Free Press Journal
  • Essential software for painters, designers

    With the best digital painting software, you can create fun and appealing digital designs and images. While it might not look like an image created with pen and ink or paint and paper, you still end up with a beautiful image.

  • Malayalam actress Bhavana kidnapped by driver, but escapes

    Kochi: Malayalam film actress Bhavana was on late Friday night kidnapped for a brief while on way from Thrissur to Kochi. She managed to escape, and her driver has been taken into custody, police said.

  • Tamil Nadu: Chaos reigns in assembly, DMK members evicted

    Chennai: Pandemonium reigned in the Tamil Nadu assembly on Saturday as Speaker P. Dhanapal was heckled by the opposition DMK members, after Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami proposed a confidence motion. The Speaker adjourned the House till 3 p.m.

  • Mumbai: Legal battles slows down Metro 3 project

    The Metro 3 project, which will be constructed by Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC), has some hurdles in front before it can even complete Metro 3. The Metro 3 project will have to fight against various court cases filed by residents and activists in Mumbai. The most controversial project Metro 3, referred also as Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro, has been in state government’s pipeline for many years. But in 2016 finally the project has

  • BMC Elections: SEC will display candidates criminal records outside polling booths!

    In the race to head the civic body headquarters, most of the political parties have fielded candidates who have criminal cases against them. With elections scheduled for next week, State Election Commission (SEC) has a surprise in store for candidates. SEC will display a banner carrying names of all the candidates outside every polling booth highlighting the criminal cases faced by them. After this move voters will get an option to choose

  • Indian Government cancels plan to build a wall along Pakistan border

    The centre has made the proposal to build a wall along the Pakistan border in Jammu, a move made in order to stop cross border terrorism. The government has called for this move after the twin terror attacks in the Hiranagar/Samba sector, which is around 200 km from the international border in Jammu. Pakistan opposed the proposal to build and then they wrote to United Nations Security Council in 2015 accusing India of converting

  • Government now caps prices on medical stents

    Manufacturers and the distributers have withdrawn the latest generation cardiac stents from hospitals in the name of re-labelling, thereby creating an artificial shortage. There are reports of shortages of stents in hospitals after the government reduced their prices by up to 85 per cent by capping rates of bare metal stents at Rs 7,260 and drug- eluting ones at Rs 29,600 on February 13. After the initial wave of relief, the cap on prices

  • Top 5 political controversies that shook Indian Universities, you must know about!

    The top Indian universities have produced some of the finest people in the country, people who have contributed so much to the country. However, in the recent past the top universities of India have been in the news a lot more than they would have liked to, and maybe for all the wrong reasons. The top renowned universities of India, in last couple of years or so have been protesting against the central government

  • Mumbai: Raj Thackeray’s son Amit Thackeray rubbishes rumours of lung cancer

    Mumbai: A rumour is buzz about Amit Thackeray, son of Mahrashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray being diagnosed with lung cancer, and, he is admitted in the hospital. According to report, Thackeray arrived late night from the events stating that he has been shuttling between hospital and home since last eight days because his son Amit Thackeray is hospitalised. The reports also added that his voice appeared to be mellow.

  • BMC Election: Here is a list of electoral candidates of BMC polls 2017

    Mumbai: For a city that has dismal turnout in most elections, the State Election Commission (SEC) hopes there will be more people coming out to vote this time around but before you go out there and vote, you need to know who is your candidate and so here is a list of all the candidates standing for elections in 227 wards.

  • In Pictures: Katrina Kaif, Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and others hit the limelight at Neil Nitin Mukesh wedding reception in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Neil Nitin Mukesh and Ruknimi Sahay tied the knot with a grand affair in Udaipur on Febraury 9. Neil Nitin Mukesh had thrown a lavish wedding reception at J W Marriott Hotel in Mumbai Yesterday night. The newly wed couple dressed in green and were looking dashing with antique embroidery which they colour co-ordinated. Neil looked regal in a dark green and white jodhpuri suit and wife Rukmini grab eyes of

  • BMC Elections: Mumbai restaurants to offer discounts on voting day

    Mumbai: Going out to vote for the February 21 civic elections promises to be a rewarding culinary experience for Mumbaikars.  In a unique initiative, over 7,000 restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars will offer their patrons special discounts or freebies if they show the indelible mark on their fingers as proof of having voted, a top official said here on Friday.

  • Birthday Special: Sajid Nadiadwala untold love story

    Sajid Nadiadwala was born on 18th February 1966 in Mumbai. A kick producer celebrating 51st birthday today. A producer made his debut in 1992 from the film ‘Julm Ki Hukumat’. After he produced most of the super hit film like Baaghi, Dishoom, Houseful, Tamasha, Phantom, 2 States, and many more.

  • Bhopal: Kin carry body on foot for 5km

    BHOPAL: Family members had to carry a body after wrapping it in bed sheets to their village from Primary Health Centre (PHC), Behri as there was not anybody carrying van available.

  • Bhopal: Bouncers beat women during Akshay Kumar film shooting

    BHOPAL/HOSHANGABAD: Bouncers beat up women and roughly pushed them back in Hoshangabad on Friday, when they reached the Sethani Ghat to see the shooting of superstar Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’ on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Behind padlocked main gate, Kamalnath’s political ambitions

    BHOPAL: Congress may not have launched its chief ministerial face for the 2018 assembly elections in the state but former Union minister Kamalnath has begun his preparations. To ensure that the preparations remain secret, Kamalnath has got his government bungalow, 9, Civil Lines, Shyamla Hills locked. Kamalnath will be coming on February 22 morning to see the progress of work in this bungalow.