Free Press Journal
  • Now, anyone can nominate a person for Padma awards online till September 15

    New Delhi: Till September 15, anyone can nominate any person for the prestigious Padma Awards for the year 2018, with the government laying stress on honouring the unsung heroes. The nominations or recommendations for the awards can be received online only on the portal www.padmaawards.gov.in designed by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

  • Niddhi Agrewal’s open letter on failure of Munna Michael

    Last month I made my Bollywood debut in Munna Michael. What I never imagined was that a movie release could teach me so much about myself while also offering a crash course on how to deal with Bollywood and the world around us. My opinions, thoughts and experiences may make no difference to anyone. But I am sure I’m not the only young person in pursuit of a dream trying to figure

  • Nawaz Sharif, sons fail to appear before anti-corruption body

    Lahore: Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his two sons today failed to appear before the top anti-graft body, which wanted to interrogate them over money laundering and corruption charges revealed by the Panama Papers.
    On July 28, a five-member Supreme Court bench disqualified Sharif from continuing in his office for possessing a work permit at the firm of his son in the UAE.

  • Indian government sends notice to 21 phone manufacturers citing security concerns

    Indian government had issued a notice to leading phone manufactures. The Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has sent notices of complaint to 21 domestic and foreign mobile phone manufacturers, including Chinese brands Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi and Gionee, regarding security concerns.

  • Wriddhiman Saha: Some felt Anil bhai was strict but not me

    Kolkata: Some of his teammates may have considered Anil Kumble “strict” but India’s Test wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha never felt that about the former coach, who quit after a bitter fallout with skipper Virat Kohli.

  • Birthday Gift for fans! Sachin to return to direction, Supriya to produce film

    Sachin Pilgaonkar and his wife Supriya Pilgaonkar has same birth date, so the duo celebrated there bash yesterday on 17th August where Sachin turned 60 years-old where as Supriya looks extremely beautiful in her age. On The special occasion Sachin’s next directorial venture was announced, to be produced by his wife Supriya Pilgaonkar, Joe Rajan and Vajir Singh. Sachin returns to direction after four years. The film will star Abhinav Berde, Sachin’s dear friend

  • Govind Namdev: I am really eager to portray Hitler

    Versatile actor Govind Namdev, known for his grey roles in Bollywood movies like Singham, OMG- Oh My God, and much more recently spoke about his upcoming movies, dream role, and new generation actors.  

  • Deepa Malik appeals for Khel Ratna Award, gets Haryana CM’s backing

    New Delhi: Ignored for this year’s Khel Ratna award, Rio Paralympics silver-medallist Deepa Malik and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar have requested the Sports Ministry to reconsider her case but the government is unlikely to accept their “appeal”. The award selection panel has recommended javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia, the gold medal winner at the 2016 Rio Paralympics, and former hockey captain Sardar Singh for Khel Ratna.

  • Barcelona attack: Victims came from various nationalities

    Barcelona: The dead and injured in Thursday’s terror attack in Barcelona were of many nationalities including citizens of the US, Britain, China and Pakistan, according to the Catalonian region’s Interior Ministry.

  • Election Commissioner claims winning at all cost now ‘normal’ in politics

    The Election Commission has stated that winning the elections at all cost, without ethics, is a new normal in politics. Yes! it was barely ten days when the Election Commission used it’s special powers to reject votes cast by two rebel Congress MLAs in the Gujarat Rajya Sabha polls and now Election Commissioner Om Prakash Rawat spoke out against the “creeping new normal of political morality”.

  • Trump has not shown ‘competence’ needed to lead nation: Bob Corker

    Washington: A powerful Republican Senator has questioned the competency of Donald Trump saying that he has not demonstrated the “stability” or “competence” necessary to effectively lead the country, days after the president made controversial comments about the racist violence in Virginia.

  • Strike effect: Amitabh Bachchan’s KBC shoot with Kapil Sharma cancelled

    Yet another shoot of Kapil Sharma had to be cancelled. The FWICE (Federation of Western India Cine Employees) strike seems to have affected the shooting of many TV shows and films. And the latest to hit by the strike is Amitabh Bachchan’s game show Kaun Banega Crorepati.