Free Press Journal
  • Emraan Hashmi’s son appears in video for tiger cause

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi‘s six-year-old son, Ayaan has made his on-screen debut in a video which gives the message of saving tigers. Ayaan appears in the video along with other kids and stresses on the importance of saving animal life and environment.

  • Dishoom First Look

    Dishoom – Chemistry between the actors make Dishoom an entertaining watch

    There have been many films in Bollywood that have been based on the game of cricket and match fixing. Films like JANNAT and the recently released AZHAR serve as testimony to the same. This week’s release DISHOOM is an action comedy which also deals with cricket in its plot. Will DISHOOM hit a sixer at the Box-Office is the question of the hour… let’s analyze.

  • Ajay Devgn unveils ‘Sons Of Sardaar’ poster

    Mumbai: The poster of Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn’s magnum opus “Sons Of Sardaar” has been unveiled. The 47-year-old actor said the movie is a tribute to the warriors of Battle of Saragarhi.

  • Waterlogging in Gurgaon hits Dehi-Jaipur route

    Gurgaon: Hundreds of commuters on the Delhi-Jaipur route remained stuck on National Highway 8 after heavy rain left the Hero Honda Chowk here inundated, officials said on Friday.


    Indonesia executes foreign convicts despite protests

    Cilacap: Indonesia today executed four drug convicts, three of them foreigners, by firing squad, an official said, pushing on with a campaign of capital punishment that has sparked a storm of global anger.

  • Michael Jackson died a ‘vulnerable’ man

    London: Late pop icon Michael Jackson was a “vulnerable man” in a “financial crisis” when he died, his former physician Conrad Murray has claimed.

  • Daily Horoscope for 29 July 2016

    Aries:– Your business will get finances from other institutions to complete your projects. Your respect will rise in job and politics. A long drive with your partner will ease some pressure.

  • T. G. L. Iyer

    Prosperity or poverty is only in your mind — T.G.L. Iyer

    SCARCITY and abundance are creations of our mind. If our mind believes in scarcity, then we can expect only little, limited offerings in life. If we believe in abundance, then there will be always an overflow and flood of prosperity in our lives. Our thoughts about what we deserve are very vital. Slowly and gradually, we will discover that whatever we want is already available. Our belief will cause it to manifest.

  • Need to verify authenticity of reports: PLA

    Beijing: China on Thursday responded cautiously to the transgression by its troops in Uttarakhand, saying it needs to verify the “authenticity of the report” about incursion and asserted that PLA soldiers have always abided by agreements to maintain peace and stability along the border.

  • Aadhaar not compulsory until 100% coverage

    New Delhi: The Govt on Thursday committed to issue necessary instructions and clarification “at the earliest” not to insist on the Aadhaar card for extending benefit of various government schemes and facilities under the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) of money into the beneficiary’s bank account.

  • Mumbai road scam: Opposition insists on CBI probe

    Mumbai: Opposition parties in the state council on Thursday said that a CBI inquiry must be conducted into the Rs 352 crore road scam and expose those officials and political leaders who are responsible for this.

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    Mumbai: 9-year-old dead in Sion- Koliwada fire

    Mumbai: Nine year-old Indira, alias Indu ElangoThevar, who sustained 85 per cent burn injuries in Wednesday’s cylinder blast at Sion-Koliwada, succumbed to her burn injuries on Thursday morning.

  • America is once again at a moment of reckoning: Clinton

    Philadelphia (US): Asserting that “America is once again at a moment of reckoning”, Hillary Clinton will say that every generation of the US has come together to make it “freer, fairer and stronger”, in the acceptance speech of her nomination as a first woman presidential candidate by a major political party in the country.

  • Calicut bound flight makes force landing at airport, two detained

    Mumbai : An Indigo Airlines’ Dubai-Calicut flight (IGO089D) on Monday morning was diverted to Mumbai, where it made an emergency landing on account of the unruly behavior of a passenger. Two passengers, Walia Ismail (24) and Cheria Samir (33), were deplaned at the Mumbai airport and have been detained by CISF personnel at airport for enquiry.

  • Development Plan 2034: Last day today to submit suggestions and objections

    Mumbai : The final deadline to submit all the suggestions and objections for the revised Development Plan 2034 is today. MCGM will now compile all the suggestions submitted and forward it to the planning committee member to study.  So far, the total number of suggestions and objections received by the civic body till July 28 is 7896.

  • Four women held for assaulting commuter in Virar-Churchgate local train

    Vasai : Four women, who had allegedly assaulted a college going girl, Rutuja Naik, on Tuesday morning, for travelling in a Churchgate bound fast train, were arrested by the Vasai Government Railway Police (GRP) on Thursday morning from Virar station. The four have been identified as Dipali Sawant (45), Neha Thakur (24), Ashwini Gurav (24) – all Nalla Sopara residents and Naina Thakur (50) a Virar resident.