Free Press Journal
  • “I don’t want to be a ‘tangdi kebab’!”

    Objectification of women, fairness creams, son obsession and more… PRIYANKA CHOPRA goes all guns blazing after the ills that plague our society and women in particular.SHUBARNA MUKERJI SHU applauds!

  • Banks can claw back Rs 1.2 lakh cr from CPs with MCLR regime

    Mumbai, Mar 31 (PTI) With the new marginal cost of funds based lending rate (MCLR) regime set to lower banks’ short-term lending rates, India Ratings has said competitive rates can help the system wrest back loans worth Rs 1.2 lakh crore from the commercial paper market.

  • Mizoram budget passed, assembly adjourned sine die

    Aizawl: Mizoram’s Rs 8,038.39 crore budget for 2016-2017 presented by state Finance Minister Lalsawta on March 17 was passed by the assembly late last night and the House adjourned sine die by Speaker Hiphei this evening.

  • Radhik Apte

    Experience of working on ‘Kabali’ has been great: Radhika Apte

    Mumbai: Radhika Apte says she is having a great time working on superstar Rajinikanth-starrer “Kabali”. The 30-year-old “Hunter” actress is playing Rajnikanth’s wife in the film that will see the veteran actor playing a gangster.

  • The Roots cancels David Bowie tribute concerts

    Los Angeles: American hip-hop band The Roots has pulled out of a pair of upcoming David Bowie tribute concerts, its co-founder Questlove has announced. The drummer wrote a lengthy Instagram post about the gigs, which were scheduled for today and tomorrow, April 1, attributing the band’s cancellation to a dispute over sharing equipment.

  • Aamir’s game of Weight and Watch!

    The actor is known to get completely immersed in his onscreen character so much so, that he adapts to his screen roles.Aamir not only adopts the mannerisms required but also transforms in his appearances.The actor created a stir with his muscular avatar in ghajini. Since then, Aamir has been seen going back and forth with his weight.

  • Why was Neha Dhupia upset?

    Roadies is known for its politics and power play, however, one of the newest gang leaders, Neha Dhupia was taken by surprise on the first day of the Roadies journey because of the politics which she was not quite expecting in the first episode itself. Being the only female gang leader on Renault MTV Roadies X4 this year, Neha was given a very warm welcome by Prince Narula and Karan Kundra, however,

  • Shraddha looks like a perfect Baaghi

    She thrilled us with her look in the trailer of baaghi and with her new picture, she looks synonymous to the word, rebellious.

  • Mrinalini Gupta and Paromita Banerjee Wove Distinct Ethnic Fashion

    Mumbai: Free and easy, delicate and breezy, Paromita Banerjee’s handmade ‘Salt of Life’ fashion tale at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016 was a stylish account. Presented in two distinct stories, the luxurious hand woven fabrics like Khadi, Malkha, linen and cotton were created into voluminous Mughal jamas, Punjabi Pyjama, shift dresses and draped stoles.

  • Is Gautam Gulati’s look inspired from cricketer Ravi Shastri?

    We have just got whiff of some scoop that is sure to catch your attention! The untold story of the controversial cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin seems to have added another feather to its cap of controversies.

  • Dum Laga Ke… got me respect as an actor Ayushmann Khurrana

    New Delhi: Actor Ayushmann Khurrana says “Dum Laga Ke Haisha”, which has been chosen as the Best Hindi Film at the 63rd National Film Awards, helped him in getting “respect and credibility” in the industry.

  • Karnataka CID to Investigate Class 12 question paper leak for the second time

    When Class 10 and 12 boards are almost around the corner then almost every year, cases of question papers getting leaked make headlines. Not only students, it has also been observed that many teachers and parents to have been helping them out in such unethical practices. Recently the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) have been entrusted with the investigation of the leakage of question papers pertaining to the Pre-University Course Board Final Examinations

  • Reports about presence of PLA troops in PoK groundless: China

    Beijing: China’s military today dismissed as “groundless” the reports of presence of its troops at a forward post in PoK as India and China prepared for Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar’s first visit to Beijing to enhance defence ties. “Chinese position on Kashmir is consistent and (the) reports you mentioned are groundless,” Chinese Defence spokesman Col. Yang Yujun told a media briefing here in a brief reply to a question on reports of presence of People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops at a

  • India has important role in stewardship of nuclear weapons: US

    Washington: India has a “very important” role to play in responsible stewardship of nuclear weapons and materials, US Secretary of State John Kerry said ahead of the Nuclear Security Summit to be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other world leaders from over 50 countries. “India has a long record of being a leader, of being responsible, and it is particularly important right now at a time when we see some choices being made in the region that may accelerate

  • India, EU fail to make headway on FTA talks

    Brussels: India and EU have failed to made the much-awaited announcement on resumption of long stalled negotiations for a free trade agreement as many bottlenecks still remain. During the 13th India-EU Summit, held after a gap of four years and attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and EU leaders, both the sides, however, welcomed the re-engagement of discussions for furthering the proposed pact. “The leaders welcomed that both sides have re-engaged in discussions

  • Sindhu reaches quarterfinals of India Open Super Series

    New Delhi: Two-time World Championship bronze medallist P V Sindhu eked out a hard-fought three-game win over Thailand’s Busanan Ongbumrungphan to enter the quarterfinals of the USD 300,000 Yonex-Sunrise India Open Super Series badminton tournament here today. Sindhu was a little circumspect during the match and committed a few unforced errors before surpassing Busanan 17-21 21-19 21-16 in a women’s singles match that lasted an hour and 16 minutes here at the Siri Fort Sports Complex.