Free Press Journal
  • TEDx Gateway 2018: Anuj Kumbhat on his passion for poetry and the Spoken Word

    The rising popularity of spoken word poetry is giving a voice to artistes like Anuj Kumbhat, 26-year old who shifted to Mumbai from Kolkata to pursue a career in the corporate sector. And then he discovered spoken word and fell in love with it. Due to its immediacy and direct rapport with its audience, this type of poetry often contains references to current events and issues relevant to a contemporary audience. He

  • Fire at Make in India: HC queries Maha govt on safety issue

    Mumbai : Days after the major fire at a ‘Make in India’ event, the Bombay High Court on Wednesday told Maharashtra government that it should frame comprehensive guidelines to ensure safety of artistes and technicians on stage and also of the audience, if such rules do not exist already.

  • Irregularity comes to fore in talent hunt programme

    UMARIA : Irregularity seemed again in talent search program for Simhasth-Mahakumbh, which will be held at Ujjain. In the block level talent search program all criteria were crossed by the organisers. Local   artistes are complaining that that they have not been given proper facilities. They also said that they have not been given their payments also by the organisers.

  • Narendra Modi

    Artistes, academicians come out in support of Modi govt

    New Delhi: A group of writers, academicians and artistes today came out in support of Narendra Modi government and dismissed the protests over alleged rising intolerance as “much ado” about the declining clout of a “pampered section” which was now targeting the Prime Minister.

  • Vice Chancellor justifies meet with Raj Thackeray

    Mumbai: Newly appointed Mumbai University Vice Chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh, who invited criticism for his meeting with MNS chief Raj Thackeray last week, justified his visit. Dr Desmukh gave a list of persons to  Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao, he wishes to meet to prepare a future roadmap of the university.  He said that one person sitting in four walls cannot make a future plan for the university. He needs suggestion from academicians, sportsmen,