Free Press Journal
  • Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 2 look in demand at salon of small towns

    Ever since Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 2 look was released, everyone has been swooning over the actor’s fresh look. Makers of the film Sajid Nadiadwala and Ahmed Khan were keen on a fresh and a very different look for the actor in the sequel of the film.

  • Video and Pictures: Esha Deol dances like a boss at a family wedding

    Video and Pictures: Esha Deol dances like a boss at a family wedding

    Mumbai: Actor Esha Deol has attended brother-in-law Devesh Takhtani’s wedding in style, she dressed in soft pink Amy Billimoria ruffled sari. The wedding took place in Mumbai and the actress shared a picture and video on her social media account. Esha took to Instagram and shared a video and pictures along with caption, “Indian Wedding’s and the madness of being a part of it ! #devasthan @asthajagwani @dtakhtani @bharattakhtani3 #familywedding #brotherinlaw #desishaadi”

  • ‘Teen Bahuraaniyaan’ still special to me, says Amrapali Gupta

    Actress Amrapali Gupta says that the show is still very special for her. She remembers the show as it completes 11 years. The show won many major awards and was popular during its running time. Amrapali also married actor Yash Sinha in real life after the show went off air who portrayed her onscreen love interest and the couple are now blessed with a son named Kabir.

  • Wipro unveils 3D metal printing unit in Bengaluru

    Bengaluru: Global software major Wipro’s three dimensional (3D) metal printing facility was unveiled by its Chairman Azim Premji in this tech hub on Wednesday.

  • “Indians are so good at math and physics,” said Stephen Hawking during 2001 India visit

    New Delhi: It was January 2001 when British physicist Stephen Hawking came to India for the first time, later describing the 16-day long tour as “magnificent”. In the first leg of the tour in Mumbai, Hawking addressed an international physics seminar at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR). He was felicitated with the first “Sarojini Damodaran Fellowship” during the “Strings 2001” conference.

  • ‘The Last Jedi’ home release includes silent film version

    Los Angeles: Fans of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” buying the movie for home use will also get access to a cut of the movie where the only audio is of John Williams score. The music-only edit was revealed by the film’s director Rian Johnson on Twitter, who called it his favourite special feature.

  • This is why Stephen Hawking never won the Nobel Prize

    New Delhi: For legendary astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, who redefined cosmology by proposing that black holes are mortal, the Nobel Prize for Physics remained elusive as his theory cannot be observed or verified. Even though his theory is now firmly accepted in theoretical physics, there was no way to verify if black holes are mortal, according to Timothy Ferris, author of ‘The Science of Liberty’.

  • Rupee drops 11 paise against US dollar to 65.00

    Mumbai, Mar 14 (PTI)  The rupee pared its initial gains to slip 11 paise to 65.00 against the American currency in late morning deals, following a sudden bout of dollar demand from importers and banks amid lower equities. The rupee opened a tad higher at 64.88 per dollar as against yesterday’s close of 64.89 at the inter-bank foreign exchange here. The domestic unit witnessed volatility and hovered between a high of 64.86 and a

  • Bihar by-poll result updates: RJD leads in Araria, Jahanabad, BJP in Bhabhua

    Patna: The RJD-led Grand Alliance in Bihar took a lead on Wednesday over the BJP in the Araria Lok Sabha and the Jahanabad Assembly seats while the BJP was ahead in the Bhabhua Assembly seat. After trailing initially, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) moved ahead of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Araria.

  • Omertà Trailer: Rajkummar Rao will leave you spellbound

    Mumbai: The maker of ‘Omerta’ trailer has been out today. The film stars Rajkummar Rao, director Hansal Mehta’s gritty thriller based on British-Pakistani terrorist Omar Saeed Sheikh had already raised expectations after its poster release earlier this week.

  • Myanmar rebuts accusations of human rights violations

    Yangon: Myanmar rebutted the accusations of violation of human rights in Rakhine state following reports by the UN that there was evidence of genocide and ethnic cleansing.

  • Microsoft AI platform, Azure Cloud to power HCL’s ‘Lab 21’

    San Francisco: To help enterprise customers in areas such as Business Intelligence, Big Data and Advanced Analytics, HCL Technologies on Wednesday announced a dedicated state-of-the-art technology development centre.

  • Angela Merkel re-elected by German parliament to fourth term

    Berlin: Germany’s parliament elected Angela Merkel for her fourth term as chancellor today, putting an end to nearly six months of political drift in Europe’s biggest economy. Lawmakers voted 364-315 to re-elect Merkel, Germany’s leader since 2005, who ran unopposed.