Free Press Journal
  • Zakia Jaffri

    Life sentence should have been given to all convicts: Zakia

    Ahmedabad: Voicing dissatisfaction over the court verdict in the Gulberg massacre case, Zakia Jafri, the wife of slain Congress leader Ehsan Jafri, today said life sentence should have been awarded to all the convicts.

  • Tiger Shroff

    Not casting Tiger Shroff for ‘ABCD 3’

    New Delhi: Choreographer-director Remo D’Souza says he has not cast actor Tiger Shroff in the dance-based film “ABCD 3”.

  • BJP Logo

    BJP wants to replicate its Assam success in Telangana: Laxman

    Hyderabad: BJP would like to replicate its success of Assam Assembly polls in Telangana by expanding its political space and emerging as an alternative to the ruling TRS, state party president K Laxman said today.

  • Japanese court rules against n-plant over safety concerns

    Tokyo: In a fresh setback to Japan’s plans to  reactivate nuclear plants that fulfil the new safety parameters, a court has rejected an appeal by the operator of the Takahama nuclear plant in western Japan against its order to deactivate the plant over safety concerns.

  • Exercise can reduce hyperactivity symptoms

    New York: Exercise, even a small amount, can help alleviate symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults, say researchers. ADHD symptoms can lead to depression, low energy and motivation, poor performance at work or school and also increased traffic accidents.

  • Forced conversions still making Pak Hindus’ lives miserable

    Islamabad: The minority Hindus in Pakistan continue to suffer from forced conversions and discrimination with recent reports suggesting that there is no end to their plight. Although there are no confirmed statistics on forced conversions in the country, unofficial estimates based on reports suggest that as many as 1,000 girls are forcibly converted to Islam from other religions every year.

  • Sanders to stay in presidential race until Democratic convention

    Washington: The democratic socialist Bernie Sanders will not abandon the US presidential race and will participate at the Democratic Party convention in July to get his message across, trying to influence the presumptive party candidate Hillary Clinton as well as the party.

  • Ducati To Unveil Two New Bikes At 2016 World Ducati Week

    One of the most revered Italian motorcycle manufacturers, Ducati has confirmed that it is going to unveil two new bikes at the upcoming 2016 World Ducati Week (WDW) that is being held from July 1 – 3 at the Misano circuit in Italy. One of the two upcoming models will be a new 2017 model which could be unveiled in a ‘closed room’ preview, just like the company revealed the Scrambler two

  • Rolls-Royce Dawn To Be Launched On June 24

    As we reported earlier this month, Rolls-Royce has now announced the date for the launch of the Dawn. It’s June 24. Once launched, the super luxury convertible can be booked on order. As with every Rolls in history, every Dawn can be personalised to a great extent.

  • Gulbarg Society case

    11 get life imprisonment for Gulbarg massacre 

    Ahmedabad: A special court here on Friday gave life imprisonment to 11 of the 24 persons convicted in the Gulbarg Society massacre of 69 people, including former Lok Sabha member of the Congress Ehsan Jafri, in 2002.

  • Sonam Kapoor would love to go ‘bald’ on big screen someday

    New Delhi: Versatile actress Sonam Kapoor, who will be next seen in the upcoming film ‘Veere Di Wedding,’ has recently revealed that she can go to great lengths for a film, even if it requires her to shave off her hair.

  • Sebi confirms ban on 112 entities in tax evasion case

    New Delhi: Markets regulator Sebi has confirmed its interim order banning 112 entities for tax evasion and money laundering besides misusing stock exchange mechanism, while a detailed investigation is on against several others.