Free Press Journal
  • Unfortunate that Supreme Court verdict yet to be implemented: Justice RM Lodha

    Kolkata: On a day when the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) is scheduled to meet and discuss the next course of action on the reforms proposed by him, Justice R.M. Lodha said it was “unfortunate” that even after almost one year since the verdict, the recommendations could not be implemented.

  • Toilet: Ek Prem Katha gets embroiled in a Copyright issue! Here are all the details!

    With just a few days remaining for the release of the Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’, it’s needless to say that all the eyes are totally glued on to the film. The film, which happens to be a take on India’s Prime Minister’s dream project ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’, recently got itself embroiled in a copyright controversy.

  • Jacqueline Fernandez goes topless for her latest photoshoot

    Bollywood Town’s Jacqueline Fernandez may have an image of a bubbly girl but she sure knows how to make everyone’s heart skip a beat. And Jacqueline’s latest photoshoot is a proof that she can set the screens on fire with her stunning looks.

  • Worried about GST? These jokes and memes should make you feel better

    Post implementation of GST from today, the internet is abuzz with GST jokes and memes. Most of the jokes are based on silly full forms of GST and its complicated structure. From rains to Deepika Padukone to mobile battery, netizens related GST to everything under the sun to derive humour out of the serious economic concept and shake off the jitters it has given to many.

  • India will take on Pakistan in ICC Women’s World Cup on Sunday

    Derby: Their confidence on an all-time high after back-to-back wins, India would look to continue their unbeaten streak when they clash against arch-rivals Pakistan in their third game of the ICC Women’s World Cup, here tomorrow.

  • Wimbledon 2017: Top 5 players to watch out for in men’s draw

    Wimbledon 2017, the third grand slam of the season starts on July 3. The battle for the top prize will see players giving their all on the court. Wimbledon promises to be a hard fought and tough battle to win this slam. We have our usual suspects in Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray fighting for the trophy, but there could be surprises in store and the iconic grand slam has always

  • 97% attacks by cow vigilantes happened in Modi’s regime

    Muslims were the target of 51% of violence centred on bovine issues over nearly eight years (2010 to 2017) and comprised 86% of 28 Indians killed in 63 incidents, according to an IndiaSpend content analysis of the English media.

  • Children face the heat in Darjeeling shutdown

    Darjeeling: Children of Darjeeling hills are an unhappy lot now with schools closed, Internet suspended and playgrounds off-limits due to the indefinite shutdown in the hills since June 15. Malls, Cinema halls, the zoo also remained out of bounds for them.

  • Rakesh Roshan says, Never moved ahead in my career as an actor

    Mumbai: His acting career was not as impressive as his second innings as a director-producer but Rakesh Roshan says he never stopped trying and would often call people to ask for work when he was struggling.