Free Press Journal
  • Sonakshi Sinha to perform in support of Nepal earthquake victims

    From extending their support to the drought affected areas of Maharashtra to working for Chennai floods, several Bollywood personalities have made their contribution for these noble deeds. One amongst them is Sonakshi Sinha who will now be doing her bit for the Nepal earthquake victims.

  • I was hit by Kangna Ranaut multiple times Adhyayan Suman

    “Kangna Ranaut genuinely needs help,” said Adhyayan Suman In a exclusive no-holds-barred video interview with Content Head Broadband Faridoon Shahryar. “Yeah I was physically hit by her in the relationship, multiple times,” Adhyayan said and he also said about his DNA interview that, “I would stick to everything that I said till I die.” He said that he totally sympathizes with Hrithik Roshan and he believes that more people will come out and

  • Beware! Herbal remedies don’t guarantee safety

    New York:  Overturning a common perception that herbs are safe because they have been used for many years, researchers have warned that long-term use of herbal remedies is no guarantee of their safety as many herbs may contain toxic or carcinogenic substances. In a commentary published in the journal EMBO reports, researchers from Baylor College of Medicine and Stony Brook University discussed scientific evidence showing that the plant Aristolochia can cause aristolochic

  • WB polls: EC takes strict measures to curb violence in 6th phase

    Kolkata: With voting for sixth phase of polling spread over 25 Assembly Constituencies in West Bengal scheduled to be held tomorrow, the Election Commission has issued clear directions to keep a strict watch on the law and order situation in the state.

  • We havent done anything to sensationalize Sunny Leone’s image: Jasmine DSouza

    In a couple of days from now, Jasmine D’Souza’s debut directorial affair, One Night Stand would hit the screens. It has been one eventful journey for the filmmaker, right from deciding the subject she wanted to explore for her debut film, to getting the casting right, to ensuring that there was right kind of sensitivity in her story telling to delivering a classy product and above all, making

  • UN demands protection of hospitals in war zones amid attacks

    Kabul: In a resolution that draws attention to the rise in attacks on medical workers in conflicts worldwide, the UN Security Council has demanded that hospitals and clinics be protected in war zones. The resolution, was drafted by New Zealand, Spain, Egypt, Japan and Uruguay and adopted yesterday, comes less than a week after 55 people died when a hospital was bombed in the Syrian city of Aleppo. The UN secretary general,

  •  No reservation in appointments at senior positions: Govt

    New Delhi: There is no provision for reservation in appointments at senior positions, the government said today. Of the total 69 IAS officers working as secretaries in various central government ministries, one belongs to Scheduled Caste and two to Scheduled Tribe, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Jitendra Singh said in a written reply in Lok Sabha.

  • Teacher arrested on ‘sexual harassment’ charges in Dhaka

    Dhaka: Dhaka police have arrested Mahfuzur Rashid Ferdous , a teacher of the Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, in connection with a sexual harassment case, days after a protest took place on the campus. Ferdous  was arrested last night from Eskaton said  Mohammad Iqbal, officer-in-charge of the police station, reports the Daily Star.

  • Five militants killed in gun battle with Afghan Army

    Kabul: At least five militants were killed and 11 others injured during a fierce gun battle with the Afghan National Army (ANA) forces in Afghanistan’s central Maidan Wardak province. The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said the clash between the two erupted during a clearance operation in Chak district, reports Khaama Press. The operations were conducted as part of Badr Operation of 203rd Corps of the Afghan National Army, said a statement issued

  • Taiwan probes suspected poisoning deaths of macaques

    Beijing: Taiwan’s forestry and police authority is investigating the alleged poisoning of six protected indigenous macaques, including two that were pregnant, media reported on Wednesday. An adult female macaque was found dead on March 20 in a mountainous area of Changhua county by researchers who were conducting a survey on the protected animal species, a local newspaper reported. The team discovered the body after a tourist told them about an unusual smell.

  • Every moment spent with Bipasha is bliss: Karan Singh Grover

    Mumbai: Gushing over his new bride, actor Karan Singh Grover says every moment that he spends with  Bipasha Basu is blissful and he will “love her forever.” Karan and Bipasha, 37, tied the knot on April 30 after a year of dating. The 34-year-old “Alone” actor posted a photo of the couple from their wedding ceremony and heaped praise on his wife.

  • Kiwi cops’ ‘running man’ video goes viral

    Wellington: New Zealand police video, attracting millions of hits and prompting a response in kind from the New York Police Department. The running man challenge is a social media craze in  which people video themselves dancing to the 1990s hit My Boo by the Ghost Town DJs, and challenge others to do the same. The 37-second video of North Island police performing the dance in an Auckland carpark was posted

  • There are areas of concern, says Lions coach Hodge

    Rajkot: Gujarat Lions coach Brad Hodge said there were quite a few “areas of concern” in the side and was particularly miffed with the tendency of his spinners to bowl no balls at crucial junctures.

  • Jaitley in Frankfurt for ADB meet

    New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is in Frankfurt, Germany, on a day’s official visit for the annual meeting of board of governors’ of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).