Free Press Journal
  • Rahul Gandhi at UC Berkeley: From Modi bashing to dynastic politics, all that he spoke about

    Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi addressed student of University of California titled ‘India at 70: Reflections on the Path Forward’ today. His speech sparked a row in India as many comments against him started flowing. He spoke on a variety of topics ranging from India’s transition to a nation, its efforts to incorporate elements of modern nationhood, its success in lifting people out of poverty and its acceptance of democratic values. He concluded

  • Apple iPhone 8, iPhone X launch tonight: All you need to know

    More details about Apple’s supposedly new iPhone models and other products including a refreshed iPod touch have surfaced online ahead of Apple’s event tonight. Apple’s September event will go live at 10.30 PM IST on the Apple website itself and for the fans of the company this will be big one. The iPhone X as it is now being called marks 10 years since the device first launched in January 2007, when

  • Tamil Nadu: Dhinakaran plays down ouster of VK Sasikala

    Madurai (TN): Sidelined AIADMK leader TTV Dinakaran today sought to play down the unified AIADMK’s decision annulling the appointment of his aunt V K Sasikala as party interim chief, indicating court could have a final say on the matter.

  • Now, Akshay Kumar’s brother-in-law Karan Kapadia all set for Bollywood debut

    The war on nepotism is still on in Bollywood. Amidst this, Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar’s brother-in-law Karan Kapadia will be making he Bollywood debut soon. He had earlier assisted Raees director Rahul Dholakia in ‘Society’ when he was just 16. Karan Kapadia is the nephew of Dimple Kapadia, being the son of her sister, the late Simple Kapadia.

  • Watch! Ranveer Singh, Anil Kapoor set the stage on fire at wedding function

    Always high on energy, Ranveer Singh is indeed the life of a party. Recently, Ranveer along with Anil Kapoor attended the wedding festivity of an industrialist’s daughter in London and of course, made it a huge hit. Ranveer hosted the sangeet ceremony with Karan Johar and also set the dance floor on fire with his moves. He also danced to the songs like ‘Tamma Tamma’, ‘Tatad Tatad’ and ‘DJ Wale Babu’ and

  • Overview of ‘Make in India’ Automotive Sector Report 2016

    The automotive sector has been seen as a bellwether of the economic activity of the country for many years now. A clear indicator of the growth in standards of living as well as one of the most important components of the manufacturing sector growth, the auto industry in among the largest in the world. To that end, successive governments have also done their bits to encourage the industry since it is one

  • Must have accessories for your new car

    So, now you have bought your spanking new car and have driven a few miles and are wondering how you can keep this beauty in ship shape for the time to come. Also, every time you pass a well decorated automobile accessory shop, you wonder what are the accessories that you should buy for your vehicle.

  • Amitabh Bachchan remembers Rituparno Ghosh

    Mumbai: Amitabh Bachchan remembered Rituparno Ghosh, one of India’s most versatile filmmakers in the post-Satyajit Ray generation, and the megastar says “he left too soon”.

  • Delhi Metro briefly runs with a gate open

    New Delhi: A metro train, packed with commuters, made its way across two stations on Yellow Line today, with one of its gates open.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launched in India at Rs 67,900

    New Delhi: In a bid to make further dent in Apple’s market share in India as the Cupertino-based tech giant prepared to launch new flagship devices in the US, Samsung on Tuesday launched its premium Galaxy Note8 device with ‘Bixby’ digital assistant and an enhanced ‘S Pen’ in the country at Rs 67,900.

  • A R Rahman says, Musicians are winners, not losers

    Mumbai: Filmmakers usually show the rags to riches story in biopics of sports personalities, but music maestro A R Rahman says he fails to understand why musicians are often depicted as losers on the big screen. Rahman feels people are only interested in making biopics on musicians, who have led a tragic life.

  • Actress Jyothika: Challenge to make female-centric films and earn profits

    Chennai: Actress Jyothika, who will be seen playing a documentary filmmaker in forthcoming Tamil drama “Magalir Mattum”, says it’s a challenge to make female-centric films with the hope of earning profits in a male-dominated industry. Having made a smashing comeback to acting with the 2015 Tamil drama “36 Vayadhinile”, Jyothika is eagerly looking forward to the release of “Magalir Mattum”.

  • Delhi High Court gives go-ahead to DU to declare Presidential poll result

    New Delhi, The Delhi High Court has given a go-ahead to the Delhi University to declare the results for the post of President in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) election which is being held today. The counting of votes is scheduled for tomorrow.The High Court’s order came on a plea by the University seeking modification of its September 8 interim order by which it had allowed National Students Union of India (NSUI) presidential

  • Mumbai: Girl abducted 16 years ago, pushed into sex trade; woman held

    Thane: The police have arrested a 44-year-old woman for allegedly kidnapping a newborn girl around 16 years ago and later pushing her into flesh trade. The anti-human trafficking cell of the district rural police on Sunday evening carried out a raid at a house in the district’s Mira Road area where they found the girl along with two men in a room, Kashimira police station’s senior inspector Vilas Sanap said. The woman,

  • Student rescued from suspected Blue Whale game

    Balasore: A student of industrial Training Institute (ITI) was admitted to hospital for his alleged involvement with the deadly online Blue WhaleChallenge game, police said today. On getting information from the principal of the government-run institution about abnormal behaviour of the student, police yesterday got the 17-year-old student admitted to hospital, a police official said. There was no sign of any self-inflicted injury in his body, though he appeared to have been

  • Smriti Irani on Rahul Gandhi: Failed Dynast spoke about his failed political journeys in US

    New Delhi: Union Minister Smriti Irani on Tuesday unleashed a tirade against Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and asserted that latter highlighting the fact that the grand old party donned arrogance in 2012 under the helm of her mother Sonia Gandhi and hence lost elections is a huge political confession.