Free Press Journal
  • Disclose your relation with Mahesh Shah: Kejriwal to PM

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should clarify his and BJP Chief Amit Shah’s relation with Mahesh Shah, who disclosed unaccounted income of Rs 13,860 crore under the central government’s income declaration scheme.

  • George Clooney, wife ready for $300 million divorce?

    George Clooney and his wife Amal are reportedly living separate lives and are ready for a $300 million divorce, says IANS. “Amal and George divorce announcement! $300 million split rocks Hollywood!” blares the latest headline of OK! Magazine, reports

  • Petrol, railway tickets to cost less if purchased via digital mode

    New Delhi: Petrol, railway tickets and insurance policies of PSU companies will cost less if bought through debit/credit cards or other digital modes, government said today while announcing a slew of measures to incentivise cashless payments.

  • Brad Pitt’s request to seal custody documents denied by judge

    A judge has denied Brad Pitt’s request to seal his child custody dispute as he fights for increased time with their kids, says PTI. Pitt is trying to get his visitation bumped to “at least twice per week” and went to court for an emergency hearing to get a judge involved behind closed doors, court documents reveal, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui to play a dacoit in his next film

    Always trying his hand at playing new and interesting roles, Nawazuddin Siddiqui is about to give his audience one more role to remember. In his next film he will be essaying the role of Sultana Daku, a dreaded dacoit in his next film The Confession of Sultana Daku.

  • Will the villainess Priyanka Chopra woo the West?

    While we agree the number of people who were expecting Priyanka to be seen running ina red swimsuit saving people on the beach, was too high, we are equally excited to see her play a boss lady, Victoria Leeds in the film Baywatch.

  • Film fashion fix!

    The irrepressible Wendell Rodricks relives the unforgettable stars and their gorgeous garb which remains forever etched in memory.

  • Demonetisation: Court sends man to 7-day ED custody

    New Delhi: A man acquainted with accounting practices was today sent to seven days in Enforcement Directorate (ED) custody by a Delhi court in connection with the agency’s money laundering probe into the case of alleged illegal conversion of demonetised notes involving officials of an Axis Bank branch here.

  • Railways, Metros, bus services will not accept old Rs 500 notes after 10 December

    As the demonetisation move continues to create roadblocks in many sectors of the economy, the government has announced that scrapped Rs 500 notes can not be used to make payments for rail catering services, train reservations, buying metro tokens and bus tickets from 10 December.

  • Why are humans constantly interested in sex?

    London: Have you ever wondered why are we constantly interested in sex while most animals have periods when they come into heat, and outside these periods they do not find sex interesting at all? A new study says that the reason we function this way is because sex serves as a “glue” in a committed relationship, reports IANS.

  • Saturn’s moons younger than thought: Research

    New York: Saturn’s moons are much younger than previously thought, according to freshly harvested data from NASA’s Cassini mission of the ringed planet’s bulging core and twisting gravitational forces, reports PTI. Scientists measured Saturn’s Love number – the rigidity of a planet – for the first time and confirmed Saturnian moons move away from the planet at a faster rate than expected.

  • Drones may safely transport blood to remote areas

    Washington: Using remotely piloted drones, blood products such as those transfused into patients may be quickly and safely transported to remote accident or natural catastrophe sites, according to the first study of its kind. Scientists have found that large bags of blood products can maintain temperature and cellular integrity while transported by drones, says PTI.

  • Optimistic outlook may help you live longer: study

    Boston: Having an optimistic outlook on life – a general expectation that good things will happen – may help people live longer, according to a new Harvard study, says PTI.

  • 12 Best dialogues to watch out for from Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees

    Yesterday Shah Rukh Khan launched the trailer of his keenly anticipated film Raees. While people everywhere have been going gaga over the fact that Shah Rukh Khan will be seen like never before, we decided to take a different route.

  • British woman returns book to library after 130 years

    London: Some 130 years after her grandfather borrowed a book from his school library, a woman in the UK has returned it with an apology letter, saying “your former pupil appears to have stolen” it. Alice Gillett, 77, came across a copy of ‘The Microscope and its Revelations’ written by Dr William B Carpenter, while clearing through her late husband’s possessions from Taunton, Somerset in England, a media letter said, according to

  • Thoughts of death trigger buying impulse in shopaholics

    Washington: Are you a shopaholic? Do thoughts of death haunt you? A new study has found that thoughts of mortality can actually trigger your buying impulse as it makes you feel better about yourself, reports ANI. The study has been published in the Journal of Consumer Affairs.

  • “I was born a he-man i’ll die as a he-man” – Dharmendra on turning 81

    One of Indian cinema’s most beloved stars Dharmendra celebrates his 81st birthday on December 8. It’s a quiet birthday with only close family members around him. “I’ve never liked shor sharaaba. I don’t attend parties and don’t throw any. I am a simple man with simple needs. What keeps me going is not fame, fortune or success but the love of the people. I’ve no hesitation in saying I am loved by one and