Free Press Journal
  • Happy young couple

    ‘Mumbai most searched couples’ escapade this Valentine’s Day’

    Mumbai: With Valentine’s Day round the corner, the country’s financial capital Mumbai has topped the list of Indian cities for which couples looking for romantic escapades did online searches, according to a survey. According to the survey conducted by leading hotel booking website, Mumbai has been the most searched domestic destination, followed by Delhi, by couples looking for some time together and to spend some cosy moments.

  • Pistorius set for brief release from prison

    Pretoria : South African Paralympian Oscar Pistorius is expected to walk out of prison next week after serving a year for killing his girlfriend — but he could soon be back behind bars.

  • Bipasha’s Lesbian Encounter

    Bipasha Basu comes across as a strong, confident woman who isn’t fazed by anything. But on closer probing it emerges that the actress is petrified of lesbians! She has even been propositioned on occasion, including the time a lesbian, who was in love with her, bought her a diamond necklace for Valentine’s Day. Bips utterly freaked out at this gesture and was so frightened, she burst into tears. She was very young

  • Canada police foil Valentine’s Day shooting-spree plot

    Montreal: Canadian police has said they had foiled a plot that would have seen an armed duo carry out a shooting spree in the city of Halifax on Valentine’s Day before killing themselves. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Nova Scotia yesterday said a 19-year-old man from the rural town of Timberlea had plotted with a 23-year-old woman from the US city of Geneva, Illinois to open fire somewhere in Halifax today.

  • Digvijay Singh

    Digvijay Singh extends Valentine wishes, calls Hindu Maha Sabha ‘spoil sports’

    New Delhi: Taking a jibe at the Hindu Maha Sabha, Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Saturday extended Valentine Day wishes to those who love abusing him and called the former the ‘spoil sports’. “Happy Valentine’s Day to all. More to all those who love abusing me! Damn all the spoil sports like Hindu Maha Sabha and other fringe elements,” he tweeted.

  • On V-Day, Arjun Mathur Takes Love To Cancer Patients

    Everyone seems to be busy figuring out where to take their loved ones on Valentine’s Day, but looks like Actor Arjun Mathur has made up his mind. No he won’t be hitting the restaurants and pubs of the city, instead, he will be spending his Valentine’s Day with 400 cancer patients from the Vasantha Memorial Trust, NGO which supports patients suffering from cancer.

  • E-Shoppers To Spend Rs 22k Cr On V-Day Gifts

    New Delhi : Online shoppers are likely to spend Rs 22,000 crore for buying gift articles, including cards, flowers, diamond jewellery, chocolates, toys and electronic gadgets, on Valentine’s Day, claimed industry body Assocham. The spending on the same was around Rs 16,000 crore last year, it said.

  • Nepal imports 100,000 red roses from India for V-day

    Kathmandu: Nepal has imported 100,000 red roses – considered a symbol of love – from India for celebrating Valentine’s Day Feb 14, according to the Floriculture Association Nepal. The roses were imported as the local market could not meet the demand.

  • What to avoid on Valentine’s day

    New Delhi: How would you feel if your cellphone rings at the table or there’s a long pause when the cheque comes during your Valentine’s Day date — make sure you try avoiding certain situations when you take your loved one out.