Free Press Journal
  • Tata Power customers can know about their daily consumption

    New Delhi: Tata Power consumers in the city will soon be able to know about their daily electricity consumption and access various other details like reasons for technical fault in transmission line with the company working on a Rs 100-crore project to introduce “new-age” technology.

  • Don’t divert attention, India needs assurance: Mayawati tells PM

    Lucknow: Dubbing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address targeting Pakistan over the Uri terror attack as an attempt to divert attention, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Sunday urged the former to chalk long-term solution to such problems.

  • Big B, Varun to team up for Dabba Gul?

    Varun Dhawan stands as the ultimate entertainer with his style of dancing, comedy, acting and action. Still at the beginning days of his career he has experimented with cinema of various genres and has been successful at all of them.

  • Actress Richa Chadha, Richa Chadha, Ali Fazal, short film, comedian Aadar Malik, Satyajeet Dubey, Fukrey, Gangs of Wasseypur, Masaan, satirical comedy set in 2025, writer, singer, director, Vishaka Singh

    Richa’s monthly dose of love from a special person

    The audiences enjoy every bit of the glamorous life of the actors without knowing the fact that the actors have to sacrifice a lot for it. Actress Richa Chadda who stays away from her family in Mumbai gets some special love from her grandmother every month despite of living miles away from her.

  • Ranveer celebrates his bond with Sanjay Leela Bhansali

    Ranveer Singh, who was the first star to be signed for the film, will essay the role of Alauddin Khilji and inside sources reveal that the actor’s character in the magnum opus, is the most important one. It is for the very first time that the filmmaker is making an “anti-hero” film- telling the tale of the greatest Sultan of Hindustan – the sharp, ambitious and larger-than-life Turk, Alauddin Khilji

  • Curfew imposed in Kishtwar town

    Jammu: Curfew was imposed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kishtwar town in the wee hours today after three persons were detained under the Public Safety Act (PSA) triggering stone pelting.

  • Doctors divided over debate on chikungunya deaths in Delhi

    New Delhi: Amid debate over chikungunya deaths in the city, opinion of doctors seem to be divided with some asserting only 0.1 per cent people run the risk of dying due to its complications while other medical professionals attribute the fatalities to the vector-borne disease.

  • 12 killed in China bus-truck accident

    Beijing: At least 12 persons were killed and 28 others injured when a truck trying to dodge a horse on the road collided with a bus in China’s Mongolia region, authorities said.

  • India set New Zealand 434-run target

    Kanpur: Negotiating a spin-friendly track with aplomb, Rohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja scored fifties before India declared their second innings at 377 for five to set New Zealand a stiff 434-run target to win the first cricket Test, here today.

  • All Pakistani artists have left Mumbai, will hunt down whoever is still left: MNS

    Mumbai: Asserting that all Pakistani artists have left Mumbai following their 48-hour ultimatum, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) on Sunday continued to stay firm on their stand that no artist from the neighbouring nation will be allowed to work in Mumbai, adding that if anyone is still “hiding” in the city, they will be hunted down.

  • Minorities panel chief comes out openly against triple talaq

    Hyderabad: Claiming the triple talaq issue has the potential to escalate and cause eventual de- recognition of Muslim Personal Law and imposition of uniform civil code, the Chairman of State Minorities Commission that serves Andhra Pradesh and Telangana has urged the AIMPLB to change its stance on it.

  • Long war forced on India by Pakistan: Shah on Uri terror strike

    Kozhikode: Describing the Uri terror strike a transit destination in the “war” forced on India by Pakistan, BJP President Amit Shah today said the attack was an outcome of frustration after security forces foiled 17 infiltration attempts and that the final victory will belong to India.

  • Know I have upset people with my opinions: Anupam Kher

    Mumbai: From voicing his opinion against remarks on intolerance to criticising filmmakers for ‘award waapsi’, Anupam Kher has projected his views outrightly, and the actors says he is aware that somewhere they have upset people from Bollywood.

  • Actors are very small fish, say B-Town celebs on MNS threat

    Mumbai: Bollywood actors Richa Chadda and Vir Das have also expressed concern over the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s threat asking the Pakistani actors to leave India or face consequences and said that an amicable and brotherly solution should be found to all problems.

  • Sushma to take on Pakistan at UNGA on Monday

    New York: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will address the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on Monday, where she is expected to lead India’s attack on Pakistan and seek global support to dub it a “terror state”, following the Uri terror attack that killed 18 soldiers.