Free Press Journal
  • ‘Veere Di Wedding’ new song ‘Aa Jao Na’ is a soulful track

    The makers of the movie ‘Veere Di Wedding’ have released a soulful song ‘Aa Jao Na’. The song has been sung by non-other than Arijit Singh. Talking more about the song, it is an emotional song which depicts the pain of separation. Before ‘Aa Jao Na’ other two songs ‘Taareefan’ and ‘Veere’ had gained positive response from the audience on social media and also got millions of views on Youtube.

  • Aashka Goradia’s focus is on her new venture

    Aashka Goradia says she is focussed on her latest venture, Renee by Aashka, but the “Naagin” actress is also keen on doing an action-packed role in a TV show. “My focus is definitely on my new venture now but I want to do an action-packed role on television. My body, my mind and my acting skills are ready and aching to be a part of an action series irrespective of the platform.

  • Huma Qureshi finds Rajinikanth inspiring

    Huma Qureshi, who will be sharing the screen space for the first time with Rajinikanth in ‘Kaala’, says working with the superstar was a dream come true for her. “He is truly inspiring and an amazing human being. The whole shooting was a learning process for me, each and every person on the set was warm and appreciative,” Huma said. “‘Kaala’ was an experience of a lifetime for me, I have learnt

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    Tough for actors to make place for themselves today: Madhuri Dixit-Nene

    Madhuri Dixit Nene believes with cinema not being the only source of entertainment in today’s digital world, it has become tougher for young generation of actors to establish themselves.  Madhuri, who has been one of the most popular female actors in Hindi film industry, said audiences have lots of “distraction” now. Today, there is so much distraction for people, like Netflix, etc… There is so much clutter. So, to make a place

  • Production not a vanity project for me: John Abraham

    With films like “Vicky Donor” and “Madras Cafe” John Abraham has established his credibility as a producer and the actor believes the reason for his success is the fact that he does not consider himself as the “hero” of every project.

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    Kota: Police constable killed, friends escape unhurt in accident

    Kota: In a bizarre incident, a police constable was killed, while his three co-passengers escaped unhurt after their car fell into a roadside ditch here last night. The deceased, Mukesh Shekhawat (34), was returning home with three friends when their car collided with a divider on the Jhalawar-Baran road and fell into a ditch, Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) of Anantpura police station, Deshraj, said today.

  • Delhi may face blackout due to coal shortage: AAP Minister Satyendar Jain

    New Delhi: Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) may face a blackout as power plants in the region do not have reserve coal for “more than one day”, Delhi Power Minister Satyendar Jain said on Friday. Addressing the media here, Jain slammed Union Coal Minister Piyush Goyal for the shortage and said he had written to Goyal on May 17 but the latter had not responded.

  • SSC paper leak case: CBI questions Sify Technology COO

    New Delhi: The CBI on Friday said that it questioned Sify Technology Pvt Ltd COO C.R. Rao in connection with its ongoing probe into the leak of a Staff Selection Commission(SSC) exam paper. Chief Operating Officer Rao was questioned for over seven hours at the Central Bureau of Investigation headquarters here. Rao is currently posted in Chennai.

  • Infant dies after falling ill on train

    Allahabad (UP), a six-month old baby died today after falling ill on a train travelling between Dibrugarh and New Delhi. The family reported to the Railway authorities that the child was seriously ill when the Brahmputra Mail arrived at Allahabad Junction. A doctor from the Railway hospital reached the station a few minutes later, but the passengers had already taken the infant to hospital, an official said. Doctors there declared the child

  • MP man, arrested for raping daughter, accuses wife of frame-up

    Khandwa (MP), a man was arrested in Mundi in Madhya Pradesh’s Khandwa district for allegedly raping his 12-year-old daughter, a police official said today. On the complaint of the victim, the accused was arrested on Thursday night and has been charged with rape under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, said Assistant Sub Inspector Parinita Belekar. She said that according to

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    CBI alleges ‘delay tactics’ by 2G case accused

    New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday told the Delhi High Court that accused in 2G spectrum allocation case are trying to delay the proceedings on the pretext of not receiving court’s notice. Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told Justice S.P. Garg that accused were using “delay tactics” as some of them said they had not received any notice from the Delhi High Court, which is hearing appeals from

  • Mumbai to get UAV surveillance, panic buttons to ensure women’s safety

    Mumbai, To enhance women’s safety in the megapolis, Mumbai police are planning to use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for surveillance and install `panic buttons’ across the city, a senior official said today. The measures are part of a Rs 252-crore Safe City Project, which will be implemented fully in three years. “Use of UAVs for this purpose will be the first in the country,” said K M M Prasanna, Additional Commissioner of