Free Press Journal
  • Adhyayan Suman, Sara Loren’s Romantic Scene

    Adhyayan Suman and Sara Loren while shooting for ‘Ishq Click’ completed a shot after many takes. The particular scene had to be worked upon for a long time as the director wasn’t convinced with the shot.

  • When Varun Dhawan Had Fun For ABCD2

    News is that actors Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Dhawan have wrapped up the Las Vegas’s shooting schedule of their upcoming movie ‘ABCD 2’. And Varun Dhawan says that he never had so much fun like the way he did in this film.

  • “Achieved Whatever I Wanted Through Controversy”

    Model-turned-actress Poonam Pandey made her debut in the Bollywood movie ‘Nasha’, but she is known more for her controversies rather than her films. And now the model-actress confessed at a recent event that she has achieved whatever she wanted through her earlier controversies!

  • For Mammootty And Mohanlal, 2015 Looks Bright

    If 2014 had nothing much to cheer for the two reigning superstars Mammootty and Mohanlal, 2015 looks bright with numerous films already inked by the duo, reports IANS.

  • 27 employees in personal staff of woman minister!

    BHOPAL : The state may be facing financial crisis or there may be a shortage of hands in government departments but the Ministers in the state government are not ready to forego any facility.

  • Windies ponder line-up ahead of crucial third Test

    Cape Town :  The West Indies, trailing the three-match Test series 0-1, are pondering the balance of their side ahead of the final Test against South Africa at Newlands, starting on Friday.

  • NCP Seeks Narco Test On Irrigation Minister

    Mumbai : A narco test needs to be conducted on irrigation minister Girish Mahajan, Nationalist Congress Party spokesperson Nawab Malik has said, even as the minister has said that details of several scams would be revealed within a fortnight.

  • 3 Held For Robbing And Killing Drivers

    Mumbai : Mumbai Crime Branch and the Palghar police, in a joint operation, arrested three highway robbers who had made long distance travel in Palghar, Mumbai and Thane a nightmare for truck drivers and private commercial cabs.

  • Derogatory Comments: Court Rejects Bail To Lawyer

    Mumbai : The sessions court on Thursday refused to grant anticipatory bail to an advocate who is accused of posting derogatory comments about Islam on a social networking site.

  • Josh Hazlewood wanted to go for the kill at Melbourne

    Sydney :  Australian paceman Josh Hazlewood feels that had they bowled the last four overs in the Boxing Day Test against India, a win for the home side would have been possible at MCG.

  • Directions given to celebrate Eid-e-milad-un-nabi with peace

    Katni : Upper collector Dinesh Srivastava informed that like last year, the Eid-e-milad-un-nabi will be celebrated on January 4. A procession in remembrance of Prophet Mohammed will be taken out from Anjuman School, Khirhani Phatak, Baragawan Nehru Ward, Jharra Tikuria Subhash Chowk, and will assemble at Dilawar Chowk.

  • Ex-Family Driver Harasses Girl Using Net-Based App From Saudi Arabia

    Mumbai : A 19-year-old girl was allegedly harassed by her family’s ex-driver on phone for almost a month where he used to call her using internet-based calling applications from Saudi Arabia and used to say objectionable things to her.

  • Commuters Suffer As BEST, Rly Fight Over Space Issues

    Mumbai : Commuters suffer as the rail-ways and the BEST have locked horns over providing space outside Bhandup and Kanjur-marg railway stations for sett-ing up queue shelter and cho-wkys for parking buses along with rest rooms for drivers. BEST has made the demand with increase in bus operations over the last two years.  The operation has increased to the tune of 364 trips per day out-side Kanjurmarg railway station while it was

  • But 523 booked for drink driving

    Mumbai : The Mumbai traffic police, on the concluding day of its extensive drive against drunken driving, booked 523 people during New Year celebration for drunken driving. Maximum number of offenders were youths belonging to the age group of 21 to 30 years.

  • Crunch time for Hafeez as bowling action gets scrutinised

    Lahore :  In a surprising development, experienced all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez appeared for the informal bio-mechanic test on his bowling action in Chennai Wednesday, and the off-spinner is about to return to Pakistan shortly.

  • Govt-MPBDCL agreement is a blot on BOT norms

    Gwalior : MPBDCL, a private company has been given the responsibility of building integrated checkposts for transport, commercial tax, excise, police and others like forest, mining departments of state government.

  • E-Toll System To Save Rs 88K Cr, Cut Waiting Time, Claims Gadkari

     Mumbai : The Delhi-Mumbai highway is now ready with the electronic toll (e-toll) collection system and the system would help save Rs. 88,000 crore worth or resources every year, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said here on Thursday.

  • Batting with Brendon McCullum was overbearing: Kane Williamson

    Wellington :  New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson has described batting alongside the destructive Brendon McCullum as an overwhelming experience, terming the feeling similar to being a ‘library in a theme park’.