Free Press Journal
  • Ritesih Deshmukh to host TV show ‘Yaaron Ki Baarat’

    Actor Ritesh Deshmukh says he will uphold the respect of the celebrity guests coming to his upcoming show ‘Yaaron Ki Baarat’, but the “humour quotient” will be decided on the basis of the “guest’s personality”.

  • There are seasons and reasons when curves are celebrated: Kangana Ranaut

    Her journey from being a girl from a small village with starry dreams to becoming Bollywood’s Queen has been full of twists and turns. Actress Kangana Ranaut, who has faced comments on her figure, her accent or even her brutal honesty, says “everybody, every shape or size” has their time of being celebrated like a trend.

  • Queens of Production in Bollywood

    They possess the Midas touch. Where ever they touch, they strike gold. Such is the story of three of Bollywood’s biggest actresses. Anushka Sharma, Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone are the reigning queen of Bollywood, giving some of the best hits in Hindi film industry for female centric films. Apart from this these three actresses have stepped into domain not much discovered by actresses. Production, ruled by men for many years, the

  • The Mind-Gut Conversation

    When Rene Descartes proposed the Mind-Body problem, stating that “The nature of the mind is completely different from the nature of the body and therefore it is possible for one to exist without the other,” he would not have considered the trillions of microbiota that exist in the Human Gut.

  • I will not rejoice in bloodshed and war: Mahira Khan

    Karachi: Actress Mahira Khan has broken her silence over the ongoing controversy surrounding the demand for a ban on Pakistani artistes in Bollywood after the Uri attack, saying she strongly condemns any act of terror and prays for a peaceful world.

  • Apple’s $120 mn patent win against Samsung reinstated

    New York: There is more bad news for Samsung. The company lost some ground following incidents of the Galaxy Note 7 battery exploding, and now a US court has reinstated its decision that Samsung had infringed on Apple’s patents and owes the company nearly $120 million.

  • Mount Aso volcano erupts in Japan

    Tokyo: Japan’s Mount Aso volcano recorded its first eruption in 36 years on Saturday but reportedly caused no serious damage, said the Japanese Meteorological Agency (JMA).

  • Congress, Akalis colluding in Punjab: Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said the opposition Congress and the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal in Punjab were colluding to fight the 2017 assembly elections.

  • Hurricane Matthew kills over 800 in Haiti, glances past Florida

    Haiti: “Monster” Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful Caribbean storm in a decade, killed more than 800 people and left tens of thousands homeless in Haiti before it churned northwards off Georgia and South Carolina in southeast US early on Saturday, but spared Florida a direct hit.

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