Free Press Journal
  • Kate Winslet thinks Leonardo DiCaprio is more handsome than ever

    Johannesburg: Kate Winslet, who starred in 1997’s hit ‘Titanic,’ opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, has revealed that she thinks that her ‘Revolutionary Road’ co-star is getting “more handsome” with age. In an interview, the 40-year-old actress said DiCaprio is not only a solid and loyal person, but is also a great friend, adding that he is still friends with everyone he had met during the 1997 movie’s shoot, Channel.24 reports.

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    Tax deptt issues guidelines for e-communication to assessees

    New Delhi: To ease communication with the Income-Tax department, the government has allowed tax payers to reply to notices using their registered email address. The Income-Tax Department has issued detailed guidelines for using electronic communication, or emails, for paperless assessment proceedings.

  • Indian cricket team for T20 Asia, World Cup announced

    The Indian national selectors, headed by Sandeep Patil, has announced the cricket team for the two upcoming mega events – maiden T20 Asia Cup in Bangladesh followed by T20 World Cup back home.

  • Depp’s band to pay tribute to Lemmy Kilmister at Grammys

    Los Angeles: Johnny Depp and Alice Cooper’s group The Hollywood Vampires will pay tribute to heavy metal legend Lemmy Kilmister at the Grammy awards. The band has not yet decided the song they will perform to honour Kilmister, but will be debuting new Hollywood Vampires track “As Bad As I Am” at the show, reported Entertainment Weekly.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses industry leaders at the Guildhall in London. AFP

    PM inaugurates gas cracker project, wax producing unit in Assam

    Lepetkata (Assam): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday inaugurated the Rs.10,000 crore gas cracker project at Lepetkata in Upper Assam’s Dibrugarh district and slammed the earlier United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government for its inordinate delay.

  • Akshay Kumar to feature in WHO’s diabetic awareness campaign

    London: Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar will feature in a video campaign by the World Health Organisation to raise awareness about diabetes in India. It is part of the World Health Organisation’s mission to prevent diabetes whenever possible, encourage prevention and to raise awareness. According to a press release here, the Maharashtra Government approached the 48-year-old actor to appear in the video, which will be directed by Rajkumar Hirani and released on World Health Day on April 7.

  • Selena Gomez

    Selena Gomez will give up Twitter

    London: Singer-actress Selena Gomez says she plans to quit social media in a few years. The 23-year-old “Good For You” hitmaker is incredibly active on Twitter but insists she only uses it so she can have her own say on comments made about her on the site, reported Femalefirst.

  • Consumers can now WhatsApp complaints of overpricing

    Mumbai: Consumers who are charged more than the MRP by shopkeepers and hotels can now file their complaints on WhatsApp or dial up the Weights and Measures department for appropriate action.

  • Jugnoo now available on Windows Phone

    New Delhi: India’s leading auto rickshaw aggregator Jugnoo recently launched Jugnoo app for Windows phone store to enable users for easy bookings on their Jugnoo ride with a single click.

  • Army chief condoles death of soldiers in Siachen avalanche

    New Delhi: The Indian Army chief, General Dalbir Singh, on Friday expressed grief at the death of 10 soldiers who were trapped in an avalanche at the Siachen glacier in Jammu and Kashmir’s Ladakh region.

  • Hafiz Saeed

    Saeed’s rant proves Pak has no control over him: Congress

    New Delhi: Following Jamat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed’s statement warning India of more terror attacks, the Congress on Friday asserted that the Pakistan Government had no control over the 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind and urged the Centre to seek an explanation from Islamabad.

  • Anirban Lahiri

    Lahiri one shot off the lead in Phoenix Open

    Scottsdale (USA): Anirban Lahiri got off to a strong start with a five-under 66 to lie one shot off the leaders at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

  • FIFA U-17 matches in Goa exempted from entertainment tax   

    Panaji: Goa government has exempted all matches to be played in the state in FIFA U-17 World Cup tournament from the payment of entertainment tax. Goa is one of the venues in India to host FIFA U-17 World Cup matches.