Free Press Journal
  • A perfect gateway to North East: Assam

    The most vibrant among the Seven Sisters of North East, Assam stands out to be welcoming for any travel enthusiast with its beauty and charm. Standing beside river Brahmaputra, blessed with exotic wildlife, lush dewy tea gardens, warm people, and a strategic location makes Assam a perfect gateway to enter North East.

  • Paul van

    Paul van Ass set to be formally axed as India hockey coach

    New Delhi: India’s hockey coach Paul van Ass is all set to be formally sacked following his bitter public spat with Hockey Indian President Narinder Batra after a special committee today recommended his removal from the post. The nine-member committee headed by Olympian Harbinder Singh, formed to decide on his future, has recommended that Van Ass, who had claimed that he has been fired following his altercation with Batra, should not be continued.

  • asauddin owaisi

    Asaduddin Owaisi doing communal politics over terrorism: BJP

    New Delhi: BJP today hit out at AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi for remarks suggesting that Mumbai blasts convict Yakum Memon was awarded capital punishment because of his religion, alleging that he was doing “communal politics” over terrorism and nothing could be “uglier” than this. “He has done communal politics over terrorism. There can not be an uglier form of communal politics. Owaisi sees religion in everything. The decision for execution is taken by

  • kate moss

    Kate Moss, Jamie Hince call off their marriage

    London: Kate Moss and Jamie Hince have reportedly parted ways because of the model’s insecurity over her husband Jamie’s friendships with other women. It all started two years ago at Hince’s birthday where after 41- year-old model spotted him in a conversation with his friend Lady Mary Charter, she pushed Charter into a pool, the Mirror reported. The couple, who had tied the knot in 2011, hasn’t been seen together since early April. Lady

  • Rape case

    Man jailed for marrying and raping a girl forcefully

    New Delhi: A man has been jailed for 10 years for kidnapping and raping a 21-year-old girl after forcibly marrying her by a Delhi court which awarded the same sentence to a woman who abetted the crime. Sentencing 34-year-old Nadeem Khan and 38-year-old Marzina, both residents of Delhi, to ten-year prison term each, the court observed that “sexual violence is not only an unlawful invasion of the right of privacy and sanctity of

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul Gandhi playing “spit and run” politics: BJP

    New Delhi: BJP today accused Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi of practicing politics of “spit and run” and “crossing all limits of decency” in his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi while blaming the main opposition party for the unproductive first week of the Monsoon session. Taking a swipe at Gandhi, BJP said the script-writer he hired after his 56-day sabbatical had “failed” him and mocked that everyday he spoke two lines aimed

  • Bajrangi Bhaijaan

    Uttar Pradesh government declares Salman Khan’s ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ tax free

    New Delhi: With Uttar Pradesh government’s decision of making Salman Khan starrer ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ tax free, it seems like CM Akhilesh Yadav has become the new member of Khan’s fan club. Expressing his gratitude on the decision, the 49-year-old actor recently tweeted, “Bajrangi Bhaijaan is tax free in UP . We thank the Govt of Uttar Pradesh . @yadavakhilesh”

  • Jurassic World

    Universal declares `Jurassic World 2` will hit theatres in June 2018

    Washington DC: ‘Jurassic World 2’ has been slated for June 2018 release, Universal studio has announced. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the dino flick will see Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard reprise their roles while director Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly, who did a rewrite on the first film, pen the script.

  • varun dhawan

    ‘Dishoom’ first look to release next year: Varun Dhawan

    Mumbai: Actor Varun Dhawan says the first look of Rohit Dhawan’s directorial “Dishoom” will be out “sometime beginning of next year”. After Varun shared a photograph of himself in a khaki green Moroccan Pathani suit during his stay in Morocco for the film, it was assumed by many that the first look of Rohit’s directorial has been unveiled. The 28-year-old actor, who is also a part of the film, took to micro-blogging website to

  • Maoists Attacks

    Maoists’ shut down in Nepal against new Constitution

    Kathmandu: At least 75 activists of a Maoist faction in Nepal were today arrested as they forced schools, public transport and markets to shut down in a nationwide strike called against the drafting of a new Constitution and an agreement between India and China to boost border trade through Lipu-Lekh Pass.

  • Indian Army firing

    ’54 soldiers missing in wars believed to be in Pak custody’

    New Delhi: As many as 54 missing defence personnel of 1965 and 1971 wars are believed to be in custody in Pakistan, government said today. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar in a written reply in Lok Sabha, said the government has repeatedly been taking up the matter with Pakistan for the release of the missing defence personnel believed to be in Pakistan’s custody.

  • 20 IAF fighter aircraft crashed in last 3 years: Parrikar

    New Delhi: As many as 20 fighter aircraft, including 3 frontline Sukhois, of the Indian Air Force (IAF) have crashed in the last three years. Two IAF personnel were killed and as many civilians injured in these accidents, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said in a written reply to Lok Sabha today.

  • Mariah-Carey

    Mariah Carey dedicates ‘Hero’ to new boyfriend

    Los Angeles: Pop diva Mariah Carey has dedicated her hit song “Hero” to Australian businessman boyfriend James Packer at a Las Vegas concert. The superstar, 45, has been linked romantically to Packer since June when they were photographed holding hands on vacation in Capri, Italy.

  • Reese Witherspoon

    Reese Witherspoon to receive American Cinematheque award

    Los Angeles: Actress Reese Witherspoon is set to receive an honour from the American Cinematheque. The 39-year-old “Wild” star will receive the annual award on October 30, reported Entertainment Weekly. “Reese Witherspoon’s career is a perfect example of an actress flourishing in today’s world… She has continued to impress with her varied choices, ranging from smaller roles in dramas such as ‘Mud’ to a tour-de-force, Oscar-nominated performance last year in ‘Wild’.

  • Oxygen, Animals

    Small jump in oxygen helped first life on Earth

    Washington: Just a slight bump in oxygen level facilitated the early appearance of animals on the Earth, shows a study.  Earlier, scientists believed that a dramatic change in oxygen levels might have been responsible for the appearance of complicated life forms. These complicated life forms like whales, sharks, and squids evolved from less complicated life forms, such as micro-organisms, algae, and sponges.

  • Bill Clinton

    Presidential hopeful Hilary thought she’d never be a politician, says Bill Clinton

    Washington DC : Former President Bill Clinton recently opened up about the time when he believed that Hillary Clinton will become a great politician even though never she believed so herself. During an interview, the 68-year-old former US President also revealed that he had to propose to the 67-year-old Presidential Candidate three times before she finally said yes, reported E! Online. Explaining that Clinton always felt that the current Presidential candidate had so much