Free Press Journal
  • Delhi Police registers case of rioting against Asaram’s supporters

    New Delhi : The Delhi Police on Monday registered a case of rioting against the supporters of Baba Asaram, after they clashed with cops at the Parliament Street police station. Seven police personnel, including those from the para-military forces, were injured when the mob pelted stones and tried to storm the station last night.

  • Priyanka gets emotional as ‘Quantico’ season 1 ends

    New Delhi: Seems like Priyanka Chopra got emotional as the first season of the most talked about American television thriller ‘Quantico’ has come to an end and she will miss the “live sessions” with the team.

  • Kabir Khan underwent surgery, presently stable

    New Delhi: Kabir Khan has recently undergone a sudden operation and is stable now. According to a leading webloid, the ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ director was rushed to Kokilaben hospital in Mumbai after he complained of severe stomach pain at around 4 am on May 13.

  • Panama leaks scandal: Sharif to address National Assembly today

    Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will today make his first appearance in parliament since the Panama Papers revelations about his family’s offshore holdings caused a political uproar in the country.

  • Congress corners Centre over Malegoan blast U-turn

    New Delhi: Asserting that the sudden turnaround by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the 2008 Malegaon blasts case has only made matters murkier, the Congress on Monday trained its guns on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi led-NDA government and asked it to cite a single incident of serious terrorist case where charges were dropped by the investigative agencies before the law could take its course.

  • Mark Zuckerberg

    ‘Trending Topics’ Row: Zuckerberg to meet conservative leaders

    Washington: Accused of an editorial bias against conservative news organisations in its popular “Trending Topics”, the social media giant Facebook has invited conservative leaders, including outspoken media personality Glenn Beck, to meet CEO Mark Zuckerberg this week.

  • Supreme Court

    Supreme Court to hear plea to stop water supply to Maharashtra liquor units

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear next week a plea seeking stoppage of water supply to the liquor industry in Maharashtra in the wake of acute water scarcity in the state. The apex court’s vacation bench headed by Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre agreed to hear the plea next week after an advocate mentioned the matter before the bench and sought an early hearing.

  • Theatre’s not a stepping stone to Bollywood: Meher Mistry

    New Delhi: Meher Mistry walked on to the stage as a ‘desi’ belle and breathed life into the Broadway version of timeless classic “Beauty and the Beast” in India. The theatre artiste, who is enjoying a new lease of fame courtesy the popular musical show, says she is not averse to the idea of entering the Bollywood arena, but will never forget her first love – the stage.

  • Chinese police launch app to find missing children

    Beijing: Chinese police have launched a smartphone app to encourage witnesses to report the whereabouts of missing or trafficked children. More than 5,000 anti-trafficking police will provide updates to the app on receiving new reports of missing children, according to a statement from the criminal investigation bureau of the public security on Sunday.

  • Abhishek and I don’t do just one kind of cinema: Aishwarya

    Mumbai: Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan says she and her actor husband Abhishek Bachchan share similar sensibilities when it comes to doing films and they don’t restrict themselves to a particular genre. Abhishek and Aishwarya are busy with their respective films – “Housefull 3” and “Sarbjit”. “Both Abhishek’s film ‘Housefull 3’ and my film ‘Sarbjit’ are completely different. As actors, both Abhishek and I thoroughly enjoy this (comedy) kind of genre. We as

  • Sri Lanka on alert for floods, landslides

    Colombo: A flood alert was issued in Sri Lanka on Monday as water levels of two major rivers rose rapidly due to continuous heavy downpour.

  • Tripura Arson : Tension prevails in Tripura after houses torched

    Agartala: Tension prevailed on Monday in Tripura’s Kanchanpur areas where angry tribal refugees of Mizoram burnt and damages around 22 houses of locals the previous day, police said. The Tripura government has sent a report to the union home ministry about the ethnic troubles, which caused around 100 local people to take shelter in safer places.