Free Press Journal
  • Kapil hits a sixer!

    Kapil Sharma is one of the most popular actors who has amply proved his comedy credentials in the television industry. While he hosts and produces India’s No. 1 rated non-fiction show on TV, ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’, he has been signed by Yash Raj Films for a three-film deal for their youth films division, Y-Films.

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    Notice to police officials for illegal detention of farmer

  • Not partial towards Tamannah: Sajid

    There seems to be the start of a love affair on the sets of ‘Humshakals’… Directed by Sajid Khan, the film stars Tamannah Bhatia, Bipasha Basu, Esha Gupta, Saif Ali Khan and Riteish Deshmukh.

  • Khamenei says nuclear talks will ‘lead nowhere’

    Tehran : Iran’s top decision-maker Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said that while he is not agai nst a resumption of nuclear negotiations with the world’s major powers, the talks will lead nowhere.

  • Govt to have one record for all fin assets of every individual

    New Delhi : In a move to simplify record keeping and ensure greater tax compliance, the government plans to introduce a single data point that will track all financial records, like investments, of an individual.

  • Air India to get equity infusion of Rs 5,500 cr

    New Delhi :  Air India will get an equity infusion of Rs 5,500 crore in 2014-15, as per the interim budget presented in Parliament. Air India has been allocated Rs 5,500.10 crore as equity infusion during the year, with the total plan allocation for the Civil Aviation Ministry standing at Rs 5,720 crore and its non-plan expenditure estimated at Rs 657.98 crore.

  • SC gives one month’s time for Goa mine panel to report

    New Delhi : The ban on mining of iron ore in Goa will continue as the Supreme Court on Monday extended the time by a month for submission of the report by the panel which was asked to suggest the annual cap on volume of iron ore to be extracted.

  • Govt to liberalise rupee corporate bond mkt

    MUMBAI : Finance Minister P. Chidambaram, at Interim Budget for 2014-15 (Apr-Mar) placed in Parliament, announced several steps that will be taken to deepen India’s financial markets, including liberalisation of rupee-denominated corporate bond market.

  • ‘Govt may look at easing gold imports, but not at cost of CAD’

    NEW DELHI :  The government will “look into” easing gold import restrictions, but only after studying impact of such measures on current account deficit, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram said at a press conference after presenting Interim Budget for 2014-15. “There are pros and cons to relaxing the (gold import) restrictions. We will weigh them carefully and take a decision but surely you are not suggesting that I should allow gold imports to

  • Abba wore outrageous outfits to avoid paying taxes

    London: Abba’s former band member Bjorn Ulvaeus has admitted that the garish outfits, including the glittering hotpants, sequined jumpsuits and platform heels, were worn by the group as part of a tax-saving scheme, according to ANI.
    According to Abba: The Official Photo Book, the Swedish group’s trademark stage costumes were designed keeping in mind the Swedish laws that allowed cost of outfits to be deducted against tax if the clothes were too outrageous

  • Bipasha-Harman: It’s serious

     Bipasha Basu has been constantly quizzed about her man, Harman Baweja and their speculated relationship. Finally, Harman has accepted that he is in a relationship with Bipasha Basu, thus giving much-desired fodder to the gossip mongers for once and all. Harman is apparently head over heels in love with this beautiful Bong and both of them are

  • Fiscal deficit, CAD contained; 6% growth doable in FY’15: FM

    New Delhi : After managing to restrict fiscal deficit below his red line and reining in the runaway CAD, a “vindicated” Finance Minister P Chidambaram said economy is picking up and 6 per cent growth is doable in the 2014-15, reports PTI.

  • Virat comes to Anushka’s defence…

    Virat Kohli seems to be very angry these days. Rumours of Anushka Sharma and him dating each other have been the talk of the town, stealing away focus from his cricket. Recently when Anushka Sharma was invited to be a part of Karan Johar’s ‘Koffee…’ on the couch, the whole show centred around the romance, or rather

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Speculative activities may lead to disappointments. Don’t get too involved in conflicts among loved ones. An imperfect use of your energy will bring some health issues.

  • Now get marriage registration certificate via video-conferencing

    New Delhi : Paving the way for couples, especially those living abroad, to register their marriages in absentia, Delhi High Court has said that these certificates can be issued via video-conferencing, reports IANS.

  • Burning Desire To Achieve

    A man asked Dr. Carl Menninger: “What would you advise a person to do, if he felt a nervous breakdown coming in?” Many expected him to reply: ‘Consult a Psychiatrist’. To their astonishment he replied: “He should lock up his house, go across the rail-road-tracks, find someone in need and do something to help that person.” Ernest Shackleton was looking around for a crew that would sail with him to the South