Free Press Journal
  • Madras High Court raps CBSE over NEET question paper errors

    Madurai: The Madras High Court Bench here today came down heavily on the CBSE observing that it was being autocratic in the matter related to errors in the Tamil version of this year’s National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.

  • India vs England 2nd T20I in Cardiff: LIVE Score, Match Commentary, Updates

    After thrashing host England in the 1st T20I, Team India will take on English side eyeing to wrap up the three-match T20I series. India started the England tour on an almost high, the visitors defeated the hosts by 8 wickets in the 1st T20I at Manchester. Coming to Cardiff to play the 2nd T20I against India, England would be eager to bounce back and save the series. And this match is expected

  • Burari Mass Deaths: Woman ‘tantrik’ Geeta Maa questioned by Delhi police

    A tantrik (occultist) was questioned by Delhi police in relation to sensational deaths of 11 members in Burari area. The name of the woman is ‘Geeta Maa’ and she is said to be the daughter of the contractor who has built the home of Lalit Chundawat, who had planned the mass murder of the family.

  • Huma Qureshi is praying for Sonali Bendre

    Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi, who has replaced cancer-stricken Sonali Bendre as a judge in a TV show, said she was praying for her speedy recovery. “I am saddened. My prayers are with her. She will return shortly,” Huma said.

  • 1921, 1921 movie, Zareen Khan, Zareen Khan speaks about Vikram Bhatt, Vikram Bhatt, director Vikram Bhatt

    Fashion should be inclusive, feels Zareen Khan

    Zareen Khan believes the market for plus-size fashion remains untapped. The actor was speaking on the sidelines of Lakme Fashion Week’s plus-size show, which she judged along with fashion designer Narendra Kumar. “It was a really good experience and I was really overwhelmed after watching this audition round, because when I was in school and college, my weight was above 100 kg. I wonder why it has taken such a long time

  • ‘Marathi cinema is bolder than Hindi’, says Akshay Kumar

    Akshay Kumar, who has turned presenter for “Chumbak”, believes Marathi cinema is way ahead of Bollywood when it comes exploring complex stories. “The content of Marathi cinema is no doubt better than Hindi cinema. Also, they (Marathi cinema) are much bolder. I have seen ‘Balak Palak’ and I have enjoyed watching it. It is a bold film, they (Marathi cinema) create (good) content and that too bold,” Akshay said during the trailer

  • Mangaluru Horror: Crowd beats up a man who is with his own daughter after mistaking him for a child abductor

    In another horrifying incident, a man was attacked by mob in Mangaluru’s Ujjire town after he was suspected to be child abductor. The name of 30-year-old man is Kaleed, and he was travelling in an auto with his two-year-old daughter. Two man on bike saw Kaleed hitting and scolding his daughter who was crying. The bikers made the rickshaw stop and then forced Kaleed to step outside.

  • Celebrations in Majnu-ka-tilla as Dalai Lama turns 83

    New Delhi: As the Dalai Lama turns 83, Majnu-ka-tilla, the quaint Tibetan locality, also known as the mini-Tibet here, rang in the spiritual leader’s birthday on Friday by thanking India for its support. The Tibetan Children Village school in the colony, decorated with Tibetan and Indian flags, was host to a cultural event organised by the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA).

  • ‘Dhadak’ new song ‘Pehli Baar’ receives mix response on Twitter; check out

    The makers of Dhadak has unveiled the new song ‘Pehli Baar’, and it seems like it is gaining popularity among the audience slowly. However, Dhadak’s title track was instant hit and got millions of views on YouTube. Talking more about the track it will surely remind you of the time when you first met your loved one and celebrated the feeling of love at first sight. The song brings out innocent feelings