Free Press Journal
  • Arjun Kapoor

    “I never get trapped by people’s perceptions”: Arjun Kapoor

    Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor, who has done films like “Gunday”, “Aurangzeb” and “Tevar” doesn’t like to be characterised as an action or a romantic hero, and says that he will “never get trapped by thinking about the perception” of other people.

  • Kareena Kapoor with Step Daughter Sara

    “Sara is my bar hopping partner”, Kareena Kapoor

    We all know that Kareena Kapoor Khan is a happily married begum and she also shares a great bond with Saif’s kids. Having said that, Kareena not only shares a warm stance with them, she and the kids are house on fire.

  • Kareena KApoor

    Kareena walks out of Raj Kumar Gupta’s film  

    A few days ago there were reports that Kareena Kapoor Khan has signed No One Killed Jessica fame Raj Kumar Gupta’s next film where she was to play the role of a schizophrenia patient. However a little birdie tells us, Mrs. Kapoor Khan has now walked out of this film.

  • 2G Scam

    2G case: ‘Timeless’ watch catches attention of special judge

    New Delhi: A ‘watch’ without a dial worn by a representative of Swan Telecom Pvt Ltd (STPL), accused in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case, caught the attention of the Special Judge holding the trial today, arousing suspicion about the device.

  • Madhu Koda, Coal scam

    Coal scam: Madhu Koda, eight others ordered to be put on trial

    New Delhi: Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda, ex-Coal Secretary H C Gupta and seven others were today ordered to be put on trial by a special court, which observed that they had allegedly conspired and acted in a “blatant and brazen manner” in allocation of a coal block.

  • spicejet_airlines

    SpiceJet offers Re 1 tickets on mobile app

    New Delhi: No-frills carrier SpiceJet today put on sale 1 lakh seats on its select domestic flights for just Re 1 excluding taxes and fees under a limited offer period that allows the customers to undertake travel from July 15 to March 31 next year.

  • Snapdeal

    Snapdeal bets big on hinterland,to offer assisted e-commerce

    Mumbai: E-commerce major Snapdeal, which nets over 70 per cent of sales from small towns, is betting big on rural markets and is actively assessing opportunities of partnerships for assisted e-commerce in remote areas. “Rural markets offer a huge untapped potential and we are assessing the opportunities of tie-ups for assisted e-commerce in rural areas very seriously. We also expect a majority of our new customers to come from hinterlands,” co-founder and chief

  • Drugs

    ‘Price control ineffective in improving access to drugs’

    New Delhi: Price control as a strategy to improve access to medicines in India is neither effective nor sustainable, a report by global information and technology services company IMS Health has said. As per the study, ‘Assessing the Impact of Price Control Measures on Access to Medicines in India’, such a strategy is ineffective at the best and counter productive at the worst.

  • Selfie

    Teen held for taking selfie in front of major road accident

    London: A 19-year-old man was taken into police custody for taking a selfie in front of a major road accident in the UK while firefighters struggled to rescue three injured persons. The man, who was seen holding his Phone aloft as he posed for the picture on a bridge over the North Circular in Barnet, was taken to a north London police station where he remained in custody.

  • Syrian displaced children, who fled their homes in the northeast city of Hasakeh due to attacks by the IS sit on a pick-up truck driving in the Kurdish city of Qamishli, on the border with Turkey.

    UK police fears 43 British girls have fled to Syria

    London: Forty-three women and girls are believed to have travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State group as “jihadi brides” in the past year, UK police today said in its first official count of British women thought to be in the warzone. Security officials believe up to 700 people have gone to Syria from the UK to become involved in jihadist groups and about half have returned.

  • nuclear

    Pak welcomes Iran nuclear deal

    Islamabad: Pakistan today welcomed the “historic” deal between world powers and Iran to limit its sensitive nuclear activities, and said it looks forward to the expeditious and smooth implementation of the provisions of the agreement by all signatories.

  • Narendra Modi

    Govt’s ‘Make in India’ initiative gets excellence award

    New Delhi: The ‘Make in India’ initiative of the government today received ‘2015 Asia–Pacific Economic Development Innovation: Policy and Program Implementation Excellence Award’ from US-based consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.

  • Vijender Singh

    Difficult tasks give me pleasure: Vijender Singh

    New Delhi: He knows it won’t be a stroll in the park but Indian boxing star Vijender Singh today said he can’t wait for his professional debut in September as taking on difficult tasks is what makes him happy. “It is not easy. But I believe in giving my 100 per cent to whatever work I do. There is a sort of pleasure in doing things which are difficult. I don’t know how

  • flipkart

    Flipkart launches seller advantage week

    Bengaluru: E-commerce portal Flipkart today launched the ‘Seller Advantage Week’, an offer to help new sellers across the country to take their business online. The offer will remain open till July 18.

  • Maggi

    FSSAI urges HC to recall its “order” allowing exports of Maggi

    Mumbai: The Food Saftey and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), which had issued notice banning Maggi noodles manufactured by Nestle India, today urged the Bombay High Court to recall its “order” allowing the company to export this instant food snack instead of destroying it.

  • Beef Ban

    Plea seeking nod for slaughter of bulls, bullocks filed in HC

    Mumbai: Ahead of Ramzan Eid, a petition was today filed in the Bombay High Court seeking a direction to Maharashtra government to permit slaughter of bulls and bullocks and transport their meat. The petition, filed by Ansari Mohammed Umar (who is into business of selling and purchasing bulls and bullocks) and Shaikh Sadik Babulal (a butcher), has challenged recently-amended Maharashtra Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act.

  • RBi

    RBI concerned over cases against banks in Maha on farm loans

    Mumbai: Even as Maharashtra initiates criminal proceedings against some banks for “not” meeting farm loan target, Reserve Bank today defended them saying lenders have been doing a commendable job in agriculture sector. Recently, a section of media reported that Maharashtra government has booked managers of 10 nationalised banks and 14 cooperative banks for their alleged failure to provide loans to farmers.

  • Inflation to remain within RBI’s indicative trajectory: FICCI

    New Delhi: FICCI president Dr. Jyotsna Suri has said that inflation is expected to remain range bound and within the Reserve Bank of India’s indicative trajectory this fiscal year. Dr. Suri said the wholesale price index based inflation rate remained unchanged at (-) 2.4 percent in June 2015.

  • Xiaomi Mi 4i

    Now, Xiaomi announces open sale of Mi 4i

    Washington: Xiaomi has announced that its Mi 4i smartphone is now on open sale. According to the, the customers who want to buy the smartphone have to go to or they can access the company’s online shopping partners like Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon.