Free Press Journal
  • Personal Pamper Zone: How you can create a bathroom to luxuriate in

    Bathrooms are already transforming from a purely functional area into a self-pampering zone almost like a private spa or a personal wellness space. The movement is towards sensory experiences and harmonic design concepts, which create a visual tranquillity. So make sure you are following the trend. Chirag Parekh, Chairman & Managing Director – Sternhagen and Shantanu Jain, President – Sales & Marketing, Stonelam Surfaces, explain how to convert your bathroom into a

  • Club Literati’s authors talk with octogenarian Amarjeet Kaur

    BHOPAL : Club Literati, organised an authors talk session with Amarjeet Kaur on Saturday evening at Bhojpur club. The 81-year -old author Kaur who penned down her pool of thoughts and experiences in her book “Ahmadshah”, a collection of short stories. The book consists of stories including ‘Apni-Apni Majboori,’ ‘Uljhane,’ ‘Hasiyat,’ ‘Ahmadshah,’ and many other.

  • MPCB to HC: City rivers polluted due to BMC apathy, citizens culpable also

    The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB), in its affidavit filed before the Bombay High Court, has blamed the BMC for failing to update its Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) system across the city.  the MPCB has said  the BMC has failed to provide and update STPs in the city.  The MPCB has also blamed the citizens for “majorly” contributing to the pollution of rivers across Mumbai.

  • India stumble

    Concede late goal to draw against England in opener

  • Modi lashes out at Oppn, refers to RaGa’s ‘unwanted hug’ at UP rally

    Shahjahanpur (UP) : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday took a dig at Rahul Gandhi over the “unwanted hug” he received from the Congress president in Parliament, and said the coming together of many parties against the BJP will only help the ‘lotus’ bloom.

  • Tribals seek separate status like Lingayats

    Bhopal : “We follow ethnic culture, we are not Hindus,” said MLA and AICC general secretary Umang Singar while talking to Free Press, here on Saturday. The tribal Congress leader has demanded a separate status for their religion in Madhya Pradesh.

  • US to offer $200m to Ukraine

    Pentagon says it will help the war-torn nation bolster defence capabilities

  • India ease past New Zealand to take unassailable 2-0 lead

    Bengaluru : The Indian men’s hockey team registered its second successive victory against New Zealand, beating the visitors 3-1 to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match Test series at the Sports Authority of India’s Bengaluru Campus on Saturday..

  • Bank cashier, asst manager robbed of Rs 10 lakh in broad daylight

    Indore : In a broad daylight incident, a cashier and assistant branch manager of a bank were robbed of Rs 10 lakh by two bike-borne persons on busiest road near BRTS on Saturday. The robbers managed to flee towards Vijay Nagar after committing crime. The incident was captured in CCTV installed near the spot but police could not identify the robbers as bike rider wore helmet and pillion rider wore a cap.

  • Transport strike enters 2nd day, citizens suffer

    Mumbai : As the transport unions’ indefinite strike entered the second day on Saturday, the day-to-day routine of Mumbai residents has come to standstill.

  • ‘Hug’ gets mixed response

    New Delhi : The jury is still out on Congress President Rahul Gandhi surprising Prime Minister Modi with a hug in the Lok Sabha on Friday immediately after a blistering attack on him during the debate on the no-confidence motion.

  • 17-year-old girl commits suicide

    BHOPAL : A 17-year-old girl committed suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan, by a noose made of her dupatta, at her residence on Friday at around 7:30 pm.

  • Private school association protests against Fee Regulation Act

    BHOPAL : Private school association (PSA) protested against state government’s Fee Regulation Act by burning an effigy of the act on Saturday. President of PSA Ajit Singh said that government is trying to impose inspector-raj through new rules.

  • Putin soccer ball gift to Trump gets routine security check

    Washington: The red-and-white soccer ball tossed to President Trump by Russian President Putin is undergoing a routine security screening. The US Secret Service says that’s standard for all gifts to the President.

  • Only love and compassion can build a nation: Rahul

     New Delhi : A day after creating a splash in the Lok Sabha by hugging Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that only way to build a nation was by harnessing love and compassion of people.