Free Press Journal
  • World Television Day: What’s so regressive, ask TV stars

    How does one celebrate World Television Day in India, when the only words associated with it are ‘regressive’ and repetitive? But those, who work for the TV, slam the contempt and question the adjectives, writes SHUBARNA MUKERJI SHU.

  • Welcome on board: Review

    Title: Welcome on board
    Author: Vinamra Longani
    Publisher: Om Books International
    Pages: 234
    Price: Rs 195

  • What does it mean to be a champion? Find out

    Shayamal Vallabhjee talks to Vibha Singh about the learning’s and strategies from seventeen years of his successful professional sports career to help nurture the mindset of young people to become champion in corporate and real life…

  • YouTube Channels, YouTube Channels for movies, movie fanatics, CinemaSins, ScreenJunkies, MOVIEMISTAKES, Screen Rant, Channel Awesome (The Nostalgia Critic)

    Let’s explore YouTube channels for movie fanatics

    If you like movies, the chances are you like YouTube too. On a smaller scale, YouTube gives content creators a place to share their talents with the world. It’s no surprise that movies and YouTube go together well. You can watch the latest movie trailers or even full movies on YouTube. We’ve previously discussed YouTube channels all movie fans will love, but there are so many more. Let’s explore the channels all

  • portable projectors, projector to watch movies, ZTE Spro2 Mini Portable Projector, Touchjet POND Projector, Sony HD Pico Mobile Projector, iCODIS CB-100 Pico Projector, Z4 Aurora Projector by XGIMI, RIF6 CUBE Pico Projector

    Portable projectors for movies on the go

    Till date we always connected the word “projector” with a big device that is hardly portable and unaffordable by the general audience. Thanks to technology, projectors are not confined to that particular design anymore. Modern projectors are portable and affordable for daily use. So whether it’s a camping trip or a vacation, you can now enjoy your favorite movies on the big screen no matter where you go. Here are 12 such

  • Movie buffs, Apps of movie buffs, movie apps, IMDb, Paytm, Hotstar, PVR Vkaao

    Must-Have Apps For Movie Buffs

    Winters are almost here, vacations are about to begin – it’s the movie-watching season. For all those movie freaks it is the best time to enjoy your much-awaited release. But with these apps, your movie watching experience will just get better. These essential apps will help you up your movie watching game

  • Best gadgets for movie watching, movie watching apps, International Film Festival of India, IFFI, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, Bonus: Android Wear smartwatch, Sony Xperia Z5 Premium, Microsoft 950 XL, Nexus 6P by Huawei, Chromecast

    Best gadgets for movie-watching

    With the International Film Festival of India kicking off from November 20, we’ve been wondering which gadgets offer the best movie-watching experience. After some careful considerations, these are the gadgets every film buff should know about…

  • Alauddin Khilji, Deepika Padukone, Padmavati, Ranveer Singh, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Shahid Kapoor, padmavati row, padmavati controversy,

    Padmavati Row Hots Up

    Films meant to entertain, not hurt: BJP

  • OPD shut to protest manhandling of doctor

    SHUJALPUR : To protest the manhandling of Dr Chandramohan Gupta, posted in the city government hospital by the attendant of a patient, the private and government doctors of the town kept their OPDs shut for two hours in the morning and staged a sit-in in the government hospital premises. Hospital employees too joined them. The doctors said that incidents of attacks on doctors are increasing because of the administration and the police

  • DIG, Jail Sohail injured in road accident, hospitalised

    BHOPAL : Bhopal DIG Jail Sohail Ahmed was injured in head after his car and a passenger bus collided at Antreji village under Bahadurpur police station in Ashok Nagar district. His PA Ashok Arya and car driver were also injured. All the three have been referred to Bansal Hospital, Bhopal.  DIG Jail was on the way for jail inspection. DIG Sohail Ahmed fractured his leg.

  • Kamal Nath’s birthday celebrated

    UMARIA : The birthday of former union minister and AICC general secretary Kamal Nath was celebrated with fervour at Youth Congress office here under the guidance of YC district president Mohammed Aslam Sher. A cake was cut, sweets were distributed and crackers were burst. Aslam Sher said that Nath is one leader who always stands by the side of the poor and the deprived. Among those present on the occasion were Anuj

  • Collector comes to aid of students

    SHIVPURI : At the initiative of collector Tarun Rathi, the management of St Benedict School has paid Rs 2 lakh to Arvind Yadav, father of school student Anshdeep Yadav. Sixteen-year-old Anshdeep was seriously hurt when a school bus hit him on the campus of the school. A wheel of the bus, which was reversing, passed over the stomach of the child. Anshdeep’s father, who is a man of humble means, had to

  • Rs 3.5 cr sanctioned for Kailaras

    MORENA : Anjana Brajesh Bansal, the newly-elected chairperson of the Kailaras Nagar Panchayat announced here on Saturday that the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has sanctioned Rs 3.50 crore for giving a facelift to the roads of the town. She said that the roads in the town were in a dilapidated state for years and when the chief minister was apprised of it, he directed allocation of funds for the repairs. She

  • 26/11 mastermind’s kin among six ultras killed

    Srinagar : Six Pakistani militants of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), including the nephew of Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, were gunned down in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Saturday in an encounter in which an IAF Garud commando was also killed, officials said. Apart from Lakhvi’s nephew, two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commanders were also among the militants killed by the security forces, Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police (DGP), S P Vaid,