Free Press Journal
  • SC refuses to accept rejection of names by Centre for appointment of judges

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to accept the rejection of 43 names by the Centre that were recommended by the Collegium of judges headed by Chief Justice of India Tirath Singh Thakur for appointments in various high courts.

  • Long queues outside banks a ‘serious issue’, says Supreme Court

    New Delhi:  The Supreme Court today dubbed as a “serious issue” the long queues outside banks and post offices and expressed its reservation on the Centre’s plea seeking a direction that no other court in the country should entertain petitions challenging the November 8 notification demonetising Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 currency notes.

  • SRK on pairing opposite Alia, “Look at Trump’s wife”

    Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan recently completed 25 years in Bollywood, wherein he has romanced many beauties in his career so far. Apart from the 90s actress, the King Khan has also romanced young Bollywood actresses like – Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Anushka Sharma and many more. Dear Zindagi has been in news of its unique promotions, and also Alia Bhatt’s pairing opposite Shah Rukh Khan.

  • books

    Crossword to celebrate Indian writing with 14th Raymond Crossword Book Award

    Indian authors have added priceless gems in the treasure box of admirable fictional and non-fictional literature from around the world. And Crossword Book Awards honours them by bringing together the entire community –authors, readers, publishers and booksellers under one roof.

  • Baba Ramdev jokes about Demonetisation, says ‘Many BJP leaders are Bachelors’

    Narendra Modi government on 8 November night announced the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000 in India and as expected, it has created panic like situation for the common people. The hush-hush move has created rush situation at ATMs and banks with people spending long hours in line to get cash.

  • Satiate your sweet tooth this weekend at Dessert Garden

    Are you among those who cannot stop fantasizing about desserts? But are stuck with the same old choice and want to try something exciting? Then you should head to the city’s biggest dessert festival Dessert Garden 5.0, curated by High Street Phoenix this weekend.

  • trump

    Trump to enter Kolkata with Real Estate Project

    New York based Trump Organization, world’s only global luxury real estate brand which is the business venture of US President Donald Trump, has partnered with Kolkata’s Unimark Group for a residential project.

  • Rs 91 Lakh seized from BJP’s local leader, owner of Lokmangal Bank

    According to reports Rs. 91 lakh were seized from the vehicle, which belonged to the Maharashtra Cooperative Minister’s organization Lokmangal group. Interestingly, Lokmangal group is also the owner of Lokmangal Bank. The Opposition parties NCP and Congress following the reports have demanded for immediate sacking of the Maharashtra Cooperative Minister Subhash Deshmukh, BJP MLA from Solapur South Constituencey.

  • Using indelible ink for demonetisation may affect election process: EC

    New Delhi: With Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal and Arunachal Pradesh slated to go for assembly polls on November 19, the Election Commission (EC) today expressed its concerns about use of indelible ink by banks in exchange for currency notes under the demonetization rule.

  • Chevrolet showcases Spark (Beat) Activ at 2016 LA motor show

    Chevrolet has showcased the ‘Activ’, which is the cross-hatch avatar of the American version of the Beat (second-gen Beat, known as Spark there) at the ongoing 2016 LA Motor Show. The nameplate first got the ‘Activ’ version at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo in February. That said, the Indian cross-hatch version is different compared to its American counterpart. The former is based on the first-gen Beat’s platform, while the latter features an entirely

  • UN should do more to send right message to terror groups: India

    United Nations: Asserting that the UN should do more to send the right message to terror groups, India has said that the inconsistent implementation of sanctions on some of the terrorist outfits eats away at the UN’s authority.