Free Press Journal
  • 5 elderly patients die in Kanpur hospital ICU       

    Kanpur: As many as five elderly patients died in the ICU of a state-run hospital here during the last two days, with their attendants alleging AC plant failure as the reason behind the deaths, a charge refuted by the administration of the facility.

  • Democracy under attack in India: Actor and filmmaker Nandita Das

    New Delhi, Democracy is under threat in India with “artists, writers and rationalists” being attacked in some form or the other, says acclaimed actress and filmmaker Nandita Das, who feels conservatives and right-wing groups are increasingly becoming the country’s moral police. Be it the debate around growing intolerance in India or the agitation around the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film “Padmaavat” or the issues around “S Durga” or

  • Militants strike in Kupwara hours before Rajnath Singh’s visit

    Kupwara: Militants attacked security forces in a north Kashmir village in Kupwara on Friday hours before Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh visited the border district. Sources said there was a brief exchange of fire between militants and the army in Langate area of Kupwara — some 100 km north of Srinagar. No casualties were reported.

  • Salman Khan’s Race 3 gets clearance by Censor Board in 24 hours

    Miracles do happen. No further proof of this is required than the swiftness with which the new Salman Khan starrer Race 3 was cleared by the Censor Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) in less than 24 hours.

  • Mail and Express trains to get saloons for exclusive journey

    New Delhi: Aiming to increase earnings, Indian Railways will add a saloon to mail/express trains, if booked by passengers for exclusive travel for reaching destination in comfort by paying a little more. Known as an Inspection Car, a saloon is a specially designed rail coach with two bedrooms, a drawing/dining room, two bathrooms, an attendant’s room and a kitchen.

  • I would love to play superhero: Vivek Dahiya

    New Delhi, The world is going gaga over on-screen superheroes, and actor Vivek Dahiya is no different. The actor says he wants to continue exploring multiple genres, and superhero tops his to-do list.”I would love to play a superhero or even do a biopic. I have always been a sports lover so, I would love to play a sports player or even a mafia,” Vivek told IANS. “I don’t want to repeat


    Canada Senate votes to legalise recreational marijuana

    Ottawa: Canada’s Senate passed a law legalizing recreational marijuana, moving it closer to becoming the first member of the Group of Seven nations to legalise the production, sale and consumption of the drug.

  • Rashid Khan helps Afghanistan complete 3-0 rout of Bangladesh

    Dehradun: Wonder spinner Rashid Khan once again came to his side’s rescue and produced a brilliant final over to help Afghanistan beat Bangladesh by one run in the nail-biting third and final T20 International, en route to a 3-0 series whitewash here today.

  • Shilpa Shetty receives adorable birthday wish from husband Raj Kundra

    New Delhi, Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty Kundra, who is celebrating her 43rd birthday today, has received an adorable wish from her husband Raj Kundra. Raj took to social media to post a video for his ‘gorgeous girlfriend’. “A beautiful journey so far but I wish I could turn back the clock. I’d find you sooner and love you longer. Thinking of you keeps me awake. Dreaming of you keeps me

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    ‘Race 3’ song ‘Party Chale On’: Salman Khan and Mika Singh’s collaboration sets the party mood

    Superstar Salman Khan reunites with music sensation for the most happening party number of the season ‘Party Chale On’ for Race 3. The super-hit duo has earlier delivered multiple chartbusters that still get the audience grooving to its foot tapping tunes. After collaborating for Dhinka Chika (Ready), Desi Beat (Bodyguard), Jumme Ki Raat (Kick) and Aaj ki Party (Bajrangi Bhaijaan), Salman Khan

  • ‘Kaala’ Movie Review: Realistic guide to dirty side of slum redevelopment

    Pa. Ranjith’s “Kaala“, showcased in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, is a captivating socio-drama. It is a family-friendly tale with all the trappings of a South Indian fare. It is a superhero film of a different variety. The film begins on a weak, unimpressive note that represents comic book graphics, but soon, it builds the momentum that is expected of a Rajinikanth film. It is a pot-boiler packed with Rajinikanth

  • Spree Marketing Completes 4 Successful Years of Operation

    Spree Marketing, a full-fledged Digital Marketing Company, said that it has completed four years of operation in the niche area. The company has expanded its activities to include Web Design, Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, and PPC Management Services, among many others. This, in turn, has enabled their clients to achieve success on various fronts like ad and search engine ranking. As Spree Marketing enters the fifth year of operation, the company expects

  • Mumbai Rains Latest Updates: Heavy traffic from orchard Avenue JVLR towards Jogeshwari till IES

    Heavy rains lashed out in Mumbai yesterday, leaving several areas waterlogged and delaying local trains. But yesterday was just a trailer, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) the city received pre-monsoon showers, and monsoon has reached the Konkan coast. Despite Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) tall claims of preparedness, there were reports of water-logging in many areas.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: From headbutts to bites, 10 shocking FIFA World Cup controversies

    The whole world is set to enjoy the football fever with the upcoming FIFA World Cup starting from June 14. While the history of FIFA World Cup has a lot of memories of victories of various nations, it also has some noteworthy infamous memories of controversies. While some of these controversies include brutal fouls, others consist of major faults by match referees. Let’s have a look