Free Press Journal
  • Karti Chidambaram tampered with evidence during visits abroad: CBI tells SC

    New Delhi: Karti Chidambaram, son of former Union Minister P Chidambaram, had “tampered” with evidence relating to an alleged graft case against him during his visits abroad in the months of May, June and July this year, the CBI alleged in the Supreme Court today.

  • Zaira Wasim finest actor in Hindi film industry: Aamir Khan

    He has worked with Zaira Wasim in “Dangal” and in the forthcoming project “Secret Superstar”. Bollywood star Aamir Khan has praised the child artiste, saying she is the finest actor in the Hindi filmdom now.

  • Polanski accused of rape by former German actress

    Polanski accused of rape by former German actress

    Gstaad: Renate Langer, a 61-year-old former German actress, has accused filmmaker Roman Polanski of raping her at a house here in February 1972, when she was 15.

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    Gold-plated spire worth Rs 2 lakh stolen from Thackeray’s family deity Ekvira’s temple

    The gold-plating on the dome of the popular Ekvira temple, located near Karla in Lonavala, has been stolen by two unidentified people on Tuesday morning. The theft came to light on Tuesday after which the temple trustees filed a police complaint with the Lonavala rural police. The ornamentation was worth Rs 2 lakh and was donated by a devotee in 2015. According to the police, the CCTV footage shows two men climbing

  • FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: D Y Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai undergoes drastic makeover

    The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) has a long history of deferring deadlines for projects it has initiated. However, the same civic body has fast-tracked all its projects in the past few weeks. The famous Dr D Y Patil Stadium at Nerul has transformed itself from a cricketing pitch into a football turf with an investment of Rs 25 crore. The Navi Mumbai stadium is one of the six

  • Case filed against actor Prakash Raj after criticising PM Modi

    A case has been registered against National award winner actor Prakash Raj in a Lucknow court on a complaint lodged by a lawyer over his recent remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, news agency ANI reported. The case is scheduled to be heard on October 7. On Monday Prakash Raj questioned PM Modi on his silence on the death of Journalist Gauri Lankesh.

  • National Convention in Agra: Akhilesh Yadav likely to be re-elected as SP chief

    Agra: Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav is likely to be re-elected as the party’s national president for five years at the SP national convention here tomorrow. Ahead of the SP’s 10th national convention, party’s top brass assembled today for the national executive meeting which will set the tone for deliberations.

  • Chennai: Sasikala’s husband Natarajan undergoes liver, kidney transplant

    Chennai: Jailed AIADMK leader VK Sasikala’s husband, M Natarajan, has undergone liver and kidney transplant, her relative and sidelined party member TTV Dhinakaran said today. Natarajan had been undergoing treatment at a corporate hospital for the past few days.

  • 48th IFFI Will Celebrate The Future Of Cinema

    The 48th International Film Festival of India (IFFI 2017), organized by the Government of India, is set to be held in the beach state of Goa from November 20 – 28, 2017.

  • Hiten Tejwani refused ‘Bigg Boss’ last season due to family

    Mumbai:Bigg Boss 11” contestant Hiten Tejwani has revealed that he was approached to participate in the reality TV series last year, but did not take up the offer as he did not want to stay away from his family for months. This time, however, the actor took up the offer when he  was contacted by the makers.

  • All 3 billion user accounts were hacked in 2013: Yahoo

    San Francisco: After revealing last year that a data breach in 2013 affected its one billion user accounts, Yahoo has now announced that all of its users — nearly 3 billion at that time — were impacted by the massive hacking.

  • India, Bhutan discuss bilateral ties

    Thimphu: India and Bhutan discussed their complete range of bilateral relations during the course of Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar’s ongoing visit to the Himalayan kingdom, the External Affairs Ministry said on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai stampede: Survivor recall heroic act of a victim

    Mumbai: A survivor of Elphinstone station stampede on Wednesday recounted a heroic act of victim. Twenty three people were killed and 31 were injured after the horrific stampede took place in Mumbai’s Elphinstone station on Friday last week.

  • French parliament approves controversial anti-terrorism law

    Paris: France’s lower house of parliament has approved a controversial new counter-terrorism bill after Interior Minister Gerard Collomb told parliament “We’re still in a state of war,” as country is facing “very serious threat” level.