Free Press Journal
  • In his second ‘PK’ poster Aamir dons Rajasthani attire

    Mumbai: After the controversial bare-all first poster of upcoming Bollywood movie ‘PK’, which showed Aamir Khan in the buff, generated a lot of heat, the second poster released today shows the superstar donning a traditional Rajasthani attire.

  • Vikas Gowda

    Gowda, Arpinder, Luka in Asian Games athletics team

    New Delhi: Strong medal prospects Arpinder Singh, Vikas Gowda and Tintu Luka were today named in a 56-member Indian athletics team, which included 30 women, for next month’s Asian Games in South Korea.

  • Bhupinder Singh Hooda

    Hooda hooting incident: BJP says people angry with Cong CMs

    New Delhi: A day after Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was hooted by people in Prime Minister’s presence, BJP today said its government gives due respect to all CMs, including from other parties, but was not responsible for such incidents caused due to public anger.

  • Delhi HC asks for CBI, tax records against Virbhadra Singh

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Wednesday called for all records of the CBI and the Income Tax department in a case of alleged corruption and money laundering against Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh.

  • Gaza Clashes

    20 killed as Gaza war resumes after 10-day lull

    Gaza/Jerusalem: Twenty Palestinians, including the wife and child of the Hamas military chief, were killed today as Israel resumed air strikes on Gaza after a 10-day lull following the collapse of ceasefire talks in Cairo, taking the death toll in the conflict past 2,100.

  • Prithviraj Chavan

    Cong fumes at disruption of Chavan’s speech in PM’s presence

    Mumbai: Objecting to disruption of Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan’s speech in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at an event in Solapur, state Congress today said it would not tolerate such incidents in future.

  • Vin Diesel

    Vin Diesel takes up Ice Bucket Challenge

    Los Angeles: Actor Vin Diesel has shared a black-and-white nude picture of him in a steamy shower after completing the Ice Bucket Challenge.

  • Congress President Sonia Gandhi

    Sonia, Manmohan express worry over ‘rise in communal violence’

    New Delhi: Keeping up her attack on the Narendra Modi government over the “rise” in communal violence, Congress President Sonia Gandhi today recalled how her late husband, former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, would organise ‘sadbhawna yatras’ to deal with such issues.

  • Delhi to have world class terminals, cycle-sharing system

    New Delhi: The central government Wednesday announced a slew of measures for “seamless” travel in Delhi which includes more elevated roads, world class passenger terminals and the country’s first cycle-sharing system.

  • HC seeks info on rules barring athletes from being awarded

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today asked the city government to inform it about the rule which is coming in its way to recommend an international athlete based in the national capital for Rajiv Gandhi State Sports Award.

  • stocks

    Bulls pause for breath after record run; Nifty down 22 pts

    Mumbai: Taking a break from a six-session upsurge during which it touched fresh record highs, the benchmark Nifty today fell moderately after scaling a new peak on the back of profit taking on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) amid caution ahead of US Fed meet outcome.

  • Pak social media abuzz with pro and anti-govt debates

    Islamabad: As the Pakistan government and protesters were locked in an intense standoff in the capital, pitched battles were also being fought on the social media with ‘IamNawaz’ and ‘GoNawazGo’ trending on Twitter.

  • firing

    Police kill two near Assam-Nagaland border

    Guwahati: Two people were killed after police fired Wednesday at protesters in Assam near the border with Nagaland, leading to curfew in Golaghat district, officials said.

  • prayuth-chan-ocha

    Thailand’s coup leader likely to become Prime Minister

    Bangkok: Thailand’s junta chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha, who seized power from an elected government in a bloodless coup May 22, is likely to be chosen as new Prime Minister of the country, a move that will strengthen military’s grip on the country.

  • nitin gadkari

    Decongest Delhi roads, BJP MPs urge Gadkari

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party MPs Wednesday met Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari to discuss ways to decongest Delhi’s roads and improve the air quality.