Free Press Journal
  • ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’ new song: ‘Bakheda’ gives lovely couple goals

    Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar starrer Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’s new song Bakheda has finally released. The song gives lovely couple goals about how a couple blossoms their love before and after marriage. The song shows Keshav aka Akshay Kumar and Jaya aka Bhumi Pednekar’s relationship’s journey before and after marriage.

  • Hey Baby! Cristiano Ronaldo posts picture of newborn twins with his son

    Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has introduced his newborn twins to his son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr while on holiday. Ronaldo posted a picture on his Twitter account with him and his son holding his daughter Eva and himself clutching Mateo as they chilled out on holiday. And along with the photo, the Portugal international Posted the message ‘blessed’ as he posed with all of his children for the first time.

  • ICAR likely to declare AIEEA Result 2017 Today: Check on icarexam.net

    The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) will declare the All India Entrance Examination (AIEEA) result UG and PG examination result today (July 5). The results will be declared on it official website — icarexam.net. The exam for UG programmes was held on June 10 while for PG courses and AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS), it was June 11, 2017.

  • Snapdeal board rejects $850 mn offer from Flipkart

    New Delhi: Snapdeal’s board is believed to have rejected a takeover offer of USD 800-850 million (around Rs 5,500 crore) from larger e-commerce rival Flipkart.

  • Fuel scam: ‘Cheat’ arrested is an MSc in Electronics

    After the fuel scam came to light a few weeks back, the Thane police arrested two, Vivek Shetye (43), and Avinash Naik (37). They allegedly manufactured and supplied ‘cheat’ chips to fuel stations in the state to dispense less fuel than what was charged for.

  • WOW! Ranveer Singh to launch his wax figure in Paris on his 31st birthday

    In 2016, Ranveer Singh filmed Aditya Chopra’s directorial ‘Befikre’ opposite Vaani Kapoor. It was the first Bollywood film to be entirely shot in France, a lot of it in Paris. Ranveer enjoyed the Parisian experience and loved spending time in the French capital. During the Befikre screening in Paris, on October 11, 2016, the sculptor Eric Saint Chaffray and the Grévin’s artistic teams met up with Ranveer Singh to gather the data

  • Check out: Lisa Haydon shares a kiss with husband Dino Lalvani

    Actor Lisa Haydon, who recently became a mother to a baby boy, finally stepped outside for a first official event after a really long time. In her first red carpet appearance post baby birth, Lisa Haydon attended the amfAR Paris Dinner at Le Petit Palais on July 2, 2017 in Paris, France.

  • Mumbai: Bandra’s Hill Road turns chaotic due to poor traffic management

    Mumbai: In another case of traffic chaos, Bandra’s Hill Road has turned into a hell road due to poor traffic management. Hill Road has hundreds of shoppers and the cars and autorickshaws that drop them there are all packed into one narrow road that doesn’t even have a concrete divider to manage the traffic. Hill Road has two lanes, from Lucky junction towards St Andrews Church has concrete roads on one side,

  • Why ‘student’ Alia Bhatt considers Karan Johar as a father

    Karan Johar is currently searching a female lead actress for his upcoming film Student Of The Year 2, which will be a sequel of Sidharth Malhotra, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan starrer Student Of The Year. In 2012, KJo first time launched new talents from SOTY. Since then, SOTY actors consider him as a mentor of their life.

  • GST effect: Centre tells shopkeepers to reprint revised MRP

    New Delhi: Companies have time till September 30 to clear unsold pre-GST goods as the government on Tuesday allowed a revised MRP to be displayed along with printed sale price to reflect the changes post the new tax regime kicking-in. MRP or Maximum Retail Price, as per law, is the highest price that can be charged to a consumer after including all taxes. But in case of some commodities, the tax rate has changed post

  • Richa Chaddha: I tackle sexism depending on the situation

    Richa Chaddha, who will be next seen in Amazon Prime series ‘Inside Edge’, recently spoke up about gender inequality in Bollywood. Richa will be seen playing the role of Zarina Malik, who owns a cricket team, The Mumbai Maverick. Richa’s character struggles to hold her own in a male-dominated industry. However, the actress felt the same feeling in real life too as she made many serious comments on the existence of

  • Gold Awards 2017: Complete winners list and red carpet pictures

    Mumbai: The 10th Gold Award 20017 was held on Tuesday night in Mumbai. The affair was a grand one with attendees from TV industry and other popular personalities. The TV stars like Mohsin Khan and Shivangi Joshi (Naira and Kartik), Yuvika Chaudhari, Prince Narula, Adaa Khan, Divyanka Tripathi, Sriti Jha, Dilip Joshi and Jayati Bhatia among others were present at the grand event.

  • Now, Mumbai’s Elphinstone Road station renamed as Prabhadevi

    Mumbai: Within days of the Central Railway (CR) renaming the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, the Western Railway (WR) today rechristened the Elphinstone Road station as Prabhadevi.

  • Saudi Arabia to discuss Qatar crisis with allies

    Cairo: Saudi Arabia and Arab allies that have cut ties with Qatar will hold talks in Egypt today on the Gulf diplomatic crisis, after Doha said their demands were impossible to meet. The four Arab nations, which also include the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt, accuse Qatar of supporting extremism, a charge which it denies. They gave the isolated emirate an extra 48 hours to meet their ultimatum after an initial 10-day deadline

  • Beer a ‘health drink’, says Andhra minister

    Amaravati, For Andhra Pradesh Excise Minister K S Jawahar, beer is a health drink and he is ready to prove it, a remark that would please guzzlers no end. Amid protests by women over the state’s new liquor policy, he purportedly told a TV news channel that the government would promote beer as a healthy drink.