Free Press Journal
  • PETA asks govt to tax meat, other animal derived foods

    New Delhi: Animal rights body PETA asked the government to levy a tax on meat and other animal derived foods for their damaging effects on environment and public health, on the lines of a similar tax imposed on tobacco.

  • Must see! Unseen video of Sara Ali Khan singing ‘Tum Hi Ho’

    Sara Ali Khan is going to enter Bollywood with ‘Kedarnath’ movie starring Sushant Singh Rajput. But before the movie is out Sara’s name almost trend on internet as she has huge fan following on social media. And this time her video singing ‘Tum Hi Ho’ song from the movie ‘Aashiqui 2’ has gone viral . In the video Sara is seen hanging out with her friends as they sing the popular Arijit Singh number. Looking

  • No permission for Sambhaji Bhide’s lecture in Mumbai

    Mumbai: The Mumbai police have denied permission for pro-Hindutva leader and Shri Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan chief Sambhaji Bhide’s scheduled program at Lalbaug in central Mumbai, an official said.

  • India, Indonesia call for ending state sponsorship of terror

    Jakarta: India and Indonesia today called on all countries to stop providing state sponsorship of terrorism and prevent their territories being used for establishing terrorist safe havens, in a pointed reference to Pakistan.

  • India vs South Africa 1st Test: South Africa 230/7 at Tea

    Cape Town: South Africa were 230 for seven at tea on the first day of the opening cricket Test against India, here today. AB de Villiers made 65, while captain Faf du Plessis scored 62. Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4/68) was the pick of the bowlers for India.

  • Prachi is excited to shoot in Rann of Kutch

    Prachi Tehlan is excited to shoot a wedding sequence for her TV show “Ikyawann” in the Rann of Kutch in Gujarat.In the show, Prachi plays a tomboy who has been raised by four men in her family – herfather, grandfather and two uncles. A wedding track between Susheel (Prachi) and Satya (Namish Taneja) will be shown soon.

  • Ram Kapoor in a comic avatar

    Ram Kapoor is attempting the comedy genre with a new non-fiction show called “Comedy High School”. He says it’s the toughest genre. The show will have a light-hearted take on society, culture, education and current affairs through a classroom-based set-up.

  • Kendrick Lamar to produce Black Panther album

    Grammy-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar and Billboard Magazines Executive of the Year Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith are set to create, curate and produce “Black Panther: The Album”. The album will feature music from and inspired by Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” film including the lead single, “All the stars”, featuring Lamar and label mate SZA, produced by Sounwave.

  • Thane: Senior NCP leader Vasant Davkhare cremated, tributes pour in

    Thane: Senior Nationalist Congress Party leader Vasant Davkhare, who died late last night at Bombay Hospital following a prolonged illness, was cremated at the Vaikunthadham crematorium here today. His son Prabodh lit the funeral pyre and the departed leader was given a state funeral including a three-volley gun salute.

  • Indore: 5 students, driver killed as school bus collides with truck

    Indore: Five students of the Delhi Public School (DPS) here were killed when their bus collided with a truck this afternoon, police said. The bus driver was also killed, while four other students were injured in the mishap at a bypass near here, they said.

  • Kareena Kapoor Khan’s photoshoot for a magazine hasn’t gone down well with the netizens

    Kareena Kapoor Khan’s latest photoshoot for a lifestyle magazine has become a figure of controversy as internet seems to think that one of the images in the shoot is clearly “photoshopped”. One of the pictures of the actress, which shows the actress in an orange bikini that displays her perfect and fit body, has made the people think about the authenticity of the image as they think that a new mother cannot

  • Sonam Kapoor urges Indian filmmakers to make more female-oriented films

    Sonam Kapoor feels there is a need for more films that revolve around women. Her forthcoming film “Veere Di Wedding”, also starring Kareena Kapoor Khan, Swara Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania, is themed around a wedding. Kareena will play the part of a bride-to-be in the movie. “‘Veere Di Wedding’ looks so different. There should be more such films, this should be the norm,” Sonam said.