Free Press Journal
  • Muslim outfit slams govt for forced exit of UP riot victims

    Aligarh : Alleging that the riot victims are being forcefully evicted from relief camps, a Muslim organisation on Saturday said that the Akhilesh Yadav government’s track record of treating the victims was no better than of Narendra Modi government in Gujarat. 

  • Stalin versus Alagiri again: DMK scraps Madurai unit

    Chennai : Sibling rivalry in DMK came to the fore for yet another time on Saturday, with the party high command dissolving a Madurai unit and replacing it with a temporary body dominated by supporters of its Treasurer M K Stalin.

  • Shuddh dishy dude!

    Sushant Singh Rajput shares his fitness mantra with SHWETA KULKARNI. (more…)

  • Tunda claims police picked him up in Nepal

    New Delhi : Lashkar-e-Taiba bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda claimed Saturday that the Delhi Police did not arrest him in India but picked him up in Nepal. 

  • BJP begins campaign for Virbhadra’s ouster

    Shimla : The opposition BJP in Himachal Pradesh Saturday started a week-long ‘Virbhadra hatao, pradesh bachao’ campaign to seek Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh’s resignation following allegations of corruption against him. 

  • When dignity superseded all bitterness!

    When you separate from the love of your life of 17 years, you are bound to make news and be in the eye of speculation. However, the Roshans know how to maintain their dignity. While both Susanne and Hrithik are done talking to the press about the separation, they are not hiding from the media glare. Recently when all

  • Short-distance commuters will have to pay more soon

    MRVC has put forward a proposal before Railway Board for increasing the fare for the repayment of loan taken from the World Bank. It has also been backed by the Board and will soon be implemented (more…)

  • Gadgetry is infectious, frustrating: Big B

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who keeps himself abreast with the latest gadgets and gizmos, said that using gadgets can be infectious but also frustrating sometimes, says IANS. The 71-year-old, who started using an iPhone 5S, said that shifting to a new mobile phone device has been easy, but operating it is painful. “Gadgetry is infectious and frustrating…shifting to the iPhone 5S

  • The Good, The Bad And The Ridiculous

    Insightful, provocative and unabashedly entertaining, The Good, the Bad and the Ridiculous is, in many ways, an intimate, irreverent modern history of the subcontinent. (more…)

  • Was it a murder or suicide?

    Mumbai; The post-mortem report of 26-year-old doctor, Dr Divya Macchiraju, which was carried out at JJ Hospital, Mumbai Central, revealed that the veins of her left hand were cut. Whether it was a suicide or a murder is yet to be confirmed.
    According to sources, Macchiraju’s mother insists that Divya was murdered as her family members observed some scars on her body.
    The forensic lab report is awaited and shall be out after three

  • Temple priest found murdered

    Mumbai; The body of a priest, affiliated to Vithhal Rakhumai Temple in Dahisar, was recovered from a wall on the fourth floor of the temple. Priest, Guttu Linganna Satpali, had gone missing since December 30. A plumber was working there when he noticed the loose tiles on the fourth floor. He was surprised as he had repaired the tiles only recently. On further observation, he found the dead body. Police was contacted

  • Swift South Sudan peace deal dashed as talks stall

    Addis Ababa : Warring parties in South Sudan delayed direct peace talks today dashing hopes of a swift ceasefire to end raging fighting and the risk of a slide into all-out civil war, reports AFP. While top leaders of the government and rebel teams have briefly met directly, the rivals continued today to hold separate talks with negotiators. 

  • Raise the BAR!

    Will the Dance Bars be back? GEHNA MEHRA goes to one of the illegal one and finds why they rock for some. (more…)