Free Press Journal
  • Suny Leone

    Sunny Leone and her 27 bikinis

    Bollywood actors walking the extra mile to get into the skin of their character have become a norm. Months before the shoot of the film the actors get into preparing each and every aspect of their characters, be it look, language, mannerisms, body language, etc. Similarly, Sunny Leone too believes in pushing the envelope for her characters and staying fit.

  • Ayushmann didn’t give bro any tips for DANGAL 

    Actor Ayushmann Khurrana says that he didn’t give his brother Aparshakti any tips for his Bollywood debut in Aamir Khan’s “Dangal” as he felt he was well-equipped for the role.

  • money

    CBI filed 6 cases against banks on money laundering since 2012

    New Delhi: The CBI has registered six cases for irregularities and violation of Prevention of Money Laundering Act and forex scams in public and private sector banks since April 2012, Lok Sabha was informed today. “The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered six cases…during the last three years and current year.

  • With Chennai floods in mind, Chennaiyin eyes draw against Pune

    Pune: Chennaiyin FC need only a draw to qualify for the Hero Indian Super League play-offs and coach Marco Materazzi has dismissed suggestions that the altered travel plan could leave them exhausted ahead of their crucial concluding league clash against FC Pune City here tomorrow. Chennaiyin FC travelled by road from Chennai to Tirupati air base and then chartered a flight to Mumbai after Chennai was submerged under flood water due to incessant

  • Sunil Gavaskar

    Proteas lack application, technique, temperament: Gavaskar

    New Dehi: Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar today rejected criticism of the pitches in the ongoing Test series against South Africa, and said the blame rather lies with the Proteas batsmen, who lack “application, technique and temperament”. India won the first and third Test matches in Mohali and Nagpur, respectively with games ending withing three days on turning tracks and that invited a lot of criticism of the pitches from different quarters.

  • Indian-origin Maoist cult leader found guilty of rape in UK

    London: A 75-year-old Indian-origin Maoist cult leader was today found guilty of rape, child cruelty and falsely imprisoning his daughter for 30 years by a British court. Kerala-born Aravindan Balakrishnan, who led a secretive Maoist commune in south London from 1975 to 2013 after emigrating from Singapore, has been accused of raping female followers and imprisoning his own daughter for 30 years after brainwashing them into believing he was an all-powerful and all-seeing

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Dependency on farming must decrease for its viability: Maha CM

    Mumbai,: With Maharashtra reeling under successive droughts and agrarian crisis, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said 25 per cent of the state’s population needs to migrate to industry to make farming a viable vocation. At present, 55 per cent of state’s population depends on agriculture for livelihood when the sector can support only 30 per cent of the people, he said.

  • income tax

    Govt sets target to add one crore more tax payers this year

    New Delhi: Government targets adding one crore new tax payers in the current financial year, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said today. “The government has set a target of adding one crore new tax payers during the financial year 2015-16. The said target has been further distributed among various field units of the Income Tax Department,” Sinha said in a written reply in the Lok Sabha.

  • Mirwaiz Omar Farooq

    Moderate Hurriyat Conference condemns attacks on Muslims

    Srinagar: Moderate Hurriyat Conference today slammed the PDP-BJP coalition government over the attacks on Muslim community in Jammu and Kashmir. “Uptill now, Kashmiris were attacked outside Jammu and Kashmir, in other parts of India, but now thanks to the coalition (government), Kashmiri Muslims are attacked almost everyday in their state, under a well-planned strategy,” Hurriyat Conference Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said at Jamia Masjid here.

  • Govt to bring comprehensive law to criminalise marital rape

    New Delhi: Government today said it will bring a comprehensive law to criminalise marital rape by amending the IPC and was awaiting the Law Commission report on the issue. “The issue of marital rape is very complicated and it is very difficult to explain and describe it. These are of such extreme private nature and no records of any consent are available. The matter has been dealt in detail by a Parliamentary Committee

  • Jitan Ram Manjhi

    Manjhi deserves credit for 17.5 & growth rate of Bihar: Sushil

    Patna: Former Bihar deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi today ascribed Bihar’s 17.5 per cent growth rate in the last fiscal, according to a NITI Ayog report, to Jitan Ram Manjhi, who was the chief minister for nine months during 2014-15. Modi did not give credit for the success to Nitish Kumar who preceded and succeeded Manjhi to the top post.

  • subhas-chandra-bose

    PMO clears 33 files concerning Netaji

    New Delhi: The Prime Minister’s Office on Friday cleared 33 files concerning Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, which were handed over to the National Archives of India for further processing, preservation and digitisation.

  • Govt averts embarrassing situation in Rajya sabha

    New Delhi: Disfavouring inclusion of certain castes under the SC category, government was today on the verge of facing an embarrassing situation in Rajya Sabha when a private member bill on it was about to be put to vote but it was averted as the ruling side cited lack of quorum.

  • V K Singh

    Oppn parties drive against V.K. Singh ‘politically motivated’: Naidu

    New Delhi: Lambasting the opposition parties for “running a politically-motivated campaign” against Minister of State for External Affairs General (Retd.) V.K. Singh over his recent dog analogy, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Friday said the Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) are playing “competitive caste politics” on the issue.

  • Ajinkya Rahane

    This century special for me: Ajinkya Rahane

    New Delhi: On a high after leading India to a big total in the first innings of the fourth Test against South Africa, Ajinkya Rahane asserted it was a special feeling to score a century on a ground where he had made his debut.

  • Rajinikanth can be called Asian superstar: Sajid Khan

    Mumbai: Director Sajid Khan, who has unveiled a book on Rajinikanth, says he is “truly” one of the biggest fans of the superstar. He also admires Rajinikanth for popularising regional cinema worldwide. The “Housefull” director unveiled the book titled “The Warrior Within” here on Thursday. “I am extremely honoured to unveil a book about Rajinikanth. It’s a fantastic book. I have read some parts of it, and as an admirer now I am