Free Press Journal
  • Delhi Burari deaths: CCTV reveals its a case of mass suicide, not murder; according to police

    The death mystery of Bhatia family in Delhi is getting shocking as the investigation reports are coming out. According to latest report, Delhi Police Crime Branch rules out the possibility of murder in the mysterious case. The initial investigation has shown possibility of a spiritual angle, and now it seems like it is confirmed. According to Times Now sources, the family was supposed to perform some other pooja however, they died while

  • Not a ‘dictator’ who will run away from courts: Nawaz Sharif

    London/Islamabad: Embattled former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif today said the accountability court should delay its verdict in a corruption case against him till he returns to the country, emphasising that he was not a “dictator” who will run away from the courts.

  • Navi Mumbai land deal: Shiv Sena asks CM Devendra Fadnavis to come clean

    Mumbai, The Shiv Sena today asked Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to “come clean” on the Congress’ charges of his “blessings” to an “illegal transfer” of 24 acres of government land worth Rs 1,767 in Navi Mumbai for a song to a business partner of a BJP MLC, allegedly “close” to him. The BJP’s estranged ally pegged its demand on recent reports on Anti-Corruption Bureau giving earlier in May “clean

  • Emirates airline takes a U-turn; decides to continue serving Hindu meal

    New Delhi: In a U-turn, Gulf carrier Emirates today scrapped its decision to discontinue ‘Hindu meal’ on its flights citing customer feedback. The move comes a day after the airline announced that it would stop serving ‘Hindu meal’ and that Hindu customers can choose from a variety of regionally-inspired vegetarian and special meals.

  • Karan V. Grover and the case of mistaken identity

    Karan V. Grover, known for shows like “Saarrthi” and “Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki”, recalled how people would occasionally mistake him for “Alone” actor Karan Singh Grover.  While shooting for an episode of Zee TV’s weekend chat show “JuzzBaatt… Sangeen Se Namkeen Tak”, Karan went down memory lane. “There were times when I used to get 100 calls a day by the name of Karan Singh Grover and I didn’t know what

  • Sanjay Mishra excited about his film on water crisis

    Sanjay Mishra is happy to be part of a film, which touches upon the issue of water crisis in a village in Rajasthan. “I am playing the protagonist in the film. It is the fictionalisation of a true incident of water crisis in a village of Rajasthan,” Sanjay said.

  • Smita Patil and Raj Babbar’s son Pratiek Babbar will get engaged to girlfriend Sanya Sagar this month

    Prateik Babbar always wanted to play anti-national

    Prateik Babbar, who plays a misguided youth in the film “Mulk”, says he has always wanted to essay the role of an anti-national. “I have always wanted to essay the role of an anti-national. Playing grey comes easy to me but I had to learn a lot of new things to portray terrorism in the right light,” Prateik said.

  • JK Rowling calls out Donald Trump over typos, declares him ‘the Gratest Writer’

    London, Author JK Rowling took potshots at US President Donald Trump for making a grammatical error in a tweet while boasting about his writing ability. Trump in a tweet, hailed himself as “best selling” author. “After having written many best selling books, and somewhat priding myself on my ability to write, it should be noted that the Fake News constantly likes to pour over my tweets looking for a mistake.

  • Sanju Movie: 3 wives to underworld connections, 5 things audience wanted to see in Sanjay Dutt ‘biopic’

    Ranbir Kapoor starrer Sanju hit the theaters last Friday and instantly garnered public’s appreciation, so much so that it broke few records on box office. It became the biggest opener for Ranbir Kapoor and Rajkumar Hirani, highest opening weekend grosser of 2018, highest single day for a Hindi film and biggest opener of 2018. But there were few aspects of Dutt’s life which audience wanted to see on the

  • Strange co-incidence between Sonali Bendre and her India’s Best Dramebaaz co-judge Anurag Basu

    Bollywood actor Sonali Bendre revealed that she has been diagnosed with ‘high-grade cancer’. Meanwhile, ever since the news broke to Bollywood colleagues and her fans were in shock and wishing her speedy recovery. However, in the past, Bollywood has witnessed the blow of celebs battling from cancer. And among them were ‘Barfi’ director Anurag Basu. However, in a tragic and unbelievable occurrence, there is a striking resemblance

  • Pakistan Supreme Court asks ISI to specify date by which it would remove blockades from road outside its headquarter

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s Supreme Court today asked the powerful spy agency – the ISI – to specify a date by which it would remove the blockades from the main road in front of its headquarters in the national capital. A three-member bench led by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar, however, suspended an earlier Islamabad High Court (IHC) order asking the Inter-Services Intelligence to remove barricades within a week.