Free Press Journal
  • Into the Water- Review

    Title: Into the Water
    Author: Paula Hawkins
    Pages: 353
    Publisher: Transworld Publishers
    (part of the Penguin Random House group of companies)

  • ‘My kids complete me’: Vivek Oberoi

    My children have completed me, ever since Vivaan Veer and Ameyaa have come into our lives there is so much positivity and happiness around, that it is beautiful to come home. Earlier, when I was home with just my wife it used to be more conversations and music, calmness. Now, when I come home there are cackles of laughter, kids running around and such a vibrant vibe that resonates happiness right into

  • He didn’t have to say he was Batman

    Batman fans are an easily polarised lot—as is evident with every new casting announcement. But there’s one thing they’ll all have to agree on: Adam West’s Caped Crusader was legendary.

  • Getting appointment at city passport kendra to become easier

    Passport Seva Kendra in city has been facing a heavy rush as Ujjain and Dewas also fall under its jurisdiction, driving thousands of passport seekers from both the districts to Indore.

  • PM inaugurates Kochi Metro, hails ‘Make In India’ features

    Kochi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday dedicated the first phase of Kochi Metro to the nation, took a brief ride in it and hailed its “several significant features”, especially employment to transgenders and women.

  • No arrest in lynching of CPI-ML man in Rajasthan

    Jaipur : The Rajasthan Police is yet to make any arrests in the death of Zafar Khan, a local CPI-ML worker, who was allegedly lynched by sanitation workers on Friday when he tried to stop them from photographing women defecating in the open, officials said on Saturday.

  • Donald Trump cancels Obama’s Cuba deal

    “We will not lift sanctions on the Cuban regime until all political prisoners are freed, freedoms of assembly and expression are respected, all political parties are legalised and free and internationally supervised elections are scheduled elections.”

  • Sunday blockbuster

    Consistent Team India take on inconsistent but dangerous Pakistan in Champions Trophy 2017 final.

  • Exhibition on ‘Tribes of Madhya Pradesh’ at Regional Museum

    BHOPAL : A temporary exhibition on “Tribes of Madhya Pradesh” on the occasion of World Day to Combat Desertification was inaugurated at Regional Museum of Natural History on Saturday. Dr Vinita Vipat, chief scientific officer, environmental planning and coordination organisation, Bhopal was the chief guest of the Programme.

  • Sanjana judges Karlav Talent Hunt grand finale

    A grand finale of programme ‘Karlav Talent Hunt-2017’ was organised in Extol College Auditorium on Saturday. Various cultural activities including dance, ramp, walk, singing, rock band were performed under the programme by 35 artists, enchanted audience.  It is noteworthy here that Orion International School and Extol College organised the auditions to showcase the hidden as well as provide a platform to young talents. Based on singing, dancing, beauty contest, war of rock

  • Cuba calls US policy ‘archaic’

    Havana : The Cuban government has rejected the newly-announced US policy towards the country and said that any attempt to change the political system on the island would be “destined to fail”.

  • INDIA vs Pakistan @ Oval, 3 pm

    ICC champions trophy final today Beginner’s guide to the most volatile game in world cricket Play What’s is it all about?  Sectarian violence and murder during the Partition in 1947 on the foundation of India, West and East Pakistan, wars that year and then again in 1965 and 1971, continued conflict over Kashmir and the Mumbai terror attacks have made tempestuous, frequently toxic bilateral relations the backdrop to the all too rare