Free Press Journal
  • Hottie! Katrina Kaif looks stunning in this photograph

    Despite being a ‘late entrant’ in the world of social media, the stunning Katrina Kaif has more than made up for the same. Ever since the time she has made her debut on the social media, there is absolutely no looking back for this stunner.

  • Superstar Rajinikanth to undergo medical checkup in US

    Chennai: Superstar Rajinikanth has left for the US for a medical checkup, a source said. “Rajini sir left to the US with his daughter Aishwarya last night (Wednesday). He has gone for a regular medical checkup. They will be back in mid-July,” a source close to the actor told IANS.

  • McDonald’s shuts 43 outlets in Delhi over licence expiry

    New Delhi: In a setback to the US-based fast food chain McDonald’s, 43 of the total 55 outlets in the national capital here have been shut on failure to renew eating house licences by its North and East India licencee Connaught Plaza Restaurants Pvt Ltd (CPRL).

  • Cardinal George Pell vows to return to Australia to defend himself

    Canberra: Cardinal George Pell has vowed to return to Australia to defend himself against multiple charges of sex offences. Australia’s seniormost Catholic figure said he was looking forward to his day in court, after the Victoria Police confirmed he had been charged, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.

  • Delhi High Court to hear pharma firms plea on fixed dose drugs ban

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court will today hear the plea filed by several pharmaceutical companies that sought a stay of a central government notification that banned certain fixed dose combination (FDC) drugs.

  • Super Smriti guides India to easy victory over West Indies

    Taunton: Opener Smriti Mandhana made amends for missing out on a hundred against England with a scintillating unbeaten 106 guiding India to a comfortable seven -wicket victory against West Indies in the ICC Women’s World Cup, here on Thursday. Chasing a modest target of 184, Indian eves won with as many as 45 balls to spare, courtesy another superlative performance from the left-handed opener Mandhana.

  • Disha Patani’s essentials in her monsoon beauty bag

    New Delhi: Monsoon is here and it’s the time to rethink our daily beauty regime. Rain doesn’t stop us from traveling everyday and it’s important to have the right beauty bag, which is minimal but enough to keep you looking flawless. Actress Disha Patani, Pond’s ambassador, gives us a peek into what’s in her monsoon beauty bag!

  • SHOCKING: Salman Khan’s Tubelight distributors left in tears after suffering from huge losses

    Salman Khan and Eid have been an unbeatable combination that has usually guaranteed Rs 200 to 300 crore business at the box office. And with Kabir Khan on board, one was expecting Tubelight to break records just like Bajrangi Bhaijaan. But, neither Eid nor Kabir Khan’s directing chops brought any luck for Salman Khan starrer Tubelight.

  • Man held after driving into barriers protecting Paris mosque

    Creteil: A man was arrested after he drove his vehicle into barriers protecting a mosque in the Paris suburbs today, police said, with Muslim officials describing the incident as an “attempted attack”. The 4X4 vehicle “struck pillars and barriers in place to protect the mosque of Creteil”, in the southeast of the capital, before speeding off and crashing into a traffic island, police said. No-one was injured.

  • Bhopal: Kumeria, Deosthale in city to promote ‘Udaan’

    The young T V actors Vijayendra Kumeria and Meera Deosthale were in city of lakes to promote show ‘Udaan’. The show produced by Dhaval Jayantilal Gada and Guroudev Bhalla Productions Pvt Ltd, airs every Monday to Friday at 8:30 PM on COLORS.

  • Bhopal: Petya malware more dangerous than Wanna Cry ransomware

    Bhopal: About a month ago, lakhs of computer systems across the world were affected by a ransomware called Wanna Cry and now a more lethal version of it known as ‘Petya’ has caught many multi-national companies and government bodies unawares by freezing their operations.

  • Youth jumps to death from building, failed love affair seems to be reason

    Bhopal: A 21-year-old youth allegedly committed suicide by jumping off a building in old Galla Mandi on Thursday at Jahangirabad locality here. In the initial investigations police suspect that it was a matter of love affair as ‘I love you Reena’ was written on his left hand with blade, police said.

  • GST to kick in from tomorrow across nation, govt plans grand launch

    New Delhi: In the making since 2000, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) will finally kick in from Saturday, July 1. Touted by the government as the biggest tax reform since Independence, the GST is meant to boost growth and scrap local taxes that add to overhead costs and stymie businesses. The NDA government has planned a grand ceremony at the stroke of midnight on Friday to usher in the landmark taxation reform.

  • Bhopal: Authorities still clueless about cause, extent of loss

    Bhopal: Almost a week has passed since the major fire incident in the control of Rabindra Bhawan’s auditorium but neither culture department nor public work department (PWD) and project implementation unit (PIU) could find out the cause for the short circuit and the extent of loss till date. They are busy passing the buck.

  • US travel ban on six mainly Muslim countries takes effect

    Washington: US President Donald Trump’s ban on refugees and travelers from six mainly Muslim countries went into effect, after a Supreme Court decision allowed it to go forward following a five-month battle with rights groups.

  • Bhopal: Factionalism once again exposed

    Bhopal: Congress office-bearers spoke against their colleagues at state-level meeting of the district and block units, at PCC office on Thursday. The AICC general secretary Mohan Prakash and state Congress president Arun Yadav had convened the meeting.