Free Press Journal
  • Raghuram-Rajan

    I may have resigned if note ban was thrust: Raghuram Rajan

    New Delhi: Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Thursday that he would have resigned if the demonetisation decision was thrust on him but made it clear that the government can bypass the central bank if it wants to push ahead with such a decision.

  • Photos: Shahid Kapoor celebrate Mira Rajput’s birthday, Misha digging in the cake

    Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor celebrated his wife’s birthday in his backyard, yes the photo of the birthday is going viral and we can see the adorable Misha digging in the cake. From the pictures shared by Shahid on Instagram, the celebration took place in the backyard of their house with just the three of them together. Aww…isn’t it cute?

  • 24 more newborns die in MP district hospital

    Bhopal: A hospital in Vidisha in Madhya Pradesh has reported death of 24 newborns — adding to the recent spate of infant deaths that took place in different parts of the country.

  • Kriti Sanon becomes first Indian Brand Ambassador of Education New Zealand

    Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon, who holds a degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering, was on Friday announced brand ambassador of Education New Zealand. The move is aimed at strengthening bilateral educational ties between India and New Zealand. Kriti will drive the initiative aimed to attract aspiring students who are looking for a successful career overseas, read a statement. Kriti Sanon has seen a hit in “”Bareilly Ki Barfi” and a flop in “Raabta”,

  • Mumbai: Social activist Anjali Damania lodged an FIR against senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse

    Social activist and former AAP leader Anjali Damania had lodged an FIR against former BJP minister Eknath Khadse accusing him of making an “obscene remark” against her at a public rally. A section 509 of IPC has been charged on him. 509 is for to Word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman.—Whoever, intending to insult the modesty of any woman, utters any word, makes any sound or

  • Radhika Apte’s working birthday

    Actor Radhika Apte kick-started the shoot for her upcoming web series for Netflix on her birthday. The actress has a working birthday every year and this year was no different as she is started gearing up for first Indian Netflix original series.

  • India is the love of Sonnenblick’s life

    American actor Edward Sonnenblick will be exploring Indian culture and its diversity with the “Indipedia” TV show. He says India is the love of his life, and there is “nowhere else” he would rather live except for this country.

  • Not just Gauri Lankesh, these 10 journalists’ killing questions the safety of the profession in India

    Senior journalist, editor, and activist Gauri Lankesh was killed by unidentified assailants at the doorstep of her Bengaluru residence on Tuesday evening, September 5. She was found dead with four bullets wounds on her head and chest. Out of the seven bullets fired at her, three hit her. Lankesh was the Editor of Gauri Lankesh Patrike and would often write against Sangh organisations and communal violence in India. In November 2016, she was

  • Banderas is Pablo Picasso in ‘Genius’ new season

    Antonio Banderas is all set to return to the small screen.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Hollywood veteran tapped to top line the second season of National Geographic scripted anthology ‘Genius’.

  • Suparn’s fan moment with Rekha

    Filmmaker Suparn Verma, who recently showcased his latest web series, Yo Ke Hua Bro at a special screening, says life has come a full circle for him, as it was attended by the legendary actress Rekha with whom he has worked in the movie, Aastha (1997).

  • Alia Bhatt is championing a cause for street dogs

    Actor Alia Bhatt has taken up a cause very close to her heart. The actress has joined the Coexist campaign for the welfare of street cats and dogs, which has started a denim donation drive across different cities in India.

  • Leverage Technology to Fill the Healthcare Gaps in India : CII-Deloitte Report

    According to a report prepared by CII-Deloitte, the medical technology sector, which is presently valued at USD 4.9 billion is growing at a CAGR of 17% will be a force multiplier in covering the healthcare gaps in India. However, with a per capita consumption of USD 3, the market is untapped and efforts to unbundle the huge market will reduce considerably India’s dependence on imports and over a period of time create

  • 300 Sikh, Hindu students displaced after school closure in Pak

    Peshawar: About 300 students, mostly from the Sikh and Hindu communities, were displaced after a private school was shut down over a tenancy dispute in Peshawar, the capital of Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.