Free Press Journal
  • Dalai Lama says Tibet can be in China

    New Delhi: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Sunday said that Tibet can remain in China, only if Beijing recognised and respected the region’s distinct culture and autonomy.

  • Cambridge Analytica employee on India project may have been poisoned

    New York: A Romanian employee of Cambridge Analytica (CA), who worked on its project in India, may have been “poisoned” in Kenya, an ex-employee has told a British parliamentary select committee. Christopher Wylie, a former employee of Cambridge Analytica, told the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee on Tuesday that Dan Muresan, who had worked on the Indian project, was suspected to have been poisoned in his Kenyan hotel room in

  • Indore: National Mario Day: Take a break from violent culture

    Indore: Creating a fantasy world making the gamer a hero saving his princess, video game Mario from the popular Nintendo game changed the lives of children born in 90s. The change was not limited to 90s kids, rather people seek its reality where men save women instead of harassing them.

  • Indore: Ordinary women with extraordinary role recognised

    Indore: Like every year, International Women’s Day was celebrated with much enthusiasm, promises and pledges across city on Thursday. Every year March 8 is celebrated across the world to express love and respect to women’s contributions in every field and the theme for celebration this year was ‘Positive Visibility of Women’.

  • Indore: They inspire others to aspire for height

    Indore: International Women’s Day is celebrated throughout the world on March 8. It is the day when women are recognized for their achievements. Acknowledging their accomplishment, effort and struggle, Free Press carried out their stories to inspire others.

  • Indore: Cycling away from gadget addiction

    Indore: With kids spending most of their times hooked to tablets and electronic gadgets, Shaikh family decided to bring a turn in their life by changing a family trend. “Gadgets are important and essential to survival today, but they also create a distance in family members, which is not good,” hotelier Zafar Shaikh said. Worry took over him as he wanted to bring a change in the trend.

  • Indore: Rewarding treasure of coins to interact with history & the world around

    Indore: Taking up as a hobby in childhood, collecting and documenting coins has become a passion for 49-year-old businessman Raj Bhadur Singh Gyanee. Spending time, resources and energy to gather coins brings him joy. Sharing his journey, Gyanee said, “Unlike this smart generation, I come from the time when kids fancied and also, treasured every possible thing they came across.” Those days his father used to give him two paisa as pocket

  • Bhopal: Lukewarm response leaves artisans high and dry

    Bhopal: It is 4.30 pm and Govind Ram from Rajasthan is still awaiting his first customer of the day at his stall at Lokrang – a signature five-day festival of state culture department organised every year on Republic Day. This is the 33rd edition of the event.   Govind who has brought a range of short and long ‘kurtis’ from his native state doubts whether he will be able to cover the expenses

  • Indore: Basant Panchami: May Saraswati blesses with more knowledge and art in life

    Indore: What Diwali is to Lakshmi, and Navaratri is to Durga, Basant Panchami is to the goddess of knowledge and arts, Saraswati. Praying to the goddess for blessing with more art in life, residents of Indore dressed in new clothes offered prayers to goddess Saraswati and celebrated the occasion with fervour on Monday.

  • Indore: Human Dynamo: The beautiful mixture of opposites

    Indore: Picking out the best of each parent, twins share birth-date but rarely share the same interest and skills. Utilising the best of their abilities and making it work for their benefit, this pair is entertaining and inspiring for those wondering about success.

  • Why (pseudo) feminism is dangerous for the society

    We are living in 2018 and 21st century and the world is progressing rapidly. Human beings are going places with innovation, technology, and science. The very idea of humanity is witnessing a huge shift and this time is about equality, gender rights and justice for all. The age-old debate between sexes is still going on and we are still fighting over superiority between men and women and recently the atmosphere has been

  • Bhopal: ‘Hearing Eyes’ fellows learn ground realities at Jhabua village

    Bhopal: Sourabh Gujar and Gaurvi Singh, the ‘Hearing Eyes’ fellows who stayed at a village in Jhabua as part of their fellowship to learn about issues impacting children and women, shared their learning with media persons here at Gandhi Bhawan on Thursday. The two fellows belong to Bhopal, one is an architect and other is from banking sector. During their stay at Gopalpura and Jarat villages, the duo lived a family like

  • Indore: Dwelling in meditative states and joy of colours

    Indore: Representing Indore, painter Shubha Vaidya received admiration from several renowned artists as well as visitors on the inaugural day of art festival being held in Mumbai.

  • Bhopal: Culture dept bends rules to oblige BJP MP’s kin

    Bhopal: The state culture department is in dock for committing financial irregularities. To oblige BJP Rajya Sabha MP Satyanarain Jatia, the department extended the contract awarded to a company owned by his brother Hariom Jatia for one year to four years without inviting fresh bids.

  • A patron of the arts- nurturing Ujjain’s untapped talent

    Ujjain: Human beings are said to be world’s finest embodiment of articulation and expression. When humans give vent to these expressions, we literally personify our claim to nature’s best creation. Often such well-articulated and expressive individuals rue about not getting platforms to showcase their art and skills. However Ujjanite ‘Rajesh Agrawal’ makes sure that such individuals don’t miss this opportunity.

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