Free Press Journal
  • Padmavati effect: Is this what Deepika Padukone charging per film?

    Mumbai: Actress Deepika Padukone is currently shooting for her upcoming film ‘Padmavati’ alongside Shahid Kapoor and rumoured boyfriend Ranveer Singh. Reportedly, she is getting paid Rs 12 crore for playing Rani Padmini in Sanjay Leela Bhasali’s film.

  • Wow MOM! Bollywood celebs go gaga over Sridevi’s film

    Sridevi’s much-awaited film MOM has finally released today. And as expected the film is getting a humongous response from critics and B-Town. The film is a revenge drama in which Sridevi has given one of her best performances till date. Moreover, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Akshaye Khanna, Sajal Ali and Adnan Siddiqui’s performances have also been applauded by critics as well as the audiences.

  • Mumbai’s shocking hiss-story: Youth want to be bitten by snakes to get high

    Mumbai: There is a resurgence of new psychoactive substance among youngsters who want to be bitten by snakes to get high especially for recreational purposes. The survey conducted at two government-run hospitals and de-addiction centres says that youth between the age group of 19 and 28 are trying snake bite under peer pressure, due to academic or love failure or some other reasons.

  • Hospital suspends cancer drug use on China’s Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo

    Beijing: A Chinese medical team charged with treating imprisoned Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo has stopped using cancer-fighting drugs so as not to overwhelm his severely weakened liver, raising concerns that China’s most prominent political prisoner is critically ill.

  • Fan love for Shashank Vyas!

    Fans are a big part of actor Shashank Vyas’s life. Right from sending him gifts to sweet messages and dutifully watching his shows, his fans have a big role in making him successful. He is very popular in Indonesia courtesy Balika Vadhu.

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    Samsung’s Q2 profit hits record high

    Seoul: Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest maker of semiconductors, smartphones and TVs, on Friday posted a record quarterly high of operating profit in the second quarter — thanks to brisk chip sales and recovering smartphone sales.

  • Microsoft to cut up to 4,000 jobs outside US

    New York: Technology giant Microsoft is undertaking a major reorganisation in its sales and marketing units that will likely see the company cutting about 4,000 jobs from its workforce, mostly outside the US.

  • GST row: Opposition boycotts Jammu and Kashmir Assembly proceedings

    Srinagar: The entire opposition today boycotted the proceedings of the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly over GST implementation, accusing the PDP-BJP government of using subterfuge to undermine the Constitution of the state.

  • Sophie Turner opens up about her relationship with Joe Jonas

    Los Angeles: Actress Sophie Turner reveals that dating Joe Jonas is like living in a “fishbowl”.  In a new interview to Marie Claire UK, the “Game of Thrones” actress talks about what it is like to be in a relationship with the Jonas brother.

  • BJP welcomes CBI raids against Lalu Prasad Yadav

    Patna, The BJP has welcomed CBI raids on RJD chief Lalu Prasad’s residence and 12 other places over a fresh case of alleged irregularities in awarding tender for the maintenance of hotels. The Central Bureau of Investigation carried out raids at 12 places in Patna, Delhi, Ranchi, Puri and Gurugram in connection with the case involving Lalu Prasad and his family members.

  • Presidential election: Right to vote or not to vote

    New Delhi: With certain doubts having been created in a section of political parties about the compulsion for voting in the forthcoming presidential election, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has said that contrary to reports, there was no such compulsion on any of the electors (voters) under the prevailing law. Certain doubts had arisen in the minds of some of the electors regarding the current presidential election, to the effect whether

  • Indonesia police question Trump partner over alleged threats

    Jakarta, Police are questioning the Indonesian business partner of President Donald Trump over allegations he sent threatening text messages to a deputy attorney general. A smiling Hary Tanoesoedibjo arrived at the national police’s Criminal Investigation Agency in central Jakarta this morning after failing to comply with a summons for questioning last week.