Free Press Journal
  • Big B, Hema congratulate Deepa Malik

    Mumbai: Bollywood veterans Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini have congratulated Deepa Malik for winning a silver medal in the women’s shotput F53 event at the 2016 Rio Paralympics Games.

  • Facebook Messenger chatbots now support payments

    New York: Facebook has added payment support in its messaging app via chatbots wherein customers will now be able to make payments directly within Messenger without sending users to an external website, a media report said.

  • Watch ‘Parched’ trailer is out

    Mumbai: Actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgn says his forthcoming production “Parched” isn’t just about women, but also about the issues that society faces at large.

  • Why there is no option but to share Cauvery water

    Tamil Nadu and Karnataka’s Cauvery basin reservoirs are half as full as they should be, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of reservoir data in both states, even as the Supreme Court modified its week-old order and allowed Karnataka to release 20 per cent less water — 12,000 cubic feet per second, or cusecs, per day for the next eight days.

  • ‘We do not support independence for Balochistan’: US

    Washington: Days after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of human rights violation in Balochistan, the United States has said it does not support independence for Balochistan while asserting that Washington respects the unity and territorial integrity of Pakistan.

  • Haryana govt announces Rs. 4 crore cash reward for Deepa Malik

    Chandigarh (Haryana): The Haryana government has announced a cash reward of Rs. 4 crore for Deepa Malik, who scripted history by winning silver in the women’s shot put F53 event at the ongoing Paralympics in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro.

  • August 2016 hottest ever recorded – NASA

    New York, August 2016 was the hottest in 136 years of modern record-keeping, according to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by NASA scientists.

  • Sunny Leone skips her documentary premiere in Toronto

    Sunny Leone failed to keep her appointment with what was perhaps the most glorious chapter of her career in the entertainment business: the premiere of the documentary ‘Mostly Sunny’ on her rise from an adult-content star to Bollywood actress at the ‘Toronto International Film Festival’ (TIFF).

  • Australia plans referendum on same sex marriage

    Canberra, To approve the legalisation of same sex marriage the cabinet of Australian government agreed to call for a referendum on February 11, even without the support of the Labor party opposition.

  • Cauvery belongs to us also, we have all rights: AIADMK

    Chennai (Tamil Nadu): The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) on Tuesday said the state of Tamil Nadu has all the right on Cauvery River as it also belongs to them, adding that the Supreme Court has given its first directive on the issue and made it clear that Karnataka Government must oblige to it.

  • I have been up to a lot in the last year: Nimrat Kaur

    New Delhi: After delivering a critically acclaimed film “Airlift” earlier this year, Nimrat Kaur is yet to sign her next Bollywood project. The actress, who was busy shooting for “Wayward Pines” in Vancouver for most of the year, says she is back and “getting into the groove of things” here.

  • Launching Today : Toyota Etios and Toyota Etios Liva Facelift

    Toyota’s workhorse is set to get yet another update today, as the Japanese auto giant will reveal the facelift of its C-segment sedan, the Etios. Notably, its hatchback sibling, the Liva, will get the same set of updates as well.