Free Press Journal
  • Don’t want your sympathy, just take action against Dalit atrocities: Mayawati to PM

    Saharanpur: Continuing her assault on the Centre over their lackadaisical attitude towards Dalit atrocities across the nation, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Sunday took on Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that Dalits wants to see some action taken by his government, and were getting tired of his empty promises.

  • “I have always thought that I am attractive”

    She is truly worth her weight in gold. Debutant of &TV’s Badho Bahu talks to Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about her show, realization of self worth, beauty beyond size and more…

  • Will Kajol surprise?

    Kajol had held off from social media for a long time, detesting the idea of documenting her every waking moment to the world, is evidently having a change of heart. The sprightly actress is taking to the medium quite well these days.

  • Able-bodied & grateful!

    Bed-rest for a year teaches you to be grateful for life, says Jimmy Shergill while Shubarna Mukerji Shu takes notes of his fitness regimen.

  • Prachi Desai: Bumps & blessings

    The radiant Prachi Desai celebrates her birthday today, September 12. Here’s chatting up the lass, who will be seen reprising her role in Rock On 2…

  • Indians finish with 4 gold medals on last day

    Indore: Manav Thakkar, Varuni Jaiswal and Ishhita Gupta helped India wrest the initiative and win three singles gold medals, apart from the Junior Boys doubles gold, to lift the sagging morale of the hosts in ITTF 2016 India Junior and Cadet Open Table Tennis Championships here today.

  • Hajj at high point a year after deadly stampede

    Mount Arafat (Saudi Arabia): The annual hajj reached its high point today when Muslims from across the world converged on a stoney hill in Saudi Arabia, a year after the worst tragedy in the pilgrimage’s history.

  • If case takes criminal turn, will hand it over to CBI: Parrikar on Embraer deal

    Vadodara: With the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) writing to Brazilian company Embraer, seeking details on a report that it employed an agent to sell three EMB 145 aircraft to the DRDO in 2008, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday asserted that if the issues in the case display a criminal nature, then it will be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation.

  • People of Bihar made me CM, don’t care what others say: Nitish Kumar

    Patna: After former Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Mohammad Shahabuddin described Nitish Kumar as the Chief Minister of “circumstances”, the latter said on Sunday that he came to power only from the mandate of the public of Bihar and that he could not care less about what others said about it.

  • Vodafone, BSNL ink 2G intra-circle roaming pact

    Mumbai: British telecom major Vodafone’s Indian subsidiary and state-run BSNL on Sunday signed a 2G intra-circle roaming agreement to use each other’s assets and network strength across the country, Vodafone India said in a statement here.

  • Samsung urges consumers globally to stop using Galaxy Note 7

    Seoul: Samsung Electronics is urging consumers worldwide to stop using Galaxy Note 7 smartphones immediately and exchange them as soon as possible, as more reports of the phones catching fire emerged even after the company’s global recall.

  • Taliban under pressure to join peace talks, says ex- leader

    Kabul: Months after the Taliban rejected calls by the Afghan Government to participate in direct peace talks, a former top Taliban leader has revealed that the group is under pressure to revive peace talks with Kabul.

  • Malnutrition has claimed 17 lives in Palghar: Sena leader

    Palghar: With the death of a two-year-old boy, the toll due to malnutrition in the tribal-dominated Mokhada tehsil in the district since July has gone up to 17, a local Shiv Sena leader said today.