Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Woman threatens to commit suicide, leaves cops in tizzy

    On Friday afternoon at RAK Marg police station (Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg Police Station), everything was going as per routine. Suddenly, there was panic in the police station as everyone watched a TV sitcom-like situation. Apparently, a 30-year-old law graduate, Priyanka Jethalal Maru, was standing on a ledge of an under construction building in Wadala, and threatened to jump off from the building.

  • Is adult star Monica Castelino joining ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’?

    After the famous comedians Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar and Chandan Prabhakar walked out after the mid-air fight with Kapil, ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ (TKSS) is on a spare of hiring talents. Falling TRPs, steal jokes and even plagiarism allegations have come the way of the show which was once number one on rating chart. According to a DNA report, a new entrant has joined Kapil’s show and it is former adult film

  • Death count marches upward to 38 amid Venezuela unrest

    Caracas: The number killed in Venezuela amid mounting political unrest rose to 38, as opposition leaders reported that dozens of officers had been detained for refusing to repress protesters.

  • Nirbhaya verdict: Priyanka Chopra proud of Indian judiciary

    Mumbai: Priyanka Chopra has penned an emotionally touching note after the Supreme Court confirmed the death sentences of all four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang- rape case. The Indian actress says she is “proud” of the justice system.

  • I have always appreciated and admired Katrina, says Deepika

    Mumbai: Actress Deepika Padukone has said the compliments Katrina Kaif gave her, for her look in the song from “Raabta”, makes her feel good. Deepika, 31, says she has always admired Katrina for her hardwork and dedication.

  • Anyone can become anything: Rahman on turning director

    New Delhi: Actors turning singers; directors turning composers; composers turning actors- this has been the latest trend in the film industry. Music maestro A.R. Rahman is the latest addition to the list!

  • Resolving the bad loans challenge…

    Cabinet approved promulgation of an ordinance to amend the Banking Regulation Act, specifically section 35A in a move towards resolution of the NPA crisis facing public sector banks. Indian banks are suffering from stressed assets and incurred considerable losses due to mounting bad loans. Banks pressurized under stressed assets are not able to perform their banking functions of lending effectively. The credit growth of the banking sector has exhibited a reduction partly due to

  • Dear Maya Trailer: Lonely Manisha Koirala in search of love

    Manish Koirala is back doing what she does best, playing interesting characters onscreen. Manisha is making a comeback in films with Sunaina Bhatnagar’s Dear Maya. The film has been shot quietly without many knowing about it. The movie sees Manisha as a lonely middle-aged woman who refrains from stepping out from her house until she receives a love letter.

  • Dulquer Salmaan blessed with baby girl, Mammootty becomes grandfather

    The heartthrob of Mollywood, Dulquer Salmaan, who has won the hearts of many in Kollywood, has been blessed with a baby girl. Moreover, the news comes in on the same day as the release of his film Comrade In America. But the big news is, this makes his father, the Malayalam superstar Mammootty a grandfather.

  • Nirbhaya-Protest

    Nirbhaya gang rape: Timeline of the case

    Five years after a 23-year-old paramedical student was brutally raped in Delhi by six men in a moving bus that ultimately led to her death, the Supreme Court on Friday brought some sort of closure to the case by confirming the death sentence awarded to four of them — one was tried under juvenile laws and another committed suicide in jail — by the trial court and confirmed later by the high court.

  • Nirbhaya-Protest

    Politicos hail Supreme Court judgement in Nirbhaya case

    New Delhi/ Mumbai: The leaders of different political parties have hailed the Supreme Court decision to uphold the death sentence awarded to the rapists and murderers of Nirbhaya. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Shaina NC said that no lesser punishment could have provided justice to Nirbhaya.

  • Ensure security to civic officials during demolition: Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: Observing that there is a lack of co-ordination between the Mumbai Police and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the Bombay High Court on Friday directed the Additional Chief Secretary (Home) to conduct a meeting between officials of the civic body and police force.

  • Steel Policy and industry booster

    On back of rapid industrial development, India has become the 3rd largest steel producer globally contributing about 2% of the country’s GDP with production of 91.9 MT and a capacity of 122 MT in FY16. Production crossed the 100 million tonnes mark in FY17.