Free Press Journal
  • Mother of missing JNU student meets Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: The mother of missing student of JNU Najeeb Ahmed today met Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who assured her of his intervention to find out the youth who has been untraceable since October 15.

  • Pooja Hegde: Always wanted to work with Allu Arjun

    Chennai: Actress Pooja Hegde, who has commenced work on upcoming Telugu film “Duvvada Jagannadham”, says she has been looking forward to an opportunity to work with co-star Allu Arjun for a long time.

  • SC to hear NDTV’s plea against its one-day ban on December 5

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today decided to hear next month the petitions filed by NDTV challenging the government’s to its Hindi news channel NDTV India to go off air for a day, a decision which has now been put on hold.

  • Giant sinkhole swallows Japan city street

    Tokyo: A giant sinkhole appeared in the middle of a busy Japanese city today, swallowing part of a five-lane street near the main railway station.

  • US Elections 2016

    US Elections 2016: Results, date time and polls according to Indian time

    The ‘US Presidential Election’ is the most talked about topic these days. The election is nearing its climax and the world seems waiting for it breathlessly. The final face-off between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will happen on November 08, 2016. And the 45th President of the United States will be declared.

  • Saif Ali’s daughter Sara set to debut opposite Ranveer Singh

    Saif Ali Khan’s daughter Sara Ali Khan will be making her Bollywood debut in Zoya Akhtar’s next project. She would be paired opposite Ranveer Singh who plays role of a rapper in the tentatively titled movie ‘Gully Boy’. The film is inspired by real life rappers like Divine and Naezy.

  • Maharashtra government cancels affordable housing tenders under PMAY

    The Maharashtra government has stopped the execution of tenders for affordable housing, for time being. The affordable housing was initiated by BJP led government. It has come under scanner after major irregularities were found in the tenders worth Rs 3,612 crore which were passed under affordable housing scheme for building homes near Mumbai.

  • Karnataka CM raises visa issues with Theresa May

    Bengaluru, British Prime Minister Theresa May, who arrived here on Tuesday from New Delhi for a day-long visit, met Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah who during their talks raised the issue of rising cost of British visas.

  • Honda to debut India-Bound WR-V tomorrow

    Honda has released the final teaser of the India-bound WR-V – a Jazz-based sub-4m SUV – ahead of tomorrow’s big reveal at the 2016 Sao Paulo International Motor Show in Brazil. The Japanese automaker has been testing the sub-4m SUV in the South American country for quite a while and the car is likely to go on sale in the coming months there, while its Indian debut is likely to

  • Price wars: Toyota Fortuner vs Ford Endeavour

    Toyota has launched the all-new Fortuner and now cold comparisons with its arch rival, the Ford Endeavour can be made. Right off the bat, the option of two diesel engines and keen pricing makes the Ford look quite attractive as compared to the Toyota. Ford’s rejigged line up of the Endeavour has made it quiet feisty that deserves to be closely examined by potential Fortuner customers. So, which

  • Very difficult to compete with superstar parent, says Soha Ali Khan 

    New Delhi: Her mother Sharmila Tagore is an iconic Bollywood actress of her times and brother Saif Ali Khan has been in the film world for over two decades. Soha Ali Khan says the going gets tough for star kids in filmdom as it is very difficult to compete with a superstar parent.

  • INsurance Bill

    How to select the best Health Insurance for your Family?

    Healthcare costs are soaring in India, and, to make matters worse, one out of every four Indians has been identified at risk of contracting lifestyle diseases, such as diabetes, cardiovascular ailments or cancer, before the age of 70. The situation is particularly alarming for some ailments, particularly non-communicable diseases such as diabetes. We have the dubious distinction of being called the “Diabetes Capital of the World,” with over 60 million diabetics in