Free Press Journal
  • Kashmiri Pandits protest against govt for ‘ignoring’ them

    Jammu: Thousands of Kashmiri Hindu employees who migrated to Jammu following mob attacks on their transit colonies in Kashmir, today held a protest rally against the state and the Central governments for “not reaching out” to the community.

  • Sainthood for Mother Teresa proud moment: Modi

    Hangzhou: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that sainthood for Mother Teresa is a “memorable and proud moment”, after her canonisation at the Vatican.

  • Mayawati trains guns at SP, BJP and Cong at Allahabad rally

    Allahabad: Hit by the recent desertions by a number of former loyalists, BSP chief Mayawati today claimed her party was “way ahead of others” in Uttar Pradesh in the run up to the 2017 polls, but alleged that SP, BJP and Congress had reached a tacit understanding “to create an impression that we are in dire straits”.

  • Rahman keeps the balance

    The Tsar of Sufi, A R Rahman has long since turned composing music into a spiritual experience. Speaking about it, he avers that his music should work for him first. It’s important for him that he should like it because he is living with it longer than any other person. If it consistently gives him a good feeling, then he knows it will be good for others too.

  • 5 things you should know about Kajal Aggarwal

    • She has done 45 films and has never kissed in any of them! She has always ‘cheated’ on the kisses because she was never okay with getting intimate on screen unless it was absolutely required. This rule, she broke with Do Lafzon Ki Kahani.

      Also Read: Girl talk with Kajal Aggarwal

  • When Jacqueline went hungry…

    From a rank outsider to being B-town’s friendliest gal, Jacqueline Fernandez has come a very long way…and the actress is not interested in forgetting about the hardships encountered. Instead, she recalls how she had started off in a guesthouse in Colaba which she shared with five other aspiring actresses, traveling to Bandra and Andheri in local trains.

  • Sushant Singh Rajput goes places…

    He is not the most garrulous person in person but intensity is something he is not short off. Putting his point of view across is what Sushant Singh Rajput does without mincing words. “I am extremely proud to be an actor irrespective of the medium and also of my past… What an actor does on a reality show is decided by the studio for the film. I have worked in

  • Yechury, Owaisi meet Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz, Shabir Shah

    Srinagar: Two members of the all-party delegation — Sitaram Yechury and Asaduddin Owaisi — on Sunday held a meeting with moderate Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq at the tourist resort here where he is being kept under detention.

  • 36 killed in Afghanistan bus-fuel tanker collision

    Kabul: At least 36 persons were killed and 28 wounded when a bus collided with a fuel tanker in Afghanistan’s southern province of Zabul on Sunday, an official said.

  • Sania, Bopanna win, Paes out of US Open

    New York: India’s tennis stars Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna won but veteran Leander Peas’ US Open campaign came to an end as he was beaten in a second-round mixed doubles match at Flushing Meadows.

  • Modi raises with Xi China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

    Hangzhou: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday told Chinese President Xi Jinping about India’s concerns over terrorism emanating from Pakistan’s restive regions through whih the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is being built.

  • BRICS should shape international agenda: Modi

    Hangzhou: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the five BRICS nations are an influential voice in international discourse and it is their shared responsibility to shape the international agenda.