Free Press Journal
  • Saudis signed a petition for full rights for women

    Riyadh: Thousands of Saudis have signed a petition urging an end to the guardianship system giving men control over the work, study, marriage and travel of female relatives, activists said today.

  • China’s hold on Azhars UN terror listing to lapse soon

    United Nations:  The six-month validity of the technical hold imposed by China on India’s bid to get JeM chief Masood Azhar designated as a terrorist by the UN will “lapse” soon and the Pathankot attack mastermind could be sanctioned if Beijing does not block the move again.

  • Hillary slams Donald Trump for attitude on nuclear threat

    Hempstead: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton targetted her Republican rival Donald Trump at the first presidential debate here on Monday night saying that Trump was a man who could be provoked easily and should not have “his fingers near the nuclear codes”, indicating that the real-estate tycoon was not fit to be the next US President.

  • Irrfan Khan’s real love is Bollywood not Hollywood

    Actor Irrfan Khan who will be sharing screen space with Tom Hanks in his next movie Inferrno  has been winning hearts all over the world with his incredible Talent.  For an actor to go international is an honor and an achievement which is earned after a lot of hard work  and struggle put together but actor Irrfan Khan has again proved to be a little different from the rest and has managed to strike a

  • ‘31st October’ is a landmark film for Soha Ali Khan

    Soha Ali Khan, who is gearing up for the release of “31st October”, says the forthcoming film is already a landmark for her. “I say that every film is ‘the film’ for me…Some films that come out in the box-office they become important to you depending on the box-office results. This film is already a landmark for me,” Soha told IANS.

  • Lata Mangeshkar has a special message for Pakistan

    Mumbai: Melody queen Lata Mangeshkar won’t celebrate her 87th birthday on Wednesday as 18 Indian soldiers recently died “so brutally in Uri”. She is saddened by the darkness all around, including the deteriorating relations with Pakistan. But she hopes they stay happy and live in peace.

  • Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra shot ‘Mirzya’ near Indo-Pak border

    Have neither the time nor the money for a holiday? A ticket to MIRZYA might just give you a vacation in the span of 2-odd hours. Filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra has indeed explored the offbeat track to give a fresh essence to his upcoming poignant love story, MIRZYA. The whole of the film has been shot at unexplored locations amidst the desolate terrain of Ladakh and the vibrancy of colourful Rajasthan.

  • Supreme Court asks K’taka to give 6K cusecs Cauvery water to TN in 3 days

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today asked Karnataka to release 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water in the next three days despite the unanimous assembly resolution that it cannot spare for Tamil Nadu and called for a political solution to the “impasse” by convening of a meeting of the Chief Ministers of both states and the Centre.

  • Microsoft using Artificial Intelligence to empower people

    Atlanta: India-born Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella today said his company is not pursuing Artificial Intelligence (AI) to beat humans at games but to empower people and organisations “to solve the most pressing problems” of society and economy to make the world a better place, according to PTI.

  • NIA takes two men into custody arrested by army in Uri

    Srinagar/New Delhi: The NIA today took into custody the two men from PoK arrested by army in connection with its probe into the attack at an army camp in Uri even as it established the identity of one of the four slain attackers as belonging to PoK.

  • AAP minister Satyendra Jain under Income Tax Department scanner

    New Delhi: Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain, who has come under the scanner of the Income Tax department for allegedly indulging in hawala transfers worth nearly Rs. 17 crores, on Tuesday said it was a reassessment and he was only called as a witness.

  • Most Indian prefer road travel reveals survey

    New Delhi: One of the leading bus booking platforms of India has published a significant study on the occasion of World Tourism Day, which maps the travel preferences of Indians. Based on interaction with a sample size of 500 customers, the survey sheds light on a number of consumer propensities with respect to journeying by bus, according to ANI.

  • Deepika Padukone is Harshvardhan Kapoor’s new fan

    New Delhi: With ‘Mirzya’ on its verge to release, film’s lead actor Harshvardhan Kapoor has become quite famous among the ladies and the recent one to join his fan-club is B-town’s one of the most desirable diva Deepika Padukone.