Free Press Journal
  • Bihar: Exam postpone, University forgets to print question papers

    After making news for question paper leak ,Bihar once again is in the headlines and this time for not printing question papers. Yes the tragic incident happend with students of postgraduate who could not appear for the exams and the reason for that was question paper was not available. 94 students of the Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University (TMBU) could not write their last paper of the second semester postgraduate Hindi

  • People do try to suppress opinionated people: Sonakshi Sinha

    New Delhi: Actress Sonakshi Sinha says there are people in the film industry who suppress opinionated women and it’s up to those independent individuals to deal with them.When asked if Bollywood is receptive to strong women, who are not afraid to share their views, Sonakshi told PTI, “I am sure that it does exist. There are always people who are trying to show their importance and suppress people who are opinionated.

  • Chant ‘Yogi Yogi’ or leave UP, read hoardings in Meerut

    Meerut: Hoardings declaring that people should chant “Yogi Yogi” if they wanted to live in Uttar Pradesh have been put up across the city purportedly by the district unit of the Hindu Yuva Vahini.

  • SRK teaches ‘Lungi dance’ to Brett Ratner

    San Francisco: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan taught his signature “Lungi dance” step to American filmmaker Brett Ratner, who expressed a desire to direct the actor in a sequel of “Rush Hour” in India here.

  • Singapore Open: It’s Kidambi Srikanth vs B Sai Praneeth in final

    New Delhi: Kidambi Srikanth and Sai Praneeth set up an exciting all-Indian men’s singles final at the Singapore Open Super Series badminton tournament after comfortably winning their semifinal clashes here today. Srikanth, a former World No.3, notched up a 21-13 21-14 win over World No. 26 Anthony Sinisuka Ginting to reach the third Super Series final of his career.

  • Sale of ACs, power back-up devices on the rise : ASSOCHAM

    New Delhi: Owing to the onset of an early summer this year, the sale of Air conditioner (ACs), inverters, generators and air coolers shot up, with an estimated 35 to 45 percent increase in demand as compared to last year, an ASSOCHAM survey revealed.

  • Afghan ‘mother of all bombs’ toll rises to 94

    Kabul: The death toll of Islamic State (IS) militants killed when the US military dropped a massive GBU-43 bomb or the “mother of all bombs” in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province has risen to 94, a Kabul official said on Saturday.

  • Richa Chadda, Ali Fazal, and Siddharth Bhardwaj at IIFA voting Weekend Festival

    Mumbai: Today is a second day of IIFA Voting Weekend festival, which started on Friday at J.W. Marriott in Mumbai. The three-days weekend started on April 14 and will end on April 16. At the IIFA Voting Weekend, members of the Indian Film Industry show their support to IIFA as they come forward to vote for their peers.

  • Suspended Windies cricketer Andre Russell to start new innings on different pitch

    West Indian cricketer Andre Russell who played for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League last year, is currently busy making his name in another field: music. The star cricketer is taking music lessons from Dwayne Bravo. Russell has signed a deal with LA-based Venus Entertainment Group which had launched the international careers of Bravo and Hindi musician Arko for a Hinglish club song. Russell will soon shoot the video of the

  • Empty vessels make the most noise: Parrikar on Pakistan

    Panaji: Former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today dismissed Pakistan as an empty vessel making noise and said the neighbouring country is up to something or the other to remain engaged. His comments come against the backdrop of the death sentence given by a Pakistani military court to Kulbhushan Jadhav, a former Indian Navy official.

  • Bhuvan Arora in Nagesh Kukunoor’s web series ‘The Test case’

    Actor Bhuvan Arora, will be seen in Nagesh Kukunoor’s web series titled ‘The Test case’. Before, he was seen in ‘Shuddh Desi Romance’ and ‘Naam Shabana’. The show also featured Nimrat Kaur, Atul Kulkarni, Rahul Dev and Juhi Chawla.

  • IPL 2017: Battle for supremacy as Kolkata face Hyderabad

    Kolkata: Buoyant Kolkata Knight Riders will look to continue their winning momentum when they face defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League here today.

  • Terrorism one of gravest threats to religious freedom: Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has said that terrorism is one of the gravest threats to religious freedom around the world and hoped for a “better tomorrow” when people of all faiths, including Hindus, can worship according to their conscience. In his weekly radio and web address, he said the US has cherished the freedom of worship “from the very beginning”.