Free Press Journal
  • India, Myanmar sign three agreements, five MoUs to strengthen multifaceted partnership

    Nay Pyi Taw: India and Myanmar on Wednesday signed five Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) and three agreements in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar to strengthen the multifaceted partnership between the two countries. Following are the agreements and MoUs signed between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Myanmar’s State Counsellor and de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi:

  • ‘Brotherhood’ actor says honoured to work with Karan Grover

    Mumbai: Lee Charles, who has worked in Hollywood films like “Brotherhood”, “Dracula Untold”, “Final Score” and “Accident Man”, says he is honoured to work with Bollywood actor Karan Singh Grover. Charles shared a photograph of himself with Karan, who was seen sporting a nose ring.

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    15 killed during immersion of Ganesh idols in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Fifteen people died during idol immersion proceedings this Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra, as thousands of devotees bid adieu to the elephant-headed God in various corners of the state. Till last night, 11 deaths were reported across the state. The figure rose to 15 today, officials at the state police headquarters here said. Three persons drowned during Ganesh idol immersion in the Shivani lake near Bidkin in Aurangabad district yesterday, while four

  • Salman Khan all ripped up for ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’

    New Delhi: It seems like Salman Khan is all geared up for his upcoming movie ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’. Director Ali Abbas Zafar took to Twitter to share a new still from the film which is a visual delight for any Salman fan.

  • DACA: All you need to know about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or more commonly known as DACA is an American immigration policy founded by the 44th president of the America Barack Obama in June 2012. DACA allows certain illegal immigrants who entered the country as minors, to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and eligibility for a work permit.

  • US Open 2017: Sania Mirza-Peng Shuai eye semi-final berth

    New York: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Chinese partner Peng Shuai will aim to book their place in the semi-finals of the US Open when they head into the last-eight clash of the women’s doubles event here on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai: Police saves man from committing suicide

    Thane, The Thane rural police has saved the life a of 21-year-old man, who allegedly tried to commit suicide by jumping into Versova creek in Bhayander here.

  • Journalist Gauri Lankesh’s last rites to be conducted in Bengaluru

    Bengaluru, The last rites of senior Kannada weekly tabloid editor and social activist Gauri Lankesh, who was shot dead the night before, will be conducted on Wednesday in Bengaluru, her family said. “Gauri’s last rites will be held at Chamrajpet Cemetery in the city,” her brother Indrajit Lankesh told reporters here on Wednesday at the Victoria Hospital, where her post-mortem was being conducted.

  • Pia Bajpai: Didn’t have qualms about shaving head for ‘Abhiyum Anuvum’

    Chennai: Actress Pia Bajpai, who will next be seen in upcoming Tamil-Malayalam bilingual “Abhiyum Anuvum”, says she didn’t hesitate to tonsure her head for the sake of her character because the story demanded it. Pia is paired with Tovino Thomas in the film.

  • Ace Designer Amit Sachdeva launches new Handloom Collection ‘Serendipity’

    Celebrating the ethos of India Ace Designer Amit Sachdeva launches his new collection celebrating new Handloom collection ‘Serendipity’ under ‘Has- Handlooms by Amit Sachdeva’. A tribute to the weavers of India, Amit’s new handloom collection resurrects the handloom fabric, making it chic and fashionable for the upcoming festive season.

  • Cricketer Snehal Pradhan to support film on women’s cricket

    Chennai: Former Indian cricketer Snehal Pradhan, who has played five One- Day Internationals for India, has come forward to offer her expertise for an upcoming yet-untitled Tamil film on women’s cricket.

  • ‘Bhoomi’ starring Sanjay Dutt, Aditi Rao Hydari have fun on ‘The Drama Company’

    As Omung Kumar’s revenge drama ‘Bhoomi’ starring Sanjay Dutt and Aditi Rao Hydari nears its release date, the team of the film are on a promotional spree. Recently, the on-screen father-daughter duo along with their director and film’s villain Sharad Kelkar visited the sets of Sony’s ‘The Drama Company’.

  • New app can replace ultrasound to measure heart health

    New York, Want to know how healthy your heart is? Now there is an app for that. Researchers have shown that the camera on your smartphone can noninvasively provide detailed information about your heart’s health. With this app, what used to require a 45-minute scan from an ultrasound machine can now be accomplished by simply holding your phone up to your neck for a minute or two, according to a study published in the Journal