Free Press Journal
  • Asian Games 2018: India’s schedule at Day 14 of the Games; Where to watch Live

    Varsha Gautham and Sweta Shervegar clinched a silver medal in the 49er FX women sailing competition while Harshita Tomar settled for bronze in the Open Laser 4.7 category at the Asian Games on Friday. In the 49er FX category, Varsha and Sweta scored a total of 44 points and 40 net points to finish second. The Indian women’s hockey team lost 1-2 to Japan in the final of the Asian Games. Japan

  • Dabholkar killing: ‘Main shooter’ taken to crime spot in Pune

    Pune: A Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team today took Sachin Andure, the alleged main shooter in rationalist Narendra Dabholkar’s killing case, to the crime spot here in Maharashtra. According to a police officer, Andure, who had his face covered was taken to the Omkareshwar Bridge, where Dabholkar was shot dead by two motorcycle-borne assailants on August 20, 2013 while he was on a morning walk.

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    Congress attacks Centre over rising fuel prices, falling rupee

    New Delhi: The Congress on Friday attacked the Modi government over “skyrocketing” fuel prices and claimed that over Rs 11 lakh crore was earned from taxes imposed on fuels while the rupee is at a record low of Rs 71 per dollar.

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    Wife of lawyer arrested in Bhima-Koregaon violence case moves Supreme Court

    New Delhi: The wife of a lawyer arrested in connection with Bhima-Koregaon violence incident in Maharashtra moved the Supreme Court today seeking to intervene in a petition filed by noted historian Romila Thapar and others against the recent arrest of Left-wing activists by the Maharashtra Police for suspected links with Maoists.

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    India’s rising economic fortunes mean better prospects for common man: Amit Shah

    New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah today credited “transformative changes” ushered in by the Modi government for a 8.2 per cent growth in the economy, a 15-quarter high, and said it will mean better prospects for the common man. In a dig at the preceding UPA government, he said the economy was in a shambles when Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over but an unfazed NDA, the entire cabinet, “single-mindedly” focussed on

  • Sakshi Dhoni hopes that Husband- Wife pilots flying her plane don’t start fighting midair

    Sakshi Dhoni was holidaying in Shimla for a while and now the trip is over. However, there is something Sakshi is worried about, it looks like her concern is being flown in air by two pilots who are married to each other. Sakshi’s latest posts is a video of the pilot-couple talking to each other. The caption on the video reads “Husband wife flying us! I hope they don’t fight midair… Wife is the captain

  • Digitek launches AFI D3 Phoenix Gimbal for Videography Aficionados

    New Delhi– Digitek, an Indian market leader in Photographic & Smartphone accessories, today announced the exclusive launch of AFI Phoenix D3 Gimbal that supports the professional DLSR camera with innovative handle and built-in foldable mini tripod design. The sophisticated device supports real-time camera focusing with cutting-edge features and functions to capture the moments with absolute precision and depth. The Gimbal uses efficient brushless motor technology for swift, precise and enduring performance.

  • Rehmatein 5: Hitting all the right notes

    The joy of experiencing your favourite singers performing on stage coupled with the sight of veteran musicians receiving their monetary gifts… the Rehmatein 5 music concert on August 30 at the Shanmukhananda Hall hit all the right notes.

  • Sikandar Kher opens up about friend Dulquer Salmaan

    Sikandar Kher will be acting with Dulquer Salmaan for the first time, but their friendship began even before the Malayalam star made his acting debut in 2012 with the film “Second Show”. The actors have been cast for “The Zoya Factor”, based on author Anuja Chauhan’s novel with the same name.

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    Ekta Kapoor denies with Shweta Tiwari’s claim of daughter Palak being approached for Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2

    Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari was reported to play a role of Prerna in the upcoming Kasautii Zindagii Kay reboot. And Shweta Tiwari also confirmed the news to Hindustan Times that her daughter was approached for the role, “Yes, I would have told her to go ahead and do it. In fact, everybody was saying, even from Balaji (production house) that she should do it. It was she who said ‘No mom, I don’t

  • Richa Chadha tells all about casting couch

    Richa Chadha has faced casting couch “a couple of times”, but she says she never chose that route even if it would have made life easier for her. An outspoken actress, Richa shared her thoughts on matters of casting couch in web show “The Girl Tribe”.

  • Apply ‘tan-man-dhan’ to win 2019 Lok Sabha polls in Maharashtra: Mallikarjun Kharge

    Kolhapur: Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge today asked party leaders in Maharashtra to put up a united show in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls to ensure victory and told them to apply ‘tan-man-dhan’ (body-mind-resources) “as they were in power for 15 years”. The Congress was in power in Maharashtra along with the NCP for 15 years in a row till 2014, before a BJP-led government took over the reins of the state.