Free Press Journal
  • When Sanah made daddy Pankaj & bro Shahid cry 

    The lively and vivacious newbie of Bollywood, Sanah Kapoor who is going to debut with father Pankaj Kapoor and brother Shahid in her the upcoming movie Shaandaar, has always mentioned about her care and love towards her family. The Kapoor girl undoubtedly shares a strong equation with her family members, so one would be undoubtedly shocked to hear that this little princess of the house can get tears in the eyes of

  • Salman Khan

    International prosthetic experts to work on Salman’s SULTAN look

    Salman Khan is always a surprise package and with by looks of it he’s leaving no stones unturned. Apparently the Dabaang Khan will have international experts working on his look. Sultan tentatively goes on floors on November 22. Salman Khan, who stars in the film as Sultan Ali Khan, a wrestler, has already undergone a massive makeover as far as a body prototype is concerned. The actor is looking bulkier, has gained

  • Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Union ministers spreading communalism: Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Hyderabad: Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today alleged that Union ministers were spreading communalism and expressed “fear” amidst the hue and cry over claims of rising of intolerance in the country. “Fencing is erected to protect the crop from being eaten away by animals. If the fencing itself eats away the crop, where do we go? That is the fear. The ministers of the Union Government spread communalism today. They give such statements.”

  • Maggi

    Karnataka lifts ban on Maggi 

    Bengaluru: The Karnataka government on Monday lifted the ban on the sale of Maggi noodles across the state with immediate effect, Health Minister U.T.Khader said. “As no food testing laboratories have quantified the extent of lead and monosodium glutamate (MSG) content in Maggi noodles, the ban on its sale in the state is withdrawn with immediate effect,” he told reporters here during a press conference.

  • Eritrean dies after Israeli guard shoots him, mob attacks

    Jerusalem: An Eritrean migrant shot by an Israeli security guard and then attacked by bystanders who mistook him for an assailant in a deadly bus station attack has died of his wounds, Israeli hospital officials said today. The mistaken shooting of the migrant, for reasons that remain unclear, seemed to capture the current climate of ratcheted up tensions among Israelis after months of seemingly random lone-wolf attacks by Palestinians.

  • Teen Suicide

    Another IIT-M student ends life

    Chennai: In the second such incident since last month, a 22-year old student of IIT-Madras allegedly committed suicide in his hostel room here today, police said. The body of Rahul Prasad, a final year B Tech student hailing from Kerala, was found hanging from a ceiling fan, they said.

  • Pranab Mukherjee

    President calls for tolerance as intolerance peaks

    New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday again appealed for tolerance as Hindu activists attacked a Jammu and Kashmir legislator with ink while the Shiv Sena forced the BCCI to call off talks with the PCB on reviving cricketing ties between India and Pakistan.

  • Spykar Lifestyles to foray into e-commerce space

    Mumbai: Homegrown denim maker Spykar Lifestyles will launch e-commerce platform for its merchandise and expects up to 6 per cent of sales to come from the online segment in financial year 2015-16. “We are launching our own e-commerce portal… expect (to) integrate our offline and online presence over the next couple of years,” Sanjay Vakharia, Chief Operating Officer of Spykar Lifestyles told PTI.

  • China sets timetable for nationwide “negative list” approach

    Beijing: Aiming to rejuvenate its economy, China will pilot a “negative list” approach, which identifies sectors and businesses that are off-limits or restricted for foreign investment, in some regions for two years starting from December this year. The aim is to explore a system that could be replicated nationwide for application in 2018 as part of efforts to streamline government administration and give more freedom to the market, according to a published official

  • Panasonic launches 20-inch tablet PC

    Hyderabad: Panasonic India on Monday launched 20-inch tablet PC with 4K resolution display. Priced at Rs.2.4 lakh, the Toughpad FZ-Y1 is equipped with 5th generation Intel Core Pro processor, 8 GB RAM, and multiple input ports. Targeted at niche segments such as healthcare and film industry, it is built to transform the efficiency and productivity across a range of business verticals.

  • S&P retains India’s rating at BBB-, rules out upgrade

    New Delhi: Global agency Standard and Poor’s today ruled out any rating upgrade for India, though it said improvement in policymaking have raised the country’s prospect for economic and fiscal performance. The agency retained India’s rating at ‘BBB-‘ with stable outlook and expressed hope that country’s economic growth would average about 8 per cent during 2015-18 period.

  • I don’t discuss my career with Saif: Kunal Kemmu

    Mumbai: Actor Kunal Kemmu says contrary to popular belief, he does not take career guidance from his brother-in-law Saif Ali Khan. The “Golmaal 3” actor, who shared screen space with Saif in the 2013 zombie-comedy “Go Goa Gone”, says it is a perception that when two actors meet they only discuss movies. “Saif and I collaborated on ‘Go Goa Gone’ and discussed the project extensively. Other than that, people perceive us in a

  • Gold rises

    Gold, silver fall on lower offtake, global cues

    Mumbai: Gold prices extended its fall at the domestic bullion market here on subdued offtake from stockists and investors amid lower local buying interest, also mainly triggered by sustained fall at the international markets.Silver also slid following speculative selling and lacklustre industrial demand.

  • 11 realty firms to jointly promote Sohna region in Gurgaon

    New Delhi: As many as 11 realty developers today came together to promote Sohna, located at the southern end of Gurgaon, and jointly coordinate with the state government for the infrastructure development of the region. The 11 real estate developers joined hands under the banner of CREDAI-NCR, the NCR chapter of the realtor’s apex body CREDAI that has over 10,000 members across the country. “At present, nearly 20 projects have been launched in

  • Sensex

    Sensex shows its mettle again, soars 150 pts on RIL fireworks

    Mumbai: Market continued its winning spell for the third straight session today as the benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 150 points to end at 27,364.92 — a two-month high — after RIL drove the show following its record quarterly earnings announced on Friday. Asian markets ended on a mixed note after China’s September quarter GDP data showed that the world’s second-largest economy grew better than expected amid lingering concerns.

  • Zaheer Abbas

    Pakistan may refuse to tour India for World T20: Abbas

    Karachi: Citing the incident of Shiv Sena activists storming the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai protesting against the resumption of bilateral cricket series between the arch-rivals, the ICC President Zaheer Abbas today said he feared for Pakistan players’ security during the World T20 in India next year.

  • Gulp down authentic Gujarati food in Mumbai

    The cuisine of Gujarat is a mixture of wholesome vegetables and protein. The dishes are distinctively sweet, sour and spicy which give you a lip smacking tinge of taste that will make you fall in love with this cuisine. With a variety of options to choose from, we bring the sort out restaurants in Mumbai, serving authentic Gujarati food.

  • Novak Djokovic

    Djokovic continues to lead ATP rankings

    Madrid: Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic held on to his No.1 place in the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) men’s singles rankings released after winning the Shanghai Masters, extending his current winning record to 17 consecutive matches.

  • fc-barcelona

    Barcelona need stability in Champions League

    Madrid: Spanish football club Barcelona will travel to Belarus on Monday ahead of their Champions League tie against Bate Borisov. Bate were originally thought to be the whipping boys of the group but the newly crowned champions of Belarus showed in their last game that they are more than that when they beat Roma 3-2 in their last group match, after taking an early 3-0 lead and Barcelona will have to play a lot

  • India rope in Aravind for remaining ODI against Proteas

    New Delhi: Left-arm pacer Sreenath Aravind will replace Umesh Yadav for the remaining two ODIs of the five-match series against South Africa, the Board of Cricket Council in India (BCCI) announced on Monday.