Free Press Journal
  • Salman Khan has been a huge, positive force for me: Jacqueline Fernandez

    Post the blockbuster hit of ‘Kick’, Jacqueline Fernandez is all set to recreate the magic with superstar Salman Khan in their upcoming action franchise, ‘Race 3’. Jacqueline who has always been vocal about her equation with Salman Khan has gone ahead to speak in depth about her ‘Race 3’ co-star.

  • FPJ’s Dream XI For West Indies Vs Sri Lanka First Test

    West Indies and Sri Lanka will contest a Test series in the Caribbean Island for the first time in 10 years and only 4th time in 36 years. The two teams will lock horns against each other at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad. Sri Lanka last tour of West Indies was 10 years ago under captain Mahela Jayawardene. While Lankans arrive on this trip in terrific form, in which their only

  • Congress will waive farm loan within 10 days, if voted to power in MP: Rahul Gandhi

    Mandsaur: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said if his party is voted to power in Madhya Pradesh, it would waive farmers’ loans in 10 days. Addressing a rally here, Gandhi questioned the delay in filing a probe report into the death of seven farmers in police firing a year ago, alleging that the BJP government in the state had failed to provide security to farmers and

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    Delhi High Court junks PIL for probe into killing of 39 Indians in Iraq

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today dismissed a PIL by a lawyer seeking “detailed investigation” into alleged lapses by the Centre in saving 39 Indians, who were killed by terror outfit ISIS in Iraq in 2014, saying there was “no public interest” in the matter.

  • Two fans of Pawan Kalyan die of electrocution

    Vijayawada, Two fans of actor-politician Pawan Kalyan died of electrocution while trying to install a 30-foot ‘flexi’ in Andhra Pradesh’s Visakhapatnam district, police said. The incident occurred in Payakaraopeta town, some 90 km from the coastal city of Visakhapatnam, on Tuesday night.

  • Supreme Court refuses to stall declaration of CLAT-2018 merit list on Thursday

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stall the declaration of the CLAT-2018 merit list and consequent counselling  with a rider that the entire exercise will be subject to the outcome of the petitions pending before it. The Common Law Admission Test 2018 merit list will be out on Thursday. The results were declared on May 31.

  • Beaten, abused parents win legal battle against son, his wife

    New Delhi,  Beaten and abused for years, an elderly couple has won a legal battle against their son and daughter-in-law with a city court asking the man and his wife to evict from the house and let the senior citizens live peacefully. South Delhi District Magistrate Amjad Tak allowed the plea filed by the 78-year-old man and his wife, 74, seeking protection from their son and daughter-in -law under the provisions of

  • Bihar Board Result 2018: BSEB 12th Result 2018 declared; Class 10 result on June 26; how to check

    The result of Bihar Class 12 examination has been released today, on June, 6 by the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB).. Meanwhile, the BSEB would declare the Class 10 or Matric exam results on June 26, at 4:30 pm. The Bihar Board Result 2018, Bihar Intermediate Result 2018, Bihar 12th Result 2018 is available on the official website In case due to heavy traffic, one is unable to open this website, he/she

  • China approves first home made anti-HIV drug

    Beijing: China has approved the first domestically developed, long-acting injectable HIV drug Albuvirtide which could be a boon to tens of thousands of HIV/AIDS patients in the country, the official media reported. The drug, approved by the China Food and Drug Administration, can block the fusion of the virus and host cell membranes, interrupting the HIV life cycle in its earliest stage, state-run Global Times quoted a report from Science and Technology Daily.

  • Karnataka cabinet expansion: 14 Congress, 9 JDS MLAs sworn-in as ministers

    Bengaluru: The 15-day-old H D Kumaraswamy ministry in Karnataka was expanded today with the induction of 25 ministers. Fourteen ministers are from the Congress, nine from its ruling coalition partner JDS and one each from the BSP and the KPJP. Governor Vajubhai Vala administered the oath of office and secrecy to the new ministers at a ceremony at Raj Bhavan.