Free Press Journal
  • Bihar Govt. would strictly deal with criminals: Lalu Prasad Yadav

    Patna : Condemning the Darbhanga murder case, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) patron Lalu Prasad Yadav on Tuesday said the slain engineers’ sacrifice won’t go waste and added that the Bihar Government would strictly deal with the criminals.

  • Veteran singer Subir Sen passes away 

    Kolkata: Veteran singer Subir Sen, known for his work in “Chhoti Bahen”, died of lung cancer here on Tuesday, hospital sources said. He was 81.

  • More buses to ply in Maoist-hit Odisha districts

    Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has decided to ply 30 more buses in the tribal-dominated and Maoist-affected districts to improve transport connectivity, an official said on Tuesday.

  • Karbonn launches new smartphone range

    New Delhi: Domestic handset-maker Karbonn on Tuesday launched two new features-rich smartphones — Titanium Moghul and Titanium S205 GB — competitively-priced at Rs.5,790 and Rs.6,790, respectively.

  • Israel’s ex-PM Olmert set to go behind bars in graft scandal

    Jerusalem: Israel’s disgraced former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is set to go behind bars in a major graft scandal as the top court today upheld his bribery conviction, making him the first ex-Premier in the country’s history to serve a jail term.

  • Barkha Shukla Singh

    Barkha Singh condemns Infosys rape, says judiciary must formulate new laws

    New Delhi : Condemning the rape case that took place at the Infosys campus in Pune, former Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Barkha Singh on Tuesday said the judiciary must formulate new laws and added that fear must be created in the minds of the criminals.

  • Ways to undo the effects of party make-up

    New Delhi: After wearing make-up for outings and parties, your skin tends to lose its shine. Try a cream-based moisturising facewash, and a day after the party spend some time reviving your skin by exfoliating it with a mild scrub to get back the natural glow, says an expert.

  • Taliban

    Afghan police refuse to fight Taliban in southern district

    Kandahar: Afghan police are refusing to return to the streets of a volatile southern district under Taliban attack, claiming that promised government help has not yet arrived, an Afghan official said today.

  • Suicide

    Woman SI kills self in Tamil Nadu

    Coimbatore: A 45-year-old woman sub-inspector allegedly committed suicide by consuming poisonous cow dug powder at her house in Annur here, police said today.

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    Kriti Sanon lashes out on piracy issues

    Bollywood and piracy have always been playing the cat and mouse game for ages now. Almost everyone who is associated with Bollywood has been shouting on top of their voice to stop piracy, but, the bitter truth is that all of these pleas seem to be falling on deaf ears. There have been many incidents reported on the same.

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    Airlift is something to be so proud of – Akshay Kumar

    It all started with Baby in January 2015. Ever since then, Akshay Kumar has already scored three more releases in the form of Gabbar Is Back, Brothers and Singh Is Bliing. Now in a span of exactly 12 months, the man would have his fifth film hitting the screens – Airlift. While his contemporaries are churning out one or at maximum two films in one year, Akshay Kumar is pretty much setting

  • Nuclear weapon deal

    Iran transfers uranium to Russia under nuclear deal

    Washington: Iran has taken a step forward to implement the nuclear deal with world powers by transferring most of its enriched uranium to Russia, in exchange for lifting most international sanctions imposed on Tehran over its nuclear programme.

  • Soon dial 9 on your cell phone for distress alert to cops

    New Delhi: In a bid to ensure the safety of Indian citizens specially women and children, the government is all set to roll out a panic alert facility to help those in distress.

  • Rishi Kapoor

    Rishi Kapoor, Mamata Banerjee remember Rajesh Khanna

    Mumbai: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and veteran actor Rishi Kapoor have remembered Rajesh Khanna as the “original king of romance” and “immortal” on the late Bollywood superstar’s 73rd birth anniversary on Tuesday.

  • Sensex regains

    Value buying marginally buoys markets, Sensex up 30 points 

    Mumbai: Value buying, coupled with expectations of more reforms by the government marginally rose the Indian equity markets during the late-afternoon trade session on Tuesday. This led a barometer index of the Indian equity markets to trade 30 points or 0.12 percent up during the late-afternoon trade session.