Free Press Journal
  • Incredible India is in demand

    Hven while we write this, Abhishek Kapoor has taken his entire cast of ‘Fitoor’ for their second and final schedule to Kashmir, the place that’s rightly called the paradise on earth. The adaptation of Great Expectations the film stars Rekha, Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor in lead. ‘Fitoor’ might be one of the many films which are being shot in Kashmir in the last couple of years.

  • A Problem Of Staff

    The Heads of the British and the Indian state are in a similar quandary. They are faced with an acute staff problem. In the British Royal Household, it is the quality that is bothering the Queen. In Rashtrapati Bhavan it is the quantity that is the President’s headache. The only consolation is that the Presidential tradition is comparatively recent and hence he can afford to set precedents. His household affairs, too, are

  • Indian consumer has growing appetite for luxury brands: British designer

    New Delhi : A growing clientele with an appetite for luxury products makes India a conducive market for global fashion designers to make inroads, says British designer Alice Temperley, whose creations have been worn by the likes of The Duchess of Cambridge, Halle Berry and Jennifer Lopez.

  • ‘Maha offers red carpet, not red tape to investors’

    “We have a large land bank, uninterrupted power supply to industries. I adopted a cafeteria approach and prevailed upon potential investors to choose the sector of their choice to make investments, and the government would provide a red carpet and not indulge in red tape.” Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister (more…)

  • BSP expels former minister

    LUCKNOW: Former UP minister Daddu Prasad was expelled from BSP on Wednesday for alleged involvement in anti-party activities. “On the report given by Chitrakoot division unit and after inquiry from different sources, state president Ram Achal Rajbhar today expelled Prasad from the party” for anti-party activities, a BSP spokesman said here. It said that though Daddu had been warned earlier, he failed to mend his ways. Daddu Prasad was Rural Development Minister

  • RBI asks banks to ease norms for individual borrowers  

    Mumbai:  To ensure hassle free credit to small borrowers, the RBI directed banks to do away with the practice of obtaining ‘No Due Certificate’ from individual loan takers.  The RBI said it received complaints from borrowers as banks were refusing to grant loans without ‘No Due Certificate’, specially in rural and semi-urban areas.  “In order to ensure hassle free credit to all borrowers, especially in rural and semi-urban areas and keeping in

  • US cat defies death, digs its way out of grave to home

    Houston :  A cat, that was buried after being pronounced dead in a car accident in the US state of Florida, defied death and managed to dig its way out of the grave to return home, reports PTI.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Your conciliatory moves and work success are highly appreciated. There is enhanced income and prestige. Romance is in the air.

  • Friends Forever

    Friendship is perhaps the only relation that can stand next to our immediate family accord that all of us could rely or depend upon, because a friend is the only person who knows us inside out & loves us the way we are . Most of us get lucky in getting a good friend, but for a friendship to be intimate and lasting, both friends must have some special qualities. To start

  • Hrithik

    Hrithik brings back ‘Rohit’ for social media

    Hrithik Roshan’s character in the Krrish series, Rohit Mehra has been one of his most affable characters, and recently when his team released a video on YouTube with Hrithik in his Rohit avatar dancing to ‘Ek ladki bheegi bhaagi si….’ It created a social media frenzy.