Free Press Journal
  • Steamy & serious – richa does both!

    Richa Chadda, the multi-talented actress has been featured on the cover of a men’s magazine for the May edition and looks rather stunning. Watching her steam up the cover, it becomes clear that Richa is embracing her voluptuous side with a vengeance. She will be seen as a glamorous cabaret dancer in fishnet stockings, leather bodices, strappy-tight corsets and a bedsheet in her film CABARET. Talking about her different avatar in the

  • What made Aditya Roy Kapur emotional…

    It has been three years since Aditya Roy Kapur played the most memorable character of Rahul Jaykar aka RJ in the blockbuster film ASHIQUI 2!

  • Irrfan’s east-west feat

    Irrfan Khan sure is a rare breed of an actor who has captured the fancy of not just Indian cinema lovers but has also earned equal amount of appreciation in the West. Having completed a decade in Hollywood in 2016, Irrfan is all set to impress audiences once again with his role in INFERNO sharing screen space with Tom Hanks.

  • Rodrigo Duterte

    Philippines’ Duterte ready to free rebels, resume talks

    Manila: Philippine president-elect Rodrigo Duterte may release jailed communist rebels in an effort to restart peace talks aimed at ending a decades-old insurgency that has claimed tens of thousands of lives, an aide said today.

  • London mayor rejects Trump’s Muslim exception offer

    London: London’s first Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan today hit out at Donald Trump for signalling that he would exempt him from his proposed temporary ban on Muslims entering the US, saying his “ignorant” comments play “into the hands of extremists”.

  • 19 men women in India have 7 child births

    As many as 19 million women in India have given birth to seven or more children, and 15 million (80 percent) of them live in rural areas, according to an India Spend analysis of recently released census data.

  • Users’ interest should drive encryption policy: IAMAI

    New Delhi: Encryption is a fundamental and necessary tool to safeguard digital communication infrastructure but the interests of Internet users should be foremost in framing any policy, the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) said here on Tuesday.

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    No new registration of diesel cabs in NCT: Supreme Court

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday said there will be no new registration of diesel taxis and only cabs running on petrol and compressed natural gas (CNG) will be registered in the National Capital Territory (NCT).

  • 29 Keralites, Tamils evacuated from Libya to land in Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram: Twenty-nine people belonging to six families from Kerala and three from Tamil Nadu will reach Kerala on May 12 after evacuation from Libya, a senior official said on Tuesday.

  • New artificial skin to smooth out wrinkles, deliver drugs

    Boston: Scientists, including those of Indian-origin, have developed a new material that can temporarily tighten skin, smooth wrinkles, and may be used to deliver drugs to treat skin conditions such as eczema.

  • Video game addiction can lead to sleep deprivation

    Toronto: Video game addiction can lead to sleep deprivation, thereby putting the players at serious risk of numerous health issues associated with sleep loss such as obesity and cardiovascular diseases, warns a study.

  • F-Secure, TCL team up for encryption to Android users

    New Delhi: European cyber security provider F-Secure has teamed up with Chinese smartphone manufacturer TCL Corporation to help Android users take control of their online privacy.

  • Boy got HIV from blood given in Assam hospital: Parents

    Guwahati: A poor couple has claimed that their three-year-old son acquired human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection from blood transfusion at state-run Guwahati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) here.

  • Cong resists move to present Uttarakhand budget bill in RS

    New Delhi: As Congress won the Uttarakhand confidence motion, its party members in the Rajya Sabha today resisted the move to present the state’s budget Bill by the government which insisted that it was a Constitutional necessity.

  • Bankruptcy code to aid ease of doing biz : Crisil

    New Delhi: The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Bill passed in the Lok Sabha is a “watershed” reform that will facilitate ease of doing business by identifying and resolving cases of insolvencies in India, Crisil Ratings today said.

  • Regularisation of ‘odd-even’ will reduce its impact: TERI

    New Delhi: Regularisation of the ‘odd-even’ scheme will “reduce” its impact and it should only be used as an emergency measure, a green body today said, underlining the need for implementing alternative measures like “congestion pricing” to lessen the number of vehicles on roads to tackle air pollution.

  • 3 bidders get security nod for new Mumbai airport: Govt

    New Delhi: The Home Ministry has given security clearance to three bidders for new Mumbai airport and denied two others, Lok Sabha was told today. The Ministry of Home Affairs has conveyed security clearance in respect of GMR Airports Limited, MIA Infrastructure Pvt Ltd and (iii) Mumbai International Airport Private Limited for the new Mumbai airport, Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said in Lok Sabha.

  • Four-storeyed building collapses in Sheohar, none injured

    Sheohar (Bihar): A four-storeyed building collapsed in Bihar’s Sheohar town today but none was injured, police said. All the occupants of the building had been evacuated yesterday evening itself after the house tilted following earth work for a new construction adjacent to it, Sheohar police station house officer (SHO) Virendra Mahto said.

  • Paytm marks top spot in cars, bikes segment

    New Delhi: Paytm, the largest payment and commerce platform, has shown great potential in the Cars and Bike category by clocking a galloping triple growth in online purchases.