Free Press Journal
  • Holi Pictures: When ‘Naagin’ Adaa Khan dance with Jamai Raja!

    And TV’s Holi event is a star-studded and colorful event every year. This year we get to see the sexy ‘Naagin 2’ actress Adaa Khan dancing on the beats with  Handsome ‘Jamai Raja’ Ravi Dubey. Adaa is seen in a gorgeous lehenga with a western touch of orange shades and Ravi in his modern yet desi look and the unique pair rocked the stage. Ravi and Adaa’s performance is going to be a full package

  • In Pictures: TV celebrities celebrates the festival of colours ‘Holi’ in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Television actors enjoy a Holi festival with lots of colours, and dance in Mumbai. From Jyotsna Chandola and her hubby Nitesh, Ridheema Tiwari, Salil ankola wife Ria and Juhi Parmar, Sandip Sickand, Mrunal Jain with wife, and others were seen in pictures, were all about spreading joy, good cheers, and enjoying the colours of festival in their own unique way.

  • Love of Mr Perfectionist: Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao’s love story

    Bollywood actor Aamir Khan turns 52 on March 14. On his birthday Mr. Perfectionist surprised his fans with his new look and also a cover photoshoot for Hindustan Times magazine ” Brunch”. In the pictures, you can see, Aamir wearing a Breaking Bad t-shirt, he is still hugely young at heart with his piercing chocolate eyes masked by a black and white presentation, the cover line reads tongue-in-cheek.

  • Bollywood action director Rohit Shetty turns 43 today; watch most entertainment dialogue from his movies

    Bollywood action director of Bollywood Rohit Shetty turns 43 year-old today, Rohit Shetty has given big directorial blockbuster movies like Singham, Golmaal and many more. Talking about his personal life he is a son of the late vilan and fightmaster M. B. Shetty who was knows best in his work. Rohit Shetty love cars and we can see through his movies, the man who gave action and comedy a new turn in

  • Banks must not play with depositors’ loyalties

    POST liberalisation, the share of voice of banks in the media has increased and can be seen at work every time there is an almost concerted demand for lowering of interest rates, supported often by industry. Simultaneously, the voice of depositors has weakened. This tilting of the balance signals a deeper malaise which if not checked in time will lead to the trampling of the rights of individuals who cannot stand up to the

  • Note ban blitz misled opposition in UP

    FROM November 8, 2016 onwards, the adverse media reports on the effects of demonetisation on the ordinary people prompted the principal opposition parties to create a make-believe world. It was their belief that the Prime Minister had shot himself in the foot that triggered a set of alliances, ostensibly based on the Bihar model of opposition unity.

  • With Goa clinched, BJP now set on Manipur

    With the BJP managing to garner majority support in a swift and decisive thrust, Goa Governor Mridula Sinha has formally appointed Manohar Parrikar as chief minister with a direction to him to prove his majority on the floor of the Assembly in 15 days. Despite emerging as the second largest party behind Congress in a fractured mandate, the BJP pulled off a coup by enlisting the support of three members each of the Goa

  • Mumbai: Bollywood EDM festival draws large crowds on the occasion of Holi

    Mumbai: With a view to bring the fervour of Bollywood coupled with a touch of Electronic Dance Music (EDM), Bollyboom music event brought alive the festival of Holi on Monday. The event hosted by the organisers of Sunburn which is India’s well-known EDM fest witnessed a footfall of over 2500 at Hotel Tulip Star at Juhu in Vile Parle (east).

  • Mumbai: Shiv Sena corporators lobby for improvement, BEST panels

    Mumbai: After easily gaining the Mayor and Standing Committee chairman posts, the Shiv Sena is now eyeing two other important Committees in the civic body. The Sena is now keen to head the Improvement and Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) committees.

  • Mumbai plays by book with fewer traffic violations on Holi

    Mumbai: A total of 4,648 traffic violators were prosecuted by the Mumbai Traffic Police on the day of Holi on Monday. The number is half of violations recorded in last Holi, wherein 8,102 violators were prosecuted by the Traffic department.

  • Thane: Lying idle ‘world class’ sports complex already in mess!

    Mira-Bhayander: Still waiting to be thrown open for sports lovers, budding players and local citizens, the sports complex in Bhayandar which stands completed for the past more than three years is a testimony to the manner in which public funds are going down the drain.

  • Pak shelling disrupts cross-border travel

    Jammu : The Poonch-based cross-border Trade Facilitation Centre was damaged and the cross-LoC travel had to be suspended on Monday due to heavy shelling by Pakistan, which triggered a sharp reply from the Indian troops.