Free Press Journal
  • Birthday girl Kiara Advani’s deep-rooted ‘Bollywood connections’ will leave you stunned!

    I’m more driven than ever: Kiara Advani

    Kiara Advani, who drew unprecedented attention with her performance in “Lust Stories”, says she is now more responsible with her film choices and also more driven than ever.  She made her acting debut with “Fugly” in 2014 and was later seen in films like “M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story” and “Machine”, but it was her part in filmmaker Karan Johar’s story in the “Lust Stories” anthology, which brought her wider visibility.

  • Raksha Bandhan 2018: Ananya Panday and cousins are shocked after this accident; pics inside

    The Student of The Year actress Ananya Panday posted few pictures of Rakhi celebration on her Instagram account, but in one picture the expression of Ananya and her cousins is like they are in shock. But it has a story behind it, Anaya and her cousins were in the midst of a photoshoot when an accident of sorts took place: “When Chachu walks into a glass door mid our Raksha bandhan photo

  • Asian Games 2018: Neeraj Chopra becomes first Indian javelin thrower to win gold medal

    Jakarta: Neeraj Chopra today became the first Indian javelin thrower to win an Asian Games gold medal as he shattered his own national record by clearing a distance of 88.06m here today. Chopra’s gold is India’s only second medal in javelin throw in Asian Games history after Gurtej Singh won a bronze in 1982 in New Delhi.

  • Benchmark indices race to fresh highs on global cues

    Mumbai: Market benchmarks closed at new peaks today on account of widespread buying in banking, power and metal stocks, tracking positive global cues as investors welcomed US Federal Reserve’s “gradual approach” to raising rates. The BSE Sensex surged over 442 points to close at its life-time high of 38,694.11 and the broader NSE Nifty ended at a fresh record of 11,691.95, rising 134.85 points. Both the benchmarks Sensex and Nifty recorded their biggest single-day gains of

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    Remove ‘secular’ from Constitution, demands Sanatan Sanstha

    Mumbai: Under the scanner of various investigating agencies, the right-wing Sanatan Sanstha on Monday demanded that the word ‘secular’ be removed from the Indian Constitution. Sanstha spokesperson Chetan Rajhans said the words ‘socialist’ and ‘secular’ were added in the Constitution by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. “So, if there is a provision to add words, these can also be removed by the same provisions,” he told a media conference in Mumbai.

  • 8 Bollywood celebs who got pregnant before marriage

    In western countries it’s quite common that women get pregnant before marriage but in India it is still a taboo. India is the country full of culture and diversity and we follow what our ancestors did. But Bollywood has broken all barriers through their films. In our films, a girl gets pregnant before marriage, then society and parents oppose it, but later all gets settled and the couple live happily. Same has

  • Mumbai: Heavy rains leads to increase in water- level in 7 main lakes

    Mumbai: Spells of heavy rains in the city and its suburbs in the last few days have led to a marked increase in the level of water in seven main lakes. The rise in the level of the seven main lakes supplying water to Mumbai means they have enough stock to avoid any possible cut in water supply to local residents in the next one year, said civic officials today. “Heavy rains

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    Karnataka CM H D Kumaraswamy acquitted in land de-notification case

    Bengaluru: A special Lokayukta court acquitted Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy today in a case of alleged illegal de-notification of a government land in 2007, when he headed the JD(S)-BJP coalition government. In his order, judge D B Patil said he did not find any proof to establish Kumaraswamy’s guilt in the case. Kumaraswamy, who now leads a Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) coalition government, had filed a petition seeking dismissal of the case contending

  • RSS likely to invite Rahul Gandhi for Delhi event from September 17-19

    New Delhi: The RSS on Monday was critical of Congress President Rahul Gandhi for drawing comparisons of it with the Islamic State (IS) and the Muslim Brotherhood and plans to invite him for a three-day lecture series here next month to enlighten people about the organisation.

  • Kerala Floods: Kerala toll would have been higher if military hadn’t helped, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan

    Thiruvananthapuram: The death toll in the Kerala floods would have been much higher but for the timely help provided by the military, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said. The calamity would have been greater if the armed forces hadn’t worked hand in hand with the Kerala government, Vijayan said at a formal farewell function held here on Sunday in honour of Central forces which played a key role in rescue and relief operations. “We

  • Airtel collabs with Netflix, offers 3 months free access on selected plans

    The postpaid costumers of Airtel can now have the access to Netflix content through the Airtel TV and My Airtel apps. For its postpaid and V-Fiber Home Broadband plan subscribers, Airtel users will now be able to subscribe Netflix through Airtel app and they will also be able to pay for the subscription of Netflix through Airtel Bill. Furthermore, few eligible Airtel costumers with specific Airtel plans will receive three months of

  • Mumbai: Rs 1 lakh fine and 5 years in jail if found violating noise pollution rules in silent zones

    With raising concerns of noise pollution, the Maharashtra government on Sunday announced that violating noise pollution norms in Mumbai’s silent zones would get Rs 1 lakh and a jail term of 5 years. The decision came in a wake of upcoming festival season. The government has also urged citizens to come forward and register complaints in police stations if come across any such instances. Citizens can file complaint by dialing police helpline

  • Nepal plane crash: Captain’s emotional breakdown caused the crash, say investigators

    Kathmandu/Dhaka: The pilot of the US-Bangla plane that crashed in Nepal in March had cried and suffered an emotional breakdown during the flight, killing 51 people, according to a report by Nepal’s investigators. The Dhaka to Kathmandu US-Bangla Airlines flight, with 67 passengers and four crew members on board, caught fire after it careened off the runway and ploughed into a football ground near the Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport on March 12.

  • Rajasthan police recruitment 2018: Result, admit card for PST/PET exam released; here’s how to download

    The results for Rajasthan police constable recruitment has been declared by the recruitment body on it’s official website. Candidates can check their results on The written exams were conducted in July 2018. Rajasthan Police is looking to fill 13,142 vacancies for the posts of constable for TSP and non-TSP areas. Around 15 lakh candidates appeared for the constable recruitment exam in Rajasthan. The results are published as per the district wise on

  • BITCHING about SRK on his face to looking for GROOM for KJo: Kajol’s 5 UNMISSABLE confessions on Aap Ki Adalat

    Talent is timeless and Kajol is one such actor who personifies this fact. She is zooming over to theatres near us with her husband Ajay Devgn’s production ‘Helicopter Eela’. Not a big fan of interviews as such she made a rare exception as she appeared on Aap Ki Adalat. Kajol was her gregarious self on the show as she spoke about everything under the sun from her