Free Press Journal
  • Preserve the spirit of universal brotherhood: Mamata Banerjee

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today urged people to preserve the spirit of universal brotherhood on the United Nation’s International Day of Peace. “Let us preserve the spirit of universal brotherhoodon this @UN International Day of Peace,” Banerjee wrote on herTwitter handle this morning.

  • Mumbai: Angry passengers stage rail roko at Chembur station over train delays, see pics

    Mumbai: On Thursday, the passengers of Harbour line got down on the tracks at Chembur station to protest delay in local train services. Reportedly, due to this protest, the up and down routes of the Harbour line had to been completely stopped. Currently, Railway Police Force is trying to remove the angry passengers from the railway tracks. However, due to this rail road protest, the entire schedule of the harbour line has collapsed.

  • Navratri 2017: Devoleena to Yuvika Chaudhary share ideas to look stylish this festival!

    Navratri brings along nine nights of fun and fashion. Everyone prefers to look glamorous and want to be beautifully dressed to stand out every single day of the festival. We firmly believe in leaving no stone unturned especially when it comes to looking your best for every occasion. We compiled popular television actresses idea for you to rock the season while making a fabulous style statement.

  • Navratri 2017: What and why to offer bhog

    Navratri in Sanskrit translates to ‘Nine nights’. These nine nights are dedicated to the nine forms of Goddess Durga known as Navdurga. On each of these nights, nine different manifestations of the Goddess is worshipped. The nine forms of Durga are Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandarghanta, Kushmanda, Skand Mata, Katyayani, Kaalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri. These goddesses are pleased with special offerings, called as bhog, that has their own significance. Here is a day-wise list of

  • OMG! Is Sara Ali Khan already throwing tantrums on Kedarnath sets?

    Mumbai: Amrita Singh and Saif Ali Khan’s daughter Sara Ali Khan is debuting in Bollywood with Abhishek Kapoor film ‘Kedarnath’. The film also stars Sushant Singh Rajput in the lead role. The shooting of the film has just begun in Uttarakhand, and it is being reported that Sara is throwing tantrum on the sets, and is also regularly coming late for shooting.

  • Mumbai crime: Man poison’s family food, kills himself

    Mumbai: In a case of extreme barbarity and cruelty, a man not only killed himself, but also tried to kill his entire family. The said incident happened, a day after two members of a Nalasopara-based family died of poisoning while two others had to be admitted to a hospital for treatment for the same reason. The police found that one of the deceased, Manish Singh (30), fed poison to the other three family members

  • Hot Kiss ! Bruna Abdullah spotted locking lips with her husband passionately in Mauritius

    Despite doing miniscule roles and very few item numbers, that too few and far between, Bruna Abdullah has been noticed. There’s something irresistible about this hottie that has made her a famous name. We are not surprised at all that her Instagram handle has more than three lakh followers. After all, her pictures are extremely hot and showcase her sex appeal in all its glory.

  • Pakistan prime minister sees zero role for India in Afghanistan

    New York: Pakistan sees “zero” political or military role for India in Afghanistan, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said today, weeks after US President Donald Trump sought more help from New Delhi to bring peace and stability in the war-torn country.

  • US to give $32million in aid to Rohingya Muslims

    New York: The US will provide a humanitarian aid package worth $32 million to the Rohingya Muslim minority who have fled violence in Myanmar and crossed into neighbouring Bangladesh, the State Department announced. The funding “reflects the US commitment to help address the unprecedented magnitude of suffering and urgent humanitarian needs of the Rohingya people,” said the State Department’s Acting Assistant Secretary Simon Henshaw on Wednesday at the ongoing UN General Assembly

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    Daily Horoscope for Thursday, September 21, 2017

    Aries: Look out and try to correct your minute mistakes as it may turn bigger in the near future while working on your projects. Don’t be impatient when you are not making money.

  • Google acquires HTC’s Pixel team for $1.1bn

    San Francisco, Ending months of speculations, Google on Thursday announced to acquire part of the Taiwan-based HTC Corporation’s mobile division team for $1.1 billion. Certain HTC employees – many of whom are working with Google to develop its Pixel smartphones – will join the US tech giant. However, HTC will continue onward with its own smartphone business even after sending a good portion of its talent and operations over to Google.

  • Ujjain: Poshan ahaar mela, a way to spread nutrition awareness among women

    Ujjain: To fight the menace of malnutrition amongst women and children, the Integrated Child Development Service department conducted the ‘poshan ahaar mela’ on Wednesday. The purpose of the event was to provide holistic knowledge to women about making nutritious food.

  • Ujjain: Navratri begins today, temples all set to receive devotees

    Ujjain: Navratri will begin on Thursday with ‘ghat sthapana’ in the morning, in all temples dedicated to Goddess Durga. Chamunda Mata temple which sees heavy influx of devotees on all nine days has been decorated attractively for the festival. Harsiddhi Shaktipeeth, Chaubis Khamba Mata, Nagarkot ki Rani and Gadhkalika temples have also been adorned with lighting and flowers. Devotees from all over India visit these ancient temples during Navratri. Many temples will