Free Press Journal
  • Singer musician Chris Cornell of Audioslave dies at the age of 52

    Lead singer of the bands Soundgarden and later Audioslave ‘Chris Cornell’, has died at age 52, his representative in a statement to the Associated Press, said, Cornell died on Wednesday night in Detroit. Bumbery called the death “sudden and unexpected” and said his wife and family were shocked. The statement said the family would be working closely with the medical examiner to determine the cause, and asked for privacy.

  • Watch trailer of Shab: Raveena wows with her dark side

    Director Onir is all set for his upcoming movie Shab , Shab trailer is out and it speaks about aspiration, ambition, integrity, passion, infidelity, deceit and life’s struggle in a chaotic race to achieve success and live the dreams. Trailer beautifully describe the life of people how they live in society by sacrificing emotions. The film, that deals with multiple relationships and their dysfunction ability, Ashish Bisht is seen playing a central

  • Reema Lagoo’s demise: ‘Naamkarann’ team cancels shoot

    New Delhi: Daily soap ‘Naamkaran’, which featured late actress Reema Lagoo as antagonist Dayawanti Mehta, cancelled shoot for a day, soon after they received the news of the sudden demise of their co-star.

  • Pak rejects Musharraf’s conditions for his high treason trial

    Islamabad: Pakistan has rejected former military ruler Pervez Musharraf’s demands of military security and safe passage to Dubai to face his high treason trial, saying an “absconder” cannot give conditions and “dictate his prerequisites” to the court. The federal government yesterday told a three-member special court that being an absconder for high treason, 73- year-old Musharraf cannot seek any relief until he surrenders before the court which is trying him in the

  • Mumbai, Muslim women board, All India Muslim Women Personal Law Board , AIMWPLB, Triple Talaq Bill, changes in Triple Talaq Bill, Rajya Sabha

    Muslim women can opt out of triple talaq, AIMPLB tells SC

    New Delhi: The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Thursday informed the Supreme Court that it has decided to issue an advisory to Qazis to give an option to Muslim women to opt out of instant triple talaq before giving consent for nikaah.

  • ‘Android O’ beta released, Android OS now on 2 bn active devices

    New Delhi: Affirming its dominance in the tech world with announcing beta version of “Android O” operating system, Google is celebrating the milestone of reaching two billion monthly active Android devices globally. On the first day of its annual I/O conference at its Mountain View headquarters in San Francisco late on Wendesday, Google said “Android O” — that will be released later this year — would bring more fluid experiences to the

  • Mallika Sherawat sports Georges Hobeika gown at Cannes

    Cannes: With subtle curls and minimal make-up with a tinge of cherry lips, Indian actress Mallika Sherawat looked ravishing in an embellished ivory trailed gown by Lebanese fashion designer Georges Hobeika at the opening night of the Cannes Film Festival.

  • Subarata Roy skip SEBI court trial on medical grounds

    New Delhi: Sahara chief Subrata Roy on Thursday did not appear before the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) court after filing an exemption application on medical grounds.

  • Volvo Cars to start assembly operations in India this year

    New Delhi: Swedish luxury car maker Volvo Cars on Thursday announced plans to start vehicle assembly operations in India this year. The assembly operations will be located near Bengaluru and focus on models based on Volvo’s SPA modular vehicle architecture, Volvo Cars said in a statement. The company will make use of Volvo Group India’s existing infrastructure and production licences near Bengaluru, it said without disclosing further contract and financial details. It

  • Australia to send back non-refugee asylum seekers

    Canberra: Australian authorities will repatriate asylum-seekers who are found not to be refugees in the Manus Island detention centre this year, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton confirmed on Thursday. “There will be some who’ve been found not be refugees…They are economic migrants essentially, not refugees by any stretch of the imagination, they have to go back home. They have to go back to their country of origin,” The Australian daily quoted Dutton as

  • Alert granny spots eye cancer of baby brave heart

    New Delhi: A vigilant grandmother noticed a white cat’s eye in her 15-day-old granddaughter Sampada and brought her to Delhi from Nepal for treatment. Sampada, whose mother had eye cancer which was detected late, leading to loss of vision, is now being treated at Dr Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital and getting chemotherapy at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital with funding support from the National Society for Change for Childhood Cancer in India — Cankids