Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai businessman drowns in Dubai sea while trying to save a dog

    A 41-year-old businessman from Mumbai’s lokhandwala lost his life while trying to save a drowning dog from the sea off the coast of Dubai. He didn’t think twice before jumping to the dog’s rescue. But tragically, he couldn’t made it out alive and by all accounts, neither did the dog. Nitin Shenoy, a resident of Lokhandwala, Andheri (W), was the founder of the IT company, Tejora Technologies Limited. He frequently went to

  • Nirbhaya gang-rape case: Supreme Court to deliver verdict today

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today deliver the much-awaited verdict in the December 16 Nirbhaya gang rape at around 2 p.m. The matter is being heard by the apex court bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra and consisting of Justices R. Banumathi and Ashok Bhushan.

  • Akhilesh spent Rs 21.15 lakh to save Yadav Singh: RTI

    Lucknow: The Samajwadi Party (SP) government had paid a whopping Rs 21.15 lakh to different senior lawyers of the Supreme Court to avoid CBI enquiry against tainted Noida Chief Engineer Yadav Singh, accused of amassing crores of rupees through illegal activities.

  • Delhi: Grenade found in Red Fort well, removed

    New Delhi, A grenade inside a well of Delhi’s iconic Red Fort sparked security concerns before it was removed safely on Friday morning, police said.

  • US lawmakers, Sikhs hail FIBA decision to lift ban on headgear

    Washington: Top American lawmakers and the Sikh-Americans have hailed the basketball governing body FIBA for reversing a controversial ban on religious headgear, which would allow professional players to play wearing the turban and the hijab during competition.

  • UN owes India $55 mn for peacekeeping operations

    United Nations: The UN owes India $55 million for its participation in peacekeeping operations, which is more than the annual mandatory dues paid by New Delhi in 2016 to the world body.

  • Australia to sell ‘Kesar’ variety of Indian mangoes for first time

    Melbourne, For the first time, Australia will sell ‘Kesar’ variety of Indian mangoes with the inaugural consignment of nearly 400 trays landing in Sydney, but marketing firms called it a “little disappointing” as the fruit was a little blemish and not evenly coloured.

  • Salman’s ‘Tubelight’ has jolting replications with Hollywood’s ‘Little boy’: Watch here

    Kabir Khan released the teaser of his much-awaited movie ‘Tubelight’ starring Salman Khan in the lead. His fans are loving the first teaser where we can see Salman as a man whose mind is too young for his age. It was a short yet sweet teaser where in the end you will realise that this Kabir Khan-Salman Khan film is inspired by Hollywood film ‘Little Boy’ that was released in 2015.

  • Rishina Kandhari

    Rishina Kandhari slays the summer like a boss in this pool picture

    Rishina Kandhari, who is currently essaying the role of begum in ‘Akhbar Rakt Se Takht Tak’ is always seen donning an ethnic wear. She is a fitness freak and is usually seen working out on the sets, jogging on the beach or swimming. Recently, the actress has shared a pool picture where she is seen in a animal printed bikini with her husband. We say, she is beating the heat in a perfect way.

  • Maharashtra RERA authorities to take action against corrupt officials

    The most dominant industry in the country–the real estate sector– has finally going to under radar of Regulatory Authority. After years of waiting, finally there is a ray of hope for helpless home-buyers in the country in the form of RERA (Real Estate Regulation and Development Act), which became effective May 1, 2017. The Maharashtra RERA authorities have one trick saved under its sleeve, the regulatory body will now also be watching

  • IPL 2017: Corey Anderson takes jaws dropping catch to dismiss Dinesh Karthik

    In what looked like the catch of the season, Delhi Daredevil’s Corey Anderson took a single-handed a stunning catch to draw awe from the stadium as well as thousands around watching the match against the Gujarat Lions. While Pat Cummins bowled a slower to Dinesh karthik, Anderson stayed calm, moved back and waited to take a jaw-dropping catch with his strong hand just looks unbelievable. Gujarat Lions were cruising to a

  • Clinton to launch anti-Trump resistance

    Washington, Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will soon launch a political organisation aimed at funding “resistance” groups that will stand up to President Donald Trump, the media reported.

  • 500 foreign nationals to appear in JEE exam; 6 international exam centres to be set up

    Around 500 foreign player have been registered for JEE (Advanced) 2017 exams for admissions to the IITs compared to 19 last year. For the first time, the test to get admission in India’s premier engineering institutions will be conducted in six countries which includes Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangaldesh, Singapora, Ethiopia and the UAE. These cities had hosted the exams last year as well. This year too, around 21% of 2.2 lakh candidate

  • Aadhar card

    Aadhaar or passport number may become mandatory for domestic flights

    New Delhi: The Centre on Friday will announce a draft rule for a ‘no-fly list’ for unruly passengers in the aftermath of the debacle surrounding Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who assaulted an Air India staffer onboard a plane.