Free Press Journal
  • President Putin ready to provide records of Trump-Lavrov talks

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said he can provide the U. S. Congress with the full transcript of the talks between U.S. President Donald Trump and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, to dispel the “political schizophrenia” around the allegations that state secrets were leaked.

  • Tough to prioritise work and maintain steady relationship: Arjun Kapoor

    Mumbai: Actor Arjun Kapoor says it is difficult for him to maintain a balance between his work and his personal life.  “I have always prioritised my work. It is not easy to give priority to work and be in a steady relationship. In my life I have given more time for making my work base stronger and hence could not give time to relationships. But at a right time, someone will come,”

  • Jaitley, Jethmalani clash in High Court in defamation case

    New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and senior advocate Ram Jethmalani on Wednesday clashed in the Delhi High Court with the Minister taking strong objection to the word “crook” used by the lawyer during cross examination in the defamation case filed against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

  • Rajinikanth welcome to join BJP: H Raja

    New Delhi: Amid speculation over Tamil superstar Rajinikanth joining politics, a BJP national secretary today said he is a “popular” personality and is welcome to join the saffron party. H Raja, who hails from Tamil Nadu, said the actor has to first make up his mind about joining politics when asked if the BJP will approach him.

  • UK landlord faces legal action for ban on Indian tenants

    London: A 69-year-old British landlord who instructed agents not to let his properties to people from India and Pakistan is facing legal action, UK’s human rights watchdog said today. Fergus Wilson, one of the UK’s biggest buy-to-let landlords, banned “coloured” people from renting his properties as they cooked curry and left behind lingering smell.

  • I have married on screen 14 to 15 times: Eijaz Khan

    The hunky actor Eijaz Khan, who stars as the lead in the popular show Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaage produced by Saba MUmtaz and Rahul Kumar Tewary recently got married on the show. Talking about it, he says, “This is not the first time I got married on screen. I’ve been married a total of 14 or 15 times. See, most of the marriages on television are the highlights of the show,

  • Yoga guru Ramdev meets Raj Thackeray in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Yoga guru Ramdev today met Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray at his residence here. Though it was not known what they discussed during the meeting, Thackeray hailed Ramdev as “the biggest global evangelist of the Hindu traditions of yoga and ayurveda.” The MNS leader also lauded Ramdev’s efforts to promote yoga and also ayurveda globally, through his FMCG firm Patanjali Ayurved Ltd.

  • Haryana girls end hunger strike after getting school upgraded

    Rewari (Haryana): A group of girl students, who were on a hunger strike for a week to demand upgradation of the government school in their village to Class 12, ended their fast on Wednesday after the Haryana government acceded to their demand.

  • Pawni Pandey honoured to judge ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs’

    Singer Pawni Pandey says she is honoured to be on the judges’ panel of singing based reality TV show “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs”. Pandey, who shot to fame with “Laila” from “Raees”, is all set to now become one of the judges of the jury panel of the singing reality show where she once was a contestant. “It’s very honouring to be part of that panel,” Pandey said in

  • Marriage on the cards for Lopez and Rodriguez?

    Things are getting serious between pop diva Jennifer Lopez and boyfriend Alex Rodrigues as they have already started discussing marriage.  The duo, who have only been dating since early March, are having some pretty serious talks about their future, reported E! online.

  • Taylor Swift dating Joe Alwyn?

    Singer Taylor Swift has been reportedly dating actor Joe Alwyn for months.The “Bad Blood” hitmaker has been wearing a wig to keep her relationship with Alwyn a secret, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

  • PC shoots for Andy Cohen’s show

    Indian actress Priyanka Chopra will appear on the “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” American talk show. Priyanka on Wednesday took to Instagram, where she shared a photograph of herself looking out through a window of a car. “Back to my NYC…Mumbai-NYC-Africa-LA-Miami-NYC in 15 days! Phew… Another two weeks of many time zones coming up. Watch me live on ‘Watch What Happens live’ Tonight! ‘Baywatch’ May 25,” Priyanka captioned the image.

  • It gets real for Sachin

    Thousands of cricket fans in the country have been awaiting their favourite cricketer journey on the big screen. So to give his fans the authentic feel,  Sachin: A Billion dreams documentary was shot on real location.

  • Sushant Singh Rajput learns a lesson

    Recently actor Sushant Singh Rajput was who has had a meteoric rise was caught in a row for his high handedness with fans. A fortnight ago it was reported that Sushant, who was out on a midnight drive in his new car, was chased down by fans who requested him for a selfie but instead of obliging to their request he had his building security rough up the fans.

  • TimesNow files complaint against Republic TV of IPR infringement

    Mumbai: The Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd (BCCL), which owns TimesNow TV channel, has lodged a police complaint against new rival channel Republic TV alleging infringement of Intellectual Property Rights and other charges, a spokesperson said here on Wednesday.

  • Going beyond Germany, trying to help other countries to deal with paedophilia

    Dr. Klaus M Beier was in India in March 2017 (http://bit.ly/2pBWCh1). He is a full professor at the Charité, the University Hospital of Berlin, which is the biggest University Clinic of Europe. In 2005, he initiated the ‘Prevention Project Dunkelfeld’ (at the beginning funded by the Volkswagen Stiftung and since 2008 also aided by governmental funds) which works on strategies to prevent child sexual abuse and the use of child abuse images.