Free Press Journal
  • CBI books senior Mumbai IT officer in corruption case

    Mumbai: The Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) on Friday raided an Additional Commissioner of Income Tax, his wife and three others, and lodged a case of corruption under them, an official said here.

  • Is Bharti Singh all set to quit The Kapil Sharma show?

    Bharti Singh just did a few episodes of The Kapil Sharma show and there are news that comedian Bharti is all set to leave the show and join new show comedy dangal. In a recent interview with leading newspaper she said “I am on The Kapil Sharma Show till my other show Comedy Dangal doesn’t go on-air. I had signed Comedy Dangal first and was later approached for The Kapil Sharma Show.

  • US looks forward to ‘smooth’ political transition in Pakistan

    Washington: The US today said it is looking forward to a “smooth” political transition in Pakistan as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif stepped down after the Supreme Court disqualified him for dishonesty over the Panama Papers scandal.

  • Akshay Kumar reveals how he got the film Toilet- Ek Prem Katha after other heroes rejected it

    After Airlift and Rustom, Akshay Kumar is coming with yet another content driven film, Toilet-Ek Prem Katha which is one of the highly awaited films of the year. The film also stars Dum Laga Ke Haisha actress Bhumi Pednekar as the film tells a love story in the backdrop of the national issue of open defecation and hygiene. The trailer has received a positive response from the audience. But, it turns out

  • Mumbai: Teachers to focus on paper correction rather than conducting lectures till July 31

    Mumbai: In the last moment haste to declare the results by the July 31 deadline, the Mumbai University (MU) has decided to increase the non-instructional days from July 28 till 31. This means that teachers of Arts, Law and Commerce stream will have to dedicate their entire time to paper correction and would not focus on conducting lectures in colleges.

  • Bella Hadid never liked spending parents’ money

    Supermodel Bella Hadid says she always valued her parents’ hard work and growing up, she disliked spending their money. The 20-year-old catwalk star says she wanted to be financially independent as soon as she came of age so that she could repay them in any little way possible, reported Elle magazine.

  • Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston to star in TV series

    Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon are teaming up for an upcoming new television series that will focus on a New York morning show.”House of Cards” producer Jay Carson will write the script, with Steve Kloves being the executive producer, variety.com reported.

  • Bhavini Purohit has a special place in Devoleena’s life

    Devoleena Bhattacharjee, who has wrapped up shooting for “Saath Nibhana Saathiya”, says she shares a special bond with Bhavini Purohit, with whom she locked horns on the show.”Bhavini as Radha and me as Gopi might not have a good relationship in reel life. Even on the show, I killed her but off-screen we share a very special bond. She is more than a sister and friend to me. We are always active

  • Shamin Mannan wants to play ‘powerful’ roles on TV

    Shamin Mannan, who made her Bollywood debut with “Love Shagun” last year, says she wants to return to the small screen with a powerful role.”Right now, I’m looking to play some powerful roles on TV after working on the film ‘Love Shagun’,” the “Sanskaar – Dharohar Apnon Ki” actress said in a statement.

  • Akshara Haasan changes her religion, here is what she has to say

    There have been reports doing the rounds that Akshara Haasan has converted to Buddhism.  In one of her interview, Akshara turns out, an atheist by belief, she has now converted to Buddhism because she was drawn to it. But her father Kamal Haasan, who is a self-proclaimed atheist, is apparently clueless about it.

  • Nawaz-Sharif

    Nawaz Sharif: A prime minister who never completed his tenure

    Islamabad: Nawaz Sharif, known as the ‘Lion of Punjab’, became the Prime Minister in the politically unstable Pakistan for a record three times, but every-time he was forced to quit in the middle of his term – first by the presidency, then the military and now the judiciary.

  • Interested in more eyeballs than box office collections: Akshay Kumar

    Mumbai: Bollywood star Akshay Kumar says he is interested in reaching out to a greater number of people with his upcoming film “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” than on garnering box office business.  He says the distributor has applied for tax exemption for the film.  During the trailer launch of the film here on Thursday, when asked that after “Rustom” and “Airlift” crossed the Rs 100 crore mark at the box office, whether

  • Sharif’s disqualification just a beginning: Imran Khan

    Islamabad: “It is just a beginning,” Imran Khan, Pakistan’s opposition leader and a petitioner in the high-profile Panama case, today said as he hailed the Supreme Court’s decision to disqualify Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.