Free Press Journal
  • Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively to adopt?

    Los Angeles: Hollywood star couple Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are reportedly hoping to expand their family by adopting a baby. The pair got married in September 2012 and have two daughters – James and Ines, reported Hollywood Life. “Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are already talking about baby No. 3, but they’re not planning on doing it the old fashioned way,” a source said.

  • Pakistan newspaper posed us as RAW agents, reveals Sufi cleric

    New Delhi: Giving hint towards Pakistan’s conspiracy to convict innocent Indians, one of the Sufi clerics, who had gone missing in Pakistan, on Monday revealed that one of the papers in the neighbouring country had printed false news of them being Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agents.

  • Bani Ishq Da Kalma fame actor Adhvik Mahajan will be seen in Meri Durga!

    Actor Adhvik Mahajan, who was last seen as a lead actor on the show Bani Ishq da Kalma on Colors is returning with the series Meri Durga produced by Paperback films (Ravindra Gautam and Pradeep Kumar). He has replaced Vishal Bhardwaj who was replaced after one  scene in one episode as he couldn’t match the requirement of the character.

  • Nach Baliye is a pretty feather to our love story, says Aashka Goradia

    Actress Aashka Goradia and her fiancé Brent Goble are all set to dance to each other’s tunes on the couple dance reality show Nach Baliye. Brent was in the US sorting out his visas and received a grand welcome yesterday morning when he landed back in India.

  • Airbnb launches ‘Trips’ platform in India

    New Delhi: Community-driven hospitality company Airbnb has launched its ‘Trips’ platform in India, giving a chance to customers to book specially curated local experiences. Brian Chesky, co-founder and CEO of the online platform, announced its launch with a fashion show by designers Shantanu and Nikhil here on Sunday night.

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    PFC commits Rs 9000 cr to power units in Tamil Nadu

    New Delhi: State-owned Power Finance Corp today said it has sanctioned Rs 9,128 crore in financial assistance to power units in Tamil Nadu. PFC said in a statement that it has sanctioned “a term Loan of Rs 5,474 crore to ‘Tamil Nadu Generation & Distribution Corporation Ltd’ (TANGEDCO) for setting up 2×800 mw, coal-based ‘UPPUR TPS’ using super-critical technology in Ramanathapuram District and for renovation, modernisation and uprating of Sholayar Power House-I

  • Mumbai: Now vote, to get admission into Degree colleges from next year

    Mumbai: The Mumbai University circulated a notice that if your name is in the voter list then only can you can get admission for Degree colleges. Admission procedures happen online, when you apply for admission with your application the voter list can also be checked by the Mumbai University. If your name is not registered as a voters then you application will be rejected.

  • India, Pakistan hold Indus Water Commission talks

    Islamabad: Officials from India and Pakistan discussed problems relating to Indus Basin at the two-day Indus Water Commission meeting which began here today after a gap of nearly two years.

  • Have put my heart and soul into ‘Viceroy’s House’: Huma Qureshi

    Mumbai: Actress Huma Qureshi is making her international debut with Gurinder Chadha’s “Viceroy’s House” and says she has put her heart and soul in the “moving” tale of the India-Pakistan partition. Directed by British-Indian Gurinder Chaddha “Viceroy’s House” set in 1947 revolves around the story of Partition and the human impact due to it. “It is a very special film which has taken a lot from me… I have put my heart

  • Clerics back from Pakistan, deny reports of detention

    New Delhi: Two Indian clerics who reportedly went missing in Pakistan returned to Delhi on Monday, rubbishing Pakistani media reports that they were detained there on spying charges.  Syed Asif Ali Nizami and his nephew Nazim Ali Nizami, both clerics of Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah, landed at the airport on Monday morning and went home.

  • Reliance Communications-Aircel deal gets CCI’s nod

    New Delhi: Reliance Communications today said it has received approval of the Competition Commission of India (CCI) for the demerger of its wireless division into Aircel Ltd and Dishnet Wireless Ltd.

  • 10 Things to know about Vodafone India-Idea Cellular merger deal

    Vodafone India and Idea Cellular have finalised a merger deal, creating India’s largest telecom company. In one of the most competitive markets in the world, Reliance Jio, upon its arrival, completely changed it. This forced telecom giants Vodafone India and Aditya Birla group firm Idea Cellular to merge in order to thrive and compete. Together they have created the country’s largest telecom service provider which can boast of a customer base of more than

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    State gives power to self certifying only ground plus one projects to architects

    Following the pressure from the Central government and World Bank for improving its ranking in Ease of Doing Business (EDB), Maharashtra government speeded up the construction permissions process, which brought doubts in the real estate industry. But after that in its latest notification state urban development department has given rights to self-certify and approve their own projects rather than rushing to the civic body.