Free Press Journal
  • honeypreet with Ram Rahim

    How can media malign a father-daughter relationship? asks Honeypreet Insan 

    Honeypreet Insan, the ‘adopted daughter’ of jailed Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, was arrested today by the Haryana Police on the highway near Chandigarh. She has been charged with sedition and to help Ram Rahim escape while he was sent to jail. She has also been accused of inciting riots on August 25 that left 41 people dead and several injured. She will be produced before a court tomorrow.

  • Mumbai: Fresh case against Iqbal Kaskar, associates booked for Rs 3 crore extortion case

    Mumbai: Fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s brother Iqbal Kaskar and his gang members have been booked in a fresh case of extorting Rs 3 crore from a prominent builder in north Mumbai, the police said today. This is the third extortion case registered against Kaskar and his gang members after their arrest in connection with a probe into an extortion racket last month, a police official said.

  • Nobel prize winner

    Nobel prize 2017 in medicine goes to discoveries that unlocked sleep secrets

    The Nobel Prizes established by Swedish inventor Alfred Novel in 1895 recognizes achievements by people who contribute to academic, cultural and scientific advances. Recently, the Nobel committee kicked off its 2017 season by awarding the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to three American scientists for their discoveries of the way circadian rhythm -the body clock – works.

  • OMG! Hrithik accused Kangana Ranaut of sending sexually explicit emails in his Police complaint

    The Kangana Ranaut vs Hrithik Roshan war is far from over. Last year, it came as a shock to the nation when the two actors ended up in a legal war against each other over their alleged relationship and an imposter, who according to Hrithik Roshan’s claims, was the one having a conversation with Kangana Ranaut. After back and forth allegations, it was speculated that the case had come to a close.

  • Michael Douglas heard angels after nearly drowning

    Washington D.C.: Veteran actor Michael Douglas, who currently can be seen in the movie ‘Flatliners,’ has revealed that he heard angels singing when he almost drowned as a young student.

  • Suu Kyi stripped of Oxford honour over Rohingya criticism

    London: An honour bestowed on Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi by the city of Oxford has been withdrawn as a reaction to her perceived inadequate response to the plight of Rohingya Muslims in the country.

  • Revealed: Why Reliance Jio has restricted voice calls to 300 minutes per day

    Reliance Jio has made several changes in its terms and conditions list, they are limiting the call limit to 300 minutes per day. When Jio was launched company claimed unlimited calling to every network but this new change in the rule guide will be shocking for its customers.

  • BSP leader Rajesh Yadav shot dead outside Allahabad university hostel, angry supporters set ablaze bus

    Allahabad: BSP leader Rajesh Yadav was shot dead outside an Allahabad University hostel, prompting an angry reaction from his supporters who torched a bus, the police said today. Yadav, along with his friend Mukul Singh, had gone to meet someone outside the Allahabad University’s Tara Chand hostel when the incident took place early this morning, they said.

  • Want my statue to be placed between Presley and MJ: Asha Bhosle

    New Delhi: She introduced Bollywood to rock ‘n’ roll and it is only fitting that Asha Bhosle would want her wax statue to be placed between the idols of international music icons Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson.

  • FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Indian team sweats it hard ahead of USA tie, see photos

    Come Friday, a new chapter will begin in the history of Indian football when they take on USA in the first ‘Group A’ match against of the FIFA U-17 World Cup at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi. The Indian side led by Portuguese coach Luis Norton de Matos arrived in the city last week from Goa and kicked things off with a training camp in Gurgaon. Meanwhile, before reaching New