Free Press Journal
  • Video: Shah Rukh’s daughter, Suhana handles media frenzy with grace

    It isn’t easy being a celebrity given the fact that you are always under media scrutiny. While most people would wonder what could be tougher than that, we guess being a celebrity kid is something that qualifies under this.

  • CR to install 76 water vending machines at all its stations

    Mumbai: With a view to further improve availability of potable and affordable drinking water for passengers, the Central Railway has started installing 76 water vending machines (WVMs) at all its stations.

  • Suicide bomber blows himself up as Saudis foil Mecca plot

    Riyadh: A suicide bomber blew himself up near the Grand Mosque in Mecca as police disrupted a plot to target the holiest site in Islam just as the fasting month of Ramadan ends, Saudi security forces said today.

  • These hilarious Twitter reactions to ‘Tubelight’ are absolute delight

    The much-awaited Salman Khan-starrer ‘Tubelight’ is finally in theatres. With most of his blockbusters released during Eid, movie buffs, as well as his fans, were quite excited to get their dose of entertainment. However, it looks like this Salman film has failed to create enough magic on the silver screen.

  • Office of profit case: EC rejects AAP’s plea

    New Delhi: In a setback to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the Election Commission (EC) has rejected pleas of 21 party legislators, who were appointed Parliamentary Secretaries, to drop the “office of profit” case against them.

  • Protest marches in Darjeeling as shutdown enters 10th day

    Darjeeling (WB): Protesters marched through the streets in several places today as the indefinite shutdown in the Darjeeling hills entered its tenth day with GJM chief Bimal Gurung threatening to intensify the agitation for a separate state.

  • SIT to probe J&K cop lynching case, 3 more arrested

    Srinagar: A special investigation team (SIT) was formed on Saturday to expedite the probe into the lynching of Deputy Superintendent of Police Muhammad Ayub Pandit, even as three more persons were arrested, a Jammu and Kashmir Police spokesman said.  Pandit was lynched by a mob here on Thursday night outside the Jamia Masjid while he was on duty.

  • Facebook to release app for video creators

    New York: With an aim to empower its creator community, Facebook has announced that it is planning to launch a new app just for them later this year.

  • Mortal remains of soldier Sandeep Jadhav brought to his village

    Aurangabad: The mortal remains of army soldier Sandeep Jadhav, who lost his life in an attack by the Pakistan Border Action Team (BAT) a couple of days ago, was brought to his village in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad district on Saturday for his last rites.

  • Has Virat Kohli been unfairly targeted over Anil Kumble resignation saga?

    Indian cricket is in the news for all the wrong reasons, and it has nothing to do with on field performance, but it is largely on the front pages of newspapers for off-field developments. Anil Kumble, former Indian captain and head coach created a massive furore, resigned on Tuesday as in his words his position had become ‘untenable’. Kumble has been receiving support left, right and centre and inversely Virat Kohli, captain