Free Press Journal
  • Twinkle Khanna shares adorable picture with Nitara. Check it out

    Mumbai: Mrs Funny Bones aka Twinkle Khanna’s cute picture with daughter Nitara is going viral on the Internet. Twinkle, who is currently in London for a family vacation, had posted a picture giving a kiss to a little angel. She captioned the picture, “A moment to hang up on my wall within the museum of myriad memories. #LondonTales.”

  • Retiring Bolt the ‘Ali of Athletics’ – Coe

    Kingston: World athletics chief Sebastian Coe says Usain Bolt will retire as the Muhammad Ali of track and field, hanging up his spikes as the greatest sprinter of all time. Coe was at Kingston’s National Stadium on Saturday to
    watch Bolt run his last race on Jamaican soil before he retires at the World Championships in London. In an interview with AFP yesterday, International Association of Athletics Federations chief Coe said he had been

  • JIT summons Sharif on Jun 15 in Panamagate case

    Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been summoned by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) investigating the high-profile Panamagate case on June 15 to question him about the scandal, the first sitting premier to
    appear before a team probing graft charges. JIT chief Wajid Zia, in a letter dated Saturday, asked the prime minister to appear before the six-member probe team at 11.00 am on June 15 with all documents relevant to the
    case.

  • Melania Trump, son Barron moves into White House

    Washington: US President Donald Trump’s wife Melania, and their youngest son, Barron, have officially moved into the White House, the First Lady’s spokeswoman said.

  • Immense need of pet education at school level, stresses Jacqueline Fernandez

    New Delhi: Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who has joined hands with The Body Shop, as its face, for the first ever campaign of its kind for a global ban on cosmetics animal testing, feels there is need of pet education and animal welfare to be taught at the school level.

  • BJP holds Mamata responsible for ‘forced’ Gorkhaland unrest

    Kolkata/Kharagpur: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday held Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee solely responsible for the ongoing unrest over demands for a separate ‘Gorkhaland’, adding that her ‘meaningless politics’ that has fueled the situation.

  • When Divyanka Tripathi faced one sided love from a fan

    Actress Divyanka Tripathi is a household name and loved for her lovable avatar on screen. Tables have turned as the audience now gets to see the real Divyanka as well as different shades of her in Nach Baliye along with husband Vivek Dahiya.

  • Mumbai monsoon check: Some points to ponder

    Mumbai: As the scorching summer season comes to an end, we all look forward to get some relief from the hot climate and eagerly waiting for the cold showers of monsoon.

  • Mumbai Crime: Columbian national arrested for possession of cocaine worth Rs 36 crore

    Mumbai: A Columbian national was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) for possessing cocaine worth Rs 36 crore from a South Mumbai hotel on Saturday. The Columbian national, Freedy Trujillo Renteria, 32, had stuffed the drugs in 12 packets and had hidden it inside two laptop bags. Renteria had come to Mumbai from Panama via Addis Ababa.

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    Jennifer Lopez has a ladder in her closet

    Los Angeles: American singer and actress Jennifer Lopez has a ladder in her wardrobe, so she can reach her vast array of clothes.

  • Women are trolled all the time, says Richa Chadha

    Mumbai: Actress Richa Chadha, who is known for portraying bold characters in films like “Gangs of Wasseypur” and “Masaan”, says that women are trolled all the time irrespective of the time and situation.

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    Kunal Kapoor: Like to travel within India more than abroad

    New Delhi: A lot of people wish to visit international destination, including during vacations, but actor Kunal Kapoor likes to see different parts of India, which he considers a “special” country, and more attractive.

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    Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi quits, tells the government want to return to private practice

    New Delhi, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi has conveyed to the government that he be relieved from the
    post which he has held for three years. Rohatgi told PTI that he had written to the government last month conveying his wish that he would not like a re-appointment to the post of the country’s top law officer, and wanted to return to private practice.

  • Want to keep a part of my life private, says Kriti Sanon

    New Delhi: At a time when Bollywood celebrities are slowly opening up about their personal issues and relationships, actress Kriti Sanon says she is at ease sharing certain aspects about her personal life in public — while keeping some of it private.

  • Mumbai: After two years, Jogeshwari flyover work resumes

    Mumbai: After two years of stoppage, commuters may soon get to travel on the west to east connecting flyover at Jogeshwari in the western suburbs. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) have decided to construct this flyover together.

  • France’s Macron heads for crushing parliamentary majority

    Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron’s party is on course for an overwhelming parliamentary majority, after first round of voting for the National Assembly left traditional parties in disarray. Projections showed Macron widening his centrist revolution, with his Republique en Marche (Republic on the Move, REM) party and its ally MoDem tipped to win between 400 and 445 seats in the 577-member National Assembly in next Sunday’s second round.

  • “It is important to have aspirations and be motivated”

    Vinay Kumar, MD & CEO – Rao IIT Academy, urges students and parents, while he talks of grooming students into doing well at competitive exams, even as his student toppers at MHT-CET 2017 and JEE Advanced 2017 share their journeys

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    Guru— Swami Vivekananda

    Every soul is destined to be perfect, and every being, in the end, will attain a state of perfection. Whatever we are now is the result of our acts and thoughts in the past; and whatever we shall be in the future will be the result of what we think and do now. But this, the shaping of our own destinies does not preclude our receiving help from outside; nay, in the