Free Press Journal
  • Chief Justice Thakur recommends Justice Khehar as successor

    New Delhi: Chief Justice of India T.S.Thakur on Tuesday recommended to the government that Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar be appointed his successor when he demits office on January 3, said informed sources.

  • Romcoms don’t stay romcoms in Hindi cinema: Ranveer Singh

    Actor Ranveer singh feels Bollywood is yet to bring a pure romantic comedy. The actor, who will be next seen in Aditya Chopra-directed “Befikre”, romcoms end up being a love story at the end of the film.

  • Mariah Carey guilty over postponing wedding

    Singer Mariah Carey worried about “disappointing” businessman James Packer when she postponed their wedding to focus on her tour, says IANS. In the opening episode of Carey’s new reality show “Mariah’s World”, the singer and her manager Stella can be seen concerned about juggling plans for the marriage, which was ultimately cancelled as the couple split in October, reports dailymail.co.uk.

  • After breakup Sidharth Malhotra & Alia Bhatt at Manish Malhotra’s bash

    In the wake of their break-up rumours, all eyes were peeled to see how reported ex-lovers Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra would behave at Manish Malhotra’s fiftieth. While they arrived separately, they evidently didn’t desperately try to stay apart at the bash itself.

  • Caring for Kareena Kapoor!

    So she’s in the final month and Bebo’s baby could put in an appearance any minute. But that hasn’t stopped the gorgeous mom-in-the-making from working the party circuit especially when the party in question is in honour of her bestie, Manish Malhotra. Onlookers at the designer’s 50thbirthday bash only looked away from the glowing, gorgeous Kareena, to note how discreet yet caring husband Saif Ali Khan was, as he stuck close by

  • Sushant Singh Rajput hard work for his upcoming movie

    Playfully dubbed a young Hrithik Roshan for his penchant for speaking philosophically and his constant endeavour to improve himself and break new ground, Sushant Singh Rajput is on a self-reinvention trip. An outsider, so to speak, who started his journey by doing theatre and has made it big on his own in the industry, he is basking in the glory of his recent release M.S Dhoni: The Untold Story. This young actor

  • Anurag Kashyap’s flair for drama

    It’s a known fact that Anurag Kashyap absolutely loves to shock with both his films and his statements. Now he’s doing it again… On Neha Dhupia’s audio chat show, the badass filmmaker seemed determined to leave jaws dropping.

  • Tough talk with Sonakshi Sinha

    Six years after her debut, the ‘healthy’ Sonakshi Sinha is slimmer and more gorgeous than she has ever been. Speaking about her transformation, which has become quite the talk of the town, she revealed that seeing herself fitter motivated her to get better results. Interestingly, she shares that she has always been a confident person, yes even during those teenage years when she was at her heaviest.

  • Everything you need to know about Jayalalitha, not the politician

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha passed away on December 05 at Apollo Hospital. Much before being everyone’s favourite Amma, Jayalalitha was a popular Tamil superstar. Her journey from a superstar to politician is more dramatic than a movie. Though she was born in a well do family she later started working in films to support her family.

  • Bits of brain go to sleep even while you are awake

    New Delhi: When we are in a deep slumber our brain’s activity ebbs and flows in big, obvious waves, like watching a tide of human bodies rise up and sit down around a sports stadium. It’s hard to miss. New research with monkeys finds that those same cycles exist in wake as in sleep, but with only small sections sitting and standing in unison rather than the entire stadium. It’s as if

  • Demonetisation causes up to 60% drop in publishing industry

    New Delhi: India’s otherwise booming publishing industry is now undergoing a crucial phase as sales have dropped by almost 30-60 per cent since November 8, after the government’s decision to invalidate the 500- and 1,000-rupee notes.

  • Justice J S Khehar to be next Chief Justice of India

    New Delhi: The ball was set rolling today for the appointment of Jagdish Singh Khehar as the next Chief Justice of India with the present incumbent T S Thakur naming him his successor.

  • Facebook uses survey to curb fake news

    New York: In an effort to stop the proliferation of fake news, Facebook has initiated a “Survey” that asks users to what extent they think an article uses misleading language, says IANS. According to a report in TechCrunch, Facebook has confirmed that this is an official effort to curb the spread of misinformation.

  • Egyptian Queen Nefertari’s mummified remains identified

    London: A pair of mummified legs has been identified to be the remains of the Queen Nefertari – the favourite wife of the pharaoh Ramses II who reigned Egypt in the 13th Century BC – scientists say. Researchers including Stephen Buckley and Joann Fletcher from the University of York in the UK used radiocarbon dating, anthropology, palaeopathology, genetics and chemical analysis to identify the remains, reports PTI.

  • Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa laid to rest

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa was laid to rest at Marina Beach near her mentor and AIADMK founder M.G. Ramachandran’s (MGR) memorial on Tuesday evening.

  • Starvation may shorten lifespan of future generations: Research

    New York: Periods of fasting or starvation may significantly shorten the lifespan of children and their male descendants, a new study has found, reports PTI. The study focused on survivors of a mass famine that took place in the early 1920s in several rural regions of Russia.

  • Moderate, continuous exercise may boost sperm quality

    Tehran: Men who engage in moderate and continuous exercise regimen such as cycling, jogging, running, walking and rowing three-to-five times a week for six months can improve their sperm count and other measures of sperm quality, a new study has found, says IANS.

  • Team India satisfied with DRS, says Coach Kumble

    Mumbai: India’s head coach Anil Kumble on Tuesday asserted that the Indian players are very satisfied with outcomes from the Decision Review System (DRS) in ongoing five-match Test series against England.

  • Men like to ‘show off’ while eating at social gatherings

    New York: If you’re a man, gorging on delicious delicacies at a holiday meal or friend’s BBQ might have more to do with your ego than the quality of the food. According to a new study, men are at particular risk of overeating in social situations even when there is no incentive to do so, but opportunities for them to “show off”, says IANS.