Free Press Journal
  • Ex-Bigg Boss contestant Diandra Soares takes an ‘unnatural’ dig at Katrina Kaif

    Super model and ex-Bigg Boss contestant Diandra Soares recently took a dig at Katrina Kaif. The outspoken model has commented on Katrina’s recent picture by claiming she is unnatural. Diandra recently wrote an open letter, using Katrina’s recent image, on the hypocritical beauty standards women are subjected to. She wrote –

  • Hardik Patel arrested on way to Mandsaur to meet farmers

    Neemuch: Quota stir leader Hardik Patel was today arrested in Neemuch district of Madhya Pradesh when he was heading to Mandsaur to meet the kin of the farmers killed in police firing last week. Patel was arrested from Nayagaon in Neemuch to prevent the commission of cognisable offences, City Superintendent of Police Abhishek Diwan said.

  • Tejas Express: Leaves Goa three hours late, still reaches Mumbai a minute early

    On Sunday, the state-of-the-art ‘Tejas Express’ arrived a minute ahead of schedule despite facing a three-hour delay in Goa, leaving commuter’s at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in surprise. The luxury train was delayed on the account of an empty coach from Mumbai pulling in late into the Karmali station in Goa, the Hindustan Times reported.

  • Mumbai rains: 2 days into monsoon, BMC has already received 50 complaints of trees falling

    Mumbai: It’s only been two days that it is raining and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has received 54 complaints of either trees or branches falling. According to the officials of the BMC they had trimmed around 60,000 tress before the rains started, even then the number of complaints BMC has received is surprising.

  • Baadshaho poster: Ajay Devgn’s ‘badass in bandana’ look raises curiosity levels

    After witnessing a sandstorm with cars and trucks flying in the air in the first look poster of Milan Luthria’s film ‘Baadshaho’, now its lead Ajay Devgn has released the second poster of the film where we get a sneak peek into the look of one of its six badasses. The new poster of the film has Ajay’s face covered with a bandana and a gun in each of his hand. With

  • New, incumbent players spar as panel looks into sector’s woes

    New Delhi, New and old telecom operators were again at each other’s throats today with Reliance Jio accusing incumbents of milking the sector using borrowed money while the older players blamed free voice and data offering by the Mukesh Ambani firm for financial woes of the sector.

  • Pakistan fined for slow over-rate, Sarfraz avoids one-match ban

    Cardiff: Pakistan have been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate against Sri Lanka during their last Group B fixture in the ICC Champions Trophy at the Sophia Gardens. Chris Broad of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees imposed the fine after Sarfraz Ahmed’s side was ruled to be one over short of its target when time allowances were taken into consideration.

  • Sulabh chief announces to name Indian village after Trump

    Washington: A top Indian sociologist and social worker has announced to name one Indian village after US President Donald Trump, as part of his efforts to further India-US relationship. “I announce to name one village in India as Trump
    Village,” Sulabh International founder and chief, Bindeshwar Pathak, announced at a community event organized in the
    suburbs of Washington DC.

  • Not against any religion, it’s about national security: US on visa ban

    Washington: The visa ban is about national security and not against any religion, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has said after a US appeals court upheld a decision blocking President Donald Trump’s revised executive order imposing a travel ban on six Muslim-majority nations.