Free Press Journal
  • I’m always nervous about my films, says Aamir Khan

    Mumbai: Superstar Aamir Khan, who is awaiting the release of his forthcoming movie “Dangal”, says he is never confident but nervous about his films prior to its release.

  • Saif, Kareena have right to decide their baby’s name, says Omar Abdullah

    Srinagar: Omar Abdullah has criticised those who made fun of Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor for naming their newly-born son Taimur. The former Jammu & Kashmir Chief Minister says that it’s their right to decide the name of their baby and the opinion of the rest doesn’t matter.

  • Aamir Khan’s gift for Haryana’s Balali village

    During the filming of Dangal, Aamir Khan had intended to screen the film for residents of Balali village in Haryana. Balali is the hometown of wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat, on who’s life Dangal is based.

  • Rahul Gandhi levels allegations against PM, BJP rebuts charges

    Mehsana: Rahul Gandhi today alleged that Narendra Modi as Gujarat Chief Minister had taken money from Sahara and Birla groups and demanded an independent inquiry into it, a charge BJP rejected as an attempt to divert attention from the AgustaWestland probe in which the names of Congress leaders and the “family” were coming up.

  • Blaze in South Mumbai, fireman among 2 injured

    Mumbai: Two persons, including a fireman, were injured in a major fire that broke out in the hutments of Sankli street at Madanpura area in South Mumbai, a senior fire brigade official said today.

  • Chandrababu says his comments on demonetisation distorted

    Vijayawada: A day after making critical remarks on demonetisation, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today said his comments were “distorted” and that he has been supporting the exercise.

  • Rahul Gandhi takes a swipe at Modi govt over latest note ban rule

    New Delhi: The Modi government is behaving like a “confused” traffic signal exhibiting different colours at the same time, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi said today on the ‘repeated’ changes in the rules regarding deposit of old currency notes in banks.

  • Hershey forays into premium chocolate segment

    Mumbai: After launching milk additives and chocolate spread, Hershey India today said it has entered the premium chocolate segment in the country with its brand Brookside.

  • PSBs to levy service tax to IMPS, UPI on NEFT transactions above Rs.1000

    New Delhi: In line with the Central Government’s objective of promotion of payments through cards and digital means over payments in cash, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has recently rationalized customer charges for transactions up to Rs. 1000 settled on Immediate Payment Service (IMPS), Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) with effect from January 1, 2017 till March 31, 2017.

  • IDS disclosure figures to be revised lower to Rs 55,000 crore

    New Delhi: Government is likely to revise downwards the disclosures made under the black money amnesty scheme to about Rs 55,000 crore as one Hyderabad-based realtor and his associates have defaulted on tax payments after declaring more than Rs 10,000 crore unaccounted income.