Free Press Journal
  • It’s Fake! Viral wedding card allegedly worth Rs 1.5 lakh is not of Mukesh Ambani’s son Akash

    Well, people are still getting over Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s wedding. After all that gaga, Twitter has something else to talk about too. Well, there are rumours on social media about another big fat Indian wedding in the making. A wedding card video is doing rounds, which is allegedly the invitation card of India’s richest businessman Mukesh Ambani’s son Akash. However, it has been learnt that the news of fake.

  • Bhopal: Police ki chinta nahin to vote nahin: Cops’ warning to govt

    Bhopal: Barred from forming unions, the junior-level functionaries of the state police have opened a front against the state government by proxy. WhatsApp messages declaring ‘police ki chinta nahin to vote nahin’ are doing the rounds on social media.

  • Gender discrimination lawsuit against Google dismissed

    San Francisco: In a respite for Google, a judge has dismissed a gender discrimination lawsuit from former Google employees that accused the tech giant of paying male employees more than women.

  • Facebook comes up with new policy to report harassment, explicit images

    Social media site, Facebook, have unveiled a new policy to report harassment and explicit images encountered by the user. This comes on the back of many users complaining that explicit images were “shared in revenge” on the platform without their consent, which violates the company’s terms of service.

  • Mumbai: Hundreds of youth come together for the clean-up drive at Chaityabhoomi

    Mumbai: A group of 700 youngsters from different colleges have come together through social media like Facebook and Whatsapp for a noble cause, to keep the entire stretch of Dadar Chaityabhoomi clean and free from littering. Buddha Bhushan Shinde, a 24-year-old Mumbai University final year student doing Bachelor in Arts (BA) is the brainchild behind the clean-up drive initiative.

  • Bhopal: NHM contractual workers wage social media war on state govt

    Bhopal: Up in arms against State government for not fulfilling its poll promises, National Health Mission contractual workers have launched war on social media, which may prove dear to government in coming 2018 assembly polls. Ahead of the crucial elections, employees’ unions
    have now joined hands to press their demands more vigorously at different fronts. They are now using the social media to target government, which as per them has failed to live

  • New Facebook tool to help users check Russian activity

    San Francisco: In a move to tackle Russian activity on its platform, Facebook has announced to create a tool where users can see if they are engaged with Pages linked to Russian propaganda.

  • Man plays Good Samaritan, rescues abandoned infant girl

    Mumbai: A 25-year-old man became the toast of social media for rescuing an infant girl from an autorickshaw parked near a dustbin in suburban Kanjurmarg and posted her photos with an appeal for help.

  • Bhopal: Fake letter on univ exam dates posted on WhatsApp

    Bhopal: A fake notification pertaining to examination schedule at Barkatullah university is doing round on social media. The university registrar, on whose forged signature the notification has been posted, issued a notice on Sunday clarifying the status. Someone had posted a fake message on WhatsApp group stating that exams will be held as per old schedule, while the university registrar claimed that dates of some of the papers have been changed owing

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Social Media & Depression

    As per WHO report, it is estimated that nearly 300 million people suffer from depression which is now considered as a leading cause of disability worldwide. Nowadays most of the people use social media platforms, such as twitter and facebook, to share their thoughts and opinions with their contacts. As such, social media provides a means for capturing behavioral attributes that are relevant to an individual’s thinking, mood, communication, activities, and socialization,

  • Mumbai car towing incident: Baby was crying, so husband suggested I get inside car and feed him, says woman

    Mumbai: Two days after a video of a car with a woman and her seven-month-old baby inside being towed by Mumbai traffic police went viral on social media, the police on Monday recorded the statements of the couple. The couple first visited the traffic police office in Malad (west) where their statements were recorded. And later they were asked to visit the head office of Mumbai Traffic Police in Worli.

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    Milind Soman hits back at TROLLERS by posting latest selfie with girlfriend Ankita Konwar; check it out

    Supermodel turned actor Milind Soman who is getting trolled for his Instagram picture with his reportedly 18-year-old girlfriend, Ankita Konwar, has finally hit back at trollers. Yes, the 52-year-old actor has recently uploaded yet another picture with his girlfriend Ankita on his Instagram handle and showed everyone that people can think whatever they want to, but the lovebirds would always be loving each other without caring about

  • Woman harassed after false ID in Sherin case

    Houston : An Indian-origin woman, whose name closely resembles to that of Sherin Mathews’s mom, has received a barrage of unwanted attention on social media in a case of mistaken identity after the 3-year-old Indian girl was found dead, reports PTI.

  • Bhopal: Oppn, social media roast CM over comment on roads

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s patently ridiculous claim that the roads in Madhya Pradesh are better than in Washington has triggered a wave of scorn and derision on the social media. And Chouhan is at the receiving end.

  • Smriti Irani, Rahul Gandhi engage in a tweet war

    New Delhi : Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani on Saturday took a dig at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi over the rise in the number of people retweeting his messages and sought to link this with twitter accounts in Russia, Indonesia and Kazakhstan.

  • Swadeshi app TOK-BIZ to help chat & even search for jobs

    Thane: Social media is a hot cake and every person uses one or the other medium to interact on social networking sites. Be it chatting, or uploading photos or connecting with others. In India, where there are 1 billion mobile subscribers, different apps are very popular. Most of the apps we have in India aren’t ‘Made in India’ though. A start-up company in Maharashtra has now created a new app