Free Press Journal
  • Thank you for being in my happiness, sadness: SRK to fans

    Mumbai: Wrapped in his deep baritone, with the emotional theme of “Kal Ho Na Ho” playing in the background, comes superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s heartfelt message expressing gratitude to his fans as he turned 51 today.

  • MP Home Minister says slain SIMI members were armed

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Bhupendra Singh today said the SIMI activists who were gunned down in an encounter with police on October 31 after a jail-break were armed, contradicting the state ATS chief’s statement that they had no weapons.

  • India’s ‘biggest’ drug racket busted, Bollywood producer nabbed

    New Delhi: The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DIR) on Wednesday claimed to have busted India’s biggest drug racket and recovered 23,500 kg of mandrax tablets (methaqualone) with an estimated value of Rs 4,700 crore in the international market. A Bollywood producer has been arrested in this connection, an official said.

  • On a musical high!

    Sukhwinder Singh spoke to Shubarna Mukerji Shu, recently about his two smashing hits – ‘Gajanan’ and ‘Bolo Har Har…’

  • Priyanka Chopra speaks Marathi

    It is easy to see business sense but it is not so easy to learn a language. Even for superwoman Priyanka Chopra would have to agree with it. Everyone knows that the gorgeous actress is all set to release her first home production Ventilator.

  • Baby clothes make me go completely bonkers: Tusshar Kapoor

    There is not much that we know about Tusshar as a father, but recently the actor shared a pic on social media that had us all falling a little more in love with him. A cute little romper saying ‘A Tusshar Kapoor Production’!

  • Anil Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor will be seen together in upcoming movie Mubarakan

    For the very first time, Anil Kapoor and nephew Arjun Kapoor coming together in a film is big enough news! While everyone is impatiently waiting for more, the uncle-nephew duo has been teasing their fans with a glimpse here and a glimpse there, not of the film, but of the feel!

  • Shraddha Kapoor: The rockstar fashionista

    There are many things to look forward in Rock On 2, but for Shraddha’s sake she is really pleased with her hair and makeup, to begin with. “When you say happy with hair- and-make-up, there is this perception that Shraddha is very pleased with the way she is looking. However, it is not vanity related. Hair and makeup is what makes the actor turn into characters for each film.

  • BREAKING: Tahir Raj Bhasin replaces Ali Zafar in Dear Zindagi

    In the wake of the ban on Pakistani artists in Bollywood, many films have suffered setback owing to the presence of the artists. While the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil was in jeopardy until days before its release, yet another film that would have probably faced hindrance is Gauri Shinde’s Dear Zindagi which stars musician-actor Ali Zafar.

  • Human brain predisposed to racial bias: study

    London: Human brain responds more strongly to negative depiction of ethnic or religious minorities, according to a new study which shows how racial bias emerges and spreads, according to PTI. “When you look at Islam, for example, there are so many more negative stories than positive ones and that will build up over time,” said Hugo Spiers, a neuroscientist at University College London in the UK.

  • VK Singh sparks row with remarks over Grewal’s mental state

    New Delhi: Union Minister VK Singh today triggered a controversy when he said the “mental state” of the ex-serviceman who committed alleged suicide over OROP needs to be probed before drawing conclusions about his extreme action.

  • An egg a day may cut stroke risk: study

    New York: A daily dose of one egg daily – an affordable source of high quality protein – may cut the risk of suffering a stroke by 12 per cent, a new study has claimed, says PTI. One large egg boasts six grammes of high-quality protein and antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, found within the egg yolk, as well as vitamins E, D and A, researchers said.

  • Regular exercise and healthy diet can help you stay sharp

    Toronto: People who engage in regular physical activity and consume plenty of fruits and vegetables are likely to stay sharp even in their old age, suggests new research, according to IANS. “Factors such as adhering to a healthy lifestyle including a diet that is rich in essential nutrients, regular exercise engagement, and having an adequate cardiovascular profile all seem to be effective ways by which to preserve cognitive function and delay cognitive

  • Positive school climate can reduce socioeconomic gap

    New York: Positive school climate helps students not just to achieve academic excellence but also improve outcomes for students from low socioeconomic backgrounds, according to a new study, says IANS.

  • New artificial intelligence system can create your worst nightmare!

    Boston: Scientists have created a “Nightmare Machine” – an artificial intelligence system that can understand what makes certain images frightening, and transform harmless-looking images into stuff of nightmares, reports PTI.

  • 6 Pakistani High Commission officials leave India

    New Delhi: As many as six officials in the Pakistani High Commission here today returned home amidst growing tension between the two countries after a Pakistani Mission staffer was caught in an espionage ring and expelled.

  • Wellbeing interlinked with managing emotions: study

    Washington: We generally reframe a situation to get a hold over our emotions. But a new study suggests that using this reappraisal strategy in situations we actually have control over may be associated with lower wellbeing, reports ANI.

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    42 fire incidents in Mumbai during Diwali festivities

    Mumbai: Despite appeals to city residents to exercise self-restraint while bursting fire crackers, there has not been a significant drop in fire cases during the Diwali celebrations, a senior fire brigade official has said.