Free Press Journal
  • Minor beaten by tutor

    Dalit boy beaten up in Gujarat, two accused arrested

    Ahmedabad: A 15-year-old Dalit boy was allegedly beaten up late on Thursday evening by two men in Bhavda village of Daskroi taluka in Ahmedabad district ostensibly because his father refused to dispose off cattle carcasses in the village, police said on Saturday.

  • Merger to add $120 bn to asset base: SBI

    Mumbai: State Bank of India today said the ongoing merger of five of its associate banks and Bharatiya Mahila Bank will add Rs 8 trillion or USD 120 billion to its assets and will create a banking behemoth with global scale.

  • When Dhoni posed like Rajinikanth

    India’s limited overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, in his latest photograph on Instagram, attempted to copy the pose of superstar Rajinikanth from his latest Tamil film “Kabali“. Sharing the image on the photo-sharing website, Dhoni wrote: “Tried copying the pose of the one and only Thalaivar.”

  • Kunal Kapoor transforms into warrior for ‘Veeram’

    The makers of the upcoming film “Veeram” released the first poster and actor Kunal Kapoor looked every bit of a true and epic warrior in it. “Veeram” is an adaptation of legendary poet Shakespear’s classic “Macbeth”.

  • Only trying to glorify Punjabi community in Flying Jatt: Tiger 

    Actor Tiger Shroff says his upcoming film “A Flying Jatt” is meant to glorify the Punjabi community and it has nothing against the people of Punjab. The 26-year-old “Baaghi” star says through the film they are only trying to present a “desi superhero” to the public.

  • ‘Sirt’ your way to shape

    The latest discovery to join the volatile dietscape is of course sirtfood, which seems the talking point of 2016 as a wholesome regime. Surprisingly, it claims to stand upon two focal ingredients, which are dark chocolate and red wine, which people usually think of as weight-decreasing elements. Already its contents are viral and much publicised in the Press. However, representatives of the food and beverage fraternity are still not completely satisfied with

  • Wah Bawa: Dance like Davar

    Khushnuma Jabulee speaks to India and Bollywood’s favourite choreographer, Shiamak Davar

  • Mana: A walk to the heaven

    A friend’s advice had been perfect. I had risen early in the morning to step out of the hotel. As promised, the view outside was staggering. Towering over the holy town of Badrinath, Neelkanth, washed in the golden first rays of sun, gleamed brilliantly in the blue skies. The view was both exhilarating and breathtaking. Awe-struck by the glorious view, my body seemed to have been infused with new vigour after the

  • Adhir Chowdhury

    WB Congress courts controversy over a tweet quoting Rajiv

    Kolkata – The West Bengal unit of Congress was today left red faced after a controversial comment made by Rajiv Gandhi following 1984 anti-Sikh riots was posted from its the official twitter handle on the former prime minister’s birth anniversary, but the party claimed its account was

  • Regional food home delivered in Mumbai

    The demand for region only food delivery services is growing in tandem with the urban lifestyles, finds out Misbaah Mansuri.