Free Press Journal
  • Army major who tied man to jeep in Kashmir awarded

    New Delhi: An Army Major, who had tied a Kashmiri man to a jeep in Kashmir, has been awarded by Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat for his ‘sustained efforts’ in counter- insurgency operations.

  • Trump’s Saudi summit was ‘show with no value’: Iran’s Rouhani

    Tehran: Iran’s newly re-elected President Hassan Rouhani today dismissed his US counterpart Donald Trump’s summit with Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia this weekend as “just a show”. “The gathering in Saudi Arabia was just a show with no practical or political value of any kind,” Rouhani said at a press conference.

  • Bloom is waiting for the right superhero film

    He has played eccentric characters like a pirate and an elf in movies, but strangely Orlando Bloom is yet to don a superhero suit and the actor says he is ready to tackle the genre provided it is the right kind of role.

  • Deepika Padukone gets a thumbs up from Lady Gaga

    She is India’s style icon and now she is being recognised globally for her fashion choices. Deepika Padukone who recently slayed at the 70th Cannes festival has garnered immense appreciation globally for her stunning appearance in a green Brandon Maxwell gown on the red carpet.

  • ‘Resident Evil’ reboot in the works

    Los Angeles: Constantin Film, which owns rights to the “Resident Evil” franchise and has produced all the installments of the action-horror movie series, is developing its reboot. The German film production company’s board chairman Martin Moszkowicz confirmed at Cannes Film Festival that there would be more “Resident Evil” movie to come, reported AceShowbiz.

  • Heat not an issue for Meri Durga cast

    The summer heat wave is here and shooting outdoors during the day is takes a toll on our telly actor. But the unit of Meri Durga is doing this have tackled the heat without any fuss.

  • Best wishes from grandpa Deol!

    Continuing the Deol legacy, Sunny Deol announced the launch of his son Karan’s debut movie “Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas”.

  • A booze party turns ugly, construction worker beaten to death

    A booze party turned nightmare for construction worker, when he was beaten to death and his friend is seriously injured. A 33-year-old worker was beaten to death in Mira Road Sheetal nagar area at 10.30 pm by his colleagues.

  • What about consent in virtual reality porn?

    London: According to a recent study, popularity of virtual reality pornography could cause a blurred line between real life and fantasy. As reported by the Independent, scientists at Newcastle University found that VR porn could make some of the more degrading and abusive elements found in some pornography seem more “real”.

  • A new ‘ styrofoam’ planet found

    Washington: Researchers have discovered a new giant planet orbiting an extremely bright star 320 light years from Earth that has the density of styrofoam. This “puffy planet” outside our solar system may hold opportunities for testing atmospheres that will be useful when assessing future planets for signs of life, researchers said.

  • Pakistani players not welcome for Pro Kabaddi League: Govt

    New Delhi: The government today made it clear that it will not allow Pakistani players to compete in the Pro Kabaddi League, slated for next month, unless the neighbouring country stops “sponsoring terrorism”.

  • Instagram is terrible for the state of Mind

    New York: Now, this might dishearten all the Instagrammers out there! A new report by the Royal Society for Public Health in the UK says that Instagram, the image-saturated app with over 700 million users worldwide, takes a major toll on the youth people’s mental health, most notably among young women.

  • Would have finished trial in 2-3 months, says Sheena Bora case judge after transfer

    Mumbai: “Co-operate with the new judge, take care of your health and finish the trial fast” — this was the special CBI judge’s parting advise to the three accused in the sensational Sheena Bora murder trial here after he informed them about his transfer. Special Judge H S Mahajan, who has been transferred to Aurangabad sessions court, said that had he continued in the case, he would have finished the trial in

  • 25 Indian doctors stranded in China to return Tuesday

    Beijing: Twenty-five Indian doctors and their families, stuck in a hotel in China’s Shenzhen city after their travel agent failed to pay the Chinese tour operator, will travel to India on Tuesday.

  • Yeddyurappa under fire for eating ‘hotel food’ at Dalit’s house

    Tumakuru: State Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Chief B.S. Yeddyurappa is once against amidst a brewing controversy over claims of promoting untouchability, as he had a meal at a Dalit’s home that was allegedly prepared and brought to him from a nearby hotel.