Free Press Journal
  • Colors apologises to Tannishtha over jokes on skin tone

    Mumbai: After actress Tannishtha Chatterjee slammed comedy TV show for making fun of her skin tone, the channel has apologised to her, saying it has taken up the matter with the creative team of the show.

  • B-Town support Tannishtha over jokes on skin tone

    Mumbai: Bollywood stars like Ajay Devgn, Nandita Das and Hansal Mehta have rallied behind actress Tannishtha Chatterjee, who has publicly slammed a TV comedy show for making fun of her skin colour in the name of roast.

  • Study: Women still trailing men, being penalised in corporate world

    New York: Women in the corporate world are often being penalised for being perceived as too intimidating, aggressive or bossy, a new study revealed on Wednesday, adding that women in the US still hold staff roles rather than positions that will lead to CEO titles, says IANS.

  • Mumbai: MNS demand Mahira and Fawad’s replacement

    Mumbai: The MNS on Wednesday demanded the replacement of Pakistani actors Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan from their respective Bollywood projects “Raees” and “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”.

  • ‘Facebook At Work’ to be launched globally soon: Report

    New York: Facebook is set to launch its enterprise communication and collaboration network “Facebook At Work” globally in a few weeks on a per seat pricing model for businesses to make it easier for employees to exchange ideas easily, a media report said on Wednesday, according IANS.

  • Inexpensive DIY method for whitening teeth

    Tokyo: Compared to average highly priced whitening, it takes only a little bit of time, is inexpensive, on top of it, it’s safe, offers no pain, no eating restrictions, and a natural white colour forms. The new DIY whitening method has become a hot topic in the news, reports ANI.

  • ‘India should explore possibility of holding SAARC somewhere else’

    NewDelhi: The Congress on Wednesday said that instead of scrapping the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit meeting which is scheduled to be held in Pakistan in November, India should explore the possibility of holding the summit elsewhere.

  • Study: Dental fillings raise mercury levels in body

    Washington: People with more than eight dental fillings may have 150 per cent more mercury in their blood, increasing the risk of brain, heart and kidney damage, a new study has found, according to PTI. Dental surface restorations or, commonly known as dental fillings, is composed of dental amalgam-a mixture of mercury, silver, tin and other metals.

  • Study revealed over 50% Indian online daters face security issues

    New Delhi: With the growing trend of online dating services and apps, three in five (59 per cent) Indian online daters are now facing security issues as these platforms have become hotbeds for cybercriminals, a new study revealed on Wednesday, according to IANS.

  • Investigator says MH17 shot down by missile from Russia

    Moscow: International prosecutors investigating the downing of Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine say the missile that hit the plane was fired from territory controlled by Russian-backed rebels, media reports said.

  • 98% Indians are unaware of life-saving technique during heart attack

    New Delhi: Around 98 per cent Indians are not trained in basic life-saving technique of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) during sudden cardiac arrest, shows a survey conducted by an online doctor consultation platform, reports IANS.