Free Press Journal
  • ‘Hero’ Sooraj Pancholi unplugged

    He may have moved on but the spotlight on his past has not. His contemporaries have also faced the brunt of their exes but he has had to literally face the wrath of the past. While his first leading lady Athiya Shetty is busy promoting her second film, Sooraj has just signed his upcoming projects with Prabhudheva and Faruk Kabir’s film, Hafiz. Talking more about Athiya, the actor says that he is happy

  • Priyanka Chopra has no pressure

    Our global icon Priyanka Chopra is back in Mumbai on a quick holiday but that doesn’t mean that business takes a back seat. The ‘Baywatch’ actress while in town decided to pitch in to promote her new movie ‘Kya Re Rascala’. But Priyanka doesn’t want her new film to feel the pressure of her National Award Winning debut movie ‘Ventilator’.

  • Gadgets for your freelance working desk

    The workplace scenario across the globe has been changing at a rapid pace over the years. Remote work increases our work productivity and lowers stress level. In fact, it helps us to have a proper work-life balance which is what boosts our motivation. So, today we are up for a list of gadgets and everyday accessories for all the remote workers out there

  • Cyber security tips for bloggers

    If you’re a freelance blogger, your computer and smartphone are your livelihood as well as the tools of your craft.

  • CSR conclave held at IIM

    Indore : Executive post graduate programme in management (EPGP) batch 2017-18 conducted corporate social responsibility (CSR) conclave at IIM Indore on Saturday.

  • Police families oppose public toilet in Mandvi fearing foul smell in area

    PROJECT DELAY Officials spent Rs12.5 L on pre-fabricated container but were opposed , To construct any public toilet, prior consent of the citizens residing in that vicinity is necessary.  But, the fact is, there is no toilet on Md Ali Road.

  • Sunday Guest – Happy to be in the lap of nature, Mayank Mishra

    His father would bring home new plants and take utmost care of them, but failed to evoke much interest for flowers or gardening in him, as he would often remain occupied with his studies and exams. But, he needed a way to vent his sorrow after the loss of his father and found his dad’s garden the best means to relive his memories. Now, his garden is home to over 40 varieties

  • Muguruza overpowers Williams

    With persistent drizzle blanketing the All England Club, Williams and Muguruza were competing in the first Wimbledon final to begin under the roof, watched by a sell-out crowd including Hollywood actress Hilary Swank.

  • Narottam not ready to give up; court to hear appeal today

    BHOPAL : After Delhi High Court putting its seal of approval on the EC decision disqualifying minister for parliamentary affairs Narottam Mishra, a tug-of-war has begun between the opposition and the government.

  • Rare appearance of cops decreases fear among violators

    Indore : Like other parts of the old city, the traffic prone road between Shastri Market Square and MTH Compound Square suffers heavy inconvenience due to illegal parking on either side of the road.

  • It’s India Mithali Raj

    Mithali, Rajeshwari secure semis berth in World Cup

  • Mumbai’s largest lake Modak Sagar overflows

    Mumbai : While there are isolated showers in South Mumbai, there is a lot to be happy about for citizens, as there are no more fears of water cuts. Modak Sagar, one of the biggest lakes supplying water to Mumbai has begun overflowing due to the good amount of rainfall the city observed from Friday onwards. On Saturday morning at 6.32 am the lake started overflowing. Modak Sagar provides 440 million litres

  • Quack sets up shop outside aaganwadi centre

    SHIVPURI : A quack set up his shop without any permission just outside the Aaganwadi Centre of Ward Number 16. He was accompanied by four of his associates and he took money from many persons in return for dubious medicines.