Free Press Journal
  • Watch: Muslim woman forced to remove burqa at Yogi Adityanath’s rally in Ballia, probe ordered

    Ballia (UP): The district administration here has ordered a magisterial probe into the incident of a woman being forced to take off her burqa in public at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s rally, officials said today. A video showing the woman taking off her black burqaminutes before the chief minister makes an appearance at the rally yesterday has gone viral.

  • Mumbai: Twitter user calls a woman fat, she files a molestation complaint

    Mumbai: A 32-year-old woman filled a complaint of molestation for being called fat on Twitter according to a report in Hindustan Times (HT). The victim, a Dadar resident approached the police alleging that a Twitter user had abused and defamed her on Twitter.

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    Haryana: Uncle held for killing 3 missing siblings, cop suspect father’s role

    Chandigarh: A Haryana resident, Jagdeep Malik, was arrested on charges of kidnapping and murdering his nephews — Sameer, 11, Samar, 4 — and niece Simran, 8. All three were his cousin Sonu Malik’s children. Bodies of three minor siblings who went missing on November 11 were today recovered from the Morni hills area of Haryana’s Panchkula district.

  • Ashes 2017-18: Untested but defiant, Aussies seek to strike ‘fear’ against England

    Brisbane: New-look Australia will bank on their pace attack terrifying England once again when two unfamiliar line-ups open hostilities for the Ashes, the oldest prize in Test cricket, in Brisbane tomorrow. Australia’s surprise selections raised plenty of eyebrows but they will hope their pace trio of Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, and Pat Cummins can replicate Mitchell Johnson’sdevastating bowling at the Gabba ground in 2013.

  • Shocking! Agra University posts Salman Khan’s photograph on BA student’s mark-sheet

    In a major goof-up, the Agra University printed a picture of Bollywood star Salman Khan on a mark sheet of a first-year Bachelor of Arts student. This shocking incident came into notice when Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University (Agra University) officials were cross-checking the mark-sheet before releasing it. According to the report in a leading daily, the marksheet has a passport-sized photo of the Salman Khan pasted on it with

  • Thanksgiving 2017: Indulge in Thanksgiving feasts at these Mumbai restaurants

    Thanksgiving Day is the time of the year to feel gratitude for all the good things in life. It is celebrated on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and other parts of the world. In 2017, Thanksgiving falls on November 23. The day comprises of reunions and feasts with traditional dishes like roasted turkeys, pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes,

  • India vs Sri Lanka 1st Test: Kohli wanted to declare, but Shastri replies to bat on, Watch Video

    Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli became the fastest batsman to score 50 International centuries during the first Test match against Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The match proved to be a thriller as India fell out just three wickets short to win the first match of the three-match Test series. However, Virat Kohli, batting on 86, looked at Ravi Shastri in the dressing room as it to

  • Will Modi, Shah apologise for Bihar BJP chief’s comment: Congress

    New Delhi, The Congress today took on the BJP for its Bihar unit chief saying that any finger or hand raised against the prime minister would be chopped off and asked if Narendra Modi or party president Amit Shah would apologise for the comment.

  • Ashes 2017-18: Spotlight falls on Smith, Root on Ashes stage

    London: Two of the world’s best batsmen will be in opposition when Australia’s Steve Smith and England’sJoe Root both lead their countries for the first time in an Ashes Test at Brisbane tomorrow. Smith may be an unorthodox run-scorer but he is currently top of the Test batting rankings and Root, a more classical stylist, is second in that table. Shoring up a fallible top order is something both Smith, with assistance

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    Tikli and Laxmi Bomb Poster: Now the revolution begins in the sex trade

    Nowadays, there have been a lot of things happening in the film industry. Among all the controversies, people have been constantly reading about Padmavati’s controversy and Bigg Boss 11 updates. However, amidst all, recently, the new quirky poster is out of the film Tikli and Laxmi Bomb. Well, this name sounds similar to Aditya Kripalani’s book with the same name. But now,

  • Airlines settle Twin Towers claim over 9/11 attacks

    New York, American Airlines and United Airlines have agreed to a USD 95.1 million settlement with the developer of the World Trade Center over the September 11, 2001 attacks, ending 13 years of litigation.

  • Ashes 2017-18: Australia quicks ‘more nasty than Johnson’, says Steve Smith

    Brisbane: Australia’s “scary” fast bowlers are “more nasty” than Mitchell Johnson, skipper Steve Smith said today, echoing repeated warnings to England ahead of the opening Ashes Test in Brisbane. Much mention has been made of the aggressive Johnson’sdevastating bowling in the 2013-2014 Ashes, when he took 37wickets in Australia’s 5-0 series whitewash.

  • Sofiya Hayat not too pleased with Manushi Chhillar winning Miss World; Read why

    Manushi Chhillar, ended India’s 17-years long wait on November 18 when she won the coveted title of Miss World. Meanwhile, as soon as she was crowned as ‘Miss World 2017’, praises and adulations poured from all the corners. While a lot of people were jubilant that an Indian brought the coveted crown home after 17 years, many including PM Modi, B-town stars express their proud, happiness through social media.

  • Toyota’s First Electric Vehicle In India Could Be A Small Car

    Suzuki and Toyota have entered an agreement to work on bringing electric cars to India. Suzuki will use its production facilities to make its own electric cars as well as those with a Toyota badge while the technical support will come from Toyota. A recent release by the two automakers says, “Suzuki is to produce EVs for the Indian market and will supply some to Toyota, while Toyota is to

  • Markets drop from highs, US Fed minutes take focus

    Mumbai: The stock market dropped by a few notches after a positive start today as the flagship Sensex traded with modest gains amid higher Asian cues. Asian markets remained buoyant after US stocks scaled fresh peaks overnight. Capital push brought in more investors, who are waiting today for the release of the minutes of US Federal Reserve policy meeting. The 30-share BSE index was up 61.97 points, or 0.19 per cent, at 33,540.32.

  • Ashes 2017-18: Can England breach Australian fortress to retain the urn?

    It’s that time of the year again, where England will take on arch-rivals Australia for an Ashes series. The series has already created a lot of buzz and currently, England holds the Ashes by virtue of winning the 2015 series played in England and Wales by 3-2. The historical contests have a rich legacy and tradition and this time around it will be no different as both teams have fluctuated with their