Free Press Journal
  • Manoj Bajpayee

    Pahlaj Nihalani booed as Manoj Bajpayee gathers support

    With over a decade of a successful career in the industry, delivering some classic cult movies of Bollywood cinema and being awarded with a national award twice, Manoj Bajpayee’s journey speaks for itself. Recently, the talented actor was falsely accused by the Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani for calling him a “spent force” and later demeaned the actor for the same in public.

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    With so much going around, this is how Pulkit is keeping himself occupied

    Currently in the news for his link up with actress Yami Gautam and his alleged divorce with Shweta Rohitra, Pulkit hasn’t spoken anything about the whole controversy. We hear that Pulkit is busy burning calories and building muscles in the gym all this while. He has been following a rigorous workout regime and the results are for all to see.

  • salman khan

    Sorry fans, Bhai won’t be writing an autobiography

    Recently at the launch of Sania Mirza’s autobiography in Mumbai, she invited her friend and superstar Salman Khan to do the honours and unveil the book in Mumbai. During the unveiling Salman Khan revealed something that must have hit his fans hard.

  • ngt

    Bio-medical waste: NGT slaps 50K fine on hospitals in U’khand

    New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal today directed hospitals in Uttarakhand to ensure proper collection, segregation and disposal of bio-medical and solid waste in the state and said any violation would lead to imposition of environmental compensation of Rs 50,000 on them.

  • kabali poster

    Its Aliens v/s Rajinikanth this Friday

    Star Trek Beyond is being one of the biggest Sci-fi franchise series till date. But being the third and the most talked about series, this film still has to face a tough competition in India. After all, it is Rajinikanth’s film KABALI to hit the box office on the same day.

  • yamuna_delhi

    Yamuna water level in Delhi crosses warning level

    New Delhi: The water level in the Yamuna in Delhi has crossed the warning level due to discharge of water from a barrage in Haryana even as the Delhi government has deployed several motor boats to evacuate riverside dwellers. “Due to discharge of large volume of water from Hathni Kund Barrage in Haryana, the water level in the Yamuna has gone up to 204.22 m, as recorded at 1 PM,” a Central

  • akshay kumar

    Khiladi becomes a Lawyer for the first time

    He’s been a cop, a spy, an army officer, a criminal and many other things in his film. This will be Akshay Kumar’s very first film as a lawyer. A sequel to the 2013 popular courtroom comedy drama JOLLY LLB, Akshay Kumar will be seen playing the lawyer in JOLLY LLB 2. The 48-year-old Airlift star took to Twitter to share a picture of himself in a black coat. “New

  • rare-minerals

    ‘Rare earths to play crucial role in ‘Make in India’s success’

    New Delhi: Twelve minerals, including rare earths that are used in sectors such as aerospace, nuclear energy and defence, will play an important role in the success of the ‘Make in India’ programme, a study said today. According to the study by policy research body the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), such minerals would play a key role in nurturing domestic manufacturing to support government’s low-carbon plans, such as the 100 GW

  • No secret deal with Sidhu over Punjab CM candidature: AAP

    New Delhi: Rejecting rumours that a secret deal had been struck with former BJP MP Navjot Singh Sidhu that he would be projected as the chief ministerial candidate for Punjab after joining the Aam Aadmi Party, AAP core committee member Sanjay Singh on Tuesday said there was no secret or open deal in this regard, and it is wrong to say that the latter is coming on certain conditions or

  • ramesh-advay

     Indian teenager bags Google Community Impact Award for Asia

    New Delhi: Advay Ramesh, a 14-year-old student from Chennai, has won the prestigious Google Community Impact Award from Asia for creating a device that enhances fishermen’s safety and productivity, Google India announced on Tuesday. Ramesh, a Class 10 student from Chennai’s National Public School, is also among  20 finalists shortlisted to compete for a $50,000 scholarship from Google.

  • qandeel

    Qandeel’s kin can’t pardon killers as State becomes plaintiff

    Lahore: Police probing the murder of Pakistani social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch have made the State plaintiff in the case, making it impossible for her family from pardoning the killers, including her brother who has confessed to have strangulated her for ‘honour’. According to Capital Police Officer (CPO) Azhar Akram, Section 311 have been added to the FIR, meaning ‘qisas’ or pardoning cannot take place.

  • Peter Mukherjea

    Peter, Indrani conspired to kill Sheena: CBI tells HC

    Mumbai: Peter Mukerjea had along with his wife Indrani Mukerjea conspired to kill her daughter Sheena Bora as they were not happy with her relationship with Peter’s son Rahul, the CBI told the Bombay High Court today while opposing the former media baron’s bail plea.

  • Top arrested officer’s wife, daughter commit suicide

    New Delhi: The wife and daughter of Director General of Corporate Affairs B K Bansal, who was arrested by the CBI two days ago for alleged bribery, committed suicide today in their apartment in east Delhi, police said. Bansal’s wife Satyabala (57) and daughter Neha (27) left separate suicide notes, saying nobody was responsible for their death, police said.

  • suicide

    Worried over visa status, Indian-origin man ends life in Australia

    Melbourne: Worried over his permanent residency status in Australia, an Indian-origin man committed suicide in Melbourne last weekend, a media report said on Tuesday. In his mid-30s, Deepak Singh was found dead in his car on July 17, reported. “He told me he was worried because he couldn’t get a permanent residency in Australia due to change in rules,” Jasvinder Sidhu, a prominent member of the Punjabi community in Melbourne and

  • Rape case

    Rohtak gang-rape: Haryana Women Commission records victim’s statement

    Rohtak (Haryana): The Haryana Women Commission on Tuesday recorded the statement of Rohtak gang-rape victim and expressed hope that such a heinous crime never takes place again in the society. Haryana Women Commission vice-chairman Suman Dahiya said the girl, who was now medically fit, has given her statement to them.

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    Not possible to declare ‘no fly zone’ over Tirumala hills: Govt

    New Delhi: Civil Aviation Ministry today said it is not possible to declare ‘no fly zone’ over Tirumala hills in Andhra Pradesh as it would further reduce the accessibility to Tirupati airport. The Andhra Pradesh government had requested that the area covered by the temple of Lord Sri Venkateswara in the Tirumala hills be declared a no fly zone, according to a written reply given by Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant

  • Normal life hit in Central Assam by bandh over AIIMS

    Morigaon (Assam): Normal life in Central Assam was today affected by a 12-hour bandh called by several organisations to press their demands for setting up AIIMS at Raha and a judicial inquiry into the death of a person in clashes between police and protesters there three days back.