Free Press Journal
  • Singapore Open 2017: Sindhu, Marin to renew rivalry in quarters

    Singapore: Ace Indian shuttler and Rio Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu will aim to book her place in the semi-finals of the Singapore Open Superseries tournament when she once again takes on World No. 3 Carolina Marin here later today.

  • WikiLeaks a hostile agency helped by Russia: CIA chief

    Washington: New CIA Director Mike Pompeo has termed whistle-blower collective WikiLeaks, whose leaking of classified documents have embarrassed the US, a “non-state hostile intelligence” agency which is often helped by Russia.

  • Coachella memorable looks

    Coachella: 10 most memorable outfits from the past

    Coachella is upon us, and it is the best time to take a look back at the best looks from the past. It is probably the best dressed music festival where attendees spend time not only on listening music but also on perfecting the looks. From Alessandra Ambrosio’s super model look to Daisy Lowe’s floral print look, we compile the most iconic Coachella looks spotted on celebrities.

  • I-T dept launches ‘Op Clean Money’-II; to probe 60,000 people

    New Delhi: The Income Tax department will investigate over 60,000 individuals under the second phase of the ‘Operation Clean Money’ which was launched today with an aim to detect black money generation post demonetisation.

  • SHOCKING: Angry locals stall the shooting of Ranbir Kapoor starrer Sanjay Dutt biopic

    We all know Ranbir Kapoor has begun the next schedule of Rajkumar Hirani’s upcoming film which is based on the life of Sanjay Dutt. The new pictures of Ranbir Kapoor’s look from the film went viral on social media like storm on Wednesday evening. The uncanny resemblance between Ranbir Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt soon became the talk of the town. Ranbir Kapoor was spotted shooting in the suburbs of Mumbai on Wednesday

  • Salman Khan starrer Tubelight’s teaser to release this month

    Kabir Khan recently made an announcement that has left Salman Khan fans enthralled. While Tubelight has been garnering attention since its inception, now the filmmaker has revealed the release date of its teaser and it will be this month! The short glimpse of Tubelight is said to release by the end of April, whereas the trailer will hit the tube in May.

  • Theft at Hema Malini's godown, police suspect servant

    Shocker! Maharashtra legislator calls Hema Malini ‘bumper drinker’

    Nanded: Independent legislator in Maharashtra, Omprakash Babarao alias Bachhu Kadu, raked up a controversy here on Thursday by alleging that actress and Bharatiya Janata Party star MP Hema Malini is a “bumper drinker”. Objecting to comments by some people linking alcoholism with farmland suicides in the states, Kadu said it is erroneous to relate the two.

  • Former Hyderabad techie held for ‘live streaming’ sex with unsuspecting wife

    Hyderabad: A 33-year-old former software engineer was arrested by Cyberabad Police here last week for allegedly live streaming sexual acts with his wife, without her knowledge, on a porn site for money, police said today. The accused, a resident of Jeedimetla in the city, had been allegedly live streaming videos recorded through his laptop’s webcam, which was positioned in his bedroom.

  • Touching: Dog in Mumbai sacrifices life to save owner from killer

    Mumbai: She had adopted the stray puppy, named him Lucky and given the dog a caring home. On April 9, Lucky repaid the love and care by sacrificing his life to save his owner, 26-year-old Sumati, from a killer. The police have arrested the accused, 21-year-old Venkatesh Chellappa Devendra under Section 429 (mischief by killing or maiming cattle) of the IPC.

  • Indore: Trucks carrying procured wheat flouting rules

    NASRULLAGANJ: Trucks transporting wheat procured by the government at MSP from the purchase centres to the godowns are violating all rules and regulations with impunity. In many cases, they are carrying loads up to twice their capacity.

  • Bhopal: ‘Women woefully unaware of their rights’

    BHOPAL: From extra marital affairs to family disputes, the cases coming at the Family Counselling Centre at Mahila Thana are no less than a movie script. From accusing husband on fake allegations to denial of husband to accept wife, a glimpse at the cases being handled by the centre shows how uninformed society is about the laws.

  • 37,915 techies exit Infosys; hiring dips 65 per cent

    Bengaluru: A whopping 37,915 engineers left software major Infosys while its hiring plunged 65 per cent in fiscal 2016-17 thanks to increasing automation and thrust on artificial intelligence in its operations and projects.

  • Ramesh Agarwal cremated in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: Ramesh Agarwal, late chairman of Dainik Bhaskar Group of Newspapers was cremated at Bhadbhadha crematorium here on Thursday. Agarwal had passed away at Ahmedabad on Wednesday after suffering a massive heart attack at the airport.