Free Press Journal
  • Congratulations! Malayalam actress Bhavana to marry Kannada filmmaker Naveen on January 22

    It’s now official! Malayalam actress Bhavana will get married to her fiancé Naveen on January 22 at Jawaharlal Convention Center at Kovilakathum Padam, Thrissur. While the wedding ceremony will be only attended by close family members and friends, the reception, organised at Lulu Convention Center in Thrissur, will likely see hundreds from the film industry. Bhavana’s close friends including Manju Warrier are likely to be by her side throughout.

  • Government cuts borrowing target, says Rs 20,000 crore is enough

    New Delhi: The government on Wednesday said it has cut the size of additional borrowing to Rs 20,000 crore of government securities during the current fiscal.  On December 27, the government had stated that it would raise additional market borrowing of Rs 50,000 crore through dated government securities in 2017-18.

  • Ronaldinho, Brazilian legend, retires from football

    London: Brazilian football superstar Ronaldinho, who was part of the triumphant Brazil 2002 World Cup squad, has bid adieu to his illustrious career at the age of 37.

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    ‘Padmaavat’ release date changes once again! Read how

    Mumbai: After facing a lot of protests, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum-opus ‘Padmaavat’ starring Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor is all set to release on January 25 along with Akshay Kumar’s PadMan. However, now the makers have decided to release the film one day before of the schedule.

  • Mumbai: Students with special needs forced to sit near toilet in school

    Mumbai: In an insensitive and inhuman news, Thirty-five students of a school for children with special needs, whose classes are run on the premises of another school in Mumbai’s Borivali were found sitting on a corridor outside a toilet after the bigger school’s management allegedly stopped cooperating with them.

  • Ek Mulaqat: Shashank Vyas and Adaa Khan to be seen in a short film

    For Shashank Vyas will soon be seen in a short film titled Ek Mulaqat. The actor is thrilled to be part of the Manav Bhinder directorial and will be seen alongside his friend Adaa Khan. “This is the first time that I am working with Adaa. It is very comfortable. We know each other well so it is easier to work together. She is hardworking and talented,” says Shashank.

  • Supreme Court crisis: CJI, four dissenting judges to meet for lunch today

    The Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and four dissenting judges will be meet at lunch today. This development came a day after when CJI met four those four judges Justices Ranjan Gogoi, Kurian Joseph, Madan B. Lokur and Justice Chelameswar in chambers yesterday.

  • Rs 100 crore in demonetised currency seized from Kanpur

    Kanpur: The Uttar Pradesh Police on Wednesday seized demonetised currency notes estimated to be worth Rs 100 crore in Kanpur. However, the counting is on to ascertain the exact amount of money. The raid was conducted in Kanpur’s Seesamau pocket.

  • Supreme Court row: What did the judges’ revolt actually achieve?

    On January 12, 2017, something extraordinary happened when top four judges of the Supreme Court of India (J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan Lokur and Kurian Joseph) addressed the media and said that all is not well within the judiciary. This was the first instance of Supreme Court judges airing their grievances in public and questioned the workings of the current Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. The four judges expressed their unhappiness

  • At 35.6 degree Celsius, Mumbai witnesses hottest day of the season so far

    Mumbai: On Tuesday, the temperature in Mumbai was 5.2 degree Celsius above normal, crossing 35 degree Celsius mark this winter, for the first time. The temperature recorded at Santacruz weather station, recorded 35.6 degree Celsius and, at Colaba, recorded 34 degree Celsius, which is 5 degree Celsius higher than the normal temperature.