Free Press Journal
  • International Music Day Special: Gadgets for music lovers

    Music can truly help you stay calm and peaceful at the end of a tiring day only if you have the right gadgets by your side. By right, we mean the gadgets that bridge the gap between good quality and what you get to hear. These are some of the best ones to go for as of now

  • Sidhant Gupta: I was intimidated when I met Sanjay Dutt for the first time

    Actor Sidhant Gupta who made his Bollywood debut with Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film “Bhoomi” says that shooting with an actor like Sanjay was very intimidating but it also broke a lot of preconceived notions he had about Sanjay. Sidhant came to Mumbai six years ago to pursue his dream of acting, he got his big break with a television on the show “Tashan-E-Ishq” which led to a dance reality show “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa season 9”

  • Priyanka Chopra’s production ‘Pahuna’ to be dubbed in 14 languages

    Actor turned director Paakhi Tyrewala is coming out with her first feature film ‘Pahuna: The Little Visitors’ which is helmed by Priyanka Chopra’s Purple Pebbles Productions, is a first Sikkimese film which will be dubbed in 14 languages.

  • OMG! Poonam Pandey’s extremely hot and sensuous pictures you cannot miss

    Poonam Pandey is known for her sexy appearance in Bollywood and is a headline-grabber. Few days back, Miss Pandey had shared her hot and bold pictures on the internet. They were extremely sizzling, and in no time it was viral on internet. Her social media was full of likes and comments. The actress has featured in many controversies, but we are not getting into that. She does not shy away from flaunting

  • Sniffer dogs to rescue of big cats in MP

    For feline’s safetynAll sniffer dogs have been provided by NGO, Save Tigers India, free of cost. One each has been deployed in Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur and Sagar forest circles. Two more dogs will be inducted in fleet and they will be trained at Tekanpur So far, it has detected nearly 25 cases like wiring laid by poachers, theft and others.

  • People living on China border our strategic assets: Rajnath Singh

    Joshimath (Uttarakhand) : Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that people living along the China border were the country’s “strategic assets”, and directed the frontier guarding force ITBP to ensure that they did not migrate as this would put India’s security at risk.

  • Puneri Paltan narrowly beat UP Yoddha 34-33

    Chennai : Continuing their good form in the Chennai leg, Puneri Paltan edged past UP Yoddha 34-33 in the Inter Zone Challenge Week of the fifth Pro Kabaddi League here on Saturday, reports IANS.

  • Bijoya festivities begin in Bengali households

    BHOPAL : With immersion of idols of Goddess Durga on Vijaya Dashami begins the auspicious period of ‘Bijoya’ in Bengali households, which continues till Diwali.

  • Bullet train project will be demonetisation-like move: PC

    New Delhi : Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday criticised the bullet train project, saying it will be a demonetisation-like move “which will kill everything else”, and suggested that the money should instead be spent on improving rail safety.

  • National C’ship quarters: Sindhu, Saina, Srikanth get direct entry

    Bengaluru : The Badminton Association of India (BAI) has decided that all players ranked in top 50 in the BWF World Rankings will get direct entry into quarter- finals of the upcoming National Championship, which for the first time will be Rs. 1 crore prize money event, reports PTI.

  • Hamilton claims pole position in Malaysia as Vettel to start from last

    Kuala Lumpur : Formula one World championship leader Lewis Hamilton, who struggled to be on par with the Ferrari’s during the practice session, claimed the pole position in the Malaysia Grand Prix on Saturday, while his major rival Sebastian Vettel got eliminated from the qualifying session due to an engine problem, reports IANS.

  • Tamil Nadu, four other states, UT get governors

    New Dehi : President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday appointed five governors and a lieutenant governor of Andaman and Nicobar, including serving BJP national vice-president Satyapal Malik (65) in Bihar to fill the vacancy caused by his resignation to contest the presidential poll.

  • RSS takes out path sanchalan on its foundation day

    BHOPAL : Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) took out traditional path-sanchalan (march-past) from various parts of city to mark its foundation day on Saturday. The path sanchalan will be held for three days. The RSS will take out path sanchalan from 20 places during three days.

  • Hero MotoCorp extends support to Indian team

    Gurugram : Hero MotoCorp Ltd on Saturday wished the Indian national U-17 football team best of luck for the upcoming FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017.

  • We have the potential to win the FIFA U-17 World Cup: India coach

    New Delhi : With just six days to go for the biggest football event India have ever witnessed, the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017, Indian team coach Luís Norton de Matos has said that his team has the potential to win the event and that they are absolutely up for the challenge.