Free Press Journal
  • Raees

    We will look good together in ‘Raees’: SRK to Mahira

    Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has assured Pakistani actress Mahira Khan that they will make a good on-screen couple in their upcoming crime-thriller “Raees”. The movie, being directed by Rahul Dholakia, will mark Mahira’s Bollywood debut. Shah Rukh’s sweet message for the 30-year-old “Humsafar” actress came after Mahira shared her reaction to a recent Shah Rukh-Kajol still from their movie “Dilwale”.

  • Iggy Azalea’s next album titled ‘Digital Distortion’

    Los Angeles: Rapper Iggy Azalea’s sophomore album is titled “Digital Distortion” which will come out next year. The 25-year-old “Fancy” hitmaker announced her album title and other details during a conversation with fans on Twitter, reported Aceshowbiz.

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    There is a complete Modi stamp on INDCs: Javadekar

    Kochi: There is a personal initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India’s widely lauded Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), which entails a target for a 33-35 per cent cut in its carbon emission intensity by 2030, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said today. “There is a complete Modi stamp on our INDCs because his commitment is full and final for Climate Change. And his commitment for sustainable development is also full and

  • Re-visit the dynamic history of Dhar

    Madhya Pradesh has a lot of tales to tell through its history. To go further in this journey in order to experience the timeless beauty here, we have added another place, the heart of India, has to offer. Once a prominent region, ruled by several dynasties is the district of Dhar. A popular tourist destination now, which used to be the capital of Malwa until Mandu became a prime center.

  • Piracy area exclusion to lead to exim trade savings: Gadkari

    New Delhi: India’s exim trade is set for huge savings on account of reduced insurance premium and consequent freight costs, post exclusion of its west coast from piracy high-risk area (HRA) by a European Union body, Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari today said. The European Union Chair of the Contact Group of Piracy off the Coast of Somalia (CGPCS) has excluded country’s west coast from piracy HRA.

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    Paytm eyes Rs 4K-cr revenue from fastest delivery service

    New Delhi: E-commerce firm Paytm is starting a new service ‘Fastest Expert Delivery’ that will ensure that products are delivered within two hours from receiving the orders from customers. The online shopping portal is planning to make an initial investment of Rs 100 crore to start this service and expecting to garner an additional revenue of Rs 4,000 crore in next one year from this platform. “We are starting Fastest Expert Delivery (FED)

  • SC favours levy of ‘pollution charges’ on commercial vehicle

    New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal’s order imposiing pollution charges, along with toll tax, on commercial vehicles criss-crossing Delhi may be nullified, with the Supreme Court today virtually agreeing with the plea in this regard, saying its order would “override” all the existing ones. Reserving its order for pronouncement on Monday, a three -judge bench headed by Chief Justice H L Dattu said this decision would be effective for four months and the

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    Rahul Gandhi accused PM Modi of ‘polarising the nation’

    Mandya (Karnataka): Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today dismissed Prime Minister’s remarks on the Dadri lynching incident, while accusing Modi and BJP of “polarising the country” and having a “strategy” to make Hindus and Muslims fight with each other.

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    Nawaz Sharif to brief Obama on efforts to resume talks between Kabul and Taliban

    Karachi : Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is expected to brief U.S. President Barack Obama over Pakistan’s efforts on recommencing talks between Afghanistan and the Taliban during his visit to Washington this month. According to The Express Tribune, the decision has been taken after Sharif had a telephonic conversion with the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif on Friday and discussed the internal and regional security. The Prime Minister is set to meet

  • Vyapam Scam

    Vyapam scam: SC satisfied over progress of probe by CBI

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today expressed satisfaction over the “substantial progress” made by the CBI in its investigation into the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh. “We have gone through the status report. We are satisfied that there is some substantial progress made by the CBI in these cases,” a bench, comprising Chief Justice H L Dattu and Justices S A Bobde and Amitava Roy, said after perusing the report of the progress

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    Nitish has miserably fell down after snapping ties with BJP

    Jamui (Bihar): Senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj today attacked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, saying the JD(U) leader displayed “poor judgement” by snapping ties with her party, but fell down “miserably” and “failed” to do anything worthy since then.

  • Pepsi mulling pullout as IPL title sponsor

    New Delhi: The highly-successful Indian Premier League could have a new title sponsor in its next edition after beverage giant PepsiCo expressed its interest to terminate the association with the BCCI.

  • Bishada welcomes Modi’s remark that Hindus, Muslims should fight poverty

    New Delhi: Locals of Bishada village in Uttar Pradesh’s Dadri today welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks that Hindus and Muslims should work together to fight poverty than with each other, saying his comments will have “deep impact” in improving situation in the hamlet where a man was lynched to death following rumour of beef eating.

  • Internationals fight back on Day 2, reduce lead to one point

    Incheon: The International team fought back superbly on the second day to win the Fourballs 3.5-1.5 against United States and cut the lead to just one point in the Presidents Cup golf tournament here today.

  • Sensex Gains

    Sensex back to winning ways, jumps 234 pts on Fed minutes

    Mumbai: After taking a day’s breather, the benchmark BSE Sensex today bounced back by 233.70 pts to a seven-week high of 27,079.51 on rally in tech and commodity stocks as details from the last US Fed meeting indicated that it is in no rush to raise interest rates. Buying ahead of the earnings season, which begins next week with Infosys scheduled to report second quarter numbers on Monday, also buoyed market sentiments. “The