Free Press Journal
  • Monsoon covers entire Maharashtra, brings relief to farmers

    Mumbai: The south west monsoon has covered all parts of Maharashtra bringing good rains and relief to farmers. The central part of Maharashtra is a major food grains growing area and rainfall in this region has brought relief to farmers as well as the state administration. “For the first time in July, the south west monsoon has brought rains to all parts of the state. There had been showers since July 1, but of

  • Samsung ‘accidentally’ reveals Galaxy Note 8 on Twitter

    San Francisco: Weeks after it was rumoured that Samsung will launch its next flagship Galaxy Note 8 device in September to counter its biggest rival Apple, the South Korean giant has “accidentally” revealed the device on Twitter.

  • Friday prayers cancelled post attack in Jerusalem’s Old City

    Jerusalem: Three attackers were shot dead by the police during a shootout near the entrance to the Temple Mount complex in Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday morning, during an attack in which three people were wounded with two critically injured.

  • Malayalam actor Dileep’s police custody extended by a day

    Aluva (Kerala): A court here on Friday extended by one more day the police custody of Malayalam superstar Dileep, who was arrested in connection with the abduction and molestation of a popular actress.

  • ‘Flash’ News: Are women feeling unsafe in Mumbai?

    Is Mumbai becoming another Delhi? Are women feeling unsafe in Mumbai as well? Has Mumbai lost its humanity? The answer to the above questions is sadly in somewhat affirmative. The recent incidents of men with perverted mind-sets masturbating in public seems to point towards the fact that women are not fully safe, while using public transports such as local trains in Mumbai.

  • Telugu techie suffers death while working out in gym

    In a horrific incident, a 22-year-old techie, employed with Dell, died while working out in gym at his workplace in Madhapur. Varun Kumar was declared dead on arrival at hospital.

  • SHOCKING: Amitabh Bachchan slaps notice to AAP leader Kumar Vishwas over copyright infringement case

    Amitabh Bachchan has begun a legal battle with Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas over a copyright infringement case. It all began when Kumar Vishwas had used ‘Need ka Nirmaan Phir Phir’ which is written by Amitabh Bachchan’s father and late poet Dr. Harivansh Rai Bachchan. It has been used as a part of Tarpan which is a program in which the Vishwas pays tribute to some of the legendary Hindi

  • Not only Sasikala! VIP treatment for Bahubali MLA Mukhtar Ansari in Unnao jail

    Special arrangements are being made for Bahubali MLA Mukhtar Ansari in the Unnao district jail in Uttar Pradesh. In the arrangements include room furnishings and toilet as well as food to drinks. Also, there is a western commode instead to normal toilets. The facilities for Bahubali MLA are a matter of discussion for jail workers.

  • Finally! Beyonce shares 1st picture of twins Sir and Rumi

    New Delhi: Pop star Beyonce has finally shared the first picture of her precious twins. In celebration of the kids turning one month old, the 35-year-old took to social media to post an adorable picture.

  • Pachauri sexual harassment case: Tactics of delaying matter strengthen me, says complainant

    New Delhi: The victim and complainant in the R.K. Pachauri sexual harassment case on Friday said the tactics of the accused to delay the case actually gives her more strength and determination to ensure the guilty is imprisoned. While speaking to ANI, the victim said it is her right to talk to the media and she will continue doing so.

  • Ace investor Ramesh Damani shares words of wisdom

    Ramesh Damani, often called the Nawab of Dalal Street, shared his learning about the stock market with Mumbai city’s Rotarians recently. During the session, he shared four principles—try to buy stocks about examining them; need to learn, unlearn and relearn; buy when there is fear (buy things on discount) and stock markets are unusual. After delivering a wonderful presentation at Taj to a group of Rotarians, Damani spoke to The

  • Indians don’t like jokes being cracked on them: Comedienne Bharti Singh

    New Delhi: In less than a decade, she has carved out a niche for herself in the entertainment industry and doesn’t get affected when people joke about her body weight. Popular comedienne Bharti Singh however says Indians don’t like jokes being cracked on them and mostly prefer hearing compliments.

  • Cute Pic: Dad Gautam Gambhir’s first daughter holds newborn Anaiza in her arms

    Former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir, who was recently blessed with his second daughter, took to social media to announce her name. Gambhir posted a photo of his two daughters on Instagram and Twitter, where his first daughter Aazeen is holding the newborn in her arms.