Free Press Journal
  • Playing `Blue Whale’, 13-year-old allegedly attempts suicide

    Indore: Apparently playing the infamous online game `Blue Whale challenge’, a 13-year-old boy today tried to jump off the third floor of his school here, but fellow students thwarted his attempt, police said.

  • Nawaz Sharif criticises Pak’s judiciary for his ouster

    Islamabad: A defiant Nawaz Sharif today criticised the judiciary for forcing him to quit as prime minister, saying it was an “insult” to 200 million people of Pakistan that their elected leader was unceremoniously ousted with a single stroke of pen. A five-member Supreme Court bench last month disqualified Sharif for dishonesty and ruled that corruption cases be filed against him and his children over the Panama Papers scandal, forcing the prime

  • ED conducts searches in Srinagar in hawala case

    Srinagar/New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate today conducted searches at a few locations in Jammu and Kashmir’s capital here in connection with an alleged terror funding and hawala case involving over Rs 20 crore funds.

  • Court concludes hearing on sentences in ’93 Mumbai blasts case

    Mumbai: The special court for Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA) today concluded hearing on the punishment to be awarded to five persons including Abu Salem in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case. Judge G A Sanap convicted Salem, Mustafa Dossa, Karimullah Khan, Firoz Abdul Rashid Khan, Riyaz Siddiqui and Tahir Merchant for their roles in the blasts conspiracy on June 16, 2017. Another accused, Abdul Kayuum, was acquitted.

  • Shocking! TV actor Amit Tandon’s wife Ruby Tandon is in Dubai jail

    TV actor Amit Tandon’s wife Dr Ruby is in serious trouble in Dubai, yes Dr Ruby who is a dermatologist by profession is in Al Raffa Jail according to spotboye.com. The website has revealed from his sources close to Ruby that certain DHA (Dubai Health Authority) officials have alleged that Ruby threatened a few government officials. reveals the source, “Ruby has been behind bars since nearly a month.” We also hear, Ruby’s

  • Ryan Reynold’s next is full of bromance

    Ryan Reynolds, who will soon be seen in “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” with Samuel L. Jackson, says there are several love stories and even ‘bromance’ in the film. The action adventure revolves around a relentless bodyguard and a manipulative assassin, usually pitted against each other, compelled to spend 24 hours. They are forced to work together to defeat a callous and horrid eastern European dictator.

  • Vidhan Bhavan

    Maha assembly: Discussion on sugar mill cancelled, Oppn objects

    Mumbai: Opposition parties in the Maharashtra legislative assembly today strongly objected to the BJP-led state government’s decision to cancel a discussion over the allegations of corruption against a Parbhani-based sugar mill.

  • Pakistan’s ‘Light to the Lepers’ Ruth Pfau dies

    Islamabad: Ruth Pfau, a German doctor and nun who dedicated her life to eradicating leprosy in Pakistan and who has been described as the country’s “Mother Teresa”, died in Karachi on Thursday. She was 87.

  • Home Credit India Ties-up With Paytm to Make Repayment of Loans Easier

    Gurgaon, August 10, 2017: Home Credit India Finance Pvt. Ltd, one of India’s fastest growing non-banking financial company (NBFC), has partnered with the country’s largest mobile payments and commerce platform Paytm to enable customers to pay their EMIs in an easy, simple and convenient manner. The tie-up with Paytm is in line with Home Credit India’s plans of promoting seamless digital payments solutions and cashless transactions and be a partner in government’s Digital India programme.

  • Robert Pattinson feels more body-confident now

    Robert Pattinson, who is gearing up for the release of “Good Time”, says the film has changed him a lot and made him comfortable in his own skin. The film, directed by Josh and Benny Safdie, features Pattinson, 31, as a small-time criminal who attempts to race against the clock to break his brother out of prison after a botched bank robbery.

  • Holmes to star in movie adaptation of ‘The Secret’

    Katie Holmes is set to star in a film adaptation of Rhonda Byrne’s best-selling self-help book “The Secret”. The film, to be directed by Andy Tennant, will follow a young widow (Holmes) with three children who hires a handyman to fix her house during a terrible storm, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Laksshya doesn’t have separation anxiety, says dad Tusshar Kapoor

    Tusshar Kapoor, who became a father to son Laksshya through in-vitro fertilisation procedure last year, says the 14-month-old doesn’t have much separation anxiety. The actor is often on sets for shooting, and the little one knows when it’s time to say goodbye to his father.

  • AIADMK merger: Dinakaran hits back at Palaniswami, claims he is in control

    Thanjavur (TN): T T V Dinakaran today warned of “surgical action” against Chief Minister K Palaniswami and rubbished the party statements questioning his appointment as AIADMK (Amma) Deputy General Secretary and that of party chief V K Sasikala. As Sasikala’s handpicked CM raised a banner of revolt against her, Dhinakaran wondered how the Palaniswami camp could comment against Sasikala when they themselves had furnished an affidavit to the EC, endorsing her appointment

  • Sanjay Dutt is returning to the big screen as a vengeful father in Bhoomi

    Actor Sanjay Dutt is finally returning to the big screen, but in a predictable story. Following in the footsteps of his former female contemporaries like Sridevi and Raveena Tandon, Sanju baba has now donned the role of the male protector.”I know all of these actresses have played the protector, but a father’s protection is always very different. But I had decided long back that for my comeback film had to have a

  • It’s time to say goodbye to Article 370 and Article 35A, says J&K BJP spokesperson

    Jammu: Blaming Article 370 of the Constitution for creation of a “separatist emotion”, the Jammu and Kashmir unit of the BJP said today that the time has come for the people of the state to say goodbye to it and also Article 35 A. Both these articles, instead of being beneficial to the people of the state, have done a great damage and hamper progress and development, claimed J&K BJP spokesperson Prof Virender Gupta.