Free Press Journal
  • Vaani Kapoor’s tryst with failure

    The actor belives in quality over quantity er last film Befikre could not do wonders at the box office, but actor Vaani Kapoor says she is fine with it as failure and success are part of life.

  • Railways accidents become continuing story in three years of NDA Govt.: Congress

    New Delhi: After the Government yesterday suspended four railway officials and sent Northern Railway General Manager R.N. Kulshrestha on leave in Utkal train derailment tragedy in Muzaffarnagar, the Congress Party on Monday said that the railways accident has become the continuing story in the last three years of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government. “We are not at all satisfied. In last three years of this NDA Government, 27 major accidents took place

  • Thousands celebrate at India Day Parade in New York

    New York: Thousands of people from the Indian diaspora converged in the heart of New York in their traditional finery to celebrate India’s 71st Independence Dayat one of the largest parades outside India attended by’Baahubali’ actors Rana Daggubati and Tamannaah Bhatia. The 37th India Day Parade organised by the Federation ofIndian Associations – New York, New Jersey, Connecticut – ranthrough several streets in Madison Avenue in Manhattanyesterday and featured tableaux by several

  • FPJ Special: ‘Re-imagining Mumbai’ to find solutions for cleaner, less congested city

    With the passing of time, concerns around congestion and waste management for the financial city continues to grow. Despite various infrastructure projects—some that have been completed and some in inception— there is ​little relief. There is lot more that needs to be addressed which will be discussed at the upcoming discussion titled ‘Re-imagining Mumbai – cleaner and less congested’ which will be held in IMC Chambers, Churchgate on August 22, 2017.

  • Searches on at New Delhi station after bomb call

    New Delhi: The New Delhi Railway station authorities along with railway police are carrying out searches in all trains arriving and departing the station following a bomb call on Monday.  The call was received at 4.10 a.m. and said the bomb was placed inside one of the trains at the station, a senior railway official said.  The Government Railway Police (GRP) and the Railway Protection Force (RPF) along with the dog squad

  • horoscope

    Your daily horoscope- 21 August by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Those in garments, jewellery business will see good profits. Information and knowledge about your profession is necessary to get good position in your sector.

  • US-South joint drills begin amid North Korea tensions

    Seoul, South Korea and the United States began annual war games today, US Forces Korea said, amid heated warnings by Pyongyang that the exercises will worsen tensions in the region. Tens of thousands of troops are taking part in the “Ulchi Freedom Guardian” joint military drills, a largely computer- simulated exercise that runs for two weeks in the South.

  • Utkal Express derailment: Railways cracks whip, 4 suspended, 3 sent on leave

    Muzaffarnagar/New Delhi: The government on Sunday suspended four Northern Railway officials and sent its General Manager on leave after authorities admitted to negligence that may have led to the derailment of the Kalinga Utkal Express train in Uttar Pradesh which claimed 22 lives.

  • Donald Trump to address nation on US engagement in Afghan, South Asia

    Washington: President Donald Trump will address the US troops and the nation on his plans for Afghanistan and South Asia, the White House has said. “President Donald J Trump will address our nations troops and the American people tomorrow night at 9:00 pm (EDT)from Fort Myer in Arlington, VA, to provide an update on the path forward for America’s engagement in Afghanistan and south Asia,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said

  • Mumbai rain pictures: Heavy rains lash city, expect more flooding today

    Mumbai: It was a wet Sunday for Mumbaikars and the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning saying heavy rainfall is expected over the next two days. The BMC has also sounded a high tide alert in Mumbai and have asked people to stay away from the sea in the afternoon.

  • Comedy legend Jerry Lewis dies at 91

    Los Angeles: American actor and comic legend Jerry Lewis who wielded unparalleled green-light power at Paramount in the 1960s, died Sunday. He was 91. Lewis, who teamed with Dean Martin in the 1950s, died at 9:15 a.m. at his home in Las Vegas, citing a statement from Lewis’ family, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Congress demands proof on Arun Jaitley’s demonetisation claim

    New Delhi: A day after Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley claimed that demonetisation has left Maoists and separatists in Jammu and Kashmir fund starved, the Congress party on Monday said the he should not make such assumptions without any basis or concrete proof. Speaking to ANI, Congress leader P.C. Chacko said the Finance minister should give some definite proof to prove his claim.

  • Ballia rape: Dalits, women being tortured in BJP government, says BSP

    New Delhi/Kolkata: After a 16-year-old minor girl was allegedly gang-raped by eight men including a police constable in Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia on Sunday night, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) cornered the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) saying that the Dalits, women and poor people are being tortured in their regime.