Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Building in Mumbra leans onto the neighbouring building, residents evacuated in nick of time

    Mumbai: After tragic South Bombay’s Hussaini building crash, another building almost crashed. The residents of Mumbra’s Noorani building were saved in the nick of time. The Mumbra building leaned onto the adjoining structure for support, the residents of the building were asked to vacate the building. The Noorani Mahal building in Thakurpada is a ground-plus-four-storeyed structure comprising 15 flats and eight shops.

  • The mystery behind Kettan Singh’s name

    Actor Kettan Singh is currently portraying three different characters in Siddharth Kumar Tewary and Rahul Kumar Tewary’s (Swastik Productions) newly launched show Shankar Jai Kishen 3 In 1. Perhaps for the time on Indian television an actor is essaying three different roles in the same show.

  • Serena Williams gives birth to baby girl in Florida

    Washington: US tennis star Serena Williams has given birth to a baby girl at a clinic in Florida, the media reported.  Williams, 35, whose partner is Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, 34, was admitted to the St. Mary’s Medical Centre in West Palm Beach on Wednesday, reports the BBC.

  • Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorist involved in murder of Lt Umar Fayaz killed in encounter

    Kulgam: A Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist, who was gunned down by the 62 Rashtriya Rifle (RR) and the Special Operations Group (SOG) at Tantripora village of Kulgam district this morning, has been identified as Ishfaq Padder, who was involved in the killing of Lieutenant Umar Fayaz.

  • It’s Official! Salman Khan replaces Saif Ali Khan in ‘Race 3’

    Mumbai: Saif Ali Khan who is popular for his role of Ranveer in two installments of Race franchise has reportedly been replaced by superstar Salman Khan. Yes, news has been confirmed by producer Ramesh Taurani that the franchise will move ahead without Saif, and Salman will play the lead instead for the third installment.

  • US, South Korea discuss coordinated response against North Korea: White House

    Washington: The US and South Korea today vowed to strengthen their alliance through defence cooperation to fight the threats posed by North Korea with President Donald Trump giving a “conceptual approval” to sell Seoul American military equipment worth billions of dollars.

  • Hurricane Harvey death toll increases to 46

    Washington: The death toll in the catastrophic hurricane Harvey that lashed through the US state of Texas has increased to 46, the media reported.  Meanwhile, Houston and other areas hit by record flooding are starting to enter the recovery phase.

  • REVEALED: First look of Dulquer Salmaan and Irrfan Khan starrer ‘Karwan’

    Just a few days ago we had reported that Dulquer Salmaan will be making his big Bollywood debut. The South star, who already has a massive fan following across the globe, will share screen space with the talented award winning star Irrfan Khan in a film titled Karwan. As for the film Karwan, reportedly, the film has already gone on floor in Ooty. In fact, we recently came across this video on

  • Travel ban: People denied entry to US can reapply

    Washington: People denied entry to the US under President Donald Trump’s first travel ban can now reapply for visas following a legal settlement reached in a federal court.

  • Swap ministers-journalists post, as latter are speaking like former: Congress

    New Delhi: Criticizing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the recent cabinet reshuffling, the Congress party said that the Government should make its ministers journalists and appoint journalists as ministers as the journalists are speaking like ministers. Calling the swapping of Minister-Journalists post as the “best reshuffle,” Congress leader Sandeep Dixit said that the Government wasn’t able to do anything in these three years and nothing new is to be expected out

  • Bhopal: Muslims rue loss of old charm of Eid-ul-Adha

    Bhopal: Muslims of the city of lakes will celebrate Eid-ul-Adha, a festival of sacrifice on Saturday. Considered holier than Eid-ul-Fitr, it is also known as Sacrifice Feast.

  • Sacrifice of cow, ox, buffalo, camel on Bakr-Eid will invite Gangster Act in Uttar Pradesh’s Sambhal

    Sambhal: The Gangsters Act would be invoked against those who sacrifice cow, ox, buffalo and camel as ‘Qurbani’ on Bakr-Eid, which starts from September 2 and will last till September 4, strictly ordered the local authorities in Sambhal on Friday. Speaking to ANI on the same, SDM Sambhal Rashid Khan said, “I have passed the order that in the time of Bakr-Id, from Septemeber 2 to Septemebr 4, no cow, buffalo, ox

  • Bhopal: Tight vigil, security arrangements in place ahead of festivals

    Bhopal: Police have beefed up security in view of Eid across the state as people in many districts have submitted memorandum expressing resentment against slaughter of animals in public during this weekend’s Eid celebration. Police department is all geared up to ensure peaceful completion of Dol Gyaras and Eid-ul-Adha, both falling on Saturday.

  • Bhopal: ‘Will forge strategy in consultation with workers’

    Bhopal: The BJP has started preparing the strategy for wresting Chhindwara, Guna and Ratlam Lok Sabha constituencies from the Congress, even though assembly elections in the state are still more than a year away. Swatantradev Singh, minister for transport in the UP government has been made in-charge of the three constituencies.

  • PM Modi government not eligible, have failed to deliver to people of India: NCP

    New Delhi: Slamming Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s move of shuffling its cabinet, Congress said that the PM Modi-led Government shows they are not eligible and have failed to deliver to the people of India. “If you fail the people, they will replace the government,” Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Nawab Malik told ANI.

  • Bhopal: Traders keep shutters down to protest crackdown against encroachments

    Bhopal: The recent crackdown of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) on the encroachments at New Market area has gone down well with the traders and shopkeepers. The New Market Traders Association on Friday observed a bandh and pull down their shutters to protest against action of the civic body. The shopkeepers, after few hours, called off bandh and returned to their work on assurance of Mayor Alok Sharma.

  • horoscope

    Daily Horoscope for Saturday, September 2, 2017

    Aries:- On the career front, get ready for a fast-paced career extending. You will find a way through recent problems that will boost your confidence.