Free Press Journal
  • Akshay Kumar presents the most precious gift to Bollywood stuntmen

    Readers may be aware that Akshay Kumar is closely associated with stunts and his martial arts moves are often a part of his blockbuster action films. Now, the National Award winning superstar has decided to contribute for the benefit of stuntmen. Akshay Kumar has taken a step towards creating insurance schemes for stunt artists.

  • Opposition-backed bandh in Tamil Nadu, Stalin held in Tiruvarur

    Chennai/Tiruvarur: A dawn-to-dusk shutdown called in support of drought-hit farmers is being observed in Tamil Nadu today, with DMK working president M K Stalin courting arrest in the Cauvery delta region of Tiruvaur.

  • Photos: Sofia Hayat has a royal wedding, after all the nun-sense

    Model-turned-actor Sofia Hayat had shocked everyone when she suddenly announced that she has denounced all the worldly pleasures to become a nun. Now, once again she has surprised one and all by getting married to her Romanian beau Vlad Stanescu in a royal wedding ceremony.

  • Mumbai: Thinking she was a ghost, thieves killed senior citizen in Govandi

    The murder case of a senior citizen in Govandi village last month has been cracked and two thieves have been arrested. The thieves had broken into the house of the old woman, thinking that the house is vacant but were shocked and scared when suddenly the old woman started screaming as she was scared.

  • Chocolate could be made from jackfruit seeds: study

    Washington: Jackfruit seeds produce chocolaty aromas and could be a potentially cheap, abundant substitute for making chocolates, say scientists in the light of the looming global cocoa bean shortage.

  • Mumbai: Passengers end up at Kandivali yard as motorman misses destination

    Probably for the first time ever a motorman of Mumbai local trains must have missed the destination of the train. The motorman of a Malad Fast from Churchgate surprisingly did not stop at the final stop at Malad station. The train then went ahead and stopped at the Kandivali yard.

  • Apple iPhone 8 may face two-month delay

    New York: Owing to the complications in adding edge-to-edge screen for their new upgrades, Apple’s iPhone 8 may be delayed up to two months, a media report said.

  • IPL 2017: Rohit Sharma penalised for showing dissent

    Mumbai: Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma has been fined 50 percent of his match fee for breaching the Indian Premier League (IPL) Code of Conduct during his side’s three-run defeat against the Rising Pune Supergiant at the Wankhede Stadium last evening.

  • Beat the heat with bouncy hair, healthy skin

    New Delhi: Summer is the season to let go of elaborate affairs and embrace the easy and natural look. From using UV protectant on hair to using facial blotting paper to soak up the excess oil from skin while stepping out, experts suggests some cool tips to beat the heat and achieve bouncy tresses and flawless skin.

  • Value investments by Indian companies: US on H-1B visa issue

    Washington: The US has said that it greatly values investments by Indian companies and wants to see bilateral business ties remain strong, days after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley raised the issue of tightening of the H-1B visa regime with his American counterpart Steven Mnuchin.

  • Major action on H1-B visa would worry India: CEA

    Washington, Any “serious actions” taken by the Trump Administration on the H-1B visa programme would be a cause of “worry” as a majority of Indian exports in the services sector go to the US, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian has said.

  • Tanmay Bhat’s post on Sachin Tendulkar’s birthday is not funny at all

    Mumbai: On Monday, Sachin Tendulkar celebrated his 44 birthday with his family and the Mumbai Indians team, by cutting a cake at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. While the nation was pouring birthday wishes on Tendulkar, All India Bakchod (AIB) co-founder Tanmay Bhat posted a heartfelt message for the Master Blaster on Facebook.

  • Apple iPhone 8 may face two-month delay

    New York: Owing to the complications in adding edge-to-edge screen for their new upgrades, Apple’s iPhone 8 may be delayed up to two months, a media report said.