Free Press Journal
  • Maha Cong chief attacks Uddhav Thackeray over SGST bill

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee president Ashok Chavan today criticised Uddhav Thackeray for red-flagging certain provisions of the draft State Goods and Services Tax (SGST) bill though the Shiv Sena had earlier welcomed the passage of the GST bill in Lok Sabha.

  • Bindra, Bhagwat vent ire after shooters detained at IGI

    New Delhi: The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) drew flak from veteran shooters Abhinav Bindra and Anjali Bhagwat after a dozen members of the Indian shooting squad were detained at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport for more than 13 hours as the customs department did not clear their weapons.

  • Twin bombings in Thailand injure 58

    Bangkok: At least 58 people were injured on Tuesday in two successive explosions at a shopping mall in southern Thailand’s Pattani province, officials said.

  • Gal Gadot won’t back out from fighting for good

    “Wonder Woman” actress Gal Gadot may play an otherworldly warrior, but in real life, she is not a fighter. However, she says she won’t back out from fighting for good.”I don’t enjoy conflict in my life,” the actress told Marie Claire magazine for its June cover story, reports”Unlike Wonder Woman, I’m not a fighter (but) I will fight for good.”

  • RGV very misunderstood as a person, says Ronit Roy

    Ronit Roy says filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who has directed him in “Sarkar 3”, is misunderstood as a person. Talking about Varma, Ronit said: “He is an enigma by himself. So it took me two, three days to understand the man that he is. Once I understood him, (I knew) he is great person, director… As a person, he is very misunderstood I must say.”

  • Pull & Push like Alia Bhatt

    It seems like Alia Bhatt is in love with the ‘shape’ of herself. The 24-year-old actress took to Instagram and shared a boomerang video of her sweating it out at the gym. She captioned the video, “Pull & Push #yasminsbodyimage.”

  • Stop bullying, urges Ileana D’Cruz

    Ileana D’Cruz has urged everyone to stop bullying and hating.Ileana took to Instagram, where she reposted a video which delves on bullying and name calling. “Stop bullying. Stop the hate. If you have nothing nice to say, then say nothing. She’s beautiful… Bullying needs to stop,” Ileana captioned the image.

  • Getting into dad’s suit & sunglasses

    Actor Siddhant Kapoor will be seen teaming up with sister Shraddha Kapoor for the very first time in ApoorvaLakhia’s upcoming film ‘Haseena’, which is based on the life of Dawood’s sister HaseenaParkar and Siddhant will be seen playing Dawood while Shraddha will play Haseena.

  • Actor-cum-philanthropist Rahul Bose takes up the fight against sexual abuse of children 

    We all know him for his stellar performances in movies like Mr & Mrs Iyer, Chameli, Jhankar Beats, and more, and Rahul Bose recently proved his filmmaking mettle with his gritty and powerful directorial venture Poorna. The actor-filmmaker conveyed the story with much conviction which garnered him appreciation from his audience and critics alike.

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    Aditi Rao Hydari says lack of talent won’t bring long term success

    Actress Aditi Rao Hydari believes power playing is prevalent everywhere, but in the long run, it doesn’t work if a person lacks the talent. “There is power playing in every industry. However, everyone should be clear about their goals and missions and have a continuous desire to learn. You are never above your art,” Aditi said during an event.

  • Your Italian love: Can pizza be healthy?

    Even healthy pizzas deliver a good amount of sodium from tomato sauce and cheese, so if you are watching your salt intake, you should eat with caution

  • Would you like to eat on touchscreen table?

     With the new technology dubbed Electrick, conductive touch surfaces can be created by applying conductive paints, bulk plastics or carbon-loaded films among other materials

  • New violins sound better than Stradivarius

    Move over Stradivarius! Despite the lofty reputation of the antique violins crafted by Italian masters, listeners prefer the newer musical instruments, scientists have found. The study adds to the long-running debate over which violins best project sound. Stradivarius violins were made in the 17th and 18th centuries. Today, the instruments often fetch millions of dollars.

  • Rare pages found from UK’s first book

    London: Two incredibly rare pages of one of the first books printed in England, dating back to the 15th century, have been discovered in the UK. The pages printed by William Caxton, the first person to introduce a printing press to England, are valued at more than 100,000 pounds.

  • Halftime full fun!

    Percy, a four-year-old Chihuahua, practices for the half time entertainment before the game between the Golden State Warriors and the Utah Jazz in Game Four of the Western Conference Semi-finals during the 2017 NBA Playoffs at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah.

  • Cow vigilantism: Don’t take law into own hands, warns Yogi Adityanath

    Meerut: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who is facing criticism from all quarters in connection with law and order situation in the state especially over the loss of lives at the hands of cow vigilantes, urged people not to act in haste but take the help of law to fight crime.

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    Pune techie rape and murder case: Death penalty to all 3 accused

    Almost eight years after the brutal gang rape and murder of software engineer Nayana Pujari, a sessions court in Pune awarded death sentence to all the three accused. However, the fourth was released as he turned approver. The court has found the accused guilty on Monday, seven years after the brutal incident. The victim was working with an IT company in Pune and was a resident of Katraj. On the evening of October 7,

  • Indian shooting team detained at New Delhi Airport

    New Delhi: The national shooting team were on Tuesday detained at New Delhi’s IGI Airport after they refused to clear their guns with the customs, informed Abhinav Bindra, the country’s lone individual Olympic gold medallist, on Twitter.