Free Press Journal
  • Sensex

    Sensex breaks 6-day losing streak, up 216 pts on value-buying

    Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex snapped a six-day losing spree today as it recovered from a three-month low and notched up gains of over 216 points in a choppy trade on the back of value-buying in recently beaten-down commodity stocks, led by Reliance Industries, Hindalco and Tata Steel.

  • Virat Kohli to co-own Pro Wrestling League team Bengaluru Yodhas

    New Delhi: India Test captain Virat Kohli today became the second cricketer after Rohit Sharma to join the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) bandwagon after he was today named as the co-owner of the Bengaluru Yodhas team.

  • AP count: Over 2,400 killed in Saudi Hajj stampede, crush

    Dubai: The September stampede during the Hajj in Saudi Arabia killed at least 2,411 pilgrims, three times the number of deaths acknowledged by the kingdom three months later, according to a new count.

  • Kandahar airport attack: Death toll reaches 50

    Karachi : The death toll from the 27-hour long gun battle between Afghan security forces and the Taliban has reached 50, officials said.

  • Rajya Sabha

    Rajya Sabha repeatedly disrupted over National Herald case

    New Delhi: The Rajya Sabha witnessed repeated disruptions for the third day on Thursday over the National Herald case with Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi urging the chair to send those members who were creating a disturbance out of the house.

  • Jiah Khan committed suicide, CBI concludes

    Mumbai: The CBI has concluded in its charge-sheet that US-born actress Jiah Khan committed suicide on June 3, 2013 following a disturbed relationship with actor Sooraj Pancholi.

  • Hardik Patel denied bail in sedition case by Surat court

    Surat: The bail plea of Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel, who is behind bars in a sedition case for allegedly inciting a fellow activist to kill policemen instead of committing suicide, was today rejected by a district and sessions court here.

  • wifi

    Moscow authorities to offer free Wi-Fi at cemeteries

    Moscow: As part of their campaign to bring Wi-Fi to crowded public spots in the Russian capital, Moscow authorities are connecting up an unlikely new location: cemeteries.

  • obesity

    Plus-sized models in ads prompting obesity

    Toronto: The increasing use of plus-sized models in advertising campaigns is contributing to growing rates of obesity, a new study from Beedie School of Business in Canada has claimed.

  • Vidya Balan 5

    Vidya Balan to turn speaker along with Shah Rukh Khan at IIMB Summit

    Being a recipient of National award and Padma Shri, Vidya Balan is known for some iconic performances in Bollywood and the actress is all set to address the alumni of IIMB (Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru) in the leadership summit to be held on December 11. Vidya will turn speaker in this event and superstar Shah Rukh Khan too will be present at the venue for the same.

  • kunal deshmukh

    Kunal Deshmukh marries his long-time girlfriend Sonali Rattan

    Film maker Kunal Deshmukh, who has made films like Raja Natwarlal, Jannat 2, Tum Mile and Jannat has finally tied the nuptial knot with his long-time girlfriend Sonali Rattan. This happened in a private ceremony Monday morning. The marriage was a registered one which took place at their Bandra residence, wherein their family and close friends were present. Readers may recall that Kunal Deshmukh and Sonali Rattan started dating ever since 2013, post

  • Sanjay Dutt

    Sanjay Dutt wont get back to work immediately after release

    If sources are to be believed Sanjay Dutt would finally be free from his jail term in March 2016. He is expected to take a few months to get back to work. But how welcoming would Bollywood be of the incarcerated actor?

  • New Zealand central bank cuts interest rate

    Wellington: New Zealand’s central bank cut its official cash rate by 25 basis points to 2.5 percent on Thursday, citing concerns over growth at home and abroad.