Free Press Journal
  • Upen Patel ready for second chance in Bollywood

    Actor Upen Patel is taking yet another shot in Bollywood with Suneel Darshan’s Ek Haseena Thi Ek Dewaana Tha. The last time we saw the model turned actor was on the dance reality show Nach Baliye 7 with then girlfriend Karishma Tanna. More than his acting skills Upen has been in news for his personal life – be it his link up with actress Amrita Arora or his very public split with former girlfriend, Karishma

  • Make your gadgets monsoon-proof

    The cosmopolitan man cannot move a step ahead without gadgets today. Thus, requires Smartphone, laptop, digital camera, tablet, plus a lot more gadgets in his everyday life. But monsoons make it challenging for men to go out of their homes with these sophisticated gadgets as water contact might make them permanently damaged. Does that mean that these gadgets have to be left at home during the monsoon season? Absolutely not! There are

  • Love Match: When cricket meets Bollywood

    Cricket and Bollywood are the two lifelines for entertainment in India. Regarded as ‘The Gentleman’s Game’ it holds a special place in every Indian heart, it has the perfect combination of drama, action and emotion just like a Hindi film. And from ages, cricket and Bollywood share a special bond that foretells various stories of link-ups, friendships and not to mention controversies too. While our blue brigade is busy chasing the Champion’s

  • Arpit Ranka ready to play a father to a teenager

    Actor Arpit Ranka, known for his role as Duryodhana in magnum opus “Mahabharat”, says he is open to play the role of father of a teenager too if the script demands that.

  • Sunny Leone back in MTV Splitsvilla

    Actress Sunny Leone is all set to make her comeback in ‘MTV Splitsvilla’. Sunny who has been a host and a mentor on the show for three years is excited to return to the show with her co- host Rannvijay Singh. Boasting of a brand new theme and an exotic shoot location, Sunny has reasons enough to be excited to return for this season of Splitsvilla.

  • Stir to continue, say farmers; tell CM your bureaucrats are villians

    Bhopal : In their interaction with the chief minister, the farmers presented a long list of complaints to him. Among them the biggest was cash crunch. Chouhan was told that they got cheques as payment for their produce but the cheques took days to be cleared.

  • Killed Mandsaur farmers ‘ kin to CM: Act against guilty cops, give up fast

    Bhopal : Family members of the four farmers killed in police firing at Mandsaur on June 6 met CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan at his fast venue on Saturday. They requested him to give up his fast and demanded tough action against the policemen who had killed their kin.
    Those who met the CM included elder brother of Kanhaiya Lal, 40 of Tilod Pipalya, Sandeep Patidar, elder brother of Abhiskek Patidar, 17 of Barekheda,

  • Elderly woman dies as speeding mini truck hits

    Indore : A 65-year-old woman was killed after a speeding mini truck hit her near Loha Mandi on late Friday night. She was going to her relatives place when the accident occurred. According to police, the deceased was been identified as Bhanwarbai, a resident of Jeevandeep Colony.

  • 200 ITEF delegates from MP, C’garh to discuss employees welfare

    Indore : The three-day long 11th delegate conference of Income Tax Employees Federation (ITEF) Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh circle will be organised in the city on Monday. Over 200 delegates from both the states are likely to attend the conference.

  • May to form government with DUP backing, finalises cabinet

    London : Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday began finalising her cabinet of ministers and held talks with the Democratic Unionist Party to determine the contours of the party’s support for her minority government.

  • Champions Trophy 2017: England beat Australia by 40 runs

    Birmingham : Marching towards a thumping victory, England had to be content with a 40-run victory via D/L method over Australia, at the Edgbaston Stadium here on Saturday. With this result, Australia is out of the contention for semi finals and it has made Bangladesh jubilant as they are automatically qualified for the semis. Before rain interrupted the match again, England were in a very strong position at 240/4. They needed just

  • Farmers term fast a political gimmick

    BHOPAL : CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan sat on an indefinite ‘peace fast’ urging the agitating farmers across the state to shun violence and solve the problems peacefully on Saturday at Dussehra ground in Govindpura here. However, majority of the farmers who had gathered at the ground seemed to believe that the fast was just a political gimmick which would not help solve their problems.

  • Afghan policemen killed in US ‘friendly fire’ air strike

    Kandahar : A US air strike killed at least two Afghan policemen and wounded four others in Helmand, officials said on Saturday, in apparently the first “friendly fire” incident since American Marines returned to the southern province in April.