Free Press Journal
  • Sandeep Anand to play Bhojpuri woman

    Actor Sandeep Anand, best known for his various antics on “May I Come In Madam?”, will next be seen portraying a Bhojpuri woman in the comedy show.

  • Nikhil Sabharwal was a professional pilot

    Mumbai: Actor Nikhil Sabharwal says before venturing into the entertainment industry he was a professional pilot in Manila, Philippines.

  • Maharashtra farmers strike: On Day 5, milk and veggies arrive with police escort

    Mumbai/Pune/Nashik: No matter what the government says, the farmers’ agitation in the state is gathering steam. On Monday, Day 5 of the stir and on a day the farmers shut down most of the mandis, milk, vegetables and other essentials had to be brought to Mumbai from the rural areas with heavy police escort. And indications are that unless a solution is found fast, the scenario is going to get more complicated.

  • Your daily horoscope- 6 June by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- It is better to allot some fun-ds for meeting your travel expendi-tures. Your control on your eating patterns will keep you away from liver ailments. Buying a new home will come in your mind.

  • PM Modi will raise H-1B visa issue with Trump, says Sushma Swaraj

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday said India’s relationship with the Trump administration was just like what it was with the Obama regime and there has been no change in the bilateral ties. The PM’s proposed visit to the United States, in spite of US President’s recent harsh remarks against India while exiting the Paris climate treaty, is on course, she added.

  • Ujjain: World environment day celebrated with gusto

    Ujjain: Ujjainites disseminated messages for the protection of environment on the world environment day on Monday by conducting rallies and awareness events. Many social, political, religious and academic organisations celebrated the day with enthusiasm and conducted plantation drives.

  • Indore: 40 hurt as pandal collapses

    Indore: At least 40 people, mostly women were injured after the huge pandal erected to host ‘Pranam Indore’ collapsed due to squall coupled with heavy rains that lashed the city on Monday evening.

  • Farmers strike: Mumbai to get milk from Kolhapur

    Pune: What can be said as unprecedented situation, milk tankers had to sent to Mumbai from Kolhapur in high security arrangement due to the farmers’ strike demanding loan waiver.

  • Maharashtra: Farmers’ bandh successful in Lasalgaon and Nasik

    Nashik: Maharashtra bandh began with violence, road blockades and demonstrations at various places in Nashik division on Monday. No truck was sighted at any APMC in Nashik district including the Lasalgaon yard and markets remained closed while roads appeared deserted.

  • Day 5 of Farmers agitation: Vegetable prices skyrocket

    Mumbai: On the first day of the bandh, Mumbai was spared, however from today, Mumbaikars now brace for the real crunch. The farmers will not allow vegetables and milk to reach Mumbai.

  • Bhopal: 7-day drama fest starts at Rabindra Bhawan

    Bhopal: Seven-day drama festival ‘Aadi Vidrohi’ opened with  a Hindi play ‘1857 Ki Kahani Haryana Ki Zubani’ in the auditorium of Rabindra Bhawan on Monday. Centred on freedom fighters, the fest is being organised by Swaraj Sansthan Sanchanalaya every year. Scripted by P Chandrasekhar and directed by GS Chani, the experimental play talks about the saga of 1857 freedom struggle. The play was presented by Centre For Education Voluntary Action in ‘Swang’

  • Indore: Schools invent smarter way to extract money from parents

    Indore:  Taking a smarter step, schools in the city have invented a new way to increase their earnings every quarter. Applying the simple principle of advancing collection and delaying payments to save interest, now most schools ask for quarterly fee a month in advance.