Free Press Journal
  • Lack of intimacy

    Husband having affair?

    I am a 40 yrs old married woman with 2 girls aged 10 and 6 years. We have been married for the last 12 years. Ours is a love marriage. For the last 6 months, I have noticed that my husband has been behaving differently towards. He is busy on the phone or the internet, has started dressing in brightly coloured clothes like a 25 year

  • Alia Bhatt’s ode to Hrithik Roshan

    The actress confesses that she would love to capture Hrithik’s portrait as he reminds her of a Greek God

  • Ishrat killing was ‘wrong’: CBI chief

    New Delhi :  Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) chief Ranjit Sinha’s statement created quite a stir on Saturday when he told a prominent news channel that the encounter killing of Ishrat Jahan even if she was a terrorist was wrong and against law.

  • MSRTC offers AC buses from July 10 onwards

    Mumbai :  The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) is set to start point to point AC buses from July 10.


    Bartoli routs Lisicki in 81 minutes to clinch her maiden Wimbledon title

  • Murray survives roof rage, to set up Djokovic clash

    London: Andy Murray set up a titanic Wimbledon final showdown with Novak Djokovic as the world number two beat Polish 24th seed Jerzy Janowicz 6-7 (2/7), 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 in a bad-tempered last four clash. Murray remains on course to end Britain’s 77-year wait for a male winner of the Wimbledon singles’ crown, but the Scot had to do it the hard way once again.

  • Actress harassed at Toronto airport

    Was kept waiting for five and a half hours despite having a valid visa and other travel documents.

  • Heathrow detains MP Kirti Azad too

    New Delhi :  Former India player and member of the 1983 World Cup winning squad Kirti Azad was on Saturday allegedly detained at the Heathrow Airport in London for two hours before being allowed to board a Delhi-bound flight.

  • WI skip Bravo to miss SL game

    Port of Spain: West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo has been suspended for one match after his side was fined for a second minor over-rate offence within 12 months during their tri-series ODI against India.

  • Windies look to seal final berth against Sri Lanka

    Port of Spain: The tri-series thrown wide open by India’s emphatic comeback, the West Indies and Sri Lanka will lock horns today in their crucial last league match with the hosts needing to win the game to secure a berth in the final.
    The Caribbean side’s two-match winning streak ended with India handing it a 102-run thrashing in a run-truncated match. The result kept India alive even though Virat Kohli’s men had lost

  • Sammy rues poor bowling after defeat

    Port of Spain: West Indies all-rounder Darren Sammy has blamed the massive defeat to India in an ODI tri-series match on the team’s lacklustre bowling, saying that it was only area where the hosts went wrong.

  • J&K Governor congratulates Rasool

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra congratulated all-rounder Parvez Rasool on his selection in the Indian cricket team for the upcoming ODI tour of Zimbabwe.


    In bid to boost party’s morale in UP, Modi’s troubleshooter Amit Shah talks of building grand temple in Ayodhya.

  • Australian batsmen hold key to Ashes

    London: England will find themselves in the unusual position of firm favourites when they begin the defence of the Ashes against Australia at Trent Bridge ground next week.

  • England recall pacer Onions

    London: Graham Onions was recalled by England as they boosted their bowling options by naming five seamers in a 13-man squad for the first Test of the Ashes series against Australia at Trent Bridge next week.

  • Virat savours bonus point with his ton

    Port of Spain: For Virat Kohli, India earning a bonus point with win over the West Indies was more satisfying than scoring his 14th ODI century. Kohli said the knock was important for him since his inability to convert the good starts into big ones was haunting him but India getting a bonus point was more crucial. “More than that (century), I am happy we won with a bonus point,” Kohli, who

  • CT final emerges as the highest rated ODI of year

    New Delhi: The rain curtailed final of recently-concluded ICC Champions Trophy has emerged as the highest rated ODI of the year with a stupendous 7.5 TVR on Indian television. While 5.1 TVR came from STAR Cricket and STAR Sports2, 2.4 TVR was contributed by Doordarshan.

  • Indians draw blank

    The host athletes go medal-less on day four; China grab four golds