Free Press Journal
  • Delhi Metro

    Metro survey to review existing position of ladies coach

    New Delhi: Delhi Metro has launched a survey for reviewing the existing position of the ladies coach, days after Union Minister Maneka Gandhi suggested that it should be relocated from the extreme end to the middle of the train. The three-day-long survey, that began yesterday, is being undertaken both online (on metro website) and offline wherein female commuters can let their preference, over the position of the reserved coach, known.

  • Chris Gayle under fire again for BBL no-run

    Sydney: West Indies star Chris Gayle was under fire again today for his actions in Australia’s Big Bash League, days after a storm over his sexist comments to a female television presenter.

  • Imran Khan to speak about LGBT rights at Harvard University

    Though his last release Katti Batti failed to meet expectations, Imran Khan has been active on the news circuit, thanks to various causes that he extends his support for. One of them is that of LGBT rights. And now Imran is all set to take a step further in the cause that he believes in and will be speaking about LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) rights at the prestigious Harvard University.

  • Indian fishermen

    Fishermen blame poachers for destroying Manipur’s fauna

    Imphal: As nature lovers in the region appealed to local fishermen not to use poison to kill fish and migratory birds in the Loktak lake, those eking out a living by fishing in the freshwater lake denied any wrongdoing.

  • Sanjay Dutt biopic to release in Christmas 2017

    “We would start Sanjay Dutt biopic around July this year and hopefully we should release end of next year, hopefully around Christmas 2017,” said noted writer-filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani in a Bollywood Hungama exclusive video interview with Faridoon Shahryar. “We are done with the script. Ranbir is playing Sanjay Dutt’s role. I’m waiting for Saala Khadoos to get over, once this is out of the way, we will completely jump into that film,” Mr

  • Shah Rukh Khan spotted in his Raees look

    Though his recent release Dilwale failed to live up to expectations despite bringing back the Jodi of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol, the superstar has a lot to look forward to in the year 2016. The actor has opted for some unconventional roles in his upcoming releases and one of them is that of a bootlegger in Raees. And he was spotted in his ‘Miyan bhai’ look on the sets of the

  • Ruckus in Goa Assembly as MLA criticises former Speaker

    Panaji: The Goa Assembly session today witnessed din after the election for the Speaker’s post when Independent legislator Vijay Sardesai started criticising outgoing Speaker Rajendra Arlekar for not “allowing” Opposition members to speak during his tenure. BJP legislator Anant Shet was today elected as the Assembly Speaker.

  • Katrina Kaif

    Katrina Kaif to debut in Mumbai Marathon

    With many actors opting for various options to promote a fit and healthy lifestyle, Katrina Kaif has joined the suit by participating in the Mumbai Marathon. The actress will debut in the marathon which will be held by Swades Foundation, charity organization of Ronnie and Zarine Screwvala.

  • Twitter may help brands through users’ tweets

    New York: Social media platform Twitter is said to be developing a way to give brands an access to mentions about their products in everyday users’ tweets that they could use into promotional campaigns.

  • Ekta Kapoor upset with Kyaa Kool Hain Hum star Mandana Karimi

    While the recently released trailer of the sex comedy Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 is in the news for several reasons, one of them is also due to the presence of Mandana Karimi in ‘Bigg Boss 9’. Mandana, who is also the leading lady of the upcoming Balaji Production, seems to have rubbed the makers of the film in a wrong way.

  • rakesh roshan

    Rakesh Roshan to sue Sudhanshu Pandey for defamation

    A while back we had reported that model turned actor Sudhanshu Pandey had filed a case against director – producer Rakesh Roshan and Sanjay Gupta alleging that the duo had lifted the story of his film Farmayish for their upcoming venture featuring Hrithik Roshan. Now we hear that Rakesh Roshan is contemplating on filing a defamation suit against actor Sudhanshu.

  • Petrol pump salesman shot dead by customer in Pathankot

    Pathankot: A 40-year-old petrol pump worker was allegedly shot dead by a customer when he asked the latter to settle his payment dues of Rs 57,000 at Dhaki Saidan village, some 15 km from here. Umesh Sharma, a native of Bhatoli village in Himachal Pradesh and working as a salesman in a local petrol pump on Pathankot-Jalandhar national highway, was shot dead by one Rupinder Singh on January 9, SHO Gurwinder Singh said.

  • J-K Budget Session won’t commence from Jan. 18, says Kavinder Gupta

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Speaker Kavinder Gupta has said that the Budget Session called by the previous government stands cancelled as of now, and added that a decision in this regard would be made only after discussion with the new Chief Minister.

  • Hamid Ansari

    Need ‘interfaith’ dialogue to eliminate misunderstandings: Vice President Ansari

    Malappuram: Praising India for its diversity, Vice President Hamid Ansari on Tuesday stressed on the need for ‘interfaith’ dialogue to remove misunderstanding and promotes empathy and understanding and said that tolerance alone is not a strong foundation for building an inclusive and pluralistic society.