Free Press Journal
  • Bruna Abdullah goes topless for a photoshoot, again

    Bruna Abdullah is one of the sexiest actresses on the social media who enjoys sharing hot pictures with her fans. The Brazilian beauty recently shared a topless photo of her which she clicked for a magazine.

  • Now, get your Aadhaar card on your mobile via mAadhaar

    The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on Monday launched the mAadhaar app for Android. Yes the app is available on Google Playstore for android users only. For IOS it will be launched soon.

  • Shah Rukh Khan refrains from smoking on vacation

    Los Angeles: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has taken a break from the promotion of his forthcoming film “Jab Harry Met Sejal”, refrained from smoking despite being in a smoking area here.

  • Saiyami Kher, Pooja Gor run for healthy life

    Mumbai: “Mirzya” famed Saiyami Kher and TV actress Pooja Gor have made running part of their lives and plan to take up the next challenge of running a half-marathon.

  • Fun Video: Kim Clijsters makes Irishman wear skirt during friendly at Wimbledon

    The former World No 1, Kim Clijsters was playing a friendly Ladies invitation Doubled match at Wimbledon when she did something that shocked the crowd. Bringing a bit of levity to the match, Clijsters asked spectators if she should serve wide or down the middle. One person shouted above the rest, “body serve”. Clijsters laughed in reply, “You said body? Why don’t you go there?”! She then invited him to the court

  • FPJ 90th anniversary special: Former DGP Sivanandhan seeks major overhaul in police force

    Police reforms and educated policemen are the need of the day, says D Sivanandhan, former Director General of Police – Maharashtra. In this exclusive write-up for Free Press Journal, he bats for more use of technology in the police force and empowerment of young women. He tackles the issues of Naxalism, terrorism, mafia gangs and crimes against women here.

  • Non-bailable warrant against Amanmani Tripathi

    Lucknow: A court here has issued a non-bailable warrant against Independent MLA from Nautanwa Amanmani Tripathi in connection with a kidnapping case.

  • Why India needs to count its broken toilets

    In 2016, as many as 96.5 per cent of rural elementary government schools had toilets, but more than one in four (27.79 per cent) were dysfunctional or locked, according to data collected for the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER). Only about 68.7 per cent of schools had working toilet facilities for students.

  • Ravi Shastri has always had a positive mindset: Saha

    Kolkata, India wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha on Wednesday said that new coach Ravi Shastri has always had a “positive” mindset when he was the team director and that he was looking forward to working with him again on the Sri Lanka tour.  Shastri took over as India coach from Anil Kumble, making this his third stint with the national team.

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    Lenovo unveils future-ready laptops for millennials in India

    New Delhi, Aiming to provide powerful computing to millennials in India, Chinese technology major Lenovo on Wednesday unveiled new additions to its Yoga and Ideapad range of future-ready laptops. Yoga 720 is available for Rs 74,500 and Yoga 520 for Rs 39,600. In the Ideapad series, Ideapad 720S, Ideapad 520S and Ideapad 320S are available for Rs 74,850, Rs 47,450 and Rs 34,750, respectively. Ideapad 520 can be purchased for Rs 42,400 and Ideapad