Free Press Journal
  • India is fastest growing economy: BJP on Sinha’s criticism

    New Delhi: The BJP today rejected its leader Yashwant Sinha’s criticism of the state of economy, insisting the Indian economy is the fastest growing in the world and some “uncertainty” is bound to occur when “transformative” measures like demonetisation and the GST are taken.

  • Acid attack victims, transgender get jobs in Delhi HC

    New Delhi: Five acid attack victims and a transgender today joined their jobs in the Delhi High Court, which, in a unique gesture, gave them employment after their plight was brought to the notice of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal.

  • Saudi Arabia gives driving rights to women, but here are 8 things women in Saudi still can’t do

    Saudi Arabia has many restrictions on women but slowly and slowly the country is removing the restriction and reforming the rules. Today Saudi Arabia has announced that women will be allowed to drive for the first time in the ultra-conservative kingdom next summer, fulfilling a key demand of women’s rights activists who faced detention for defying the ban. The kingdom was the only the country in the world to bar women from

  • Delhi High Court offers jobs to acid attack victims and transgender

    New Delhi: Five acid attack victims and a transgender today joined their jobs in the Delhi High Court, which, in a unique gesture, gave them employment after their plight was brought to the notice of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal.

  • ASUS unveils VivoBook S15 at Rs. 59,990; ZenBook UX430 at Rs. 74,990

    New Delhi: ASUS on Wednesday unveiled its latest flagship mainstream notebook ‘Vivobook S15’ at ‘Beyond The Edge’ press event in New Delhi. The event also showcased the all new Asus Zenbook UX430, the thinnest-ever ZenBook with discrete graphics.

  • Union cabinet extends retirement age of doctors to 65

    New Delhi: The government today decided to increase the retirement age of central government doctors including those working under the AYUSH ministry and in the railways to 65 years. The retirement age of doctors in some departments is 60 years and in some others, it is 62.

  • Chris Hemsworth’s ‘Thor’ tales

    Chris Hemsworth says he had requested the makers of “Thor: Ragnarok” to shoot the film in Australia, and was lucky that they agreed to it. “I asked if we could shoot in Australia and thankfully the Marvel guys said they would look into it, but couldn’t promise anything. To me, to be home again for more than two weeks would be fantastic. And it worked out. It was so good,” Hemsworth said

  • DiCaprio, Scorsese come together for Roosevelt biopic

    Leonardo DiCaprio and director Martin Scorsese are in negotiations to collaborate on a biopic revolving around the life of former US President Theodore Roosevelt. The uber successful actor-director duo are teaming up for the pitch “Roosevelt” and have a first-look deal with Paramount Pictures, reported Variety.

  • Param Singh meditates to stay positive

    Param Singh says he does meditation to keep himself calm and positive.”I started with meditation very early in my life which has helped me a lot, especially to keep up with the daily craziness that bombards us from all directions. It puts me in my best mood and I don’t feel vulnerable to anything,” Param said in a statement.

  • Kalki Koechlin

    Kalki Koechlin says she enjoys dressing up in traditional clothes during festivals

    Kalki Koechlin loves the festive season as she feels it has its own charm. She also enjoys dressing up in traditional and semi traditional outfits with nice matching jewellery.”I absolutely love the festive season and its spirit. It has its own charm of celebration, bringing people together, spreading joy and happiness. During this time, I thoroughly enjoy dressing up in traditional and semi-traditional attire paired with some lovely antique and ethnic jewellery,”

  • Ranveer Singh’s goosebump moment

    The actor says there will be a lot of unheard stories from the ’83 World Cup that will keep the audiences on the edge of their seat

  • Emraan Hashmi

    Emraan Hashmi gets lean for Captain Nawab

    Emraan Hashmi steps into the shoes of an army officer for the very first time, for his home production Captain Nawab ,directed by Tony D’Souza.

  • Bombay HC raps MU over lack of facilities at varsity’s tribunal

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has expressed dissatisfaction over the lack of basic facilities at a tribunal set up to hear admission and other education-related matters involving the University of Mumbai and SNDT College.