Free Press Journal
  • Lady Gaga hospitalised after being in ‘severe pain’

    Los Angeles: Singer Lady Gaga has been hospitalised after suffering from severe pain. She also said that she will be unable to perform at the Rock in Rio music festival in Brazil due to her health concerns.

  • Mumbai: Chintan Upadhyay turns teacher in Thane jail, trains inmates to become artists

    Thane: Renowned artist Chintan Upadhyay is an undertrial who is lodged at the Thane jail for his alleged role in the murder of his estranged wife Hema Upadhyay and her lawyer Harish Bhambhani. But a jail can’t contain an artist. Upadhyay is now training fellow inmates to let out the artist inside them.  Upadhyay turning art teacher is part of the jail administration’s effort to give inmates a chance to express themselves

  • Kareena to flaunt Raghavendra Rathore’s new bridal line

    New Delhi: Ace designer Raghavendra Rathore, globally known for his Bandhgalas, is now set to unveil his evening wear collection 2017-2018. The first celebrity to adorn his creation from the new line will be actress Kareena Kapoor Khan.

  • CRPF constable commits suicide in Maharashtra

    Gadchiroli: A 29-year-old jawan of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself with his service weapon here this morning, an official said.

  • Mexico: Hurricane Max makes landfall in Guerrero

    Mexico City: Hurricane Max has made landfall in Mexico’s Guerrero state, weather officials said.  The Category 1 hurricane, which has sustained winds of 130 kph, made landfall at around 4 p.m. on Thursday evening near the town of Pico del Monte, reports Efe news.

  • Blue Whale strikes Pakistani teenagers

    Islamabad, The Blue Whale Challenge has reportedly struck Pakistani teenagers as several have admitted to suffer from severe depression after playing the macabre online game, the health authorities said.

  • Wikipedia page of ‘Judwaa 2’ is damn hilarious. Check it out for yourself

    Varun Dhawan starrer that we all have been waiting for, ‘Judwaa 2’ comes out later this month. The film, that is a remake of 1997 movie ‘Judwaa’ starring Salman Khan, is one of the most awaited films of 2017. But the movie is making news for more hilarious reasons than one. While the movie promises to be a laugh riot, people are already finding it funny and, this time, it is because

  • After ‘Padmavati’, is Shahid Kapoor to be cast in SLB’s next again?

    If all goes well, Shahid Kapoor will be back in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s next, a contemporary love story that the visionary filmmaker is planning next. Apparently the filmmaker is deeply impressed by Shahid’s “skilled, subtle, nuanced and under-understated” performance in Padmavati.

  • Ogilvy & Mather, Lowe Lintas, among others, bag IndIAA awards

    Mumbai: Agencies representing companies like HUL, Nestle, Samsung, Vodafone, Milton etc, won at the recently held IndIAA awards. The awards, which was hosted by India Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA), witnessed attendance of professionals from marketing, advertising and media fraternity.

  • Mumbai: Bandra celebrity tattoo artist assaults doctor, mistaking him for kidnapper

    Mumbai: A Hill Road (Bandra) based celebrity tattoo artist was booked by police for allegedly assaulting a doctor. Apparently, the tattoo artist mistook the doctor for a kidnapper, and allegedly hit the doctor with a bamboo stick, which left the doctor bleeding with severe injuries,

  • Mumbai: Aarey Colony’s most wanted leopard, suspect behind five attacks, finally trapped

    Mumbai: In a massive relief to the residents living in and around Aarey Colony, a leopard, which had ransacked the area and was responsible for four attacks and a death — all involving children — was finally trapped in the early hours of Thursday morning. This gigantic exercise was undertaken by efforts of wildlife experts, volunteers and the Thane forest department and it took around 54 days to complete the task.

  • Google sued for discrimination against women at workplace

    San Francisco, Three former Google employees have filed a class-action lawsuit against the tech giant accusing it of discriminating against women when it came to pay and promotions. According to a report in Fortune late Thursday, the three former employees who served as software engineer, communications specialist and manager, filed the lawsuit that said: “Google pays women in California less than men who perform similar work and assigns female workers jobs that are less

  • Khagragarh blast suspect Burhan Sheikh arrested from Kolkata

    Kolkata: The Special Task Force (STF) of the Kolkata Police has arrested Burhan Sheikh, the absconding suspect in the Khagragarh blast case, from a hideout in the central parts of the city. Acting on a tip-off, the STF arrested Sheikh yesterday from a room of a hotel at B B Ganguly Street, a senior police officer said.

  • Awwdorable! Taimur Ali Khan and Laksshya Kapoor’s play time is a treat to watch

    Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s adorable son Taimur Ali Khan has always been catching everyone’s attention with his cute pictures. He has undoubtedly become one of the most popular star kids of B-town. However, this time, he has been spotted with Tusshar Kapoor’s son Laksshya. Isn’t that interesting?

  • New Delhi’s Connaught Place ranked 10th most expensive office market worldwide

    New York: New Delhi’s Connaught Place has been ranked as the tenth most expensive office market in the world, as revealed by the CBRE South Asia’s Global Prime Office Rents survey. Hailed as the ‘financial and corporate hub’ of the national capital, the Connaught Place secured the tenth spot, with an average prime rent of around USD 110.85 per square feet, as reported by The Real Deal.

  • Ashoke Pandit urges caution on statements given by celebs on foreign soil

    Mumbai: “Celebrities should be sure of what they are speaking, especially on a foreign soil,” says filmmaker Ashoke Pandit citing global star Priyanka Chopra’s latest comment on Sikkim. The ‘Baywatch’ star has courted fresh controversy after calling Sikkim a state ‘troubled with insurgency’ in an interview at the Toronto International Film Festival 2017.

  • Salman Khan’s sister Shweta Rohira gets candid!

    Actor Shweta Rohira, who actor Salman Khan considers as his sister, talks about how she thinks he is the perfect superstar as well as other quirky things about her life.