Free Press Journal
  • Mahila Congress, DWC tell Maharashtra CM to ensure women’s right of worship

    New Delhi: As activists of the Bhumata Ranragini Brigade led by Trupti Desai were on Saturday afternoon stopped by locals and the temple trust authorities from entering Shani Shinganapur temple in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar District, All India Mahila Congress president Shobha Oza and Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Swati Maliwal said the Maharashtra Government should ensure that women get their right of worship.

  • Mamata as Rly minister knew about blacklisting of IVRCL: BJP

    Kolkata: BJP today hit out at Mamata Banerjee alleging that she allowed Hyderabad-based IVRCL to continue with the construction of Vivekananda flyover, which partially collapsed two day ago claiming 26 lives, despite knowing that the company was “blacklisted”. “When Banerjee was Railway Minister in 2011, a contract was awarded to a joint venture (JV) in which IVRCL was a partner for constructing a tunnel in Jammu and Kashmir,” BJP national secretary and co-observer for West Bengal Siddharth Nath Singh said.

  • Despite HC ruling, women prevented from entering Shani temple

    Ahmednagar (Maharashtra) : A day after the Bombay High Court ruled that no law prevented women’s entry into places of worship, women activists seeking entry were assaulted and prevented by villagers from praying at the Shani Shingnapur Temple on Saturday. A tense atmosphere prevailed in the pilgrim-cum-tourist site as Bhumata Ranragini Brigade President Trupti Desai and a band of around 500 women supporters entered the village and attempted to approach

  • Bipasha Basu

    Bipasha ducks question on marriage

    Actress Bipasha Basu today chose not to react to the reports of her marriage to “Alone” co-star and boyfriend Karan Singh Grover next month.

  • Shahid Kapoor

    Is this Shahid’s new look from Udta Punjab?

    One of the actors who loves to experiment with his looks is Shahid Kapoor. For several films, he has experimented with his looks. This time again, the actor has grown his hair to shoulder length for his next. Sharing a picture of him, he flaunts his perfectly toned abs in the selfie. He captioned the picture “Coming Soon”.

  • Untimely death of celebrities that shook, shocked the world

    New Delhi: The untimely death of TV actress Pratyusha Banerjee yet again brings to the fore the tensions, pressures and insecurity that are a major part of the glamour-filled life of a celebrity. What may begin with pearly smiles, starry eyes full of aspiration, could end in despair which several celebrities have been unable to cope with, ending their lives in suicide or death under unexplained circumstances.

  • imran khan

    Imran’s shoe fetish

    Imran Khan has always been bang on with his fashion.The actor’s style is clearly one of the best to look out for in Bollywood.Imran’s style statement never fails to leave an impact. The actor wardrobe is loved by many including his friends.But what many are unaware about is that Imran possess a huge envious collection of shoes.

  • Guess who trained Shraddha for action sequences in Baaghi?

    Shraddha Kapoor will be seen performing action for the first time in Baaghi. Her action avatar in the trailer of the movie, has received immense positive feedback. Shraddha shares, “Tiger is extremely good when it comes to performing stunts. He helped me understand the nuances of action during the major fight sequences.”

  • Tata steel crisis: Cameron defends blocking tariffs

    Washington: British Prime Minister David Cameron defended the Britain’s decision to reject higher EU tariffs on Chinese steel as the business secretary faced the anger of Port Talbot workers whose livelihoods have been undermined by cut-price imports.Cameron, on a visit to Washington, said on Friday that the Britain was right to block plans that he argued would “rewrite not simply the tariff rules on steel, but the entire tariff infrastructure of the

  • GCPL acquires US-based hair care company

    Mumbai: Godrej Consumer Products (GCPL) has entered into an agreement to acquire US-based Strength of Nature LLC (SON) which caters to the hair care needs of women of African descent. “This acquisition is a further step to accelerate GCPL’s global 3 by 3 strategy and scale up its presence in Africa by being at the forefront of serving the hair care needs of women of African descent, the company said in a

  • Pratyusha was tensed about her relationship: Rakhi Sawant

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress and item girl Rakhi Sawant, a close friend of TV actress Pratyusha Banerjee who allegedly committed suicide on Friday, says the “Balika Vadhu” star was “tensed” about her relationship with her boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh. Pratyusha hanged herself from a fan at her Goregaon West residence but was detected and taken to the Kokilaben Ambani Hospital where she succumbed.

  • NASA, Japan make 2.95 million satellite Earth images free

    Washington: All Earth imagery – consisting of more than 2.95 million individual scenes — from a prolific Japanese remote sensing instrument operating aboard NASA’s Terra spacecraft since late 1999 has now been made available to users everywhere at no cost , NASA announced on Friday.

  • ED issues fresh summons, asks Mallya to appear before April 9

    New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate has issued fresh summons to former UB group chairman and liquor baron Vijay Mallya, asking him to appear before April 9. Mallya, who is wanted by the law enforcing agencies for a default of over Rs. 9, 000 crores, today did not appear before the Enforcement Directorate after he sought an extension up to May.

  • It’s a male-dominated society: Sonam Kapoor

    Mumbai – Actress Sonam Kapoor, who is known for her outspoken views,  says the society is “male-dominated”,  but things are slowly changing.

  • Arab-American family slams United Airlines over discrimination

    New York: An Arab-American family slammed United Airlines after its staff removed them from a flight in an incident that they claimed was “profiling” and “discrimination at its finest”. On March 20, Eaman-Amy Saad Shebley and her children were asked to leave a Spring Break flight from Chicago to Washington by the crew in what was described by them at the time as a “safety of flight” issue, the Daily Mail reported

  • Vedanta sets Guinness World Record for mass plantation

    New Delhi: Talwandi Sabo Power Limited (TSPL), a subsidiary of Vedanta Limited has officially set the Guinness World Record for simultaneously planting 208,751 saplings at a single location in less than an hour. Guinness World Records acknowledged this special achievement by TSPL on December 17, 2015 by presenting a certificate. The mass plantation drive was organized in Mansa, Punjab on October 30, 2015. 5,928 supporters from different walks of life came together to

  • Suresh Prabhu

    India’s fastest train to debut on Tuesday

    Agra – India’s fastest train, the Gatiman Express, is all set to be launched on Tuesday, opening a new chapter in the history of the Indian Railways.