Free Press Journal
  • Kerala police get 2 days custody of actor Dileep

    Aluva (Kerala): Malayalam superstar Dileep, arrested in connection with the abduction and molestation of a popular actress, was on Wednesday sent to two days police custody by a court here. Dileep’s counsel moved a bail application, but the court decided to hear it after the police custody ends.

  • Gold pictures: Different looking Mouni Roy shoots with Akshay Kumar in UK

    ‘Naagin’ actress Mouni Roy and Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Gold’ is being shot in UK. And at such a time, nothing can be better than her pictures from the film’s sets. Yes! All thanks to a few fan clubs that we got to see Mouni Roy on the sets of ‘Gold’, shooting with co-star Akshay. Mouni and Akshay have started filming Gold in UK and as the actors were spotted on the sets,

  • Subhash Chandra Garg takes charge as economic affairs secretary

    New Delhi, Senior bureaucrat Subhash Chandra Garg today assumed charge as secretary of the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) in the finance ministry. A 1983 batch IAS officer, from the Rajasthan cadre, Garg was World Bank executive director for Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Sri Lanka prior to this appointment. He succeeds Shaktikanta Das, who retired after an extended tenure on May 31. Corporate Affairs Secretary Tapan Ray was given additional charge of DEA secretary after

  • Wimbledon 2017: 4 shocking controversies so far

    Controversies are something without which a game or any one’s life in complete. Controversies have been part of all sporting events, Wimbledon is not an exception. Wimbledon 2017 saw some exciting Manic Monday with thrilling matches that included the longest match of the tournament, amazing shots and major upsets. Wimbledon is never without controversies and this time too they have crept in with just halfway through the Championship.

  • CBI raids Ranchi principal IT commissioner, others

    New Delhi: The CBI today searched 23 locations in two cities in connection with an alleged corruption case against Principal Commissioner of Income Tax, Ranchi, Tapas Kumar Dutta, and others, officials here said. The searches were conducted in 18 locations in Kolkata and five in Ranchi, the CBI sources said.

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    MACT awards Rs 24 lakh to kin of man killed in accident

    Thane: The Thane Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) has awarded a compensation of Rs 24.09 lakh to the wife and other family members of a man who was killed in a road accident in 2014. Tribunal member and district judge K D Vadane observed that even though the driver of the tanker, which hit the man, did not possess a valid licence at the time of the accident, the insurance firm was

  • Amarnath Yatra will continue, says Union Minister Jitendra Singh

    Srinagar, Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Wednesday said that the Amarnath Yatra will continue uninterrupted despite Monday’s terror attack in which seven pilgrims were killed and 19 others were injured. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was personally monitoring the situation, Singh, who is the Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, said.

  • Finally, Ali Asgar reveals why he left ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’

    Mumbai: Comedian and actor Ali Asgar is all set to show his talent in the new show, ‘The Drama Company’. Due to the controversy between Ali and Kapil Sharma in a Melbourne flight, Ali, Chandan Prabhakar and Sunil Grover had left the show.

  • Uddhav Thackeray on Amarnath attack: Send ‘gau rakshaks’ to fight terrorists

    Mumbai, Taking a dig at the BJP over the terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray has asked the senior ally to send ‘gau rakshaks’ to fight terrorists in the Valley. Seven Amarnath pilgrims, including six women, were killed and 19 injured when terrorists attacked a bus in Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Monday evening. While five of the deceased hailed from neighbouring Gujarat, two were from Maharashtra.

  • Children conceived via IVF just as healthy as peers

    Melbourne: Children conceived by in vitro fertilization (IVF) are as healthy as their naturally-conceived peers, according to a study published on Wednesday. The study, compiled by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI), found that IVF children were healthy physically, mentally and emotionally by the time they reached school age, Xinhua news agency reports.

  • Nine IS fighters killed in Afghan airstrike

    Kabul: Nine Islamic State (IS) militants were killed when the Afghan air force struck their hideout in Kunar province, the police said on Wednesday.

  • Saibaba temple gets Rs 5.52 crore donations on Guru Poornima

    Shirdi: The Saibaba temple here received donations worth Rs 5.52 crore during the recent three-day ‘Guru Poornima’ festival, an increase of Rs 1.40 crore as compared to last year, an official has said. The devotees, from the country as well as abroad, donated Rs 2.94 crore cash in the donation boxes kept in the temple premises between July 7 and 10, Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Rubal Agrawal said

  • New tool turns audio clips into realistic video

    Washington, Scientists have developed new computer algorithms that can turn audio clips into a realistic, lip-synced video of the person speaking those words. The researchers successfully generated highly-realistic video of former US President Barack Obama talking about terrorism, fatherhood, job creation and other topics, using audio clips of those speeches and existing weekly video addresses that were originally on a different topic.