Free Press Journal
  • Salman Khan gate-crashes Robot 2.0 event to meet Rajinikanth

    Saturday saw the launch of the much talked about first look of the next Rajinikanth starrer Robot 2.0 While the film is already a rather big cinematic outing down south considering that it features none other than Rajinikanth. Back here in Mumbai, it has been gaining popularity since Akshay Kumar who has been on a roll this year, features in the film as the main villain.

  • PM Modi’s friends enjoying, while poor waste away in queues: Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Asserting that only those in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s inner circle stood most to gain from demonetisation, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Monday stated that the poor were wasting away standing in queues while the elite and rich were carrying on without any hassles.

  • 117 roads in Mumbai to be widened to ease traffic

    The number of vehicles in the city are increasing and the traffic congestion with it is also on the rise, the traffic on Mumbai roads moves at snail’s pace during the peak hours and so to ease the traffic in the city BMC has come up with a new road widening project, in which at least 117 roads in Mumbai are going to be widened and 70 new link roads are going

  • Suresh Prabhu

    Strict action against those guilty for train derailment: Govt

    New Delhi: Promising “strictest possible action” against the guilty, government today announced a thorough investigation aided by latest technical and forensic analysis into yesterday’s train accident near Kanpur in which the death toll has mounted to 133.

  • Felt excited to get married on screen, says Hitesh Bharadwaj

    The talented actor Hitesh Bharadwaj, who is single in real life, tied the knot on his TV show ‘Agar Tum Saath Ho’ on Zindagi channel. And he’s quite cool about his marital status too. He says, “I feel very excited as this was the first time I got married on screen!”

  • John Abraham turns down Karan Johar’s invite for Koffee with Karan

    John Abraham seems to be not interested in participating in another TV show after the fiasco on a reality show. Readers may be aware of the fact that John Abraham recently walked out of Krushna Abhishek’s roast show Comedy Nights Bachao after being ridiculed with several jibes during the filming of the episode.

  • Melania Trump, son Barron not to move to White House for now

    New York: US future First Lady Melania Trump and son Barron will not move to the White House immediately after President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration in January with both the parents wary of pulling their child out in the middle of school year.

  • Demonetisation: Joint opposition continues to protest in Lok Sabha

    New Delhi: A combined opposition today disrupted the proceedings of Lok Sabha for the fourth consecutive day demanding discussion on demonetisation under a rule that entails voting, leading to adjournment of the House twice.

  • Happy Birthday Helen! 10 unknown facts about the Dancing Queen

    Dancing Queen Helen turns 78 today. Helen also well known as item girl during her career, was the one who introduced cabaret dance in Bollywood. She was considered as a daring dancer in the 50’s and 60’s.

  • India beat England by 246-runs in second Test

    Visakhapatnam: India rode on a superb bowling performance to beat England by 246 runs in the second cricket Test at the ACA-VDCA Stadium here on Monday.

  • Asia-Pacific summit closes with call to work for free trade

    Lima: Leaders of 21 Asia-Pacific nations ended their annual summit Sunday with a call to resist protectionism amid signs of increased free-trade skepticism, highlighted by the victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential election.

  • Kanpur Train Accident: Death toll rises to 142

    Kanpur: The death toll in one of the worst rail accidents in the country that took place on Sunday when the Indore-Patna Express rolled off the tracks near Kanpur, rose to 142 on Monday, officials said.

  • Malaysia Flight 370 families to hunt for debris in Africa

    Kuala Lumpur: The families of those onboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 said today they will mount a debris-hunting trip to Madagascar to search for clues to what happened to the missing plane.

  • Demonetisation:Queues get shorter at banks; no respite at ATMs

    New Delhi: In the wake of certain restrictions on money exchange norms by the government, chaos and rush at banks eased but the situation did not quite improve at ATMs as people were still seen waiting in long queues to withdraw valid currency notes.