Free Press Journal
  • India, Russia to set up $1 bn fund to promote business: Nirmala

    Chennai: India and Russia are setting up a USD 1 billion fund to promote mutual investments in infrastructure and technology projects, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said. Both the countries would contribute USD 500 million to the fund, Sitharaman said while addressing India-Russia Business Forum at the ongoing International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS) here yesterday.

  • Amanda Seyfried, Thomas Sadoski married

    Los Angeles: Thomas Sadoski reveals that he and actress Amanda Seyfried are married. Sadoski drops the major bombshell on “The Late Late Show”, revealing that he and his fiance got hitched in a private ceremony, reported Entertainment Tonight. When host James Corden congratulated Sadoski on his engagement, the actor called Seyfried “my wife” and held up his shiny new wedding band.

  • 13,000 students drop out of UP board exams in Mathura: DM

    Mathura: Around 13,000 students have dropped out from the Uttar Pradesh board examinations for classes 10th and 12th in the district this year, District Magistrate Nitin Bansal said today.

  • Post her stint as a nun, Sofia Hayat is all set to marry

    Sofia Hayat revealed the mysterious man in her life; few weeks ago she posted a picture of her with an engagement ring on her Instagaram account and all the people were curious to know they mystery man. The young good looking gentleman is Vlad Stanescu who’s madly in love with Hayat, so much that the reality show star decided to get engaged within a week of dating her man.

  • Pictures leaked! Akshay Kumar and Radhika Apte seen together in Indore for ‘Padman’

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar’s upcoming films ‘Padman’ pictures are leaked today. In the pictures you can see Akshay and Radhika Apte were riding on a cycle for a shooting of a song in Indore. While Akshay is seen in a white shirt and grey trousers and Radhika looks very pretty in a saree. Radhika plays a role of Akshay Kumar’s wife in the movie.

  • 6 challenges that BJP will face in Uttar Pradesh

    With 200 million people, equivalent to the population of Brazil, but with an economy the size of Qatars — which has 2.4 million people, the same as the town of Bijnore — the new government of Indias most-populous state Uttar Pradesh faces myriad problems.

  • Amal Sehrawat’s do cameo as a Mumbai Gangster in Sarkar 3

    Actor Amal Sherawat doing cameo as a Mumbai Gangster in Ram Gopal Verma upcoming films Sarkar 3. He was last seen as Sangram in Yeh Ristha Kya Kehlata Hai and had done a negative lead role of TK  in Satya 2.

  • Indians don’t steal jobs in US, they create: Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Mumbai: IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Friday said the government had voiced its concern regarding the H1-B visa issue to the US and added that Indians do not steal but create jobs. “We have conveyed our concern at the highest level (US administration) and I hope the American administration should know Indian companies don’t steal jobs. They create jobs for a better India and a better US,” Prasad said at the

  • Calcutta HC orders CBI probe into Narada sting operation

    Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court on Friday ordered the CBI to conduct a preliminary probe into the Narada sting operation in which prominent leaders of the ruling Trinamool Congress were purportedly seen taking wads of currency notes.

  • Digvijaya blames Congress leaders for ‘sabotaging’ Goa elections

    Panaji, Facing flak for his handling of the Goa polls, AICC General Secretary Digvijaya Singh today said his proposal for a pre-poll alliance with Goa Forward was “sabotaged” by his own party leaders. He said had the alliance with Goa Forward gone through, the Congress would have got majority in the state and that it was unfair to now make him a “villain”.

  • Delaware declares April as Sikh Awareness & Appreciation Month

    Dover (Delaware): Delaware State Assembly has passed a resolution to proclaim April as ‘Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month’, amidst increasing hate crime incidents against Indian-Americans particularly the Sikhs in the US.