Free Press Journal
  • Encounter breaks out in Kashmir’s Budgam

    Srinagar: An encounter broke out this evening between security forces and militants in central Kashmir’s Budgam district, police said.

  • Attack on pilgrims shows frustration of terrorists: Devendra Fadnavis

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today condemned the terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims in Kashmir, saying the cowardly act showed the “utter frustration” of the terrorists. “We condemn the attack on the pilgrims and pray that the departed souls rest in peace. It is an act of cowardice to attack innocent and unarmed pilgrims,” he told PTI.

  • Beyonce-Jay-Z marriage wasn’t built on truth

    Rapper Jay-Z has released a mini-documentary for his new album ‘4:44’, in which he appeared to confess about rumoured infidelity his wife Beyonce first laid bare on her hit track “Lemonade”. There were reports that the 47-year-old rapper’s latest album’s track was in response to lines from his wife’s 2016 smash hit record, which was about love, infidelity and forgiveness.

  • Patrick Stewart thinks about death everyday

    Veteran actor Patrick Stewart says demise of his friends Alan Rickman and Leonard Nimoy have left him concerned about his own mortality. The “X-Men” star says he is also worried about the well being of his wife Sunny Ozell, who is half of his age, reported Mirror. “There is not a day goes by where I don’t think of my mortality. I am 76 years old.

  • Fiction shows are women-oriented, says Manish Wadhwa

    Television actor Manish Wadhwa, who is playing Kans in the show “Paramavtar Shree Krishna”, says fictional and historical shows are women-oriented. Asked if he feels the small screen is dominated by women, Manishsaid, “Yes, I feel so, because the thing is that generally, women have the time to watch that (shows)… Men want something like maybe ‘Chandragupt Maurya’.”

  • Sanjay Dutts’s recce on river Ganga

    While he just wrapped his comeback film, actor Sanjay Dutt has already signed his second film ‘Malang’. The film will also reunite the Sanjay with Bhoomi writer Raaj Shaadilyaa and with debutant director Aarambhh Singh.

  • Arjun Kapoor is not competitive

    Neither with his family nor with fellow actors, but he does harbour an ambitious streak

  • Gopalkrishna Gandhi: The man who outgrew the Mahatma’s shadow

    New Delhi: Mahatma Gandhi’s shadow is a difficult one to step out of. But his grandson Gopalkrishna Devdas Gandhi – the opposition’s nominee for the vice president’s post – has done just that. The weight of the surname notwithstanding, the former bureaucrat and diplomat has sought to emerge in recent times not as the Mahatma’s grandson, but as the nation’s conscience keeper.

  • Mumbai: NGO ask residents to boycott made in China goods

    As tension between India and China border continues, activists and residents of Andheri have removed a silent protest at the Air Cargo Complex at Sahar. Their aim: boycott ‘Made in China’ goods.

  • Will discuss Tejashwi Yadav again after four days, says JD(U)

    New Delhi: In the wake of the controversies surrounding Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav’s family and most importantly, son and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav, the Janta Dal (United) (JD(U)) said that the discussions on the latter’s fate would be held after four days.

  • High Court dismisses PIL seeking deferment of GST implementation

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today dismissed a public interest litigation seeking deferment of the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST). A division bench, headed by Justice V K Tahilramani, said it was not inclined to interfere in the government’s decision to implement the GST. The PIL, filed by city resident K S Pillai last month, challenged the Union government’s decision to roll out the major tax reform in the

  • Madhur Bhandarkar: Changing anything would affect Indu Sarkar

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar, who has been asked by the censor board to remove words like RSS and Akali from his film “Indu Sarkar”, says he doesn’t wish to make changes as he fears its essence will get affected.

  • BMC mulls to re-open 35 Marathi schools with English as MOI

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is planning to restart 35 of its Marathi- medium schools in the city, which were closed down in the last several years owing to lack of students, with English as the medium of instruction (MOI).