Free Press Journal
  • Share your Live Location privately with Messenger

    New York: Facebook Messenger has added a new feature Live Location that lets you share – for an hour within a private direct or group message thread – your real-time location on a map. “Live Location is super helpful when trying to coordinate with friends, telling people how close you are when you’re on your way to an appointment or even sharing where you are with your roommate when you’re on your

  • ‘Raees’ promotion: Summons sent to SRK, Excel Entertainment

    Vadodara: Actor Shah Rukh Khan and co-producer of his movie “Raees”, Excel Entertainment, have been asked to record their statements in connection with the death of a man at Vadodara railway station during the promotion of the film. Fahreed Khan Pathan had died of heart attack on January 23 after he got trapped in the crowd that had turned up at the railway station to catch a glimpse of the actor, who

  • Don’t have faith in machinery conducting by-elections in RK Nagar: AIADMK

    Bengaluru: The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) on Tuesday said it doesn’t have faith in the machinery conducting elections in R.K. Nagar, adding that in the wake of that they have demanded to constitute addition forces.

  • Pak court asks Punjab govt to explain detention of Hafiz Saeed

    Lahore: A Pakistani court has asked the Punjab government to explain under what authority it has detained Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed “without a trial”. A Lahore High Court’s two-judge bench headed by Justice Syed Kazim Raza Shamsi yesterday was hearing a petition of Saeed, his aides – Prof Malik Zafar Iqbal, Abdur Rehman Abid, Qazi Kashif Hussain and Abdullah Ubaid – who had challenged their detention under the anti-terrorism law.

  • Tourism holds the key to stopping migration: Uttarakhand CM

    Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat today said stopping migration from the hills is a must in view of the strategic importance of the state and tourism can play a vital role in putting an end to the exodus from border villages.

  • Ahmed Kathrada

    Indian-origin South African anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada dies today

    Indian origin South African anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada, popularly known as ‘Katty’ and Nelsan Mandela’s closest colleague died today, March 28, at the age of 87. On March 4, 2017, He was admitted in the hospital for a surgery related to blood clotting in the brain. He died in a hospital in Johannesburg following a short illness after the surgery.

  • Android co-founder Andy Rubin reveals the glimpse of bezelless smartphone

    Andy Rubin one of the co-founder of Android in January revealed that his company Essential is working on bezel-less smartphone for its first consumer product launch. Today, Rubin took to Twitter to provide our very first look at (just a tiny corner of) the forthcoming phone. While this one image obviously isn’t a full debut for the device, it does tell us some things that we didn’t know previously. While it could

  • Bipasha

    Bipasha Basu’s new work out video is one everyone can relate to

    There are only a few Bollywood stars who can match Bipasha Basu Singh Grover’s enthusiasm for fitness. She has given us fitness goals time and again with her workout videos on social media, and we love her for her dedication towards her body. Bips is having one. In the video that she shared on her Instagram account, we could see the beauty making all the excuse not to hit the gym.

  • Anonymity on Twitter giving people power to misbehave: Swara Bhaskar

    New Delhi: Celebrities are often trolled online when they express their opinion and actress Swara Bhaskar says the evil of anonymity on social media is responsible for it. Swara says Twitter has just become another street for her, where people can misbehave or pass comments by using the default egg profile.

  • Not in Indian blood to take jokes on themselves: Krushna Abhishek

    New Delhi: Popular comedian and actor Krushna Abhishek, who has been entertaining fans by playing various characters and by mimicking Bollywood celebrities for over a decade now, says one has to be careful while cracking jokes as people tend to get offended.

  • Leaders extend support to TN farmers protesting at Jantar Mantar in Delhi

    New Delhi: Leaders from Tamil Nadu cutting across the political spectrum have offered their support to the state’s farmers who have been protesting at Jantar Mantar for the past 15 days demanding a drought relief package of Rs 40,000 crore from the Centre and farm loan waiver.

  • Snapping of Indo-Pak talks only encourages terrorists: Pak

    Islamabad: Snapping of Indo-Pak peace talks by India due to militant attacks has only benefited the terrorists, Pakistan’s new envoy to the US Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry has said. “Whenever Pakistan and India move towards peace, there is a militant attack and India suspends peace talks. I think it encourages the terrorists,” Chaudhry told BBC Urdu in Washington. Replying to a question about the arrest of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief and Mumbai attack mastermind

  • RSS man who announced bounty on Kerala CM’s head arrested

    Ujjain (MP): RSS activist Kundan Chandrawat, who stirred a hornet’s nest by announcing a bounty of Rs 1 crore for beheading Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, has been arrested, police said today. Chandrawat was arrested yesterday and later produced before the chief judicial magistrate’s court which sent him to judicial custody for a fortnight, they said. In a video that went viral on social media early this month, Chandrawat was purportedly seen

  • IPL 2017: Virat likely to miss RCB’s opening games due to shoulder injury

    Dharamsala: Indian skipper Virat Kohli, who is still recovering from a shoulder injury he sustained during the recently-concluded Test series against Australia, is doubtful for the start of the tenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), beginning April 5.