Free Press Journal
  • ‘Bewafa’ Sonam Gupta breaks into Google 2016 top 10 personalities list

    New Delhi: Sonam Gupta — the name synonymous with betrayal that ruled social media through the year, especially post-demonetisation — made a surprise entry at No. 3 in the Google India list of top 10 trending personalities, the search engine giant said on Wednesday.

  • Pictures of Singer Vaikom Vijayalakshmi getting engaged!

    The wedding news of Viakom Vijayalakshmi had hit the headlines in November. The popular singer has been engaged to Bahrain-based Santosh, hails from Puthiyangadi, in a private affair on, 13 December.

  • Sleep helps process traumatic experiences

    Geneva: Sleep during the first 24 hours after a trauma can have a positive impact on highly emotional distress and memories, according to a new study which may help develop new therapies to prevent post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), reports PTI.

  • Prachi Desai turns down offer for Pakistani ad

    Mumbai: Actress Prachi Desai says she turned down an offer to feature in an ad for a Pakistani beauty brand, considering the strained ties between India and Pakistan.

  • Rajya Sabha passes bill on Rights of differently-abled

    New Delhi: A bill stipulating up to two- year jail term and a maximum fine of Rs 5 lakh for discriminating against differently-abled persons was passed by the Rajya Sabha today.

  • Malaysia’s Anwar Ibrahim loses final bid for freedom

    Kuala Lumpur: Former Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim will remain in jail for four more years after the country’s highest court rejected his final bid to overturn the controversial 2014 sodomy conviction.

  • Nano serious drain on financial resources of Tata Motors, says Wadia

    Mumbai: Ahead of Nusli Wadia’s removal in the December 22 “extraordinary” general meeting, the independent director of Tata Motors Ltd (TML) said on Wednesday that the Nano small car has proved to be “a serious drain on the financial resources” of the company.

  • None of mobile payment apps in India fully secure: Qualcomm

    New Delhi – While government is pushing for digital payments through mobile phones, chipset maker Qualcomm said that wallets and mobile banking applications in India are not using hardware level security which can make online transactions more secure.

  • Russia influenced Brexit vote, claims British MP

    London: A British Labour MP has claimed it is “highly probable” that Vladimir Putin’s Russia interfered in the June 23 Brexit vote, media reported on Wednesday.

  • Baahubali 2: The strapping look of Rana Daggubati revealed!

    The much awaited movie Baahubali 2 aka Baahubali-the conclusion has unveiled its new poster on the occasion of Rana Daggubati birthday today with four versions (Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi).

  • Oberoi International School organises ‘Festival of Choirs’

    MUMBAI, December 13, 2016: Oberoi International School, one of the leading IB World Schools in Mumbai organised the city’s first ‘Festival of Choirs’ for primary section students, today. In this one-day festival, around 300 students participated from kindergarten to grade 5, from some of the renowned international schools in Mumbai. These schools are The American School of Bombay, Jamnabai International and Ascend International.