Free Press Journal
  • Ariana Grande

    `Bullet proof bitch` Ariana Grande all set to perform despite being sick

    Washington DC : She might be sick but Ariana Grande reckons her chords are still pretty great which is why she is not getting off the stage. Resuming her performance schedule, the 22-year-old took to social media and said, “Despite being horribly sick my chords are pretty & perfectly healthy! No idea how but damn I’m thanking the heavens. Thank u lordtt,” reports E! Online. The ‘Problem’ hit-maker further wrote, “My doctor looked at

  • Stumble upon the Bhimbetka Rocks

    The world is moving ahead with time creating history of what is left behind. But in the course of development we tend to miss the lessons of life passed down by our ancestors who lived thousands of years ago. One such heritage site is the Bhimbetka Rocks.

  • Indian Women

    Women’s initial pay is higher than men in IT sector: Study

    Mumbai: Even as IT sector stands male-dominated, when it comes to initial salaries, women earn at par or more than their male counterparts, according to a recent survey. In Delhi, women (Rs 9.8 LPA) earn more than males (Rs 9.5 LPA) with experience between 0-3 years. However, as the experience increases, i.e. more than 4 years, men start earning more than women, ‘Salary Survey 2015’ by iimjobs, an online recruitment platform for management

  • Mani Ratnam

    Mani Ratnam’s next film to be shot in sync sound

    Chennai: Filmmaker Mani Ratnam will shoot his upcoming yet-untitled Tamil revenge drama in sync sound, which he had used previously for his last outing “Ok Kanmani”. Sync sound allows filmmakers to record sound during the filming of the movie and is mostly done live on locations. “Impressed with the sound output in ‘Ok Kanmani’, Ratnam sir has decided to shoot his next film also in sync sound,” a source from the film’s

  • Girl raped

    Man gets life sentence for rape and murder of 8-yr-old girl

    MumbaiL A special women’s court here today sentenced a man to life imprisonment for raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl in Nehru Nagar area of suburban Kurla in 2010. Special Judge Vrushali Joshi had convicted Javed Sheikh (aged around 25) on September 5 for the crime. “The court has sentenced Javed Sheikh to life on the charges of kidnapping, rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in June 2010,” Special Public Prosecutor Pradeep

  • NHRC to hold public hearings on health rights

    Mumbai: With a view to looking into the issue of violation of people’s rights in the public and private healthcare sectors, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has decided to hold public hearings on ‘Right to Healthcare’ in different cities. The initiative is being organised in collaboration with Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA) — a network of health rights organisations.

  • Selena Gomez

    Selena Gomez strips down for new album Revival`s cover

    Washington DC : Selena Gomez recently shed all her clothes the cover of her upcoming album, ‘Revival.’ Posting her no clothes picture on Instagram, the 23-year-old songstress captioned the picture, “REVIVAL 10.9.,” reports Us magazine. In the monochromic picture, the ‘Slow Down’ hit-maker was seen covering her breasts with her arms while gazing seductively at the camera. Talking about her upcoming album in an interview, Gomez said that she is really excited about the

  • Sofia Vergara, Kaley Cuoco

    Sofia Vergara, Kaley Cuoco are highest paid TV actresses

    Los Angeles: “Modern Family” star Sofia Vergara and Kaley Cuoco of “The Big Bang Theory” fame have been annouced as the highest-paid actresses of 2015. Vergara, 43, and 29-year-old Cuoco took the top spot in 2015 Forbes list of highest paid TV actresses for earning USD 28.5 million each before tax, reported Aceshowbiz. Vergara is topping the list since past four years. Cuoco earned USD 1 million per episode on the hit CBS comedy between June

  • Christopher Nolan

    Christopher Nolan’s next movie in 2017

    Los Angeles: Director Christopher Nolan’s yet untitled film will see the light of day in 2017. Releasing on July 21, 2017, the film will be Nolan’s first feature since “Interstellar,” which released last November and scored $673 million worldwide, reports variety.com. Paramount Pictures is handling the domestic release and Warner Bros. will take care of the the international release. Nolan’s movie is the fourth title to be dated for July 21 2017,

  • Anushka Sharma

    Anushka Sharma starts shooting for ‘Ae Dil…’ in London

    Mumbai: Actress Anushka Sharma has begun shooting for filmmaker Karan Johar’s upcoming directorial “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” in London. An “excited” Anushka asked her fans and followers to “wish her luck” for the film. “Sooo today we start filming #AeDilHaiMushkil in London. Butterflies attacking. Excitement rolling. Send me your love and wish me luck guys,” the “NH10” actress tweeted on Wednesday. Produced by Fox Star India and Dharma Productions, “Ae Dil Hai

  • Bradley Cooper, Irina Shayk

    Bradley Cooper, Irina Shayk rise temperature in beachwear

    Washington DC : Bradley Cooper and his girlfriend Irina Shayk were recently spotted flaunting their hot bodies on a New Jersey beach. According to sources, the couple was spotted enjoying and romancing around the sandy coast, reports E! Online. Wearing a yellow two-piece bikini, the 29-year-old model raised the temperature as she stepped out of the water and headed back to her beach chair. Meanwhile, Cooper looked buff in bright orange swimming trunks.

  • OIl price high

    Oil prices up in Asian trade

    Singapore: Oil prices edged higher in quiet Asian trade today as dealers set aside weak Chinese trade data and looked ahead to the release of a US stockpiles report,analysts said.

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    Current regime of low inflation likely to sustain for longer period: RBI

    Mumbai : RBI Deputy Governor R Gandhi said that the current regime of low inflation is likely to sustain for a longer period. Delivering MR Pai Memorial Lecture in Mumbai, Gandhi said inflation is currently at a low level and this time around it will be possible to sustain inflation at lower levels for years to come. Consumer-price based inflation has been on a downward trend for the past five months, while WPI has

  • ‘Conserving crop diversity essential to achieve zero hunger’

    Mumbai: With the twin challenges of population growth and climate change, there is a need to conserve native seeds from the world over that will help in achieving food security, a top Crop Trust executive has said.