Free Press Journal
  • Those who worsened farmers’ condition mocking at our loan waiver: Yogi Adityanath

    Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday hit out at the Opposition for criticising the state’s loan waiver to the farmers and said those who worsened the condition of farmers are mocking about it. In an exclusive interview to ANI, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister also talked about various issues including, Centre’s economic policy, Ram Temple issue and the controversial Gorakhpur BRD Hospital tragedy.

  • Mahesh Babu’s ‘Spyder’ heading towards Rs 100 crore; see 2nd Day Box Office report

    Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu is back with a bang with his recently released film Spyder. Reportedly, Spyder is ruling the box-office with its record-breaking collection. Interestingly, Spyder witnessed more than 95 percent occupancy in theatres on its opening day. The film earned the whopping amount of Rs 51 crore.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 wins ‘Gadget of the Year’ at IMC 2017

    New Delhi: Samsung’s flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 8 on Friday won the ‘Gadget of the Year’ award at the India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2017 here.  Galaxy Note8, which features ‘Bixby’ digital assistant and enhanced ‘S Pen’, was launched in India on September 12 at Rs 67,900.

  • Dussehra 2017: This is how the festival is celebrated in different Indian states

    India is a land of festivals. The harmony of different cultures and traditions is best experienced during festivals in the country. One can experience ‘Unity in diversity’ during Dussehra celebrations that take place in every state of the country. The festival is a triumph of good over evil and of light over darkness. Also known as Vijayadashami, Dasara, Durgotsav, the tenth day of Navratri is not only celebrated in India but also in

  • India may become third-largest economy in next 10 years: HSBC

    New Delhi: Reforms over the past year have created disruption in India’s GDP numbers, but the medium-term potential looks bullish, and considering the growth trend, it could become the world’s third-largest economy in the next decade, says an HSBC report.

  • If I wanted Finance Ministry, Arun Jaitley wouldn’t have been there: Yashwant Sinha

    New Delhi: Former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha on Friday again attacked Arun Jaitley, saying that if he was a “job applicant” at 80, then Jaitley would not be holding charge of the Finance Ministry now. Sinha also told the media that those who had never won a Lok Sabha election were questioning and attacking him and misleading the people of the country over the issue of black money.

  • Need to replicate our home success on foreign soil, says Virat Kohli

    Bengaluru: Their winning streak might have been halted, but India captain Virat Kohli feels the current Indian team can become one of the greatest ODI sides ever if it can replicate its home success in overseas conditions.

  • Two youths held for raping teenager in Kota

    Jaipur: Two youths have been arrested for gang-raping and murdering a 16-year-old girl in Kota in Rajasthan, police said on Friday. The accused, both aged around 17, lured the girl to a secluded spot around 200 metres from a ‘Dandiya’ event in Oriya Colony on Wednesday night and raped her, Kota Superintendent of Police Anshuman Bhomiya told IANS.

  • Shiv Sena says people still awaiting `achhe din’, slams BJP minister

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena today said people are still waiting for the `acche din’ promised by the NDA government and criticised a BJP minister in Maharashtra for his comments against the party. Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil had said earlier this week that the Sena had made “a fool of itself” by taking to the streets against the government of which it is a part.

  • India vs Australia: Did complacency cost hosts fourth ODI at Bengaluru?

    Australia’s tour of India finally saw some sunshine as Aussies defeated India by 21 runs to register their first win of the series. The series which has seen one-sided cricket finally came alive with Australia picking themselves up after the disappointment of losing the first three matches, and bouncing back in style. India, after the high of winning the series and remaining undefeated in nine matches, couldn’t quite continue their winning streak

  • Navratri 2017: US Consulate in Mumbai organises friendly Dandiya competition; see pics, videos

    The festival of Navratri is one of the most widely celebrated Hindu festivals. The nine-day long festival is celebrated to honour Goddess Durga. Each day, one of her nine different forms is worshipped. Many fast and avoid food grains like rice, wheat and pulses for nine consecutive days. But Navratri is also popular for its vibrant garba and dandiya nights. What is Navratri without some good ol’ fashioned dandiya? Garba and dandiya

  • England Cricket suspends Ben Stokes, Alex Hales after Bristol incident

    London: All-rounder Ben Stokes’ role in the upcoming Ashes series has come under serious doubt after the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced that he and his team-mate Alex Hales will not be considered for selection in the international matches until further notice.

  • Hilarious Video: US Embassy officials audition for Bollywood roles, deliver iconic dialogues

    The US Embassy in New Delhi on Thursday tweeted a video of its officers acting out portions of famous Bollywood films. The US Embassy released a video showing its employees auditioning for roles in the Hindi movies. The funny video was shared by the embassy on its official Twitter account, and can be seen as an effort to strengthen India-US ties.

  • Watch Video! Experience Silent Garba this Navratri 2017

    Mumbai: Nowadays, the entire world has been getting to know a new concept of disco which is called Silent Disco. Well, this widely popular concept has also been used in Karan Johar’s last film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil in the Break-Up song. By that, people of India, have gotten to know about this new concept. However, it seems like Indians have started loving it so much that they themselves implemented this concept

  • Vidya Balan met with an accident in Mumbai; unhurt

    Vidya Balan meets with accident in Mumbai, escapes unhurt

    Mumbai: Actor Vidya Balan met with an accident when a car rammed into her vehicle in Bandra, Mumbai. According to reports, the ‘Tumhari Sulu’ actress is safe but her car was badly damaged.