Free Press Journal
  • 8 women accuse Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman of sexual harassment

    Hollywood actor Morgan Freemen has been for inappropriate behaviour or harassment, a CNN investigation revealed. Eight women have accused that the actor commented inappropriately about their bodies and attempting to lift up their skirts on a number of film sets.

  • India seeks Australia’s help to combat Nipah virus

    New Delhi: In the wake of Nipah virus cases in Kerala, the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) has written to the Queensland government in Australia asking it to provide an antibody developed there to test if it can “neutralise” the virus in humans.

  • Moscow says no Russian missile involved in MH17 plane crash

    Moscow: Moscow today rejected an international investigation that found a Russian missile downed flight MH17 over Ukraine in 2014, saying no such weapon had ever crossed the Russian-Ukrainian border.

  • BCCI acting president CK Khanna’s wife to contest DDCA elections

    New Delhi: The Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) elections on June 30 will see BCCI acting president CK Khanna’s wife Shashi Khanna contesting for the vice-president’s post. Former India Test player Madan Lal, noted journalist Rajat Sharma and Supreme Court advocate Vikas Singh will be vying for the president’s post in a three-way battle.

  • TV is still stuck in the past, feels Shama Sikander

    Shama Sikander, who is fondly remembered as Pooja from “Yeh Meri Life Hai”, is consciously staying away from TV and says the small screen in still stuck in the past. Pooja was last seen as Bhayankar Pari from “Baal Veer” in 2014, but she chose the digital medium to make her comeback in 2016 with “Sexaholic”.

  • PM Modi accepts Virat Kohli’s challenge; Congress leader challenges him to show his degree

    Earlier today PM Modi accepted Virat Kohli’s fitness challenge on Twitter, but he never knew that his acceptance will lead to anger among people on social media. However, a new challenge is given to PM by Congress politician to show his degree to people. Congress spoke person Sanjay Jha tweeted, “Dear Mr Modi, @narendramodi , I am putting up my BA, MA and MBA degrees here. Are you ready for the #DegreeFitHaiChallenge

  • Bobby Deol, Housefull 4, Race 3, Bobby Deol joins Housefull 4 cast, Sajid Nadiadwala, Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, Bobby Deol's upcoming movies

    Race 3 actor Bobby Deol says, “I want my kids to not look at me and say he is a loser”

    We have seen Bobby Deol as a romantic hero in 90s and he was quite popular among the masses. Even he had some great films to his name, but after some time his movies started to tank at the box office. But since quite a few years the actor is doing well, and has a home production movie ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’ which has done well at the box office.

  • Madhuri Dixit Bucket List trailer

    Bucket List: 5 reasons why we are excited about this Madhuri Dixit film

    Madhuri Dixit is all set for her Marathi debut with the movie Bucket List, the actress is returning back on big screen after four years. The trailer of Bucket List was hit among people and the actress gained appreciation from critics. The film revolves around a housewife played by Madhuri who fulfills the wish list of a heart donor who saved the life of her family member.

  • Dutch PM Mark Rutte hails Modi for Clean Ganga goals

    New Delhi, Lauding the goals set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for cleaning the Ganga, Dutch Premier Mark Rutte today said worldwide there was a need to value water, not only as an economic asset, but for its social, cultural and environmental importance. The government’s Namami Gange initiave, aimed at cleaning the 2525 km-long river, was undertaken and approved as its flagship programme in June 2014. It has a budget outlay of

  • Anti-Sterlite Protest: From CM’s blame game to DMK leader Stalin’s detention; all you need to know

    Chennai/Tuticorin: The death toll from police firing at Tuticorin today went up to 13, even as cases were registered against opposition leaders, including DMK’s M K Stalin and actor-politician Kamal Haasan for defying prohibitory orders, officials said. Over 100 people were arrested for protesting police firing on Tuesday and Wednesday in the port city that left 13 dead.

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    Delhi High Court disapproves of AAP government’s free water scheme

    New Delhi: The AAP government’s policy of providing 20 kilo litres of free water across the board for domestic use today came in for criticism from the Delhi High Court, which said “nothing should be given free” except for where it is really needed. “Nothing should be given free to nobody. Charge 10 paise or one paisa. Nothing should be given free, except where people really need it like the poor,” a

  • UP: Yogi Adityanath’s government likely to change Allahabad’s name to Prayagraj

    Allahabad, Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government may rechristen Allahabad as Prayagraj and a decision in this regard could be taken before next year’s Kumbh Mela in the holy city. The city, if the decision is taken, will be named after Prayag, which is a famous holy place in Allahabad, where three main rivers flowing across the state namely Ganges, Yamuna, and Sarasvati meet. Further, the place is also known for hosting Kumbh

  • Delhi to re-launch app on DTC buses

    New Delhi, Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Thursday said the government will relaunch its mobile app ‘PoochhO’ in two weeks to help the commuters get information related to DTC and cluster buses. “We are working on the revamp of our mobile app ‘PoochhO’ and will be re-launching it in two weeks. The passengers can get the information related to the timing, frequency and route of the buses through it,” he said.