Free Press Journal
  • Neeraj Ghaywan

    Neeraj Ghaywan – Varun Grover to donate National Awards prize money for farmers

    “Me and @varungrover have decided to donate our National Award prize money towards relief work for distressed farmers in Maharashtra. Out of the 1.25 Lakh prize money, I will donate 50,000. Together, me and @varungrover will donate 1 Lakh rupees,” and with this NeerajGheywan won hearts.

  • Richa Chadda

    Unabashed RICHA talks of her initial days in Bollywood

    The audacious Richa Chadha who is on a promotional spree for her upcoming film CABARET recently spoke to Anupama Chopra to promote her film where she revealed a lot about herself and her initial days in the industry.

  • Yami Gautam

    Yami Gautam spends time with family in Shimla

    YamiGautam whose last outing SANAM RE created quite a buzz at the box office and amongst audience, will soon kick start the shoot of her forthcoming film KAABIL.

  • Tanuj Virwani

    Tanuj Virwani – Hot on film! 

    He says he is piggy-backing on Sunny Leone to re-launch himself and we think TANUJ VIRWANI’s honesty is plain HOT, writes SHUBARNA MUKERJI SHU.

  • Shahid Kapoor high on Punjabi music

    Shahid Kapoor who is known to be an avid music lover and is known in his circuit for his upbeat playlist currently has Punjabi tracks in his favourite music list.

  • SHARMAN jOSHI

    From erotic to scary, Sharman shifts gears

    Actor Sharman Joshi, who has tried the horror genre for the first time through his latest release “1920 London”, says actors should try to challenge themselves by doing a variety of films to entertain audiences in a different way every time.

  • H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

    Sahaja Yoga: Sahastrar Day

    Sahaja Yoga practitioners  in more than 140 countries including India celebrate Self-Realisation Day.  On this day, in 1970 in Nargol, in Gujarat, the founder of Sahaja Yoga,  Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi , experienced  in early hours   the divine knowledge of giving mass realization.  With this Mission, she travelled to many countries giving mass self-realisation  to thousands of people  in public programs.

  • Libya militia scramble to halt IS advance

    Tripoli: Commanders in Libya’s third city Misrata rushed militiamen to a key crossroads today after it was overrun by the Islamic State (IS) group in an assault in which a suicide bomber killed two police personnel.

  • captain-america-civil-war

    Movie Review: Captain America-Civil War – Stunning action, engrossing plot

    Cast: Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Don Cheadle, Jeremy Renner, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, William Hurt, Paul Rudd, Chadwick Boseman, Daniel Bruhl, Tom Holland, Martin Freeman, Emily Van Camp, Frank Grillo, Marisa Tomei, John Slattery

  • Enforce ban on calcium carbide use to ripen fruits: PIL in HC

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today sought response of the Centre, AAP government, police, municipal corporations and the food safety authority on a PIL seeking enforcement of ban on use of calcium carbide to artificially ripen fruits.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Devendra Fadnavis bats for digitisation of building proposals

    Mumbai: To keep a tab on unauthorised constructions in the megapolis, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has suggested integration of digitisation of building proposals with satellite images.

  • Telecom players request DoT to stop app based calling

    New Delhi: Mobile operators’ body COAI has requested DoT to take proactive steps to stop calls through apps, like the one recently planned by state-owed BSNL, saying they are against rules. In a letter to Telecom Secretary JS Deepak, it has said that connecting Internet calls with networks using numbers assigned for mobile or landline phones violated current interconnection rules and causes loss to terminating operator and exchequer.

  • DGCA seeks info on ticket pricing from airlines

    New Delhi: With concern being expressed over steep fluctuation in airfares, civil aviation regulator DGCA has sought details from the airlines on their pricing ways, especially the highest fare bucket.

  • Special ‘ring’ turns arm into smartwatch touchpad

    Washington: Scientists have developed a new wearable technology that may be able to turn your entire lower arm into a touchpad for a smartwatch. Called SkinTrack and developed by researchers from the Carnegie Mellon University in the US, the new system allows for continuous touch tracking on the hands and arms. It also can detect touches at discrete locations on the skin, enabling functionality similar to buttons or slider controls, researchers said.

  • Silk coating can keep fruit fresh without refrigeration

    New York: Your favourite strawberries and bananas can stay fresh for more than a week without refrigeration if they are coated in a thin, odourless, biocompatible silk solution, says a study. Silk’s unique crystalline structure makes it one of nature’s toughest materials. Fibroin, an insoluble protein found in silk, has a remarkable ability to stabilise and protect other materials while being fully biocompatible and biodegradable. For the study, the researchers dipped freshly

  • Cherry juice may help reduce high BP

    London: Drinking cherry juice can significantly reduce high blood pressure, particularly in males with early hypertension, to a level comparable to that achieved by medication, new research has found. High blood pressure if left untreated, increases risk of heart attack, heart failure, kidney disease, stroke or dementia.  The findings showed that men who drank tart Montmorency cherry juice — a variety of sour cherry — saw a peak reduction in their blood