Free Press Journal
  • Richa signs international project

    Richa Chadha is no stranger to being part of quality films. Her reputation to be a class act in front of the camera has earned her the opportunity to be part of some of the best film in the recent times. She now takes this further with being roped in to easy a prominent lead role in David Womark’s Indo-American production –Love, Sonia,.

  • Politicians failed to create peace, it’s upto artists now: Richa

    Actress Richa Chadha feels that the onus to create peace in the society now lies in the hands of actors and artists since politicians have miserably failed to do so. In Omung Kumar’s directorial venture “Sarbjit”, Richa plays the wife of Sarabjit Singh essayed by Randeep Hooda.

  • Sensex

    Small stocks take big hit, lag behind blue-chips

    New Delhi: The minnows of the stock market have taken a bigger hit compared to their blue-chip peers, with the small-cap index falling by 7.5 per cent so far this year.

  • Apple to stop security support for ‘QuickTime for Windows’

    New Delhi: Technology giant Apple will not roll out security updates for “QuickTime for Windows” after security software company Trend Micro Inc. reported that two new critical vulnerabilities are affecting the software.

  • Can’t stress about success, failure anymore: Emraan

    Actor Emraan Hashmi says that hits and flops are transient for him when he see small children battling for their illness.
    Emraan, who has penned a book about his struggles with his son Ayaan’s cancer treatment, says that life is more than success and failures. “Hits and flops seem so transient when I saw all those kids battling their illness when Ayan was in hospital. Children don’t deserve this. With grownups we often

  • Act against MNS leaders for noise pollution at rally: HC

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today asked the Maharashtra government and local civic body to take action in accordance with law against organisers of a recent rally by Raj Thackeray-led MNS at Shivaji Park, a silence zone, as it “prima facie” found that rules on noise level were violated.

  • Farhan not dating anyone

    Actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar, who has been linked up to many of his co-stars post his divorce from wife Adhuna, has denied all dating rumours and says that such stories are “fabricated”.

  • After Sarbjit, everybody thought I was an ass: Randeep

    Actor Randeep Hooda says that getting into the role of Sarabjit Singh, an Indian farmer imprisoned in Pakistan and condemned to death for terrorism, for Omung Kumar’s biopic “Sarbjit” affected him tremendously and people around him thought he was an “ass”.

  • When SRK and Aditya Chopra had a disagreement

    In a candid chat with Pratishtha Malhotra, Shah Rukh Khan spoke about a little disagreement with Adi Chopra about Gaurav’s hair in Fan. And here is what he had to say about the VFX of the film and the disagreement…

  • Vijay Mallya’s passport suspended for 4 weeks

    New Delhi: Acting swiftly on the Enforcement Directorate’s demand, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Friday suspended the diplomatic passport of liquor baron Vijay Mallya, who failed to appear before the investigating authority under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), which is “tantamount to wilful non-compliance to legal process”.

  • Sri Sri Ravi Shankar


    I chant the name of my beloved in every breath. The beloved is faultless – perfect. But being in love I have lost my reputation.

  • Stolen Dutch paintings recovered in Ukraine

    Kiev: The authorities in the Ukraine on Friday announced the recovery of four of the 24 paintings that were stolen from a gallery in the Netherlands more than a decade ago.

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    Panama Papers : Spain minister quits

    Madrid: The worldwide Panama Papers scandal claimed a fresh political victim today as Spain’s industry minister resigned over allegations he had links to offshore companies.

  • Belgian transport minister quits over security lapses:official

    Brussels: Belgium’s transport minister resigned today after he was accused of ignoring damning EU reports on the deplorable state of security at Belgium’s airports that was laid bare by the March 22 suicide attack.

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    Getting bored? Talk to Sharp’s humanoid smartphone 

    Tokyo: Japanese electronic device manufacturer Sharp Corporation has unveiled a unique robot-cum-smartphone that not only lets you communicate with your friends but also talks to you through simple verbal commands and also dances if in a good mood!

  • Heart cells controlled using a laser

    Moscow: Scientists have found how to control the behaviour of heart muscle cells using laser radiation, an advance that may lead to better understanding of the heart’s mechanisms and help treat arrhythmia or irregular heartbeat.

  • Jupiter’s moon creates enough heat to support ocean: study

    Washington: Jupiter exerts a strong gravitational pull on Europa, creating far more heat on the moon’s ice-sheet than earlier thought, which may be enough to support a sub-surface ocean, a new study suggests.