Free Press Journal
  • Economic reforms not a one-off process: PM

    New Delhi:  Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Saturday that economic reforms were not a one-off but a continuous process and were not dictated by “other countries”. (more…)

  • Saina on cloud nine in IAF aircraft

    Hyderabad : London Olympic bronze medallist shuttler Saina Nehwal experienced the thrill of flying in an Indian Air Force aircraft, and described the experience as “ dream come true”.

  • Happy to be last

    Getting nostalgic, Shah Rukh talks about his journey with YRF, which made him what he is today.

  • City geared up for Ganesh immersions

    Mumbai : With around 90,000 small and big Ganesh idols expected to be immersed at 84 spots in the city Saturday, the last day of the 10-day festival, Mumbai is gearing up to bid adieu to the popular elephant-headed god.

  • Hrithik eager to be pitted opposite Sridevi

    Hrithik Roshan is a diehard fan of Sridevi. Recently, Sri and Hrithik happened to bump into each other. As soon as Hrithik noticed Sri, he rushed up to her and said, “Oh my God, you look gorgeous and beautiful even today.”

  • Wanted: Mehrunnisa for Sudhir Mishra

    For want of a nail… the old rhyme pops into mind. Of course, there is no war looming here, whose fate could be decided by the missing nail but the metaphor seems apt. Sudhir Mishra’s heroine-centric ‘Mehrunnisa’ apparently has everything except a heroine!

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will give your all to improve things if your needs are increasing faster than your income. Some things will resurface: disputes, troubles or old debts.

  • Deshmukh in Sudigadu remake!

    Ritesh Deshmukh will star in the remake of the super hit Telugu film ‘Sudigadu’. Ram Gopal Varma and Suresh Naidu have got together to produce the film. ‘Sudigadu’ itself was a remake of a Tamil film and has done terrific business.

  • Saif to co-host GIMA with Parineeti?

    Parineeti Chopra’s secret co-host for the Global Indian Music Academy Awards (GIMA) is reportedly Saif Ali Khan. “Saif will co-host GIMA awards with Parineeti this year. This is the first time that both the actors will be sharing the stage together,” said a source.

  • Without challenges, life loses its charm

    Actress Manisha Koirala takes the good and the bad in her stride. She discusses her work and her life philosophy in an exclusive interview with Lipika Varma.

  • Vikram Bhatt’s Hindi Picture

    After the funny look at cinema that was attempted by ‘Dhoondte Reh Jaoge’, starring Sonu Sood, Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Khemu, we hear Vikram Bhatt is trying to make a film along the same lines about a bunch of friends trying to make a bad spoof of a bad film. The film is supposed to be a

  • Upa wont last till 2014: Advani

    BJP conclave fails to present any concrete agenda, ends with negative vibes against the Cong and UPA govt

  • Now, modern slavery plagues us

    It’s not about the country’s inglorious past, but the massive trafficking of women in the US that worries President Obama

  • 19 Everest trekkers die as bird crashes plane

    Kathmandu : All 19 people, including seven Britons and five Chinese, aboard a small plane flying trekkers towards Mount Everest were killed today when it crashed after a bird hit as soon as it took off from the Nepalese capital, turning into a ball of fire. Sixteen passengers and three crew members who were heading towards Lukla, gateway to the world’s highest peak, for trekking in the mountainous region, were killed when

  • Globe Trotting

    ‘Bugatti’ dumped in garage for a decade fetches USD 4,38,804    

  • Man behind anti-Islam film jailed

    Washington : A California man behind an anti-Islam film that has sparked violent protests across the Muslim world has been jailed without bail by a US court for violating terms of his probation on a bank fraud conviction.  55-year-old Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the producer of the controversial movie, was arrested by the California police on Thursday and soon produced before a court in Los Angeles.