Free Press Journal
  • Did Simi Garewal take a dig at Karan Johar on Twitter?

    Karan Johar has been in controversies for many reasons and he made headlines for nepotism remark. The word fight with Kangna sparked the controversy and social media was flooded with hate comments for Karan and now he is in a new controversy with Simi Garewal and will have to deal with, in the coming days. Karan recently attended the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne and also earned kudos for his achievements from

  • Doklam Stanoff: China chides Japan for supporting India

    Beijing: China on Friday told Japan not to make “random” comments on the Sino-Indian border stand-off even if it wants to support New Delhi. Japan has rallied behind India over the dragging feud at Doklam, with its envoy Kenji Hiramatsu saying that the region is disputed and Tokyo understands why New Delhi got embroiled in it.

  • Several immigrant camps in Paris evacuated

    Paris: French police and social services authorities on Friday evacuated several camps, housing more than 1,000 immigrants, in Porte de la Chapelle, Paris.

  • Religion No Bar! 7 Muslim Bollywood actors who adopted Hindu screen names

    Bollywood is the place where there is no discrimination in religion, caste and creed. It is open for all. The industry has seen a whole lot of stars going in for change of name as their original names were either old-fashioned or unattractive. To avoid clashes with other star names and make it more trendy and catchy, some actors and actresses went on to change their names completely. Some actors being Hindus

  • U-17 World Cup: In a first, FIFA appoints female referees

    New Delhi: With only two months to go before the FIFA U-17 World Cup kicks off, the FIFA Referees Committee has appointed 21 trios of match officials, representing all six confederations.

  • Prabhas joins the sets of ‘Saaho’

    Hyderabad: After spending five years of his career on the “Baahubali” franchise, actor Prabhas has now joined the upcoming multi-lingual action film “Saaho”.

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    Delhi: Woman executive molested in five-star, sacked for complaining to HR

    New Delhi: A security manager of a five-star hotel was today arrested for allegedly molesting a 33-year-old woman employee and attempting to disrobe her. The arrest in the July 30 complaint filed by the woman came as a CCTV footage of the alleged incident was aired by TV channels in which the accused is purportedly seen trying to pull the woman’s sari.

  • Bose Dead or Alive trailer: Watch it for Rajkummar Rao

    Bose Dead/Alive’s trailer just arrived and we can’t wait to see what Rajkummar Rao has brought to this web series. Within the minutes of launch, the trailer has garnered the attention of fans. The trailer begins with a voiceover which says, “The world thinks Bose is dead”.

  • Crowdfunding campaign launched to save 1,000 years old theatre art

    New Delhi: To preserve the centuries old theatre art form of Koodiyattam, a recently launched crowdfunding campaign seeks to fund the training of a new generation of artists in the art form. The campaign is aimed at protecting the art form from dying out for want of patronage and interest in the modern world.

  • Breaking: Riya Sen ties the knot with Shivam Tewari in a private ceremony

    The Bengali-Hindi actress Riya Sen has taken many by a surprise with reports of her tying the knot with beau Shivam Tewari doing the rounds. According to them, the actress went on to marry her long-time boyfriend in a hush-hush ceremony in Pune amidst the blessings and best wishes of parents and loved ones.

  • Rohingya refugees says Kill us here but don’t send us back

    Hyderabad: Anxiety is writ large on the faces of over 3,800 Rohingya Muslims living in this city amid reports that the Indian government is planning to deport them. They say they prefer to die here rather than return to Myanmar, where they face persecution. Having lived here for over five years now, the refugees say they would not like to return to their native country to be slaughtered. They have appealed to the

  • Infosys expresses gratitude to Vishal Sikka for his leadership

    Bengaluru: At its board meeting held today, the Board of Directors of Infosys Limited accepted Vishal Sikka’s resignation as the Managing Director and CEO, effective immediately. In a statement, the Infosys said that in his notice of resignation to the Board, Sikka reiterated his belief in the great potential of Infosys, but cited, among his reasons for leaving, a continuous stream of distractions and disruptions over the recent months and quarters, increasingly personal and