Free Press Journal
  • 11 terror suspects held, ‘catastrophe’averted: Karnataka Police

    Eleven people with links to terror outfits Lashkar-e-Taiba and HUJI, and planning to assassinate leading Karnataka politicians, some journalists and Hindu leaders have been arrested in Karnataka and a ”catastrophe” averted, a top police officer said Thursday.

  • Nine perish as two IAF choppers collide

    Nine defence personnel, including five officers, were killed Thursday when two Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopters collided mid-air near Jamnagar in Gujarat, an official said.

  • Head constable dies with promotion

    Ujjain: A head constable who passed away before getting the news of his promotion as promoted to assistant sub- inspector ( ASI) at Civil Hospital here on Tuesday. According to Dewasgate police, RP Shukla was posted as head constable at Dewasgate police station. He went for collecting his X- ray report at Civil Hospital on Tuesday. He suffered a heart attack as soon as he entered the hospital. Then, people informed

  • Bjp now taking to streets on “coalgate”

    New Delhi : Refusing to scale down the Parliament blockade in the remaining seven sittings of the monsoon session, the BJP is now taking the “coalgate” to streets by holding rallies in more than 40 cities across the country from Friday.

  • Farah Sees Red

    Known for her happy go lucky nature, Farah Khan left both the organisers and media stunned with her outrage at a recent event. There to promote her debut film, ‘Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi’, Farah got miffed when a certain reporter asked her whether ‘Shah Rukh Khan is promoting your film ‘Joker’?’

  • The love connection

    MTV’s new show is all about connecting old lovers with director Bumpy playing cupid

  • Disco Deewane, Reloaded

    Classics like disco can never go out of fashion. A prove of this are the new item numbers that seem to levy heavily on this 80s dancing style. Take for instance, the recently released song of Karan Johar’s ‘Student of The Year’ titled ‘Disco Deewane’.

  • Wozniacki dumped out, Djokovic surges ahead

    New York : Caroline Wozniacki has become the first big name to crash out of the US Open after losing to world No.96 Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu, while Novak Djokovic demolished his first-round opponent in the men’s draw.

  • Ameesha does a Madhuri

    After a ‘not-so-good’ phase, Ameesha Patel seems to be working hard to make her comeback, a grand success. The actress has an interesting line up of films starting with Abbas-Mustan’s ‘Race 2’, ‘Shortcut Romeo’ with Neil Nitin Mukesh, and ‘Bhaiyyaji Superhit’, where she reunites with her ‘Gadar’ co-star Sunny Deol.

  • Bebo seeks divine intervention

    Madhur Bhandarkar is using Kareena Kapoor now to invoke the blessings of Lord Ganesha to try and make his film ‘Heroine’ a hit.

  • HELL BOUND, BUT IN Q

    With the Supreme Court upholding death sentence for Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, he has become the 309th prisoner in India awaiting execution.

  • SRK hates mornings!

    Morning dopers, rejoice; seems like screen king Shah Rukh Khan isn’t too fond of early mornings either. The ‘Ra.One’ star recently tweeted about the same, and we quote, “I always wake up with the same thought. Why does morning come so early? Have come to understand that even Vampires are more of morning people than me.”

  • Son of Sardaar in soup again

    Looks like controversy has taken a special liking towards ‘Son of Sardaar’. The film, which is slated for a Diwali release, has been slapped with another legal notice by Chandigarh-based social activist Navkiran Singh. Singh had written against a certain dialogue from the film that has upset the Sikh community. This has come as a surprise to the makers since Ajay wanted to dedicate this film to the community.

  • Game Sasha plays!

    Not so long ago, Shahid Kapoor was an actor without a job. Then came a windfall. Shahid was approached by both Yash Raj Films and Karan Johar’s banner for the next project. An excited Shahid did what most in his place would: chose YRF over KJo, believing that it would end his spell of dry runs. However, to Shahid’s bad luck, director Maneesh Sharma fell ill and

  • BJP MLA among 32 convicted

    The verdict has come almost a decade after 97 people were killed and 33 injured at Naroda Patiya.

  • Be real, nothing is sacrosanct: CAG

    New Delhi : A day after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh criticised the national auditor for questioning the policy of coal block allocations, sources in the CAG office said it has the constitutional mandate to examine and scrutinize public policies.

  • Its Romney versus Obama

    New York : Republican Mitt Romney is all set to challenge incumbent Barack Obama after the party nominated the former Massachusetts governor as its candidate for the presidential elections in November this year.

  • No cancellation of coal blocks

    A review would jeopardise power, steel and cement projects for which the captive coal mines were intended, argues Minister.