the drive against polythene bags across the city, Pollution Control Board (PCB) and Indore Municipal Corporation raided many shops and godowns and seized more than 2,300 kg polythene from various places on Saturday.

  • Dust storm plunges many parts of city in darkness

    BHOPAL : The second day of Nautapa brought strong dust storms in city plunging large part of the city in dark on Saturday. At least two incidents were reported from different areas of the city where trees fell on houses due to the strong wind on Saturday evening. However, no loss of life was reported but injuries to few people.

  • Be confident to beat adversity

    Being confident is important. It helps one tide over adverse situations, says Dr Shrirang Bakhle

  • Kerala takes lead against cow slaughter rule

    Thiravinanthipuram : Expressing strong objection to the new central government ruling that cows and buffaloes sold at animal markets across India can no longer be used for slaughter, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi protesting the move. The state is expected to implement any changes to existing rules only after a response to the Chief Minister’s letter.

  • Justice Karnan is still in hiding, petitions SC against punishment

    Kolkata/Chennai/New Delhi : Justice C.S. Karnan, who has been missing for two days amid attempts to arrest him, has asked the Supreme Court to recall its order sentencing him to six months in jail for contempt. The Calcutta High Court judge has challenged the constitutional validity of contempt of court charges on him.

  • Tech wearables for this sunny season

    Are you looking for a wearable device to get more active this summer, but don’t know how to choose the right one? To make your decision easier, read on

  • Get prepared for another round of rail fare hike

    New Delhi : Brace for another rail fare hike of 10 to 12% in all classes from June. This will be the second hike by the Modi government since coming to power, the first effected by then railway miniser Sadanand Gowda on June 16, 2014.

  • Weather – Special Report on Mumbai Coastal Road Project

    Mumbai : The Rs15,000-crore Mumbai coastal road project is all set to become a reality. On Thursday, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said the mega project has received the final approval from the central government.

  • If you have insomnia, blame global warming

    New Delhi : The country’s GM crop regulator on Thursday recommended the commercial use of genetically-modified mustard in a submission to the environment ministry, a senior official in the Union government said.

  • District level swimming competition held

    Ujjain : A district level swimming competition was organised at Madhav Club for children on Friday morning. Convener Rakesh Tiwari said the winners would participate in the State level swimming competition, to be held in Bhopal from June 4 to 7. The competition was held in the sub-junior, junior and senior categories. Swimmers from across Ujjain district also displayed their talent in various advanced techniques of swimming.