Free Press Journal
  • Mayawati dares BJP to hold polls using ballot papers

    New Delhi: BSP leader Mayawati today dared BJP to hold assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh using paper ballots if it was confident of the people’s mandate and demanded a law to scrap the use of electronic voting machines (EVMs) in elections.

  • Shiv Sena calls for complete boycott of Pakistan

    Mumbai: Expressing grave concern over the recent episode where two Indian Sufi clerics had disappeared in Pakistan, the Shiv Sena on Tuesday said the Indians and Muslims in the country in particular should isolate Islamabad completely. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that this matter should be thoroughly investigated.

  • OMG! Vidya Balan learns to shoot a rifle in 10 days

    While actors undergo extensive preparations for the roles that they play on screen, it was no different for Vidya Balan who plays a strong protagonist in the forthcoming period drama Begum Jaan. While she plays the madam of a brothel, the film will also see her fighting for her house and family, for which she will even be using rifles.

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    Mumbai: State-government’s free public WiFi will soon start pushing advertisements

    In today’s world, WiFi is not a lifestyle it is a necessity. Well, who doesn’t like high-speed internet? And it feels great when you get that high-speed internet totally free. With the introduction of state-government’s high-speed public internet service, life around us seemed so sorted out. But hold on! Henceforth, you may get advertisements about discounts and offers from local shops around you.

  • Nowruz 2017: Google wishes Happy Nowruz, the Iranian New Year with a colourful Google Doodle

    Google is wishing it’s users a ‘Happy Nowruz’ for 2017 with a colourful Google Doodle. Google Doodle shows butterflies flitting around spring time flowers, including hyancinths and tulips which are often used to decorate the tables during ‘Nowruz’. Users of Google Search in Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and India are being served with the Google Doodle for ‘Nowruz 2017.’

  • SBI to shut down 47% of associate banks’ offices post-merger

    New Delhi, State Bank of India (SBI), which will see five associate banks merge into it on April 1, has decided to shut down almost half the offices of these banks, including the head offices of three of them. This process will start from April 24.

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    I value privacy, says Phillauri actor Anushka Sharma

    New Delhi: Cricketer Virat Kohli shared a romantic Valentine’s Day message with a photograph of Anushka Sharma, and then, on International Women’s Day, he tagged her in a social media post. But the actress has always chosen to stay mum about their bond. She says she values privacy.

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    I may not be welcome in Trump’s America: Stephen Hawking

    New York: British scientist Stephen Hawking had admitting his fear of not being welcome in the United States anymore, with Donald Trump being President. Hawking described President Trump’s election as “a definite swing to a right-wing” and a “more authoritarian approach,” reports CNN quoting his interview with ITV’s Good Morning Britain.

  • Electronics banned from cabin in inbound US flights

    Washington: Airlines that fly from certain countries in the Middle East and Africa to the US must soon require passengers to check in almost all electronic devices rather than carry them into the cabin, a US official has said.

  • Sushant Singh Rajput will seen in Ekta Kapoor next ‘Kedarnath’

    Mumbai: While Sushant Singh Rajput made his Bollywood debut with Abhishek Kapoor aka Gattu’s Kai Po Che, soon there were rumours that Sushant Singh Rajput and his mentor-filmmaker had fallout. There were also speculations about a rift between the actor and TV Czarina Ekta Kapoor, who had given him a role of a lifetime in her TV show Pavitra Rishta. However, putting all of it rest, now buzz is that Sushant will be working with the

  • Uttarakhand High Court accords human status to Ganga, Yamuna

    Nainital, In a landmark judgement, the Uttarakhand High Court today accorded the status of “living human entities” to the Ganga and Yamuna, two of India’s most sacred rivers. Exercising extraordinary jurisdiction vested in the court, a division bench of Justices Rajeev Sharma and Alok Singh of the High Court said, “Holy rivers Ganga and Yamuna have been declared to be treated as a living human entities.”

  • Ousted South Korean president says sorry to people

    Seoul: Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye appeared on Tuesday in the prosecutors’ office to be questioned over an corruption scandal that led to her impeachment earlier this month.  Park said in front of cameras at the Seoul District Prosecutors’ Office, that she was sorry to people, vowing to face an interrogation faithfully, TV footage showed, Xinhua reported.

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    Mumbai: Shiv Sena asks RERA to regulate strict laws for builders who are renaming streets

    Nowadays, in Mumbai we have experienced that the builder lobby have been coining fancy names for the places where their projects are coming up to attract buyers. But the strong builder in state, are going to face strong legal action from the state government, if they rename city’s areas to attract buyers. Builders are renaming the areas such as Parel is written as Upper Worli, Andheri is written as Upper Juhu, Kalanagar

  • Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

    10 quotes by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on her birth anniversary!

    Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi is the founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation. She is honoured by people around the globe for dedicating her entire life to the spiritual ascent of mankind. Her foundation practices and teaches a unique way of yoga called the Sahaja Yoga that begins with self-realization. The meditation is based on self-realization produced by Kundalini awakening. Initially started in Mumbai in 1972 and then in Delhi, Sahaja Yoga trust today is present