Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Muslims attend Jummat-ul-Vida prayer

    Today was the last Friday (Jummat-ul-Vida) of the holy month of Ramdan and majorly all Muslims in Mumbai visited mosque to attain the prayers. Friday prayer has huge importance in Muslims, and this month is Ramdan which makes the Friday prayer more important. Ramdan will get over in next few days.

  • Maha govt enters into agreement with Ola for skill development

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government today entered into an agreement with Ola, under which the cab aggregator will train 20,000 youth to become micro-entrepreneurs in the field of passenger transport in the next five years. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has directed the concerned departments to extend all possible help towards the initiative and present an interim report in the next 3-months.

  • Ship assns in India plan roadshows across the globe for a year

    Mumbai: India’s leading shipping associations have jointly planned a series of roadshows across the globe for a year, to interact with owners of foreign ships and their representatives residing in several countries.

  • Hollywood Walk of Fame 2018 honorees announced

    Actor Ashton Kutcher revealed that he used to do his wife Mila Kunis’ chemistry homework when they co-starred in “That 70’s Show” almost 20 years ago. The 39-year-old actor said he was the “Bad Mom” actress’ first kiss on the period sitcom and it was nothing sort of weird for him, reported FemaleFirst.

  • Nidhhi Agerwal back to college with Tiger

    Newbie Nidhhi Agerwal, who makes her debut with Sabbir Khan’s Munna Michael opposite heartthrob Tiger Shroff, will soon travel to her hometown Bangalore for the promotions of the film.

  • Saif Ali Khan’s ‘Kaalakaandi’ to release on September 8

    Saif Ali Khan is all set to star in dark comedy about six characters from different sections of life who cross paths on a rainy Mumbai night. The movie marks the directorial debut of “Delhi Belly” writer AkshatVerma and besides Saif has an eclectic ensemble of Deepak Dobriyal, Vijay Raz, Kunal Roy Kapoor, Sobhita Dhulipala, Akshay Oberoi, IshaTalwar, Shenaz Treasury, ShivamPatil, AmyraDastur and Neil Bhoopalam. Produced by Cinestaan Film Company and AshiDua

  • Judwaa 2: Varun, Taapsee and Jacqueline Fernandez shoot for the hit song ‘Tan Tana Tan’

    Varun Dhawan, Taapsee Pannu and Jacqueline Fernandez have been non-stop shooting for their upcoming comedy film, ‘Judwaa 2’. The filming began in Mumbai with the second schedule in London. After completing the London schedule, the cast and crew are currently on their last schedule which began in Mumbai again earlier this month.

  • The real reason behind Zhu Zhu’s absence from Tubelight promotions!

    Salman Khan’s Tubelight had hit the screen today and from every where it is getting the mix review. But apart from all this Zhu Zhu’s absence is making news. Zhu Zhu was missing from Tubelight promotions but  Salman brought Matin Rey Tangu for promotions and Salman Khan is leaving no chance to promote his film and is trying every possible way to make Tubelight a super hit.

  • Love story of Sanjay Gandhi and Maneka Gandhi will melt your heart

    Think Indian love stories. And the Gandhi family’s love stories with unexpected twists are must to be mentioned. Today we are going to talk about Sanjay and Maneka Gandhi’s love story. Sanjay, a famous politician of the Nehru-Gandhi family, was born on December 14, 1946 to former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Feroze Gandhi. During 1977-78 he was quite popular and was assumed to succeed his mother. He was also struggling to establish a

  • 5 easy vegetarian dishes to try this Ramzan Eid

    Eid-Ul-Fitr also known as Ramzan Eid or Meethi Eid is one of the most import days for Muslims as the day marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The reason behind people also calling it Meethi Eid is because Muslims welcome the day with something sweet. People come together and enjoy huge feasts that offers an array of dishes like Kebabs, Biryani, Nihari, Seviyan, Phirni, Malpua and more. Though it is hard

  • China still says no to India’s NSG membership

    Beijing: China again said today that there is no change in its stance on the admission of non-NPT states into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), marking India’s chances of entering the elite club at its crucial meeting currently underway in Bern.