Free Press Journal
  • Game of Thrones Season 7: Here’s what to expect

    Dragons! Ships! Massive battles! And at least one flaming sword! Season 7 of the Game of Thrones is barely a fortnight away, and fans are on the edge of their seats. However, before we look at what to expect in the show’s penultimate season — which, with just seven episodes, is also its shortest to date — let’s catch up on where we left the major players at the end of Season 6.

  • The significance of Chakra Meditation

    The chakra dhyana techniquechakra meditation, helps align your chakras, clearing the way for the kundalini shakti to rise through them and meet Shiva. Every time you do the dhyana, the kundalini shakti rises a bit.

  • Building a comprehensive photo storage, backup system

    As we never know what can happen, a good photographer also understands the need for an effective and safe back-up solution. Photographers use a variety of options for data backup. Here are the most popular ones

  • Shiv Darshan is the new Deewana in town

    1. What attracted you about the craft of acting that prompted you to become an actor?

     I hail from a filmy family. Not just my immediate family but even my extended family is from the industry. I have grown up in this environment, so I always wanted to be a part of the industry whether as an actor or an editor or as a cinematographer. It took me a while to

  • Dhhai Kilo Prem actress Anjali Anand nails 14-min monologue on fat shaming in one take

    TV serial ‘Dhhai Kilo Prem’ has brought to our screens an unconventional love story of two not so perfect, overweight individuals rather than the classic love stories we watch on television of two good looking people. Breaking stereotypes seems to be the agenda for the show as in an upcoming episode we hear that the main lead, Anjali Anand, shot for a 14-minute monologue expressing her feelings on being overweight. What’s more, Anjali nailed

  • SC fiat on liquor outlets fails to arrest consumption: Survey

    BHOPAL : The Supreme Court’s decision not to allow liquor shops within 500 metres of national highways might have led to closure of shops in the stipulated area but it has not led to any reduction in the quantum of liquor consumption in the state. In fact, the excise revenue has grown.

  • ‘Our vision is to ensure socially useful dialogue in every field of communication’

    BHOPAL : Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Evam Sanchar Vishwavidhyalaya is one of the pioneer institutes of education in Mass Communication and computer education in central India. Vice chancellor of the university Prof Brij Kishor Kuthiala, a man of human communication expert, has long experience in the field of mass communication. He was professor for 21 years in Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi and has16 years’ teaching experience in Kurukshetra.

  • Fashion show, dance contest held at Gammon Mall

    A fashion show and dance competition were organised at Gammon Mall, New on Saturday. It was presented by Emraan Events Entertainment and 5Star Dance Academy. Young.  A good number youth from participated in the show and won titles of Mr and Miss Gammon2017. Aditya Dubey and Sakshi Magrey won title of face of gammon Mr. and Miss Gammon 2017. Gulshan Yadav Ranveer Jain, Shiba Khan and Shweta Malviya were first and second

  • It’s India vs Pak cricket match again

    Derby : Their confidence on an all-time high after back-to-back wins, India would look to continue their unbeaten streak when they clash against arch-rivals Pakistan in their third game of the ICC Women’s World Cup.

  • Adventurous camp for students organised

    Physical education department of Bhopal School of Social Sciences organised adventurous camp of to make students stress-free after exam work load. The nine-day camp was held at Kangada a district of Himachal Pradesh. Total 38 trekkers visited the land of god and enjoyed its natural beauty a lot. They also visited Dharmshala. Trekkers savoured the 9000 feet track called as Truind track which was a treacherous track snaking its way uphill. The

  • Akriti tiny tots celebrate Mud Day

    BHOPAL : The teachers and students of the Akriti International pre-school division organised a programme based on clay modeling on Saturday. The tiny tots of the pre-school created various models which manifests the creativity among them, on the occasion of International Mud Day. The programme other than being a memorable event for them was also a way to connect with the nature for the students.

  • Cruise control mode

    North Sound (Antigua) : Foot firmly set on the pedal, a marauding India would be aiming to seal the series with yet another resounding performance against a below-par West Indies in the fourth One-Day International.

  • ‘Would look into making some changes’

    North Sound (Antigua) : India captain Virat Kohli was happy with a clinical performance in the third ODI and hinted at making some changes in the playing XI providing game time to all those who have not yet figured in the playing XI in the ongoing series.

  • Patel institute engg students develop aqua silencer

    BHOPAL : Engineering students of Patel group of Institutions have developed aqua silencer. The students of mechanical department developed the devise in guidance of faculty members, which produces less carbon monoxide as compared to ordinary silencer.

  • SBI donates 5 computers, TT tables

    BHOPAL : State Bank of India (SBI) has donated five computers and table tennis tables to government children home (Girls) Nehru Nagar Bhopal and government child observation home, CI homes, Bhopal under the corporate social responsibility (CSR).

  • Never lost confidence in my game: Rahane Ajinkya

    Rahane doesn’t know what will happen when Rohit comes back during Sri Lanka series and that’s why he would prefer to live in present rather than fretting on his batting slot.