Free Press Journal
  • The forgotten stars are back, with the Mirror Game

    The cast of the movie has been off the big screen for a quite some time now. The last time we remember seeing Pooja Batra was during ABCD 2, Pravin Dabas was last seen in Rajini MMS 2 and Omi Vaidya seemed to have vanished from Bollywood post the forgettable movie Jodi Breakers. But Mirror Game: Ab Khel Shuru – a psychological thriller seems to mark their comeback of sorts. While the film

  • Vivian’s first love!

    Not many people know that heartthrob of television Vivian is a big-time football fanboy. Not only does he like to watch football, but he is a terrific football player himself. “Yes, I’m into football. I have been playing the sport since I was 10 years old,” confessed Vivan. “I am a big fan of David Beckham as well. Besides, football is actually my first love,” gushed Vivian.

  • Lipstick guide for dusky beauties

    Women with a dusky skin tone may often be in a fix over the shade of lip colour to choose. Floral ones or earthy tones can be interesting choices, suggest experts. Aashmeen Munjaal, celebrity make-up artist and Nelofar Currimbhoy, President of Shahnaz group of companies, have shared some tips:

  • Of berths and books

    Reading no longer goes hand in hand with rail travel,  People immersed in their mobiles, with no time to spare for the printed word, is a common scene on trains,

  • ‘Will achieve best transparency and candidate-friendly processes of exam’

    BHOPAL : Once tainted and having earned a bad reputation, VYAPAM is now under the expert hands of director Bhaskar Lakshakar, a 2010-batch IAS officer, who is working towards turning the institution into a mark of excellence in conducting examinations with full transparency and sanctity, under the new name Professional Examination Board (PEB).

  • Dual Battle for BOYS in Blue

    Birmingham : Defending champions India will be aiming to shut out off-field controversies when they lock horns with arch-rivals Pakistan in their ICC Champions Trophy opener – a marquee contest where tension and drama is never in short supply.

  • In Russia, Prime Minister Modi makes veiled attack on Pakistan over terror

    St Petersburg : In a veiled attack on Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it is countries which arm, finance and provide communication support to terrorists and called upon all nations to rise above ideas like “good terrorism, bad terrorism” to save humanity from destruction.

  • Punjab & Sind Bank ED launches gold loan scheme

    BHOPAL : Executive director of Punjab & Sind Bank Farid Ahmed    inaugurated gold loan scheme at its regional office on Saturday. Recently, the bank has launched Bharat QR Code, UPI and POS machine.

  • India, France to take Paris accord forward

     Paris : Unfazed by the US withdrawal, India and France on Saturday pledged themselves to a successful implementation of the Paris accord on climate change even as they vowed to jointly fight the scourge of terrorism, the two challenges that are stalking the world at large.

  • Tense Kabul under lockdown after deadly protest clashes

    Kabul : Kabul city was on lockdown on Saturday with armed checkpoints and armoured vehicles patrolling the streets to prevent a repeat of protests that spiralled into street clashes, leaving at least four people dead.

  • Nautapa ends, heat on the rise

    Indore : After a brief relief from heat conditions due to pre-monsoon showers, mercury again shot up on the next day after Nautapa ended.