Free Press Journal
  • Presidential Election 2017: No Bhagwat, then MS Swaminathan says Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: Virtually snubbed by the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) over its candidate Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat for the post of President, the Shiv Sena on Friday threw up the name of agro-scientist M.S. Swaminathan for the top job.

  • Badshah Khan: Accused turned approver in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case

    Badshah Khan, the accused turned approver in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, is the one who helped the prosecution nail the guilty. Though the wounds of the serial blasts would never get completely healed but TADA court’s hearing gave us some relief. Today, June 16, 2017, the court convicted Abu Salem, Mustafa Dossa, Feroz Khan, Karimullah Shaikh, Tahir Merchant and Riyaz Siddiqui and acquitted Abdul Qayyum. Though Badshah Khan played a key role

  • Army opens fire as vehicle jumps checkpost, 2 civilians injured

    Srinagar: Two civilians were injured today when army personnel opened fire on their vehicle after it did not stop at a check-point in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, police said. A naka party of army’s 14 Rashtriya Rifles signaled them to stop their vehicle at a check-point in Check Reshipora area of the district, a police official said.

  • Indian-origin teen dies in Malaysia after brutal assault by bullies

    Kuala Lumpur: An Indian-origin teenager in Malaysia, who aspired to be like composer A R Rahman, has died after he was brutally assaulted allegedly by five youths for being effeminate, sparking outrage about increasing incidents of bullying in the country.

  • Connaught Place 9th most expensive office market in world; Mumbai lags

    Mumbai: The nation’s financial capital continues to slip on office rentals as Connaught Place in the heart of the national capital continues to remain the most expensive markets in the country and the 9th costliest in the world, says a report.

  • Photos: BJP president Amit Shah pays tribute to Shivaji, Veer Savarkar in Mumbai

    BJP president Amit Shah has stepped in Mumbai and he was welcomed with tremendous BJP supporters from airport. From airport BJP president left for Shivaji Park to offer floral tributes to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, Veer Savarkar and Bal Thackeray. He was accompanied with Mharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, BJP State president Raosaheb Danve and BJP Mumbai president Ashish Shelar.

  • Just like the common man! Pictures of Bollywood stars minus celeb airs

    The craze of Bollywood is worldwide and they have a huge impact on common people. We think that they just roam in their luxurious vehicles. But sometimes, they are just like us, not exactly but in some way. At the end of the day, they are also humans. We have seen Dabangg Salman Khan many a times roaming in auto-rickshaw and his father Salim Khan walking on Bandstand.

  • Why Kapil Sharma will be missing from Sony this Sunday

    Just when ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ was getting back on track after its TRPs went for a toss, ‘Super Night With Tubelight’ happened. And when it comes to choosing between Kapil Sharma and Salman Khan with Sunil Grover together, the answer is obvious. The channel Sony too made a choice and clearly, it was Salman, Sunil and his gang who topped their list of priority. Probably this is why they decided to

  • Champions Trophy 2017: Aamer Sohail accuses Pak of fixing their matches in their favour

    Lahore: Former star batsman Aamer Sohail has alleged that Pakistan resorted to match-fixing during their run to the final of the ongoing Champions Trophy cricket tournament. Pakistan had started their campaign on a disastrous note with a 124-run defeat to arch-rivals India, but consecutive wins over Sri Lanka and formidable South Africa in the rest of their matches in Group B saw them qualify for the semi-finals.