Free Press Journal
  • BJP indulging in “diversionary tactics”: PM

    Hitting out at BJP for ”diversionary tactics” on the coal allocation issue, Prime Minister Manmohan singh today rejected its demand for his resignation and hoped ”good sense” will prevail on the opposition party which disrupted Parliament.

  • Several killed in New Jersey supermarket shootout

    New York : Several people, including the gunman, were killed today in a shootout in a New Jersey supermarket, the fourth such incident in the US in over a month.

  • Essar Oil Ties up with Cafe Coffee Day

    Mumbai : Essar Oil Limited (EOL), India’s leading private sector refiner, has tied up with leading coffee retail outlet Café Coffee Day (CCD) and opened its first outlet at Essar Oil petrol pump on the Pune Ahmednagar Highway (SH60).

  • CM tries to allay fears of City’s night-life lovers

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Thursday sought to allay the ruffled nerves of Mumbai’s nightlife-lovers, currently reeling under the raids by Assistant Commissioner of Police Vasant Dhoble and his team, PTI reports.

  • Second Amar Jawan Jyoti vandal arrested

    The Second accused who desecrated the Amar Jawan Jyoti memorial in Mumbai has been arrested on Thursday. according to media reports.

  • Rioter who first assaulted, then pretended to help cop, arrested

    Mumbai : The Mumbai Crime Branch on Thursday arrested a rioter, who first brutally assaulted a state reserve police force (SRPF) constable on August 11 at Azad Maidan and minutes later deliberately recorded a video clip, where he is seen offering a water bottle to the same constable to save himself from being arrested.

  • State to have cruise terminal

    Mumbai : In a major step to attract international tourists to Mumbai and Maharashtra, the state government has announced plans to build an international-level cruise terminal at Mumbai.

  • Bachchan Pak concern

    After the MNS tirade against Asha Bhosle for working in the Indo-Pak TV show, ‘Sur Kshetra’, megastar Amitabh Bachchan now is contemplating whether to play a Pakistani national in Resul Pookutty’s debut film.

  • Tannishtha on a goodwill trip

    Internationally-renowned actor Tannishtha Chatterjee seems to be on the seventh heaven these days. While on one hand, her performance in ‘Jalpari, The Mermaid’ has been hugely applauded, on the other, she has been chosen by the Green Screen Movement to mentor new actors. Talking of her new roles and the film, she says, “In “Jalpari, The Mermaid” my role is that of a victim of ‘Bhrunhatya,’ which is killing of female feticide.

  • Bhaag Milkha Bhaag again

    Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ is in making for quite a long while now. The delay initially was the lack of financier, but with Farhan Akhtar stepping in that issue was resolved. And now with Farhan and Ritesh Sidhwani involved in the film, it is finally chugging on to finish. But the initial delay has postponed the

  • Good friends, indeed

    Some friendships never die. Rajnikanth and Shatrughan Sinha may not have shared much screen space, but their ‘dosti’ is refreshingly warming. (more…)

  • No Kick for Kick

    Salman Khan can undoubtedly be called the reigning Khan of Bollywood at the moment with back to back films that joined the 100 Crore Club. His latest release, ‘Ek Tha Tiger’s collection, in fact, is on its way to touch the 200 crore mark soon. Little wonder then, that Sallu is being more cautious

  • Real Champion

    Higuain, Ronaldo score as Madrid down Barca to lift Spanish Super Cup.

  • Buried, in Hindi now

    Saurabh Varma has bought over the rights of a movie called ‘Buried’, which he plans to make in Hindi. If one recollects this film, with Ryan Reynolds in the lead, is about one character race against time.

  • Chaos marks Heroine music launch

    The music launch of Kareena Kapoor’s most ambitious project ‘Heroine’ at the Siddhivinayak temple on Thursday turned chaotic when crowd became uncontrollable.

  • Choppers collide, nine dead

    The deceased include five officers, including a Wing Commander.  The choopers were flying very close and only inquiry would tell whether there was deviation from standard operating procedure.

  • Vidya’s 5 crore endorsement deal

    Actress Vidya Balan has signed a whopping Rs 5 crore deal for endorsing a sari brand. The élan with which Vidya carries the traditional Indian attire, has prompted a well-known Chennai-based sari brand to sign the actress as its brand ambassador.