Free Press Journal
  • KJo can come to CBFC ‘befikre’ with ‘Ok Jaanu’: Pahlaj Nihalani

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Karan Johar can come to the censor board with “Ok Jaanu” — his production on a live-in relationship — without worrying, says Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) Chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani, who wonders why he is called corrupt if he doesn’t “cut the kisses”.

  • Rs 1.11 crore cash seized from Shiv Sena corporator’s vehicle

    Mumbai: In a joint operation, Income Tax Department and Crime Branch of Vasai Police today recovered Rs 1.11 crore in both old and new notes from the vehicle belonging to a Shiv Sena corporator in Vasai Virar Municipal Corporation, police said.

  • Angry customers pelt stones at bank branch, smash ATM

    Malda(WB): A group of agitated customers today pelted stones at a branch of a nationalised bank and smashed a closed ATM in the Ratua area of the district after officials informed them that they would be unable to dispense adequate amount of cash, police said.

  • Gym instructor kills delivery man to get hold of mobile

    Bengaluru: A delivery man working with  e-commerce major Flipkart was allegedly murdered by a gym  instructor here to get hold of the mobile phone he had  ordered, as he did not have money to pay in return, police said today.

  • “It has been a period of discovery”, says Ira Dubey

    Ironically, her catchy online shopping ads grabbed more attention than her indie film. But the year looks set to end on a higher note for Ira Dubey, with Dear Zindagi, says Nichola Pais

  • Farhan might have a cameo in Zoyas next

    Filmmaker Zoya Akhtar is all set to venture into the digital space by co-producing a web series along with her brother, Farhan, who the director says might also appear in it. The “Dil Dhadakne Do” director along with filmmaker Reema Kagti has started a production company called ‘Tiger Baby’, which will produce an original series about wedding planners titled “Made in heaven”, for video streaming platform Amazon Prime.

  • Aamir Khan won’t miss any nook and corner of India

    Aamir Khan is one actor who simply loves his job. Actively participating in all aspects of his every film, right from the scripting to production and then promotions, Aamir Khan is known to be involved with the film till it hits the screen and like most of the time, causes a blast.

  • My life is my gym: Priyanka Chopra

    For Priyanka Chopra, who now divides her time between two continents, her ‘hectic’ life has become her gym, during which she follows her customised exercise regime, ‘PC’s on the job workout’.

  • Now control a robot with only your thought

    New York: Imagine grasping a mug of coffee sitting on a chair and a robotic hand brings it in front of you, thereby reducing your efforts of getting up and getting it yourself. With new technology, such seemingly impossible feats should no longer be restricted to the realms of fantasy, research has shown, says IANS.

  • How Santa delivers presents on Christmas eve explained!

    The mystery of how Father Christmas can deliver presents to 700 million children in one night, fit down the chimney and arrive without being seen or heard has been explained by a UK physicist using  Einstein’s special relativity theory, reports PTI.

  • Social media data can help build marketing personae

    New York: Just by observing how users respond to online videos and other social media content, computers may be able to group them into marketing segments in real time, a new research has revealed, says IANS. “Computers used information from social media accounts to automatically build marketing personae.

  • Paltering viewed as harshly as intentional lying

    New York: Creating a mistaken impression by telling the truth is not only possible, it has a name – paltering . But the results of being found out can be just as harsh as intentional lying, warns a study, according to IANS.

  • I’ve become a wrestling fan after ‘Dangal’: Fatima Sana Sheikh

    Mumbai: Actress Fatima Sana Sheikh, who is playing the character of wrestling champion gold medallist Geeta Phogat in Aamir Khan-starrer “Dangal”, says she now loves the sport and understands it better after she went through intense training to shoot the film.

  • Why you need sunglasses in winters?

    New Delhi: Most of us tend to have the misconception that our eyes need protection from the sun’s glare only during summer months when the sun is harsh and hot. When the weather turns cooler and sunshine becomes desirable, many of us do away with our sunglasses and expose our eyes to harmful radiation.

  • Parliament logjam: Opposition finds ammunition in L K Advani to attack Centre

    New Delhi: Using Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Lal Krishna Advani’s concern over the continuous parliament logjam, the Congress Party on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the Centre saying that the ruling party is acting like a fascist.

  • Pain killers may cause hearing loss in women: Study

    New York: Are you in the habit of popping up pain killers even for a headache? Beware, a study has found that women who use pain killers for six years or more may be at an increased risk of loss of hearing than those who used these medications for a year or less, says IANS.

  • Neutron stars may be emitting gravitational waves continuously

    Washington/Mumbai: Many fast spinning dense neutron stars generate gravitational waves continuously, according to Indian scientists who suggest that careful observations should be made to detect such waves, reports PTI.

  • IRCTC appoints women caterers from Sawantwadi to whip up some mouth watering local dishes

    IRCTC wants you to get a taste of home even before you get to your destination. Hence it has teamed up with 30 women members of the Loksanchalit Sadhan Kendra, which is federation of 19 women’s self-help groups formed by the Mahila Arthik Vikas Mahamandal (MAVIM) in Konkan’s Sawantwadi. These women cook the region’s local Malvani cuisine for railway passengers along the Southern based routes. The women are tirelessly working for over three months