Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai to be under vigil of 6,000 CCTVs from Oct 2

    Mumbai: The final phase of Maharashtra government’s ambitious Mumbai City Surveillance Project (MCSP), comprising 6,000 CCTV cameras, is complete and will be launched on October 2.

  • Cauvery row: TN farmers disappointed, Oppn parties flay order

    Chennai: Hours after the Cauvery Supervisory Committee ordered Karnataka to release 3,000 cusecs water per day to Tamil Nadu, farmers in the state expressed disappointment over the “insufficient” quantum, even as political parties flayed it on similar grounds.

  • 27 killed in a bus mishap in Madhubani

    Madhubani/Patna: At least 27 passengers were killed when a private bus fell into a roadside pond in Bihar’s Madhubani district today.

  • Katju is right, I don’t have anything inside my head: Big B

    Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who has done some vibrant comic roles and mouthed hilarious dialogues, gleefully retorted to Justice Markandey Katju’s criticism of the actor having “nothing inside his head”.

  • Bhutan condemns Uri attack

    Thimphu: Bhutan on Monday said it is “deeply concerned” at the “despicable” terror attack on Uri in India and called for the need to step up global cooperation to combat terrorism.

  • ‘People vs OJ Simpson’, ‘Game of Thrones’ rule Emmys 2016

    “The People v OJ Simpson” triumphed at the 68th Primetime Emmys, winning five awards including best limited series, while fantasy drama “Game of Thrones” was honoured as the best drama for the second consecutive year. “Veep” was named best comedy series and its star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, won a record-breaking fifth Emmy as best comedy actress, reports PTI.

  • The Govinda Days

    Sometimes the hero, sometimes the simpleton, sometimes the crook, sometimes the saviour, once Superman himself and once an animal whisperer: always the star! Nobody, absolutely nobody can accuse Govinda of not being versatile. 10 reasons why we love Govinda:

  • Karan’s love for Fawad

    Looks like, the filmmaker is planning a similar strategy of keeping his character in ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’, under wraps so we promise you that you’ll have ample of Fawad Khan’s acting talent onscreen but do not expect much of the actor in the upcoming promos because Dharma’s head honcho has big plans for unleashing the power of the actor, closer to the release.

  • Tiger to make a hush hush trip to LA

    One of the most anticipated films of 2017, ‘Munna Michael’, produced by Viki Rajani and directed by Sabbir Khan, starring Tiger Shroff and introducing Nidhhi Agerwal is already a subject of heated discussion.

  • Anti-Pak protests rock Jammu city over Uri terror attack

    Jammu: Massive protests were held here today against the terrorist attack on an army base in North Kashmir’s Uri town in which 18 soldiers were killed with protesters burning Pakistani flags and its effigies.

  • Bengal government starts dismantling Nano factory sheds

    Singur (West Bengal): In the process of returning land taken from peasants for the Tata Motors Nano project at Singur in West Bengal’s Hooghly district, the state government on Monday started the work for dismantling of the factory sheds, a official said on Monday.

  • Decoded: Why some people like artwork more than real pictures

    London: Being told that an image is an artwork automatically changes our response, both on a neural and behavioural level, according to a new study that provides support to an over 200 year old theory of art, reports PTI.

  • New York Police looking for an Afghan, five more explosives found

    New York: On the day suspicious backpacks containing five explosive devices were found in New Jersey’s Elizabeth city, the New York police said on Monday they are looking for an Afghan national for the Chelsea bombing that injured 29 persons.