Free Press Journal
  • Farhan won’t spill the beans

    The media will never stop asking and the stars will never stop refusing – and the cat-and-mouse game about their alleged linkups will never cease! Take Farhan Akhtar, who recently separated from his wife after 15 years of marriage, and whose love life has been the object of fierce speculation.

  • How Kalki stays sane…

    Kalki Koechlin comes across as a tough girl, confident and outspoken. So who would have guessed that she is actually reduced to tears by some of the harsh criticism that occasionally comes her way! “Criticism definitely affects me and I cry a lot,” she reveals.

  • Sonakshi: Politically incorrect!

    Meal-times at the Sinha’s are not at all tinged by politics, despite politician daddy Shatrughan Sinha’s presence. Going by Sonakshi’s claim, the family rarely talks politics unless there’s a big issue that is affecting the country. Instead, they discuss a lot of other stuff and more importantly, laugh a lot.

  • Aligarh story not damaging, says professor friend

    After watching Hansal Mehta’s ALIGARH at a private screening in Delhi, Prof Tariq Islam from the Department of Philosophy at the Aligarh Muslim University could not help but recall fond memories of his colleague and friend Prof Siras. He praised the movie, saying “The sensitive handling of the subject by Hansal Mehta’s direction and Apurva Asrani’s script writing were beyond my imagination. The impressive and brilliant acting of both Manoj Bajpai and

  • ‘Only 22% cos actively trying to up female workforce mobility’

    New Delhi: Employers are using mobility to develop their future pipeline of leaders, but when it comes to women, only 22 per cent are actively trying to increase their female workforce mobility, says a PwC report. According to a PwC report titled – Modern mobility: Moving women with purpose, female demand for international mobility at an all-time high, but this demand is not yet reflected in reality.

  • Aditi Rao Hydari: Dance like a woman

    Aditi Rao Hydari’s enthralling dance video showcasing her freedom and spirit hit the right note on International Women’s Day. If Aditi could offer only one tip to other women, ‘Celebrate Yourself’ would be it. From her choice of films to the video, Aditi reassures that she will always stand out; she is not part of the bandwagon.

  • Is this Jha’s revenge on Priyanka?

    It’s a known fact that with her ‘Quantico’ and BAYWATCH commitments in the West, Priyanka Chopra was able to devote barely any time to promoting her film JAI GANGAAJAL back in India. So we were treated to the sight of director Prakash Jha, who also made his acting debut in the film, doling out promotional bytes about his upcoming film, minus his leading lady.

  • SRK offers job to his fan via Twitter

    Here’s what a fan’s dreams are made up of — superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is gearing up for the release of his movie “Fan”, has offered a job to one of his real life fans for creating his own version of the film’s trailer. The fan-made trailer was shared on Twitter by one Shivam Jemini, who posted it on Sunday.

  • No new taxes in populist budget in Himachal

    Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Tuesday presented a populist but deficit budget of Rs.32,593 crore for the 2016-17 fiscal with no new taxes.

  • Pak confirms sharing of intel with India on terror attacks

    Islamabad: Pakistan today confirmed that it had shared intelligence with India on possible terror strikes in Gujarat ahead of Maha Shivratri festival. “Sharing of intelligence among various nations of the world is a routine practice and this happens around the world. However, this time it was somehow leaked to media. But this showed Pakistan’s commitment to fight terrorism,” Pakistan Prime Minister’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said in response to a question on whether Pakistan had provided intelligence to India

  • Capriati blasts Sharapova after dope test revelation

    Los Angeles: Former Grand Slam champion Jennifer Capriati lashed out at Maria Sharapova on Twitter Monday after the Russian announced she had tested positive for a banned drug at the Australian Open in January. In a series of tweets that didn’t mention Sharapova by name, Capriati said she was “disappointed.” “I had to lose my career and never opted to cheat no matter what,” Capriati tweeted. “I had to throw in the towel and suffer.

  • Jouranlist claims she has been receiving threat calls

    New Delhi: Journalist Barkha Dutt today claimed that she has been receiving threat calls for her reportage on the JNU row over which she has lodged a police complaint and appeared before a Metropolitan Magistrate court to get her statement recorded.

  • A few files related to Netaji could not be traced: govt

    New Delhi: Government today admitted that a few files related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose could not be traced despite all efforts to locate them. Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said in Lok Sabha that all available classified files at the Ministry of Home Affairs relating to Netaji have been declassified and transferred to National Archives of India for permanent retention.

  • Swachh Barat: LG releases app that locates toilets in Delhi

    New Delhi: Lt Governor Najeeb Jung today launched an app, Find x Toilet, that helps locate a toilet nearest to one’s current location as well as allows users to rate the quality and upkeep of public toilets in Delhi.

  • Sexuall Assault

    Teen boy rapes, kills 8-year-old relative

    Mumbai:  A 15-year-old boy allegedly raped and killed a minor relative in Satara district of western Maharashtra, police said today.

  • Healthy lifestyle advice can cut down heart-related deaths

    Washington D.C. : A new research has found that providing advice over a five-year period about leading a healthy lifestyle could reduced the risk of heart-related deaths over the next 40 years. The participants were advised to decrease the intake of saturated fats and increase fish and vegetable products. In addition, the overweight individuals were advised to reduce their weight and smokers were advised to stop smoking.

  • Iceberg that sank Titanic was 100,000 years old: experts

    London: The giant iceberg responsible for sinking the Titanic on its maiden voyage may have originated in southwest Greenland in snow that fell about 100,000 years ago, scientists say. Grant Bigg from Sheffield University in the UK combined observations obtained from 1912 – the year of the Titanic’s sinking in the Atlantic Ocean – and modern data on ocean currents and winds.