Free Press Journal
  • The significance of teaching children their duties

    Raising children in the globalised and digital world is difficult and raising God-conscious children is even more so. Just to provide food, clothing, shelter, education, and other physical and mental needs requires great endeavour which is a big challenge, writes Vibha Singh

  • Do you suffer from Social Anxiety Disorder

    We all know the feeling of being uncomfortable just thinking about a certain situation. Be it walking into a crammed up elevator, preparing for a big meeting or giving a speech in a room front of people – any situation can cause anxiety, varying person to person. You might say “I dislike meeting people” or “I hate socializing”, but does that mean you have a social anxiety disorder? Certainly not! A social

  • Pankaj Tripathi, Newton, 65th National Film Awards, 65th National Film Awards winner, Pankaj Tripathi reacts after winning the national award, Special mention of national award

    Bollywood is all about survival: Pankaj Tripathi

    Pankaj Tripathi is another theatre graduate who has cemented his place in the Hindi film industry after toiling for more than a decade. The National School of Drama (NSD) graduate, who has delivered impressive performances in films such as “Gangs of Wasseypur”, “Masaan” and “Nil Battey Sannata”, said coming from theatre, Bollywood was always about survival for him.

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    Gadgets for people who constantly lose things

    Let’s face it, everyone loses or “misplaces” things now and then. However, there are some people who tend to be in a constant state of searching for lost items. Thankfully, there are some great products available that can help prevent things from getting lost. What are you going to do with all that time you’ve saved when you are no longer searching for things throughout the day?

  • ‘Doctor Who’: The Doctor Is In

    Jodie Whittaker won’t be setting foot in the TARDIS until Christmas, but parts of the Whoniverse have already decided they don’t want her in the neighbourhood. The BBC’s latest casting announcement for long-running show Doctor Who has just proven—once again—that you can’t please all the people any of the time.

  • Shantanu Maheshwari on Khatron Ke Khiladi: As an actor, one has to keep evolving

    While the city enjoys the rains after days of scorching heat, our stars are in midst of a gruelling competition that has just begun in Spain. The shoot for the upcoming season of ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi’ is on, and there’s no respite for the contestants. Shantanu Maheshwari, who has garnered huge popularity with his character Swayam in Channel V’s Dil Dosti Dance, has taken part in Khatron Ke Khiladi 8. The actor cum dancer,

  • Dengue larvae found in 137 houses

    BHOPAL : The larvae team of the health department, in its survey detected dengue larvae in as many as 137 houses of the city.

  • Govt issues salary revision instructions

    BHOPAL : The state government has issued instructions of the salary revision rule 2017 to implement the 7th pay commission. Those not wanting uplift in 7th pay commission can remain in the existing 6th pay commission bracket. The government has prepared two options to take the 7th pay benefits.

  • Daylong showers bring smiles on faces of city denizens

    BHOPAL : It rained almost throughout the day in the city on Saturday, infusing slight chill in the atmosphere. Temperatures fell further, with the maximum pegged at 28.4 degrees Celsius (2 degrees below normal) and the minimum at 23.8 degrees Celsius (normal).

  • Modern tech is the buzzword at Mining Corp

    From GPS-enabled trucks to sale through website, from satellite imagery to drone cameras, the state-run undertaking has a range of measures up its sleeves to defeat the machinations of the mining mafia, reveals its MD.

  • Indian Eves eye slice of history, glory

    London : History beckons the Indian women’s cricket team when it takes on England in the ICC World Cup final, aiming to cap a fairytale run with a maiden title triumph and put some past demons to rest.