Free Press Journal
  • AirAsia crash: Three more bodies identified

    Jakarta: Three more bodies retrieved from the crashed AirAsia plane were identified Friday, an official of the Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) team said.

  • Mumbai Trains

    Train services will see delays for 2-3 days in Mumbai

    Mumbai: The evening peak hour services on Friday along with normal train services will remain affected in the next two to three day as 10 trains of 12 coaches each have been internally damage due to the clash in the morning at Diva.

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    Approach to filmmaking has changed: Subhash Ghai

    Agra : Veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai, who spent New Year’s Day in Agra visiting the Taj Mahal and meeting his family friends, says greed and a penchant to make quick money are the guiding principles of filmmaking nowadays.

  • Amitabh Bachchan

    We as a race are vulnerable: Amitabh Bachchan

    Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says human beings are inclined towards numerology, horoscope and other future prediction tactics due to their vulnerability.

  • Mumbai to be branded Science City

    Mumbai: The five-day 102nd Indian Science Congress (ISC) starting here Saturday would brand Mumbai a ‘Science City’, acknowledging its contribution in the fields of science, technology, medicine and research, an official said here Friday.

  • Udita Goswami

    Udita Goswami gives birth to girl

    Mumbai|:  Actress Udita Goswami and her husband Mohit Suri welcomed their first child- a girl, says filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt.

  • Akshay Kumar

    Akshay Kumar to return to ‘MasterChef India’?

    New Delhi: If all goes as planned, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar will reportedly return to the world of reality TV show again after “Dare 2 Dance” with “MasterChef India” season four.

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    BJP’s Vijay rath will be stopped in Bihar: Nitish Kumar

    Patna: Senior JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar today said that BJP’s victory run would stop in Bihar this year as it resorted to divisive tactics to cover up its failure in not keeping the poll promises.

  • Dumpling squids prioritise sex over safety

    New York: Dumpling squids prioritise reproduction over safety, a new research shows. Dumpling squids are species of cephalopod that live in the shallow waters off the coast of Victoria in Australia.

  • Michael Clarke

    Channel Nine defends Michael Clarke’s role as commentator

    Sydney : Australian broadcaster Channel Nine has dismissed the criticism of injured Australian skipper Michael Clarke turning commentator for the third and fourth Tests against India, terming the negativity as “petty”.

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    Sao Paulo in loan bid for Marseille defender

    Rio de Janeiro:  Sao Paulo are preparing an offer to sign highly rated Brazilian defender Doria on loan from Olympique Marseille, according to the media reports.

  • Steven Gerrard

    Gerrard turns down new Liverpool contract

    London :  Steven Gerrard will announce later Friday that he is ending his 26-year association with Liverpool by quitting at the end of the season.

  • West Indies

    Spotlight on lower order as Windies search for win

    Cape Town:  With the West Indies desperately needing a change in fortunes to win the final Test against South Africa, the spotlight has fallen on the side’s lower order.

  • Mercedes-Benz India’s sales up 13 percent in 2014

    Mumbai: German automobile manufacturer Mercedes-Benz India Friday reported an increase of 13 percent in its yearly sales during 2014 which stood at 10,201 units. The company sold 9,003 units in 2013.