Free Press Journal
  • Vijay Mallya PMLA Case: ED to seize fresh Rs 17,00 crore assets

    Mumbai: With a special PMLA court allowing its plea for further attachments, ED will soon seize fresh assets worth Rs 1,700 crore, under CrPC laws, of liquor baron Vijay Mallya in connection with its money laundering case against him and others.

  • 9 years, 9 shades of Deepika Padukone in Bollywood

    Bollywood’s lanky tall beauty Deepika Padukone who entered Bollywood in 2006 with the movie ‘Om Shaanti Om’ opposite Shah Rukh Khan has completed 9 years in Hindi Film Industry.

  • Indian-American Kamala Harris to take on Trump’s immigration policies

    Washington: Indian-American Kamala Harris, who scripted history by winning a Senate seat, has said she would open a battlefront against President-elect Donald Trump’s anti-immigration policies, saying “we must reject racism and xenophobia in our politics”.

  • RBI asks Nepal Rastra Bank to provide details about Indian currency

    Kathmandu : The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has been asked by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to provide details of the stock of Indian currency in denominations of Rs.500 and Rs.1,000 in the Nepali financial system.

  • ‘Kahaani 2’ first song ‘Mehram will leave you teary eyed

    Vidya Balan, Arjun Rampal starrer ‘Kahaani 2s’ makers have released the first song ‘Mehram’. The song is quite intense and emotional. The song depicts, intense and emotional bond between Vidya and her daughter. The song has sung by Arijit Singh, somposed by Clinton Cerejo and will make you emotional if you are staying away from your mother.

  • My approach to roles changed with ‘Akira’: Sonakshi Sinha

    Mumbai: Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who is gearing up for the release of her forthcoming film “Force 2”, says her approach to roles has changed for the better when she did an action-packed drama like “Akira”.

  • ATMs open, run dry, people rant on twitter

    The ATMs in the country were supposed to open early morning on Friday. Well, some did, some did not, and some that did, ran dry in no time.

  • Don’t panic, your hard earned money safe: Govt assures people

    New Delhi: Assuring people that their hard earned money is safe, the Finance Ministry today said there is no need to panic and depositing junked Rs 500/1,000 notes of up to Rs 2.50 lakh in bank accounts will not be reported to the tax department.

  • Demonetisation: Chaos rules at Maharashtra ATMs

    Mumbai: Three days after the demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes, people faced difficulties withdrawing money at thousands of ATMs in Mumbai and other parts of Maharashtra on Friday.

  • E-cigarette prohibition will be a huge mistake: Experts

    New Delhi: With the seventh session of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) bringing together delegates from almost every country across the world to India, a team of international experts has warned that any attempt to limit the choice of e-cigarettes to consumers would be a huge mistake and do untold harm to millions of smokers.

  • Supreme Court to hear Rajasthan plea against Salman Khan

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear the Rajasthan government’s plea challenging the acquittal of Bollywood star Salman Khan in two 18-year-old chinkara poaching cases by the state High Court.

  • Want to make India most open economy, says PM Modi

    Tokyo: Stressing that strong India-Japan ties will be a “stabilising factor” in Asia and the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that he wants India to be the “most open economy” in the world.

  • Michelle Obama gives Melania Trump tour of White House

    Washington: Michelle Obama hosted Melania Trump at the White House and gave the incoming First Lady a tour of the residential part of the building which would be her home for the next four years.

  • Govt has decided to ease annual renewal norms for TV channels: Naidu

    New Delhi: The government has decided to ease the “annual renewal” norms for TV channels and existing broadcasters can continue operations by simply paying annual permission fee 60 days before the due date, Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said today.