Free Press Journal
  • Wanna know who is carrying Kalki’s shopping bags?

    If you look at Kalki Kochelin you see her as someone who is extremely comfortable in her own skin, she wears clothes with style and yet looks as if she has been dressed for comfort. clearly she is one fashion-conscious gal who could be a role model for many. And the actress always stuns the audience with her fashion quotient.

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    I am ok playing a heroine in a Kangana Ranaut film: Irrfan

    Mumbai: Actor Irrfan today said he would not mind playing a ‘heroine’ in a film with the National Award-winning actress Kangana Ranaut. There were reports that Irrfan, 49, and Kangana, 29, would come together for director Sai Kabir’s next “Divine Lovers”.

  • Richa Chaddha bikini ready!

    Richa Chaddha is all set to ensure every woman feels bikini ready, in her own way. The actress whose film CABARET is all set to hit the marquee has become a staunch believer in embracing one’s sensuality and celebrating the woman within.

  • Move over PeeCee it’s time for Shruti!

    Looks like there is going to one gorgeous feather in Shruti Haasan’s hat soon, for the girl is going up ahead and extending her repertoire by collaborating with Brit Alt Rock band Dinosaur Pile-Up for an album.

  • Rocky in two-day police custody; warrant against JD-U MLA 

    Patna: A Gaya court on Wednesday remanded Rocky Yadav in two-day police custody in a teenager’s murder case while an arrest warrant was issued against his mother and JD-U’s suspended legislator Manorama Devi in an excise case, an official here said.

  • Sushmita Sen the super mom!

    Yes, it is true that we have not seen Sushmita Sen performing in a film for a very long time. And while her fans are missing her for sure, it is admirable to see how beautifully she is spending her time, raising her two adorable daughters. We all know that there is a big age difference between Renee and Alisah but Sushmita Sen has managed to make both of them into such

  • What is making Arjun Kapoor so desireable?

    Arjun Kapoor’s film career is going fine. well, just about fine. there are no spectacular highs, there are many lows either. It seems to have hit the plateau a little too soon in his new life. well, we all know he lead the first many years of his life as an overweight child who wasn’t winning much. however, right before our eyes the gorgeous hunk of a man is already piling on

  • Roadmap on DRDO technology innovation unveiled

    New Delhi: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Ministry of Defence, observed National Technology Day, here today, which was organised by the Defence Science Forum.

  • Will Ranbir be doing a Shahid?

    When Shahid Kapoor started out in the industry, he started out with almost immediately on a steady relationship with Kareena Kapoor, post breaking up with Bebo, Shahid was in a roller coaster ride where relationships are concerned. He was associated with almost everyone he crossed paths with and what’s worse, most of the ‘alleged rumours’ were true! So while he had a rollicking time sowing his oats no one really saw it

  • Government assures modernisation of postal services

    New Delhi: The faceless postman — once portrayed poetically by Rabindranath Tagore — and the need to revamp the postal services in the country figured prominently during question hour in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.

  • Brett Lees Film to be screened at Cannes Antipodes

    It has almost been a year of no news regarding the once-much-talked-about Brett Lee debut film but looks like all that is about to change in the coming months. Director Anupam Sharma’s cross cultural Australian comedy unINDIAN, featuring cricket star, Brett Lee and internationally acclaimed Indian actress, TannishthaChatterjee, will be screened in the Antipodes Festival at Cannes during Cannes Films Festival this May 2016,then in October 2016 during St Tropez Film Festival.

  • Telcos owe govt Rs 54,828 cr in licence, spectrum fee: Prasad

    New Delhi: Telecom operators owe the government Rs 54,828.25 crore in licence fee, spectrum charges and arrears, of which Rs 44,380.91 crore is under litigation, Parliament was informed today. The outstanding dues also include electro magnetic radiation penalty, CAF fine and MNP testing fee arrears. “Out of the total outstanding of Rs 54,828.25 crore, the amount under litigation is Rs 44,380.91 crore pertaining to major telecom service providers,” Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said

  • Gold glitters on global cues, silver zooms

    Mumbai: Snapping its three-day losing streak, gold prices recovered by Rs 215 per ten grams at the bullion market here today on fresh buying by jewellers amid firm global trends. Elsewhere, silver also rebounded and zoomed to reclaim the key Rs 41,000 mark on heavy speculative offtake coupled with rising industrial demand. Standard gold (99.5 purity) rose by Rs 215 to finish at Rs 29,915 per 10 grams from Tuesday’s closing value of

  • ‘Pak cannot offer unilateral trade concessions to India’

    Islamabad: Pakistan cannot offer “unilateral” trade concessions to India, Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir has said, underlining that India should also provide access to Pakistani products with preferential duty regime. Khan said this while he chaired a meeting with a delegation of Pakistani members of the Pak-India Business Council here yesterday. The delegation, led by Yawar Ali Shah, briefed the minister on their recent visit to India and the outcome of meetings held with Indian

  • Lower birthweight ups mortality in infants, adolescents

    London: Babies born with a low birth weight are at an increased risk of death in infancy till adolescence compared to babies born at a normal birth weight, suggests new research led by an Indian-origin scientist.

  • IT dept’s PAN-Aadhaar linkage crosses 50-lakh mark

    New Delhi: The Income Tax department’s ambitious plan to link its PAN number database with Aadhaar has crossed the 50-lakh mark. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), the policy-making body for the IT department, had launched the initiative of linking the two databases — Permanent Account Number and Aadhaar — late last year to start a safe and quick electronic regime for taxpayers when it comes to filing income tax returns and

  • Substitution doesn’t bring satisfaction

    Washington DC: When we don’t get what we want, we settle for the second best instead of picking the closest substitute. But, a new study has suggested that we would be better off picking a not-so-similar alternative.