Free Press Journal
  • Not a Ninja film!

    Recently Shah Rukh Khan let his social media fans into a tizzy, apparently the star posted a photograph of his along with his co-star Anushka Sharma in Budapest. Cloaked with many over coats and muffs and mufflers they looked like two combat ninjas, according to the superstar.

  • For us, Indian movies were Big B running around in his glasses: Tom Hanks

    Singapore: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan “running around in his glasses and beating up bad guys” long stayed with Tom Hanks and defined the world of Indian cinema for him. The Oscar-winning actor says the vast expanse of Indian cinema and different storytelling techniques still remain a mystery for the West, with only Bollywood making inroads abroad.

  • Shraddha Kapoor’s north-eastern odyssey

    There is so little we know about the north east, and went the ROCK ON team reached Meghalaya they couldn’t stop exploring. Purab Kohli and Shraddha Kapoor grew fond of exploring the land of the clouds, Meghalaya on feet! The two would often take off in between their schedule to explore hill tops to capture the beautiful beauty of Meghalaya, which literally is called the land of the clouds, making for a

  • Neha had great fun shaking a leg with Dwayne Bravo

    He is known for his performance on the cricket field, but it turns out West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo is also an impressive dancer, according to actress Neha Sharma, who shot with him for a music video in “Tum Bin 2“.

  • Raveena saves an injured girl from the streets

    Bollywood’s gorgeous Raveena Tandon showed her helpful nature and social responsibility yet again. The actor rescued an injured girl in Juhu recently. An eyewitness of the accident shared details about it soon after, saying “The actress saved an injured girl, while she was travelling on her way to attend an event. She not only helped the (under privileged) girl but also dropped the girl and her friends herself to their house. The

  • Sri Lanka in progress to end child marriages: UN

    Colombo: While Sri Lanka has made substantial progress in addressing child marriage and teenage pregnancy, some girls in the south Asian nation are still being deprived of a carefree childhood and the opportunity to realise their full potential, UN agencies said on Wednesday.

  • Changing Game of Power By Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj ji

    Long ago it was said that man is a political animal, meaning thereby that man aspires to rule others. Later, it was also said that power corrupts man and absolute power corrupts him absolutely. By combining these pithy proverbs, one is led to the conclusion that politics, which is the pursuit for power, exerts a corruptive influence on man. An impartial study of history, both written and oral, would lead us to the truth

  • Women in high paying jobs drive Indian luxury industry

    New Delhi: Fashion conscious working women in the country are driving up the growth of India’s $9 billion worth luxury market and account for overall market share of about 15 per cent, according to a recent survey, according to IANS.

  • 11th century Kashmiri poet’s Sanskrit work now in English

    New Delhi: There is a perception that Sanskrit is as little associated with satirical writing as it is with Kashmir, says well-known translator of Sanskrit classics A N D Haksar who has come with an English translation of 11th century Kashmiri poet Ksemendra’s “Darpa Dalana” to “provide some slight corrective to this impression.”

  • Galaxy Note 7 fiasco: Smartphone makers need to introspect

    New Delhi: With Samsung suspending the sales and production of Galaxy Note 7 and urging its owners to turn off all devices, the bitter truth is out: Note 7 is, indeed, the worst flagship Smartphone launch in recent times a fear that the world of technology had for some time as more and more batteries exploded.

  • Earth’s mantle swallowed massive chunk of India, Eurasia

    Washington: Half the original mass of India and Eurasia disappeared into the Earth’s interior before the two landmasses began their slow-motion collision about 60 million years ago, a new study has found.

  • Here’s how you can keep your bones healthy

    New Delhi: On the occasion of World Arthritis Day, Fortis Healthcare has issued guidelines to keep the bones healthy.

  • M-commerce set to shine bright this Diwali

    New Delhi: With rapid increase in mobile data consumption, mobile commerce (m-commerce) is set to overtake web browsers in driving sales soon, according to a seasonal data in anticipation of Diwali, released on Wednesday.

  • Shoppers turning to Twitter for Diwali buys

    New Delhi: An increasing number of people are now turning to micro-blogging platform Twitter to discover Diwali deals and discounts by various brands, a trend that presents a huge opportunity for companies to interact with consumers, says a study.

  • Shakespeare may help autistic kids to communicate better

    Washoington D.C: A new study shows that recitation of Shakespeare’s rhythmic language with physical gesture improves social and communication skills of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

  • No surgical strikes were held in previous years: Manohar Parrikar

    Mumbai: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today rejected claims that surgical strikes were undertaken during the UPA regime and asserted that a “major” share of credit for the army action last month goes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Gigantic, ancient armoured ‘B rex’ fish discovered

    Washington: Move over, T rex! Scientists have discovered B rex – a 370 million-year-old species of giant fish with external, bony armoured plates covering their head, shoulders and front fins.