Free Press Journal
  • Mig-21 crashes in Rajasthan

    New Delhi, A Mig-21 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed near Barmer in Rajasthan on Saturday. Both pilots are safe, said IAF officials.

  • Being socially connected may up suicide risk in teens

    New York: The homogeneous culture and high degree of social connectedness of a community can contribute to teenage suicide as well as thwart prevention efforts, says a study contradicting popular notions about being socially connected.

  • DRDO demands explanation from Embraer on bribe charges

    New Delhi, The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on Saturday sought an explanation from the manufacturer of Embraer aircraft after media reports suggested that the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer had accepted bribes.

  • Monsoon session of AP Assembly ends abruptly after Oppostion uproar

    Hyderabad, The three-day Monsoon session of the Andhra Pradesh Assembly ended abruptly today after the opposition YSR Congress members created ruckus as they tried to uproot mikes and damage cameras over the special category status issue.

  • Djokovic deciphers Monfils, faces Wawrinka in US Open final

    New York: Novak Djokovic’s strange US Open path took another odd turn as the defending champion defied stultifying humidity and the controversial tactics of Gael Monfils to book a title showdown with Stan Wawrinka.

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    Hrithik Roshan’s blind action sequences in Kaabil

    For the past two weeks, Hrithik Roshan has been completely consumed by the climactic scenes of his next release Kaabil. But this was a climax like no other. In Kaabil, Hrithik plays a blind man. The stunts had to be designed accordingly, and yet they had to be spectacularly heroic.

  • Rear-View Sensors To Be Made Compulsory In India

    Imparting a boost to road safety for pedestrians in India, the government will soon make rear-view sensors mandatory on all new vehicles. The move is aimed at reducing the risk to people in the vicinity of cars, including small children.

  • Nearly 1.5 million people begin annual Hajj in Saudi

    Mecca: From Asia, Africa and points in between, nearly 1.5 million Muslims begin the annual hajj in western Saudi Arabia today, undeterred by a stampede which last year killed around 2,300.

  • Barkha Bisht

    “We are just showing the reality as we know it”, says Barkha Bisht

    Bold and perspicacious exemplifies her individuality. Her valiant effort to portray the untold story of the society’s taboo makes her an actor of substance. Barkha Bisht of Star Plus’ Naamkarann talks to Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about her show, her character, societal taboo and more…

  • Pradeep Guha, Ramesh Narayan among others named as IAA’s Global VPs

    The International Advertising Association (IAA) has named Pradeep Guha as Vice President Awards and Ramesh Narayan as Vice President Communications (Internal). All the Global Vice Presidents will serve the two-year term, starting from 2016 until 2018.

  • Kashmir remains shut for 64th day

    Srinagar: Kashmir remained shut for the 64th consecutive day on saturday with authorities deploying security personnel in Srinagar and other places in the Valley to maintain law and order.

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    BJP MLA Ram Kadam files complaint against Kapil Sharma

    Mumbai: BJP’s MLA Ram Kadam filed a complaint against stand up comedian Kapil Sharma in the Cyber Cell of Mumbai Crime Branch on Friday after the latter put out a tweet claiming that he was asked to cough up Rs. 5 lakh for construction work in his office.