Free Press Journal
  • Arun Jaitley chairs high-level meeting on economy

    New Delhi: A high-level meeting chaired by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley got underway here on Tuesday evening to review the economic situation and discuss measures, including a possible stimulus package, to be taken amidst an economic slowdown.

  • Does Bipasha Basu called John Abraham an assh*le?

    Bipasha Basu is happily married to Karan Singh Grover and their social media photos tell all. Bipasha was in a relationship with actors like john Abraham and Dino Morea but her relationship with John was quite popular in Bollywood and they were in headlines many times. Bipasha Basu and John Abraham were in a committed relationship for almost nine years before they split. No John is married to Priya Runchal and happily

  • ‘Honest’ thieves return booty with a piece of advice

    Mangaluru: In a bizarre incident, a group of men broke into a house at Adumaroli near here and stole 99 sovereigns (792 grams) of gold ornaments and cash, only to return two days later with the booty and a piece of advice.

  • Sunny Leone’s new song ‘Loca Loca’ will make you dance

    New song of the hot actress Sunny Leone Loca Loca is out and the song has not skin show. As the number starts, you see a plush club with too many people but what we really like is that there is a very less level of objectification of women in this dance number. No skin show basically. But it is just the cute face of Sunny taking over the screen. Another plus

  • Sunny Leone’s condom ad spark protest in Surat

    Sunny Leone has sparked another controversy after her condom ads were removed from Goa public bus, yes, the ads were removed from the bus after the complain and now the same issue is raised in Surat, a hoarding of a condom ad in Surat reads as ‘Aa Navratrie Ramo Parantu Prem this (This Navratri, play, but with love) the commissioner of police have ordered to remove the hoardings.

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    2 MP Krishi Upaj Mandi officials arrested for accepting bribe

    Indore: The Madhya Pradesh Lokayukta police today arrested a secretary and assistant sub inspector (ASI) of Krishi Upaj Mandi in Manawar town of Dhar district while allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 40,000 from a trader.

  • Benedict Cumberbatch ok with a Ms Sherlock Holmes

    British star Benedict Cumberbatch leaped to the defense of Jodie Whittaker, who has been cast as the first female Doctor in BBC sci-fi series “Doctor Who”, and said he would be fine if a woman steps into the role of famous sleuth Sherlock Holmes. The 41-year-old actor, who has been playing Sherlock since 2010, said gender of the actor does not matter to him if the performance is up to the mark

  • Taylor Swift faces copyright lawsuit, yet again

    Singer Taylor Swift is refuting a new lawsuit claiming that her lyrics for the 2014 single “Shake It Off” are unoriginal.”This is a ridiculous claim and nothing more than a money grab. The law is simple and clear. They do not have a case,” Swift’s representative tells in a response against songwriters Sean Hall and Nathan Butler.

  • Abhinav can’t keep his camera off Zareen

    While shooting for their forthcoming musical suspense thriller Aksar 2 in Mauritius, actor Abhinav Shukla couldn’t keep his hands off his camera and kept clicking co-star Zareen Khan’s pics.

  • Sarika is Mrs Kabaadiwala

    National award-winning actress Sarika plays rag picker for the 1st time in film Mr Kabaadi which is Om Puri’s last film. Written and directed by Om Puri’s first wife Seema Kapoor, Mr. Kabaadi is a satirical comedy that shows what happens when a ‘kabaadiwala’ or a scrap dealer becomes rich.

  • A perfect year for Rajkummar Rao

    With three films out this year, actor Rajkummar Rao seems to have everything in his favour, writes Nikita Wadhawan

  • Suu Kyi rebuffs foreign criticism of Rohingya crisis

    Naypyidaw: Aung San Suu Kyi said today she does not fear global scrutiny over the Rohingya crisis, pledging to hold rights violators to account but refusing to blame the military for violence that has driven some 421,000 of the Muslim minority out of her country.