Free Press Journal
  • Arvind Kejriwal, Narendra Modi

    Oath-taking: Kejriwal invites Modi but PM is busy on Saturday

    New Delhi: Delhi’s Chief Minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal today invited Narendra Modi to his oath-taking ceremony on Saturday at the Ramlila Ground but the Prime Minister expressed his inability to attend it as he has prior engagement in Maharashtra.

  • SRK begins shooting ‘India Poochega – Sabse Shaana Kaun?’

    Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan is excited to return as a TV show host with ‘India Poochega – Sabse Shaana Kaun?’ after four years. The 49-year-old actor, who is also shooting his upcoming film ‘Fan’, said people participating on the game show are real talents.

  • Tom Cruise

    Tom Cruise leaves dinner date with lipstick mark

    Washington: Tom Cruise recently reunion with former lover Penelope Cruz and co-star Salma Hayek sure went great as the actor was spotted leaving the dinner date with a lipstick stain kiss on his cheek.

  • Wedding unite two souls along with families: Big B

    Mumbai, Feb 12 (IANS) Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, whose neice Naina Bachchan married actor Kunal Kapoor in a hush-hush ceremony in Seychelles, says marriage not only brings two individuals together, but families as well.

  • World Cycling body to start training centre at SAI velodrome

    New Delhi: Sports Authority of India and Cycling Federation of India (CFI) entered into a MoU with World Cycling body, Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), Switzerland, to start a satellite training centre of UCI at the SAI velodrome at Indira Gandhi stadium.

  • Dabang Mumbai to take on Kalinga Lancers in HIL

    Bhubaneswar: Kalinga Lancers would look to avenge their previous defeat against Dabang Mumbai in the first leg when the two sides take on each other in a Hero Hockey India League match here tomorrow. When the two sides met in Mumbai in their previous clash, Dabang Mumbai had won 2-1 in a close contest and home side will hope to make it even stevens tomorrow in the last match of this edition at

  • sunil gavaskar

    Gavaskar, Laxman criticise World Cup format

    Sydney: Legendary players Sunil Gavaskar and VVS Laxman today lambasted the format of the upcoming Cricket World Cup, saying that the inclusion of the ICC Associate members could reduce the intensity of competition.

  • Indian team undergo strenuous training session

    Adelaide: With only couple of days left for India to open their cricket World Cup campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan, the team had a gruelling training session to prepare for the high-voltage contest. After having their customary net session in the morning at the St Peter’s College ground, where the full team was in attendance, the players trooped in batches of two and three at the Adelaide Oval’s indoor net session to do some

  • HC declines to stay Dera chief’s movie

    Chandigarh: Punjab and Haryana High Court today declined to stay the screening of movie ‘Messenger of God’, featuring Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

  • World Cup 2015

    2015 World Cup Astrology

    As the cricket world cup is going to begin from 14 February 2015. The planetary situation of planets at the start of the World Cup is Jupiter retrograde in Cancer, Saturn in Scorpio  and starts retrograding from March 14 2015. Rahu in Virgo, Uranus in Pisces, Neptune in Aquarius and Mercury, Venus, Sun and Mars changing its position later on in March will bring from some surprising or contradictory changes in the

  • Baburaj, Moulika Ram in semis of tennis championship

    Kolkata: Unseeded Nithya Raj Baburaj of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh’s B. Moulika Ram entered the semi-finals of women’s singles competition of the 2015 Central Excise Open Grass Court Tennis Championship here Thursday.

  • Madan Mitra

    Saradha Scam: Madan Mitra’s judicial remand extended

    Kolkata: A city court today extended till February 26 the judicial remand of West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra, arrested by CBI for alleged complicity in the multi-crore Saradha scam.

  • Punjab govt says no to setting up of slaughter house

    Chandigarh: Following stiff opposition, Punjab government today said that no slaughter house will be allowed to be set up in the state. A spokesman of the Chief Minister’s Office said here today that the government fully respected the sentiments of the people in this regard and would do nothing that hurts their feelings.

  • Sonia gandhi

    Sonia seeks four weeks time from CIC to respond to notice

    New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi has sought four weeks time to respond to a notice of the Central Information Commission asking reasons for not complying with its verdict bringing political parties under the Right to Information Act.

  • Karan Singh quitting AICC post after being left out on Obama visit

    New Delhi: Congress leader Karan Singh today said he had resigned from AICC’s foreign affairs wing after being left out of a delegation of its leaders which met US President Barack Obama during his visit to India, but did not press the matter after speaking to party chief Sonia Gandhi.

  • Jitan Ram Manjhi

    Manjhi asked to test majority, court holds Nitish leader in house 

    Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi was Friday asked by Governor Keshri Nath Tripathi to prove his majority on the first day of the budget session beginning Feb 20 – a step welcomed by his supporters but slammed as “murder of democracy” by Nitish Kumar.

  • Police at Teesta Setalvad’s home after bail denied, SC stays arrest 

    Mumbai/Ahmedabad/New Delhi: A Gujarat Police team, accompanied by their Mumbai counterparts, reached the home of social activist Teesta Setalvad in Mumbai after a Gujarat court declined her plea for anticipatory bail in an alleged embezzlement case but the apex court restrained her arrest.

  • Sonia Gandhi

    Stop squabbling about party in public: Sonia Gandhi

    New Delhi:  An open war today broke out in Congress over its whitewash in Delhi elections with Sheila Dikshit attacking party’s face in the polls Ajay Maken, forcing party President Sonia Gandhi to intervene to douse the fire by asking them not to squabble in public.