Free Press Journal
  • Sushant Singh Rajput turns spy for Romeo Akbar Walter or RAW

    Sushant Singh Rajput is riding a success wave ever since MS Dhoni: The Untold Story. Sushant who has Raabta, Drive and Chanda Mama Door Ke in his kitty has now signed yet another interesting film is titled ‘Romeo Akbar Walter or ‘RAW’. Sushant Singh Rajput took to Twitter to announce his upcoming film ‘Romeo Akbar Walter or ‘RAW’. All signs say that Sushant will play a spy in the film, Sushant wrote on social

  • Shaun Tait announces retirement from all forms of cricket

    Melbourne: Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, thus ending his illustrious 15-year career at the competitive level.

  • Video: Anupam Kher gifts his mother her Dream House in Shimla

    Veteran actor Anupam Kher gifted his mother her dream home in Shimla. The actor, who grew up in Himachal Pradesh, said he always wanted to own a property in Shimla as this is where he has spent all of his childhood.

  • It’s a Haasan life! 

    Actress Akshara Haasan speaks to Manasi Y Mastakar about Bollywood, being a star kid, father Kamal Haasan and more… 

  • GST to affect BMC’s Rs 7000 crore octroi annual revenue income from 1st July

    As per the Centre’s directions the goods and services tax (GST) will come in effect from 1st July, so Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will discontinue its octroi from then and till then BMC will set only monthly octroi targets. On 29 March, BMC will reveal its budget for the financial year 2017-18.

  • Manish Wadhwa’s tryst with history!

    The actor speaks to Mamta Sonar about playing Balaji Vishwanath and Chanakya on the small screen and more…


    Offended Pamela Anderson storms off set after seeing an old photo

    Actress Pamela Anderson reportedly stormed off the set of TV show Celebrity Juice after host Keith Lemon embarrassed her by showing an old school photograph of her. According to Lemon, Anderson grabbed her faux fur stole and left the set without saying goodbye, reports

  • Sidharth Malhotra has no plans of producing films

    Sidharth Malhotra says he is satisfied with the kinds of roles he is getting in Bollywood and has no plans to become a producer anytime soon. “You become a producer when you feel that the stories that you’re getting are not the ones that you want to do. So, this has not happened with me. I’m pretty happy with all the scripts that I have got,” Sidharth said when asked about his

  • Air India will take action against Kapil Sharma

    Mumbai: According to reports, Air India will take action against comedian Kapil Sharma after it was reports that he misbehave with crew member and a passengers on an Melbourne flight. Air India stated that it will take strict action against the same.

  • teenagers-studying

    How to choose a right career- The right choice!

    It is a dilemma that plagues thousands of class 10 students every year. Knowledge looks at the reasons why students choose their stream – arts, science or commerce, to help those who are still confused this year

  • Doping test

    Sensible to make doping by athletes a criminal offence

    The Centre’s plan to make doping by athletes a criminal offence in sync with laws that govern the usage of narcotics is sensible and in tune with needs. That a proposed legislation to this effect is on the anvil and has been cleared by the sports ministry is a step forward. Under the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) code, athletes caught doping face a four-year ban for the first offence and eight-year ban for the

  • New US healthcare policy falls flat

    The first major legislative initiative of US President Donald Trump since taking office on January 20—the overhaul of the country’s healthcare system—has failed abjectly with a section of his own Republican partymen ditching him in conjunction with the Democrats. The embarrassment is particularly great because it had been a major election campaign promise of the President in which he had taken on his predecessor Barack Obama in no uncertain terms. Indeed, Obama’s signature domestic

  • Shiv Sena must let the Chappal take its own course

    While most of us are fretting and fuming over the whacking that the Air India official got, one can’t help wondering what happened to the poor Chappal. The 25 incessant blows — somebody was obviously keeping a meticulous count — must have robbed the nondescript slipper of all its dignity.

  • Poor-rich divide and “new India”

    For all those who argued that the woes of demonetisation would spell disaster for the BJP in the assembly elections, the message is clear. The Prime Minister and his party have emerged unscathed by a measure that in the eyes of many an economist was poorly conceived, badly executed and certainly would not cure the ills it claimed to address. Of course, demonetisation was not the only issue before the people. But if they

  • Everything is possible in this war

    All is not well in Maharashtra politics and the partners in the state power – Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena – are any indication. The sharp differences between the BJP and the Sena are loud and clear and it proves that it’s a matter of any mild tremor and the alliance will fell apart. On the other hand, the behavour of Shiv Sena Law-maker Ravindra Gaekwad has brought utter shame not only

  • Thane: Police crack whip on Kashimira stunt bikers

    Thane: Sleuths of the Thane (rural) police have finally cracked the whip on those involved in high-speed racing and using their modified bikes to perform other dangerous stunts on roads.

  • Bhopal: 60,581 infants died in nine years in SNCU

    BHOPAL: Even as government continues to make lofty claims about better health services in the State, but if one goes by the data, not much has improved as Madhya Pradesh continues to be one of the states registering highest Infant Mortality Rate in the country.