Free Press Journal
  • Salman’s Being Human to expand on various platforms

    Salman Khan’s work for charity has been always praised. Something that started as a small initiative from the super star to raise money for the needy children has grown into a huge brand.

  • Most desirable single men of indian cinema

    While the Indian Film Industry boasts of a number of desirable men, we bring to you a list of Top 5 Desirable Men of Indian Cinema and there is no surprise that this boys have all the looks, The body and the right attitude.

  • DU water fiasco: Protesting girls approach DCW for help

    New Delhi: Protesting the letters sent to their parents for staging an agitation against water crisis in their hostel, female students from Delhi University today approached the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) and varsity Vice Chancellor alleging “witch-hunt” by administration.

  • Kriti Sanon’s maggi stories

    There has been no looking back for this long-legged beauty, who hails from Delhi.

  • Abhishek’s sweet gesture that led to a controversy at the premier of Sarbjit

    Controversy always seems to be lurking around the corner especially if you are one of the power couples of Bollywood. A recent incident on the red carpet of the SARBJIT premier had everyone wondering whether Abhishek and AishwaryaRaiBachchan’s marriage was going through a rough patch.

  • Double celebration for Randeep Hooda

    Some stories need to be told, and Omung Kumar’s Sarbjit is rightly the story that everyone needs to know. The Biopic that stars Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Randeep Hooda, Richa Chada and Darshan Kumar has flooded the news and social mediums with the critics, celebrities and audiences talking about the greatness of the film. The Omung Kumar directorial has touched many hearts ever since the premiere of he film, which was held in

  • RBI

    Jan Dhan accounts more vulnerable to frauds: RBI

    Mumbai: Raising concerns that Jan Dhan accounts can be misused by ‘money mules’, RBI today warned they are “very vulnerable” to frauds and asked banks to be on guard against such activities.

  • PM Modi may announce long-term measures against drought

    New Delhi: After having consulted the states affected by drought this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to shortly announce several long-term measures to tackle the problem, official sources said here on Monday.

  • Rich traditions seek to revive Manipur’s Lai Haraoba festival

    Imphal: Lai Haraoba is retracing its glory. This Manipuri festival of sylvan gods had somewhat lost its soul, influenced by modernism. But efforts are on to revive the ancient rituals in their purest form.

  • Cue-based reminders can help you remember daily tasks

    New York: Cue-based reminders can offer a no-cost, low-effort strategy to help people remember to complete the tasks that tend to fall through the cracks in daily life, say researchers.

  • Airports issues: Airlines execs to meet MoCA officials tomorrow

    New Delhi: Senior executives of domestic carriers, including Air India and Jet Airways, are likely to discuss with Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) officials about operational issues at Mumbai and other major airports, here tomorrow.

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    3 die in landslide, fresh mudslides in some areas

    Aizawl: Three persons have died after the landslide swept away their house at Zonuam in Aizawl, a senior police officer said today even as heavy downpour triggered fresh mudslides in some parts of Mizoram.

  • Soon, an app that whets kids’ appetites for eco-friendly meals

    Washington D.C: What if there was an application that could show your kids how their dietary choices affect the planet? A new educational software application under development at the University of Illinois hopes to do so by introducing them to climate change.

  • A metal musician’s quest to revive physical formats in India

    One of the fondest memories of my early teenage days was scrounging for music CDs at stores. At that time, I was completely oblivious about the internet and didn’t even own a computer. The notion of high-speed online music streaming and searching for music on smartphone apps was still like a dystopian dream.

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    X-Men Apocalypse: Oscar Isaac was not happy with first photos

    London: It was not only the fans who were disappointed with the first images of Oscar Isaac’s ‘X-Men’ villain Apocalypse, but the actor was also not happy with the earlier photos.

  • Humanity’s relationship with fire

    London: A team of international researchers has evaluated the pivotal relationship that exists between mankind and fire, hoping it would help policymakers “reassess their attitudes” towards how to deal with fire in the natural world.

  • Need lot of innocence to believe in marriage: Kalki Koechlin

    Mumbai: Actress Kalki Koechlin, who was previously married to filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, says marriage was the most innocent thing she has done so far. She feels for a successful married life one needs a lot of “trust” and “innocence”.