Free Press Journal
  • Maha govt forms SIT to probe Buldhana ashram rape case

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Government has formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate the rape of a 13-year-old student at an ashram school in Khamgaon tehsil of Buldhana district.

  • US Presidential Race: Top 10 poll promises by Hillary Clinton

    The countdown has began, it’s just matter of few more days before the next US President will be elected. Going by the current opinion polls, US stands divided on the selection of the country’s top head – The President, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is running neck-to-neck with Donald Trump for the race to the White House.

  • Bombay House’s security, media scuffle injures photo-journalist

    Mumbai: A scuffle broke out between security personnel at Bombay House and photographers trying to click pictures of ousted Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry, injuring one of them, ahead of the board meeting of Tata group firm Indian Hotels Company Ltd here today.

  • Chhath Puja

    Chhath Puja 2016: Significance, Date, Muhurat and Vidhi

    Chhath Puja is observed for Sun God and Chhati Maiyya (wife of Sun God) to bestow health, wealth and prosperity. Chhath stands for six, as the festival is celebrated six days after Diwali or the sixth day of Karthika. The festival is widely celebrated in North India especially Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. In 2016, the festival begins on November 04 and ends on November 07.

  • P.O.W.’ left me emotionally drained: Purab Kohli

    Mumbai: To play an Army man returning to his country after spending 17 years in captivity, in upcoming TV show “P.O.W.-Bandi Yuddh Ke”, actor Purab Kohli had to tap his inner most self, which made him feel emotionally drained.

  • Pakistan has launched two-pronged attack against India: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: Days after Pakistani official Mehmood Akhtar was expelled over espionage charges, Shiv Sena today said the neighbouring nation has launched a two-pronged attack on India and questioned the need for a Pakistani High Commission in India.

  • PM Modi lying about OROP, says Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Friday alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had lied to the nation about implementation of the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme and asked the government to apologize for the police manhandling of the family of ex-soldier Ram Kishan Grewal, who ended his life over the scheme for military veterans.

  • “Women are more emotionally driven”, says Amit Tandon

    Acting and singing define him as a perfect entertainer. Amit Tandon of Sab TV’s popular Dil Deke Dekho speaks with Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about his acting, love, singing and more…

  • England are going to find it tough in India: Jonty Rhodes

    New Delhi: South African fielding legend Jonty Rhodes on Friday said England will find the going tough in sub-continental conditions when they take on India in a five-match Test rubber, starting from November 9 at Rajkot.

  • US Presidential Race: Top 10 poll promises by Donald Trump

    With four days to go for the US Presidential Elections 2016, it’s time for the citizens of the United States to decide whom to give the reigns of their country to. Republican candidate Donald Trump may be new to politics, but he has still managed to garner a lot of attention with his controversial comments and equally controversial promises. A businessman by profession (and politician by choice), Trump is the owner of

  • Difficult to question judicial probe’s integrity, says Bhupinder Singh

    Anoop Pur (Madhya Pradesh): Backing the Madhya Pradesh government’s move to constitute a judicial inquiry instead of handing over the case to the National Investigative Agency (NIA), state Home Minister Bhupinder Singh on Friday said the committee has been formed transparently.

  • ISIS boss al-Baghdadi has escaped besieged Mosul, says Britain

    London/Baghdad: The top boss of the Islamic State — who on Thursday denied the terror group was on the brink of losing control in the besieged northern Iraqi city of Mosul — has himself fled, Britain’s Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson said on Friday.

  • Self driving cars won’t work in India: R C Bhargava

    New Delhi: At a time when the automotive world is bullish on self driving cars, Maruti Suzuki Chairman R C Bhargava says such autonomous vehicles will not work in India as “nobody obeys any of the driving rules”.