Free Press Journal
  • ‘Baadshaho’: Emraan Hashmi, Sunny Leone are sizzling hot in new song Piya More

    Milan Luthria’s directorial venture Baadshaho’s new song Piya More is out and it is really hot. After all, if a song has serial kisser of Bollywood Emraan Hashmi and Queen of hotness Sunny Leone, then nobody would resist them to create a magic with their hotness screen appearance.

  • IAS couple son’s suicide: Cops look for cab driver in Manmat Mhaiskar death case

    Mumbai: Manmat Mhaiskar, the 18-year-old son of two IAS officers, who allegedly had taken his own life on July 18 by jumping off the 20th floor terrace of Dariya Mahal in south Mumbai last Tuesday had arrived at the building in a cab as seen in the footage of CCTV units installed near the building. The cops are now looking for its driver to get some information regarding the suicide. Since the

  • OMG! Ranbir Kapoor makes shocking allegations against Karan Johar

    We all know that Bollywood’s superstar Ranbir Kapoor and ace director Karan Johar are one of the best buddies of Bollywood. The buddy duo has given one of the biggest hits of 2016, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. Since then, they have been getting along with each other very well. However, recently, Ranbir made some serious allegations on KJo.

  • Mumbai: Airport officials bust smuggling bid, gold found in toothpaste tubes and jeans

    Mumbai: In a major breakthrough for the Air Intelligence Unit (AIU), officials from the AIU found flyers smuggling gold in toothpaste tubes, embroidered in fabrics and stitched into jeans pockets this past weekend. In separate cases, authorities intercepted three people, including a Dubai-based salesman, and seized gold collectively worth Rs 36.12 lakh, which was being used for smuggling.

  • Deadly Virus: 330 deaths due to swine flu in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Swine flu, the viral illness that had become a pandemic in 2009, has claimed more than 600 lives across the country and more than 12,000 H1N1 cases have been reported till the middle of 2017. According to the report provided by the state surveillance from January 2017 to Sunday (July 23), 2017, Maharashtra has been the worst affected by swine flu, claiming 330 deaths out of which 35 deaths took place

  • Man sentenced to 30 years in Fort Riley bomb plot

    Kansas City: A Kansas man who tried to set off what he thought was a bomb at an Army post to support the Islamic State group has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison. John T. Booker Jr., 22, of Topeka, was arrested in April 2015 outside Fort Riley, about 60 miles (100 kilometers) west of Topeka, as he tried to arm what he thought was a bomb. When he pleaded guilty in

  • Donald Trump proud of Jared Kushner’s transparency on interaction with Russians

    Washington: President Donald Trump is “proud” of his son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner for being transparent about his interaction with Russians and lay out everything clear to expose the “witch hunt” that the probe has been, a White House official has said.

  • India to host maiden men’s World Boxing Championship in 2021

    New Delhi: In a historic first for Indian boxing, the country will host the elite men’s World Championship in 2021 besides conducting the women’s World Championship for the second time next year, the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has announced. The AIBA made the announcement at the end of its two-day executive committee meeting in Moscow. “…we are delighted to have the AIBA Men’s World Championships 2019 confirmed for Sochi, and equally excited

  • US: Retired priest accused of forcing boy to perform oral sex

    Lower Burrell: A now-retired Roman Catholic priest is accused of forcing a 10-year-old Pennsylvania boy to perform oral sex on him after counseling the 4th-grader about misbehaving on a school bus.

  • US resumes fast processing of some H-1B visa categories

    Washington: The US has announced resuming faster processing of H-1B work visas, popular with Indian techies, for high skilled foreign professionals in categories exempt from Congress-mandated limit, which are mostly for higher education and scientific research institutions. The H1-B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise in specialised fields. The technology companies depend on it to hire tens of

  • Australian tennis champion Mervyn Rose dies at age 87

    Sydney: Australian two-time Grand Slam singles champion Mervyn Rose, who went on to coach greats Margaret Court and Billie Jean King, has died, tennis officials said Tuesday.

  • Uttar Pradesh faces acute power crisis

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh is reeling under a severe power crisis on Tuesday after a major fault in a transmission line in the state’s western region, officials said. “Due to congestion in the transmission line of the western region, the power supply to the northern region has been hit” a senior official told IANS. He said on Monday afternoon, the line at Mudra Mahendragarh tripped due to high-voltage direct current (HVDC) even as

  • 7 days to deadline, Mumbai University teachers still face issues while assessing papers

    Mumbai: With just six days left to declare the Mumbai University (MU) results, the online assessment process was shut for over two hours on Monday morning. Blaming the Vice-Chancellor of MU and the education minister for the inadequate process which has disrupted the future of lakhs of students, the Yuva Sena chief Aditya Thackeray sent a letter to the Governor of Maharashtra demanding their resignations.

  • ‘VIP 2’ actress Kajol to venture into film production

    New Delhi: Kajol is all set to launch her home production in September and hopes to come up with a film early next year. The actress, who is currently gearing up for the release of her Tamil film “VIP 2”, says she was planning to foray into production for sometime but it got delayed.

  • NIA team arrives with Hurriyat accused at CBI HQ, BJP, Congress lock horns over arrest

    New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) team deputed to bring the seven Hurriyat leaders arrested on money laundering charges to fund terror in the Kashmir Valley, arrived at the headquarters of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) a short while ago. The arrested Hurriyat leaders are likely to be interrogated before being presented before a Patiala House court on Tuesday.

  • James Bond to be back in 2019

    Washington D.C.: 007 is all set to be back in 2019! The 25th installment of the James Bond franchise gets a release date- November 8. 2019, reports the Hollywood Reporter.