Free Press Journal
  • Tanishaa turns style guru

    Tanishaa Mukerji has been missing from the silver screen for quite some time now. The ‘Neal N Nikki’ actress, who has managed to grab eye balls during her recent red carpet outings, has now started an Instagram fashion and make-up related series of posts, sharing some easy DIY tips, and it is becoming increasingly famous with her followers.

  • Diana is happy with her experience of Bollywood

    Actress Diana Penty, who made her acting debut in Bollywood with the 2012 film “Cocktail” and was then seen in “Happy Bhag Jaayegi”, says she has no complaints about her journey in the industry. “So far, I have had a great experience in Bollywood with the films I have got and the people I have got a chance to work with. I have a really good experience so far and I have no complains,”

  • When Amit was jobless for five months

    Actor Amit Sadh, who started his acting career with TV show Kyun Hota Hai Pyarrr, has moved to Bollywood now and he is busy doing films. But the actor, who was last seen in Sonakshi Sinha starrer Akira, says that he was jobless for five months after Kai Po Che and then he signed his next film Runningshaadi.com.

  • Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017 – Day 4

    Making his second appearance at Lakmé Fashion with his label EKAM, Armaan Randhawa once again unveiled a striking look in women’s wear called “Into the Wild” where the brand aspired for “The love of the Paradise”.

  • 3 surgical strikes during UPA regime, says Shinde

    Mumbai : Former Union Home Minister Sushil kumar Shinde on Saturday said three surgical strikes were carried out between 2009-2013 but the UPA government never made it public. “The Congress-led UPA regime never made the strikes public. However, the Narendra Modi government capitalised on the army operation. The BJP government only makes huge promises to mislead the people,” Shinde said after launching the party’s poll campaign for 25 Zilla Parishads in Osmanabad district.

  • Semblance of normalcy in Nagaland

    Kohima : Some semblance of normalcy was noticed after five days of shutdown in Nagaland even as government offices remained closed following a fresh indefinite shutdown imposed by the Nagaland Tribes Action Committee (NTAC) which began on Saturday.

  • Live-in partner’s killer also murdered his parents

    Bhopal : A man arrested for allegedly killing his live-in partner and entombing her body has told police that he murdered his parents six years ago and buried them in their house in Raipur.

  • BJP to form govt in UP with 300 plus seats: Shahnawaz

    Patna: Asserting that the SP-Congress alliance cannot stop BJP in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh, former union minister Syed Shahnawaz Hussain on Saturday claimed that the party would form government in the state with a thumping majority of over 300 seats.

  • Acche din will come in UP after BSP, SP exit: Rajnath

    Badaun : Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday attacked Samajwadi Party and BSP, saying ‘achche din’ will come in Uttar Pradesh only after the two parties are wiped out in the upcoming Assembly elections.

  • Old-timers miss electoral din in Agra

    Agra : As campaigning for the first phase of the seven-phased Uttar Pradesh assembly elections gains momentum, many old-timers and other locals in the City of the Taj rue the absence of the cacophony associated with the earlier electoral battles.

  • Maya to give quota to poor in upper castes

    Bareilly (UP) : After stressing that her party does not believe in making promises but acting on them, BSP president Mayawati on Saturday vowed to waive farmers’ loans up to Rs 1 lakh per head and extend quota benefits to the poor among the upper castes. “The reservation facility to Dalits and backwards will come to an end in case BJP, which is working on RSS agenda, comes to power in UP….With BSP

  • UP will give triple talaq to SP, Cong and BSP: Owaisi

    Lucknow : Uttar Pradesh will give “triple talaq” to SP, Congress and BSP, AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi on Saturday said, dubbing Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav “two sides of the same coin”.