Free Press Journal
  • At least 22 dead as fire ravages youth shelter in Guatemala

    San Jose Pinula: The trouble started with a mass escape. Dozens of teens held in an overcrowded state-run shelter on the outskirts of Guatemala’s capital flooded through the gates Tuesday evening, most only to be caught and locked down in their dorms.

  • Now Paytm to charge 2% fee if you use credit card to recharge your wallet: Find out why

    Paytm will now charge you 2% fee on recharge your wallet using credit card, no charges will be applicable on money transferred using debit cards or net banking. This move from Paytm comes in the wake of number of incidents of misuse of the facilities provided by Paytm are on the rise. People were misusing the medium by using credit cards to fill up the wallet and then transferring that money back into their

  • Mumbai: BJP extended support to ‘extortionist’ Shiv Sena to save its govt, says NCP

    Mumbai: A day after Shiv Sena’s Mahadeshwar was elected as the next mayor of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the National Congress Party (NCP) on Thursday dubbed the Uddhav Thackeray-led party as extortionist and asserted that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has surrendered to save its government in Maharashtra.

  • Hope to see breakthrough on GST: PM Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: Looking forward to a healthy debate in the second part of Budget Session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today expressed confidence that the much-awaited legislations related to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be passed this time.

  • Alibaba Group’s UCWeb Inc launches We-Media Reward Plan 2.0

    New Delhi: Leading the user-generated content ecosystem in India, Alibaba Group’s UCWeb Inc has announced the launch of We-Media Reward Plan 2.0, a self-creating content platform in India with an initial investment of 50 Million INR. The internet major is investing 2 Billion INR for driving content distribution in India over the next 2 years. UCWeb’s content distribution platform UC News, launched in June 2016, has registered a new milestone by becoming one of

  • Kangana Ranaut stands upto Karan Johar, says “I was playing a Badass card, not victim card or woman card”

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut reacts to Karan Johar’s statement that she “plays the victim and woman card, and, also said she plays every card possible”. Kangana said to Mumbai Mirror, “I can’t speak for Karan Johar’s understanding of nepotism. If he thinks that it is restricted to nephews, daughters and cousins, I have nothing to say. But, to say that he chose not to give me work is to mock me as

  • Vidya wonders why not many films made on women and partition

    Mumbai: Vidya Balan is stepping into the shoes of a woman torn between India-Pakistan in her next “Begum Jaan” and the actress says the film will bring out an interesting story revolving around women during Partition.

  • Hindu woman axed to death in Pakistan

    Islamabad: A woman from the Hindu community was axed to death in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, a media report said on Thursday.

  • Kashmiri’s who glorify terrorists should learn from Saifullah’s father: BJP

    New Delhi: Appreciating the step taken by the father of Saifullah, the ISIS terror accused killed in an operation in Lucknow, by not accepting his son’s body, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that extremist elements in Kashmir should take lessons from the former rather than glorifying a terrorist.

  • After ‘Being in Touch’ app, Salman to launch a Smartphone called ‘Being Smart’

    Amidst business ventures that he started as an entrepreneur under the brand name ‘Being Human’, Salman Khan has now decided to branch out by launching a series of smart phones. According to the sources, the ‘Sultan’ star has been toying with the idea for the past couple of years and now he is dialling a raft of investors for his Smartphone venture in which he may take a majority shareholding directly or through his

  • Aurangabad_obesity surgery

    School teacher from Aurangabad starts a crowd-funding campaign to fund her obesity surgery

    After Eman Ahmed, the heaviest woman in the world from Egypt weighing 500 kg landing in Mumbai for her weight reduction treatment. Here comes another depressing story of a school teacher from Aurangabad. 38-year-old Zeenath Kausar Khan is suffering from morbid obesity and weighs over 148 kg. The Aurangabad-based woman has started a crowd-funding campaign and has managed to raise Rs 5,000 through it.