Free Press Journal
  • Vidya Balan turns Durga Rani Singh for Kahaani 2

    Her role of a pregnant woman in Kahaani had bagged her several accolades. Returning to the silver-screen as the protagonist of yet another ‘kahaani’ is Vidya Balan and this time around she is Durga Rani Singh.

  • Shiv Sena takes jibe at Modi over Maharashtra minister’s remarks

    Mumbai: Taking a jibe at BJP over Maharashtra Minister Rajkumar Badole’s remarks that Maratha Morchas are successful due to the money power involved, Shiv Sena today said the ruling party should clarify if the rallies of its central leaders are conducted in the same manner.

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    State protected terrorism a biggest challenge: Sushma Swaraj

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday said the just concluded BRICS Summit in Goa recognised “state sponsored and state protected terrorism” as the “biggest” challenge and that it could no longer be the business as usual while dealing with the threat.

  • Hillary Clinton may face questions on WikiLeaks revelations: Expert

    New York: Republican nominee Donald Trump is likely to continue personal attacks on his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the final presidential debate tomorrow while the former secretary of state could face questions on the fresh WikiLeaks revelations, an expert has said.

  • Melania Trump defends husband’s ‘boy talk’

    New York: Melania Trump defended her husband Donald Trump in her first interview since the Republican presidential nominee faced allegations of sexual misconduct, calling those accusations “lies” and saying the mogul was “egged on” into “boy talk”.

  • Odisha CM orders inquiry, three-member committee formed

    Bhubaneshwar: In Odisha, at least 19 patients were killed and more than 100 injured in a fire that broke out at a private hospital in Bhubaneswar yesterday evening. The blaze was suspected to have been triggered by an electric short circuit in the dialysis ward on the first floor of the Sum hospital and spread to the nearby Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

  • YRF submit Befikre for certification 2 months in advance

    Ever since the time the trailers of YRF’s Befikre got released, it has been meeting up with mixed reactions. Those who have seen the trailer of the Ranveer Singh-Vaani Kapoor starrer cannot simply get over the kiss-fest and the dare-bare scenes, making everyone wonder about the Censor Board’s take (read ‘verdict’) on the same. Speaking of the Censors, the general trend is that, a film is given to the Censor Board for

  • Mercedes-Benz GLA 220 d 4MATIC ‘Activity Edition’ Launched At Rs 38.51 Lakh

    The country’s largest luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz inched further towards its target of bringing 12 new cars to India this year by launching the GLA 220 d 4MATIC ‘Activity Edition’ for a price of Rs 38.51 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune) on Monday. With this, the 4MATIC all-wheel drive has also made its debut on the GLA in the country, according to a press release.

  • 2017 Chevrolet Cruze to feature 1.6-litre diesel

    The second-generation Cruze will be powered by a 1.6-litre diesel and will be coupled to a nine-speed automatic transmission.   

    Recently, Chevrolet revealed the hatchback version of the second-generation Cruze. Along with it, the automaker also confirmed the long-awaited diesel version of the sedan. In North America, the second-gen Cruze made its world debut in June 2015. However, the automaker didn’t reveal the diesel powertrain of the sedan at that time. Unlike the previous

  • Water supply to be disrupted in parts of Delhi

    New Delhi: Water supply will be hit in major parts of the city, including NDMC areas, this evening due to ongoing interconnection of pipes, Delhi Jal Board has said.

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    IIM-I alumnus wins ‘Digital Trailblazer Award’

    Indore: An alumnus of Indian Institute of Management Indore (IIM-I) has developed an app for e-Government citizen services such as issuance of birth, death, income and caste certificates.

  • Russia wooed but China a hard nut to crack

    The tinge of disappointment in some quarters in India over China’s lack of receptivity to condemning Pakistan’s cross-border terror at the BRICS summit of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa in Goa was misplaced and unjustified. The foreign policy formulations in China are based on strategic imperatives as perceived by them and are well thought out. There is indeed no place for sudden change of heart because they are based on cold, clinical