Free Press Journal
  • Manjari Fadnis learning tricks of the trade

    Manjari Fadnis, who believes she is one of the “best kept secrets of Bollywood”, says she does not know how to develop a professional network and that is affecting her career growth in the film industry.

  • Jim Sarbh says Padmaavat gave him an opportunity to push himself and better his craft

    For Jim Sarbh, who has been attracting positive reviews for his portrayal as a slave-general of Alauddin Khilji in “Padmaavat”, says working with a nuanced director like Sanjay Leela Bhansali who pays attention to detail, gave him an opportunity to try and be as good as the grand and beautiful frame.

  • India Vs South Africa 3rd Test: India lose Kohli, Rahane, 114/4 at tea on Day 1

    Johannesburg, India lost the crucial wickets of skipper Virat Kohli and his deputy Ajinkya Rahane in the second session to crawl to 114/4 at tea on the opening day of the third and final Test against South Africa at the New Wanderers Stadium here on Wednesday. At the break, stumper Parthiv Patel was yet to open his account even as he accompanied No.3 Cheteshwar Pujara (27 not out) when the umpires called for

  • Arun Jaitley charts out PSB recap plans, special monitoring of loans above Rs 250 cr

    New Delhi: Aiming at maintaining healthy books of public sector banks, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday charted out the government’s recapitalisation plans, underlining that all loans above Rs 250 crore will undergo special monitoring. The capital infusion plan for 2017-18 includes Rs 80,000 crore through recap bonds and Rs 8,139 crore as budgetary support.

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    Sohrabuddin case has ‘chequered history,’ public has the right to know about it: Bombay HC scraps gag order

    Mumbai: In an unprecedented ruling, the Bombay High Court on Wednesday quashed the gag order on media from publishing the proceedings of the Sohrabuddin encounter trial. The HC observed the case has a “chequered history” so it is the fundamental right of the citizens to know what is happening in the case.The single-judge bench of Justice Revati Mohite-Dere held, “The media cannot be gagged or banned from covering a trial on a

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    Republic Day 2018: Head to these Mumbai restaurants for crazy deals and tri colour menu

    Listening to President’s speech, watching Republic Day parades and binge-watching patriotic movies have always been a part of our Republic Day celebration since decades. And when it comes to celebration noting can match the joy of indulging in delightful Republic Day special menus that comes with great deals at your favourite restaurants. In the spirit of 69th Republic day, spread some cheer and enjoy the most exciting food deals offered by the

  • Maharashtra bans sale of tobacco at shops selling FMCG items

    Mumbai: Maharashtra government today announced a ban on sale of tobacco at merchant establishments selling FMCG items to ensure children don’t consume tobacco. Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) include packaged food and other consumables, toiletries etc.

  • After AG, Mueller seeks to question Trump in Russia probe’

    Washington: Special counsel Robert Mueller wants to question US President Donald Trump on his decisions to fire his national security adviser and the FBI chief, a media report said today, days after he interviewed the Attorney General in a probe into whether Russia colluded with the Trump campaign in the 2016 election.

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    How to dispose of damaged Indian national flag with dignity

    India will celebrate its 69th Republic Day on January 26, 2018. To mark the occasion several cultural and traditional events will be organised and once again we all will be overwhelmed by a feeling of extreme patriotism. We will flaunt the national flag with proud in every way possible – right from wearing tricolour clothes to displaying flags on vehicles. Not to forget the selfies uploaded on the social media. Over the years,

  • Don’t allow new power plants if they violate MoEF norms: NGT

    New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal has directed the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) not to grant clearance to any new thermal power plant till they comply with the standards set by it, after a plea alleged that many of them were flouting norms and causing pollution.

  • What? 12 camels disqualified for using botox on lips during beauty contest in Saudi Arabia

    Lip’s don’t lie, we are taking about 12 camels who were disqualified from a beauty contest in King Abdulaziz Camel Festival in Saudi Arabia. The reason behind the rejection is that camels have used botox used in cosmetic surgeries to remove wrinkles – and violating the contest’s strict rules, reports the Daily Mail.