Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai Rains: Train delayed on Central, Western line; more heavy rainfall expected

    The monsoon is here, and the main problem during monsoon season is water logging and delayed trains. The island city is the main victim of water logging and traffic jams. Since early morning today, Mumbai’s several locations such as Hindmata, Matunga, Dadar, Sion, Andheri and JVLR, Powai are being flooded with water due heavy rains. The continuous rainfall has affected the railway services of the city, which are said to be running

  • Did Amrita Singh lash out at Saif Ali Khan over comments on Sara’s Bollywood debut?

    Star kids and their parents are currently the hot topic of discussion amongst gossip mongers. B-town parents are nowadays much concerned about their respective kids. After Sridevi, Saif Ali Khan made a comment on his daughter Sara Ali Khan. However, his comment on Sara, apparently made his ex-wife and Sara’s mother, Amrita Singh, angry.

  • Have you seen trap, asks ‘Aksar 2’

    New Delhi: After making quite a buzz in 2006, ‘Aksar’ is back with its sequel, starring Zareen Khan and Gautam Rode.

  • 10 monsoon quotes that will make you fall in love again!

    Monsoon! It’s time for the sweet earthy smell, for the tiny droplets on the window panes, for the thundering sound of the rain and for falling in love once again. It has the power to add beauty to the nature. Everything around is bright, alive and beautiful. If you are thrilled with the gorgeous season you will truly understand the misty cloud, green surrounding and splendid waterfalls. If monsoon is your favorite season here

  • US warns Syria on ‘chemical attack plan’

    Washington: The US says it has identified “potential preparations” for another chemical attack in Syria, and issued a stark warning to the Bashar al-Assad government, a media report said.

  • 70 percent of Pakistan an ideal breeding ground for Jihadis, says Pakistan government statistics

    Islamabad: Poverty statistics of Pakistan for fiscal 2014-15 appear to suggest that at least seventy (70) percent of the country acts as an ideal breeding ground for militants and jihadis. Notwithstanding the fact that the country’s armed forces continue to seek ways to neutralise this threat, the civilian administration has not been able to effectively raise the standard of living of a majority of the people, due it being weakened by more

  • Roger Federer to start 2018 at Hopman Cup in Perth

    Sydney: Swiss great Roger Federer will use the Hopman Cup in Perth as preparation for the defence of his Australian Open title in 2018, mirroring his successful early season build-up this year.

  • Trump hails Supreme Court decision as victory for US security

    Washington: US President Donald Trump hailed the Supreme Court decision to allow the entry into force of some portions of his travel ban denying entry to refugees and citizens of six Muslim-majority nations, saying that it will allow him to “protect” the country. “Today’s unanimous Supreme Court decision is a clear victory for our national security,” Efe news quoted Trump as saying on Monday. “It allows the travel suspension for the six

  • OMG! When Divyanka Tripathi made Vivek Dahiya cry

    Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya’s love story is nothing but a sweet fairy tale. The duo got hitched to each other last year, and has been giving serious goals to their fans. But, recently, Divyanka made husband Vivek cry. Now, isn’t that shocking!

  • UP people feeling cheated in 100 days of Yogi Government: Congress

    New Delhi: As Yogi Adityanath completed 100 days in office as the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister on May 26, the Congress on Tuesday slammed his government for failing to improve the law and order in the state.

  • 5 dead in Delhi slum fire

    New Delhi: Five persons, including a six-year-old girl, have died and four others injured in a fire that broke out in a slum here, the city police said on Tuesday. The fire broke out in a slum cluster in the Okhla Industrial Area around 10 p.m. on Monday.

  • Meghalaya woman shunted out of Delhi Golf Club over traditional dress

    New Delhi: A governess was shunted out of the Delhi Golf Club for wearing a Jainsem, a dress worn by the indigenous Khasi women in Meghalaya, the woman said.  On Sunday, Tailin Lyngdoh had gone to the Club along with her employer Nivedita Barthakur after they were invited for lunch by a member of the Club.

  • US clears sale of Guardian drones to India

    Washington: The US has cleared the sale of predator Guardian drones to India, as President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi pledged today to deepen their defence and security cooperation. The US and India look forward to working together on advanced defence equipment and technology at a level commensurate with that of America’s closest allies and partners, said a joint statement issued after the India US Summit at the White House.

  • Must watch! How Virat Kohli wished Eid Mubarak to all

    Yesterday, Ramzan Eid was celebrated all over the world. On this occasion, many renowned celebs gave their wishes to their fans on the social media. However, India’s top class batsman and ladies heartthrob Virat Kohli wished his fans differently.

  • Bhopal: People unanimously condemn violence over beef

    Bhopal: Just as I respect the cow, so do I respect my fellow men. A man is just as useful as a cow no matter whether he be a Mahomedan or a Hindu. Am I, then, to fight with or kill a Mahomedan in order to save a cow?

  • Khandwali mourns Junaid, wears black bands during Eid namaz

    Khandwali:  As villagers today wore black bands to protest the killing of a Muslim youth onboard a Mathura-bound train, his elder brother, Hashim, struggled to come to terms with the reality that he would be celebrating this Eid without his sibling. Despair hung like a shroud over Khandwali village, lying on the outskirts of the national capital, as the family and other locals remained in a state of shock over the brutal
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