Free Press Journal
  • Meghan Markle's royal wedding had huge impact on 'Suits', says creator Aaron Korsh

    Royal Wedding 2018: All you need to know about Prince Harry – Meghan Markle royal wedding

    The royal wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will take place on May 19, 2018, Saturday, at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. The ceremony will be followed by a carriage procession and two receptions. Thousands of people will gather on the streets of Windsor to get a glimpse of the royal couple, while millions around the globe will watch the ceremony live on television and internet. The announcement of their wedding

  • Trinamool Congress looks to sweep West Bengal Panchayat polls, BJP in second spot

    Kolkata: The ruling Trinamool Congress on Thursday looked set for a resounding victory crushing all opposition parties in rural West Bengal, after nearly 11 hours of vote count in the three-tier state Panchayat election, with the BJP emerging a distant second in almost all the districts.

  • Ink hurled at Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar

    Hisar: A man hurled ink at Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar here, creating a commotion at a public event and revealing chinks in the politician’s security. Security personnel accompanying the chief minister grappled with the man as he shouted slogans and then handed him over to the local police.

  • Mumbai’s dabbawalas buy turban for Prince Harry, saree for Meghan

    Mumbai: Ahead of the royal wedding in Britain, Mumbai’s famed dabbawalas today indulged in a bit of shopping for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, buying a “pheta” (turban) for the groom and a saree for the bride. Taking a break from their routine of going around offices on cycles laden with lunch boxes, the dabbawalas went to a shop in Lalbaug area of central Mumbai and bought the traditional Maharashtrian Paithani saree for Meghan

  • Rail bookings, services to remain briefly shut on Friday and Saturday in Delhi

    New Delhi: Rail services on Delhi passenger reservation system (PRS), including enquiry on 139 and ticket bookings, will remain unavailable for a period of two and a half hours tomorrow and the day after, the Northern Railway said today. The services will remain shut from 11.45 pm on May 18 to 2.15 am on May 19 due to upgradation work on Delhi’s computerised PRS, it said in a statement.

  • Indoor Air Purifiers – A healthcare Solution for your family, NOT a GIZMO!!!

    When we were growing up, air purifiers or even the concept of air purification wasn’t a thing. Today, air pollution is a grim reality! Deteriorating quality of air is a serious cause of concern and has also made air purifiers an increasingly popular product. To combat the problem of indoor air pollution, you can find a handful of brands selling various types of air purifiers.

  • Inspired by Jonty Rhodes, AB de Villiers wants to name his third child ‘Taj’ over ‘Karnataka’

    South African cricketer and IPL star AB de Villiers holds huge love among Indian fans, and not only that the cricketer has showed his love towards the country by following its culture. AB de Villiers has two children with wife Danielle which he named AB Junior in 2015,  and then in 2017 their second boy was born and the couple named him John Richard.

  • Congress to observe ‘Save Democracy Day’ across country on Friday

    New Delhi: The Congress will observe ‘Save Democracy Day’ across the country on Friday to protest Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala’s “collusion with the BJP” and his “partisan” action of inviting BJP leader B.S. Yeddyurappa to take oath as Chief Minister following a split verdict in that state.

  • Supreme Court adjourns Ayodhya land dispute case

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned the Ayodhya-Babri Masjid land dispute case. The next hearing will be held after summer vacation.The apex court is hearing 13 appeals filed against the 2010 judgment of the Allahabad High Court that mandated a three-way division of the disputed site in Ayodhya.

  • Aditi Sharma shooting despite being ill

    Aditi Sharma didn’t let her illness come in the way of shooting for her show “Kaleerein”.  While shooting for a high-octane sequence for the show on Tuesday, the actress started feeling uneasy and ended up vomiting on the set. A doctor was immediately summoned.

  • Keith Sequeira loved playing mean

    Actor and model Keith Sequeira says he thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of playing a negative role for the first time in a show. He had entered the show “Udann” as a “bad boy”.

  • Lesbian relationships mostly depicted as male fantasy: Sonal Sehgal

    Oscar-winning producer Marc Baschet has come on board to co-produce the new directorial venture of Rahat Kazmis “Lihaaf”, and now its lead actress Sonal Sehgal says she had co-written the script to present the homosexual relationship in a much-dignified manner rather than just as a “male fantasy”.

  • Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: Congress, JD-S will protect MLAs, says Kumaraswamy

    Bengaluru: Former Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy on Thursday said they will protect all the Congress and Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) MLAs to prevent any poaching ahead of the trust vote in the assembly. “Congress and JD-S will protect all their MLAs in Karnataka,” Kumaraswamy told the media here.

  • Bollywood actor Salman Khan in Jodhpur

    Privileged if my Rs 100 cr film is called ‘flop’: Salman Khan

    Salman Khan’s movie “Tubelight” was panned by critics, but the actor says if a film of his makes more than Rs 100 crore and is still called a “flop”, then he is honoured. Released last year, “Tubelight” did a business of over Rs 100 crore in India. The film, however, was panned by critics and went on to incur losses, which Khan later compensated.

  • Atmosphere of fear in country, situation similar to Pakistan: Rahul Gandhi

    Raipur: Against the backdrop of political developments in Karnataka, Congress president Rahul Gandhi today claimed the situation in the country was similar to that in Pakistan under “dictatorship”. At an event here, he alleged there was an atmosphere of fear in the country and the Constitution was under “severe attack”, with even the institutions such as the judiciary and the press being suppressed and threatened.