Free Press Journal
  • Indrani using media, misleading court: Peter Mukherjea

    Mumbai: Former media baron Peter Mukerjea, an accused in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, today told the court that his wife and key accused, Indrani Mukherjea, was trying to mislead the court and creating “adverse publicity”.

  • Adnan Sami accuses Pakistanis of not respecting their own artists

    Adnan Sami, who is of Indian-Pakistani origin, has been trolled quite frequently, especially by Pakistanis after the singer acquired Indian citizenship in 2015. According to online reports, the musician’s father is of Pakistani origin whereas his mother is said to be an Indian Kashmiri. Adnan, known to speak his heart out, in an explosive interview made many confessions but one statement that he apparently made was about how Pakistan doesn’t respect its

  • Check out: Bobby Deol’s look in Race 3

    Just recently, the entire cast of Race 3 made an appearance on the show Bigg Boss, which is hosted by Salman Khan. While the cast of the third instalment of the successful Race franchise made headlines, just recently Bobby Deol’s look from the film was release.

  • GST collections dip in October to Rs 83,346 cr

    New Delhi: GST collections in October slipped to Rs 83,346 crore, from over Rs 92,000 crore last month, as taxes on most commodities have come down.

  • Supreme Court to hear plea to cancel anticipatory bail to Ryan trustees

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today agreed to hear on December 1 an appeal of the father of seven-year-old Pradhuman, who was found dead in a Gurgaon school, seeking cancellation of anticipatory bail granted to three trustees of the Ryan International Group.

  • Thane, Kalwa, possession of whale vomit, whale vomit, pangolin scales, arrest

    Teacher held for making student cut classmate’s hair

    Tiruvarur(TN): A government school teacher was today arrested for allegedly forcing a student to cut the hair of a classmate as punishment at Kuzhikarai near here, police said.

  • Railway Minister Piyush Goyal takes stock of FOB construction by Army

    Mumbai: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal today visited suburban Elphinstone Road and Currey Road stations to take stock of ongoing construction of the Foot Over Bridges (FOBs) by the Army and expressed satisfaction over the pace of the work.

  • Want to work with Aamir Khan: Manushi Chillar

    Mumbai: Miss World Manushi Chillar says she would love to work in an Aamir Khan film as the superstar is known to make socially-relevant movies. Manushi was recently crowned Miss World 2017 at a grand event held in Sanya, China. The medical studen from Haryana said she finds all the actors in Bollywood beautiful but Aamir and former Miss World Priyanka Chopra are her favourites.

  • Mount Agung: Thousands flee as Bali raises volcano alert to highest level

    Karangasem (Indonesia): A rumbling volcano on the resort island of Bali could erupt at any moment, authorities warned today as they raised alert levels to maximum, accelerated a mass evacuation and closed the main airport, leaving tourists stranded.

  • Shubhangi hopes of joining politics

    Many people were speculating that actress Shubhangi Atre is joining politics after she was spotted at a political event. But the “Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai” star is confused about taking the move.  “I’m confused at the point of time about joining politics, but yes I feel it is a good opportunity for us. As I feel youth in politics is the most accepted welcome change because for a youth nothing is

  • Tarantino laments rise of streaming sites

    Director Quentin Tarantino has said that he prefers the old way of renting movies from a video store over the new trend of logging on to streaming sites such as Netflix and Amazon. In a new interview which surfaced on Youtube, Tarantino revealed that he does not have account on popular streaming service Netflix. “I’m not on Netflix, so I can’t even tell you exactly how that works.

  • Vivek Oberoi plays villain in his next says he doesn’t look at characters as black or white

    Vivek Oberoi, who is prepping to play former underworld don Muthappa Rai in “Rai”, says he likes to look at such roles with a human angle and doesn’t want to colour such characters as black or white. Talking about “Rai”, Vivek said, “To me these characters are real they are not negative. To me when I play a character I play from their perspective unless I am doing a fiction film like

  • Soha Ali Khan’s stardom talk!

    Despite hailing from an illustrious family, actor Soha Ali Khan says she has lived most of her life in the shadows of the arc lights than basking in their glory. The actor, who has turned author with her debut book, “The Perils of Being Moderately Famous”, says being a recognisable public figure, one’s experiences can be both equally frustrating and amusing.

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