Free Press Journal
  • BookMyBai imposes ban on Bollywood celebs over alleged misbehaviour

    Anupam Sinhal, co-founder of BookMyBai, informed that their company has banned providing service to Bollywood celebrities across the country. The decision was taken on Saturday, and Sinhal put up a blog post over the same. He stated that the ban was imposed over alleged misbehaviour of employees with the maids.

  • IPL 2017: I still have a lot more to offer: Chris Gayle

    Rajkot: West Indies swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle, who is feeling privileged to become the first batsman to score 10,000 T20 runs, has insisted that he still has a lot more to offer to the fans and would like to get a few more thousand runs under his belt.

  • Delhi Police issues look out notice against Dinakaran

    New Delhi: The Delhi Police have issued a look out notice against ousted All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader TTV Dinakaran and the immigration department has been informed about the same.

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    Mumbai youth creates Snapchat spoof ‘SlapChat’ and it’s hilarious!

    After Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel allegedly termed India as a ‘poor country’ earlier this week, patriotism invoked in all the Indian Snapchat users. Thousands of miffed users uninstalled the multimedia mobile app dropping the rating to ‘one-star’. And soon #boycottsnapchat started trending on Twitter with people criticizing the app and the founder.

  • Mentioned Temples, Gurudwaras too: Sonu Nigam clarifies Azaan tweet

    New Delhi: After being trolled mercilessly for his controversial Twitter rant against ‘azaan,’ Sonu Nigam finally opened up on the issue, saying, “When I am talking about Loudspeakers, I did mention Temples and Gurudwaras too.” The ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ singer, yesterday, took to his Twitter handle to explain his earlier tweets where he spoke about the problems in waking up to the early morning Azaan.

  • Chris Gayle becomes first cricketer to score 10,000 runs in T20

    Rajkot: Swashbuckling West Indian batsman Chris Gayle today became the first cricketer to score 10,000 runs in T20 cricket during the IPL match between his side Royal Challengers Bangalore and Gujarat Lions here.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick fires Real Madrid into semis

    Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo scored a controversial hat-trick to become the first man to reach 100 Champions League goals as Real Madrid overcame 10-man Bayern Munich 4-2 after extra time in a thrilling quarter-final second leg.

  • Government was committed from day one on Mallya’s arrest: BJP

    New Delhi: Asserting that the government of India left no stone unturned in trying to arrest liquor baron Vijay Mallya, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday said it was committed from day one in the matter.

  • Dinakaran calls meeting of MLAs post ouster from AIADMK

    Chennai: After ouster from the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), T.T.V. Dinakaran on Wednesday called for a meeting of MLAs and District Secretaries at party headquarter in Royapettah this afternoon at 3 p.m.

  • AIADMK factions’ merger could checkmate Sasikala

    Politics is indeed a game of strange bedfellows. The V. K. Sasikala and O. Panneerselvam factions of the AIADMK which were at daggers drawn only a while ago are now seriously contemplating a merger after purportedly proposing to jettison V. K. Sasikala, the controversial jailed aide of the late J. Jayalalithaa and Sasikala’s favourite nephew T.T.V. Dinakaran who is in all sorts of trouble with the CBI.

  • Trinamool in a bind on FIR against leaders

    The CBI’s filing of an FIR against 13 persons, including senior leaders of West Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress, in the Narada sting footage case is a huge blow to TMC and a shot in the arm for the BJP which has been waging a high-stakes political battle against it.

  • Bhopal: No school for students till Class 8

    BHOPAL: Bhopal district administration has ordered all schools to close down Class 1 to 8 and amend the school timings of Class 9 to 12 with all periods ending by 11 am till further orders, keeping in view the rising summer heat.

  • Why 8 per cent GDP growth will be a challenge

    GROWTH can be of two kinds —one, that translates into numbers and the second which creates jobs. Much of India’s growth in the recent past has been jobless growth. India badly needs labour-intensive growth that will create jobs for one million people who reach the employment age each month. That’s a pretty daunting task for any government, though.

  • Family planning: How many is too many?

    FERTILITY is a touchy-feely area, in which no one wants the state to intervene, but expects the state to handle the outcomes of irresponsible reproduction.

  • Supreme Court upholds HC decision: Appointmentby Digvijaya Singh incorrect

    BHOPAL: The threat of losing their jobs is looming large over thousands of state government employees who were appointed to various posts during CM Digvijaya Singh’s tenure with the Supreme Court, on Tuesday, upholding a Jabalpur HC judgment, validating the dismissal of Arun Tiwari, who was appointed to Vidhan Sabha Secretariat during Singh’s tenure (1993-2003). The SC concurred with the view of the HC that the ‘appointment was irregular’.

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    More takers, less donors for liver

    Mumbai : Despite the state government spreading awareness every year regarding the liver transplantation across the state, 382 liver transplant cases are pending across Maharashtra out of which 207 cases are in Mumbai. According to the doctors, the reason for pending cases is the less number of donor and lack of awareness among the people.