Free Press Journal
  • Akshay Kumar

    Akshay not humourless in ‘Baby’

    Mumbai: Akshay Kumar, who has featured in comic roles in films like “Entertainment” and “The Shaukeens”, will not appear “humourless” in his forthcoming film “Baby”, which is on terrorism. The film’s director Neeraj Pandey says there’s more than seriousness to the actor’s character.

  • Jennifer Aniston

    I struggled with dyslexia: Jennifer Aniston

    Los Angeles: Actress Jennifer Aniston has revealed she battled with dyslexia, a developmental reading disorder, during her childhood, which affected her education.

  • ‘Baby’ perfectly timed for R-Day, Obama visit: Anupam Kher

    New Delhi: Anupam Kher’s forthcoming movie on terrorism, “Baby”, is releasing Friday, just days before the country celebrates Republic Day and ahead of US President Barack Obama’s India visit. The veteran actor says the movie’s release couldn’t have been better timed.

  • Motion on Kashmiri Pandits tabled in UK Parliament

    London: The first-ever motion to commemorate the displacement of Kashmiri Pandits from Jammu and Kashmir 25 years ago has been tabled in the British Parliament.

  • Want to grow? Send workers abroad to learn

    London: A study by three Indian-origin researchers has revealed that successful small firms study competitors, network with other firms and allow their employees to learn from the developed markets to go from “zero to hero” in a short time.


    Spot Analysis: BCCI: Game-changer verdict

    The integrity of the BCCI as an institution and that of the cricket Czar N Srinivasan as an overweening authority with deep-seated conflict of interest was hanging by a slender thread: the Apex Court snapped this thread on Thursday.

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    Odisha districts on high alert after IB terror warning

    Bhubaneswar: Odisha government has put all the districts in the state on high alert today following Intelligence Bureau’s warning of a possible terror attack by Pak-based groups to four states.

  • Kin: Man who killed doctor had blamed him for mother’s death

    Boston: A man who walked into a leading hospital, asked for a cardiac surgeon by name and fatally shot him outside an examination room had been upset about his mother’s death and had blamed the doctor for it, relatives said.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Industry visits to North Block down as biz climate improves:FM

    Davos: Telling investors about improving ease of doing business in India, Finance Arun Jaitley today quipped that the number of industry leaders visiting his office has come down drastically as they do not need to come to seek permissions.

  • Delhi lawyers stage protest against Kiran Bedi

    New Delhi: Riled by the selection of former IPS officer Kiran Bedi as the Bharatiya Janata Party’s chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, lawyers in the city staged a major protest.

  • Kiran Bedi will make better CM: Shanti Bhushan 

    New Delhi: AAP founding member Shanti Bhushan said Thursday that making Kiran Bedi the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate in Delhi is a “master stroke” and she will make a better chief minister than AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal.

  • Indian designers picture Michelle Obama in six-yard wonder

    New Delhi: A navy blue knee-length dress, an off-shoulder gown or a floral dress – the First Lady of the US has worn them all. But on her forthcoming visit to India, desi designers wish she drapes different styles of the six-yard wonder – whether chiffons or traditional Benarasi weaves.

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    Khattar inaugurates exhibition on ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’

    Panipat: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today inaugurated a state-level exhibition of ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’ programme ahead of the launch of the National BBBP programme by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here later today.

  • Obama visit: American ‘canine officers’ arrive in India

    New Delhi: A special squad of American ‘canine officers’ have reached Delhi in order to sanitise and conduct anti-sabotage checks at some of the prime venues which will be visited by US President Barack Obama during his forthcoming visit to India.

  • Empowerment of youth, strategic vision is India’s need: Panelists

    New Delhi: Panelists taking part in a “Dialogue on Defence” here, said that if India is to acquire the status of a global power in the near future and nix threat perceptions to it before they become unmanageable, it should work towards creating a strategic vision, empower the youth and channelize their energies in a positive direction.