Free Press Journal
  • US indicts 9 Iranians for massive global cyber attacks

    Washington DC: The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) on Friday indicted charges against nine Iranians for their massive hacking into over 300 global universities and theft of precious academic data and intellectual property. According to the charges, it alleges that the defendants worked on behalf of the Iranian government, specifically the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

  • Uday Chopra back on Twitter after a long hiatus

    Mumbai: Actor Uday Chopra is back on Twitter after a long hiatus. “So…Twitter is still here I guess. I’ve been gone for a while. Not sure if I’m back yet but saying hi,” Uday tweeted on Saturday.

  • India should move out of agriculture into industry, services says former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan

    Kochi: Former Governor of Reserve Bank of India Raghuram Rajan on Friday said the country should enable its workforce to move out of agriculture into industry and services, as income in the latter sectors is much higher. He said the society has always found ways to adapt to changing times even when there have been fears of machines replacing humans.

  • Deepika Padukone: Important for celebrities to speak up, bring change

    New Delhi: As multiple Bollywood films are celebrating how weaknesses can be turned into strengths, leading actress Deepika Padukone says it is important for celebrities to use their place of influence and power to bring about change in society.

  • World Tuberculosis Day: Here are 10 important facts about the life-threatening disease

    March 24 is observed as World Tuberculosis Day. India has seen high rates of Tuberculosis cases. Today, President and PM have also come out to address the issue of Tuberculosis in India., urging it to stop by 2050. The disease is responsible for destroying millions of lives every year. The theme of the year is “Wanted: Leaders for a TB-free world”. The theme asks for a commitment from the political leaders at all

  • Ravi Kishan to produce Indo-Thai film with Guy Ratchanont Suprakob

    Ravi Kishan to produce Indo-Thai film with Guy Ratchanont Suprakob

    Mumbai: Ravi Kishan, who has worked in almost more than 500 films and in many languages like Hindi, Bhojpuri, Tamil, Kannada and others. He is soon going to make a Indo-Thai film with Thai actor Guy Ratchanont Suprakob. This film will be made in Hindi language and it will be dubbed in Thai. The film will be produced and acted by Ravi Kishan and Guy. The film will be shot in Thailand

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    Irrfan Khan not consulting any Ayurveda doctor: Spokesperson

    Mumbai: Actor Irrfan Khan, who is suffering from neuroedocrine tumour, is not undergoing any Ayurvedic treatment, his spokesperson said today. Debunking the reports that Irrfan is consulting Ayurveda doctor Vaidya Balendu Prakash, who also treated Steve Jobs, the spokesperson said the actor once spoke to the doctor about his health but there have been no further “conversation or consultation”.

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    I do things if I like it, says Ajay Devgn

    New Delhi: Actor-producer Ajay Devgn says he associates himself with projects he likes. Ajay ventured into Marathi cinema with “Aapla Manus”, which released in February.

  • No question of leadership change in Goa: BJP leader

    Panaji: A senior Goa BJP leader today ruled out the possibility of change in leadership in the state saying that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, who is currently undergoing treatment in the US, will return in six weeks to be at the helm of affairs.

  • It was crazy, ridiculous: Mahira Khan on being trolled for short dress, smoking with Ranbir Kapoor

    Mumbai: Raees actor Mahira Khan has opened up about the viral photo with Ranbir Kapoor where she was spotted with him, hanging out on a street of New York in September last year. While talking on BBC World News’ ‘Hardtalk’, she recounted how it became a national topic and debate, she said: “That was the first time in my entire career that I was caught up in a so-called controversy and it

  • Manu Bhaker, Gaurav Rana lead India’s charge with gold and silver

    Sydney: Pistol sensation Manu Bhaker continued her terrific run of form, again claiming the individual as well as team gold medal, while Gaurav Rana bagged a silver, as Indian shooters set the stage ablaze in the ISSF Junior World Cup here today.

  • Miami Open: Dejected Djokovic looks for answers after defeat

    Miami: Six-time champion Novak Djokovic “ran out of gas” in a straight sets loss to Benoit Paire, while the red-hot Juan Martin Del Potro won his opening match at the ATP Miami Masters. It was another setback for the Serbian star Djokovic as he bids to return from the elbow injury that sidelined him for six months and finally saw him have “minor” surgical intervention after a disappointing Australian Open. “I’m trying,

  • Golfer McIlroy, Spieth ousted at WGC Match Play, Garcia and Thomas advance 

    Austin: World number four Jordan Spieth and seventh-ranked Rory McIlroy were ousted from the World Golf Championships Match Play Championship with defeats in final group matches. US 18th seed Brian Harman never trailed in dispatching McIlroy 5&3 and capturing his group with two wins and a draw.