Free Press Journal
  • Grenade hurled at CRPF camp in Srinagar

    Srinagar: Militants hurled a grenade at a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) camp here on Friday but it did not explode.

  • Sex ratio has increased in Maharashtra: Government

    Mumbai: The sex ratio — the number of females per a thousand males — in Maharashtra has improved, the state government told the Legislative Assembly today.

  • Missing trailer is out: Starring Annu Kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee and Tabu the movie looks promising

    Missing trailer is must watch and even Johan Abraham shared the trailer on his Twitter account and wrote ‘Nothing is what it seems’. Talking about the trailer it has quite impressive scenes, where all three stars Annu kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee and Tabu showed their acting talent. It is thriller movie, in the trailer a child is missing and parents of the child, Tabu and Manoj are under the radar of investigating officer

  • Are Deepika and Ranveer getting married? Actress was spotted shopping with mom and sister in Bangalore

    Wedding season started in Bollywood after Virat Anushka and now the buzz is that Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone is all set to tie the knot soon and Deepika has already started her wedding shopping, according to Spotboye. As per the reports published online the actress is in Bangalore with her mother Ujjala Padukone and sister Anisha Padukone to shop for her wedding. Deepika is doing a movie with Irrfan Khan and

  • France Supermarket Shooting: Gunman killed by the police, 3 dead, several injured

    Trebes(France): At least three people were killed today in a shooting spree and hostage siege in southern France by a man claiming allegiance to the Islamic State group, security sources told AFP. Security forces killed the gunman — believed to be a Moroccan who was on a watchlist of suspected Islamic extremists — after he carried out three separate attacks in the medieval town of Carcassonne and nearby Trebes.

  • CDR case, Call Details Records, Supreme court, thane, thane cops, Bombay High Court, Nawazuddin siddiqui

    Supreme Court to hear plea seeking criminalisation of nikah halala and polygamy

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday, agreed to hear the plea filed by Nafisa Khan, on criminalisation of Nikah Halala and polygamy. The court will hear the plea on March 26. Earlier on March 5, a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was filed in the apex court demanding to declare Nikah Halala and polygamy as ‘unconstitutional’.

  • Veteran actress rape case: Accused sent to police custody till March 28

    Mumbai: The accused in the rape case of veteran Bollywood actress has been sent to police custody till March 28 by Mumbai’s Esplanade Court. The Mumbai police on Thursday arrested the accused, who is a Mumbai-based businessman. He is also accused in a 15.5 crore fraud case. The top 1970s actress had earlier filed a complaint of stalking and criminal intimidation against the same businessman. He got arrested in January 2018, but

  • Tiger Shroff says action movies is his happy place, because it has mass appeal

    Tiger Shroff, geared up for ‘Baaghi 2’, believes that action has a universal language. The action genre was one of the prominent genres in Hindi films in the 1980s and 1990s. There is a huge audience for action entertainers in the country, but only a few actors are attempting it. Tiger is one of them.

  • Rakul Preet thinks hurdles are a stepping stones to success

    Rakul Preet feels it is very important to see failures, without which you cannot learn. “In life, failure teaches more than success because if you don’t have failures you will never value success and never understand how it is to taste success. It is very important for everyone to go through ups and downs, because only then you will take your job seriously, be thankful for everything you have and like we

  • Sushmita Sen is happy that people’s perception towards adoption is changing

    Sushmita Sen, who raises two adopted daughters, is happy that people are now more open to the idea of adoption. The ‘Main Hoon Na’ star expressed her views when she became a part of one of the chat shows. “I think people need to get out of this zone which is really just a zone… where they believe that blood and bones create a family. That we are truly not marrying an

  • 11 murals that give Mumbai an artistic makeover

    Murals are a way of expressing emotions and opinions and over the years the walls of India are transforming from a mundane and paan-stained street to a piece of art. These sudden bursts of creativity are where people stop, stare and take selfies.  The trend of murals is taking its baby steps in the country and from what we feel, is that these colours on a withered wall are consciously or subconsciously