Free Press Journal
  • Karan Patel and Anita Hassanandani spiced up Jaipur’a culinary life with Cook Studio

    Judged by popular television actors Karan Patel and Anita Hassanandani, culinary event Cook Studio was a rocking affair. Held in Jaipur on the 29th of June, the event, a special initiative by producer Ashish Sabalawat, housed the best cooks in Jaipur under one roof. Presented by JK Masala, the finale was held at The Gulmohar by Taluka’s. The Line production was by Notorious Owl Pictures.

  • GST effect: Will the dream of affordable housing in Mumbai turn expensive now?

    Mumbai: The dream of an affordable house this year came closer to reality for buyers when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced additional subsidy on the rate of interest for home loans. But now with the new GST regime, families will have to shell out a little extra to achieve their dream.

  • Deepika Padukone posts flashback pic with sister, with Leonardo DiCaprio in her room

    After Abhishek Bachchan, who went down to memory lane sharing throwback pics with Kareena Kapoor Khan, now Deepika Padukone too followed the suit as she shared her childhood and teenage pics on social networking site, Instagram. Deepika posted a pic where she is seen dressed up in black and grey with her younger sister, captioning the image, “#flashbackfriday #MAJORflashbackfriday” It is the background of the image that got our attention!

  • Never lost confidence in my limited overs game: Rahane

    North Sound: The jury is still out on his utility as a limited overs batsman but Ajinkya Rahane on his own admission never lost confidence in his ability despite being out of favour in the 50-over format for a long time. Rahane has scores of 62, 103 and 72 to show for his efforts as an opener in the current West Indies tour in the absence of Rohit Sharma and is ready

  • Wimbledon 2017: 5 player to watch out for in women’s draw

    As tennis turns to Wimbledon, there has been a bit of a throwback feel to this Grand Slam season so far. At the year’s first Grand Slam tournament, the Australian Open in January, Roger Federer beat Rafael Nadal for the men’s title and Serena beat sister Venus for the women’s title. Then, at the French Open in May and June, Nadal reached a second consecutive major final for the first time since

  • Cow vigilantism: Yogi Adityanath urges people not to take law into their hands

    Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh):  Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has urged the people to not to take the law into their hands in the name of cow vigilantism, adding that they should just inform the administration in any case of illegal smuggling of cows.

  • Would look into making some changes: Kohli on playing XI

    North Sound: India captain Virat Kohli was happy with a clinical performance in the third ODI and hinted at making some changes in the playing XI providing game time to all those who have not yet figured in the playing XI in the ongoing series. Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik and Mohammed Shami are yet to get a game.

  • Amarnath pilgrim from West Bengal dies of cardiac arrest

    Srinagar: A 72-year-old pilgrim from West Bengal died today due to cardiac arrest en route for the cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir, taking the death toll in the ongoing yatra to three.

  • Twitter testing feature to report fake news, offensive content

    San Francisco: In the ongoing battle against rampant abuse on its platform, microblogging site Twitter is working to add a new feature that would let users flag tweets that contain misleading, false or harmful information, the media reported. Twitter is still testing the feature and if released could look like a tab appearing in a drop-down menu alongside tweets, The Washington Post reported recently.

  • Infosys appoints D. Sundaram as Independent Director

    Bangalore: Infosys on Saturday announced the appointment of D. Sundaram as an Independent Director of the Company, effective July 14, based on the recommendations of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee of the Board. Sundaram is currently the Vice Chairman and Managing Director of TVS Capital Funds Ltd.

  • 10% customs duty on mobiles, hike on more items likely

    New Delhi: In a bid to protect local manufacturers, the government has imposed a 10 per cent basic customs duty (BCD) on cellular mobile phones and specified parts of cell phones like charger, battery, wire headset, microphone and receiver, key pad and USB cable from Saturday, an official statement said here.

  • I am like wine: MS Dhoni on getting better with age

    North Sound: There has been an element of inconsistency in his batting form but Mahendra Singh Dhoni believes that he is like a vintage wine that tastes better with passage of time.

  • Mumbai: School staff humiliates 25 students, forcefully chop off their hair unevenly

    Mumbai: 25 students of a Vikhroli school were held by the school physical training teacher and the office assistant, who forcefully chopped off clumps of hair of students as punishment for not maintaining a small crop. The director of the school, the teacher and the staff member have been booked for putting children through cruelty and injuring two of them as soon as the parents approached the Vikhroli police station.

  • Businessman molests female passenger in Bengaluru-Mumbai flight by flashing at her

    Mumbai: In another case of molestation, a male passenger travelling on Bengaluru-Mumbai flight allegedly molested a female passenger seated next to him. The victim is from Navi Mumbai and the accused a 31-year-old Tamil Nadu-based businessman, Subin Hamsa, has been booked for molestation.