Free Press Journal
  • Amal to gift Clooney a Porsche for his birthday

    Los Angeles: Hollywood star George Clooney is getting a brand new Porsche from wife Amal Alamuddin on his 54th birthday. The lawyer reportedly is getting her actor husband a Porsche 911 GT3 RS worth 135,000 pounds, reported Ace Showbiz. A family source has been quoted as claiming, “Amal has been looking for the right car for him to replace his black Porsche 911 and the new one is much faster.”

  • Ranbir’s special gesture for Shashi Kapoor

    New Delhi: Bollywood’s heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor and nephew of Shashi Kapoor narrated the journey of the veteran actor-producer in the showbiz through a special video screened at the 62nd National Film Awards ceremony here when his uncle was honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke Award for 2014.

  • Sitaram Yechury

    Narendra Modi govt policies will not work: Sitaram Yechury

    New Delhi: The Modi government’s policies to attract foreign investment and “humongous” tax concessions to corporates will not work because it will not create productive capacity and there is no purchasing power with the people, says CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury.

  • Mumbai celebrations for National award winner Kangana

    New Delhi:Kangana Ranaut, won a National Film Award for her performance in “Queen”, is elated over the recognition. The actress says she never expected the film to do so well and she will celebrate her win in Mumbai.

  • Narendra Modi

    Buddha’s teachings an answer to world’s turmoil: Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: On the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his teachings of compassion were the answer to the ongoing turmoil in the world and wished that “beloved” Nepal bounces back soon from its current crisis created by the devastating earthquake.

  • Retired diplomat recalls prejudices against women officers

    New Delhi: When retired diplomat and author Arundhati Ghose wanted to join the Indian Foreign Service in the early 1960s, she faced the same question in two separate interviews – How would she cope with her career post-marriage?

  • Narendra Modi

    Nepal situation ‘beyond our imagination’: Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: The situation in earthquake-hit Nepal is “beyond our imagination”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday. Modi said he was sad that the land where Lord Buddha was born was in serious trouble following the April 25 temblor that has claimed thousands of lives and left thousands injured.  Speaking on the occasion of Buddha Poornima at the Talkatora Stadium here, the prime minister said: “I pray to Buddha that the earthquake

  • Earth Quake hits tourist arrival in Darjeeling

    Darjeeling: The Nepal earthquake and subsequent tremors which shook north Bengal last week have led to cancellations of hotel bookings in Darjeeling by many visitors who were planning a trip to the hill station during the peak tourist season.

  • Najeeb Jung

    Arvind Kejriwal trying to take over Lieutenant Governor’s powers: BJP

    New Delhi : The face-off between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung with regard to the routing of government files took a fresh twist on Monday, with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) saying that Kejriwal is seeking to take over the powers of the Lieutenant Governor rather focusing on his areas of functioning.

  • Kumar Vishwas affair: ‘AAP leaders will gradually be exposed’, says BJP

    New Delhi : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday lashed out at the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over allegations against Kumar Vishwas of having an affair with a woman volunteer and alleged that all leaders of the ruling party in Delhi would gradually be exposed.

  • Seven killed as vehicle runs amok in Rajasthan

    Kota (Rajasthan): Seven people were killed and another severely injured after their vehicle allegedly ran amok and fell into a drain on Bapawar-Sangod road today, police said.

  • Mumbai Police

    Policemen are stressed working overtime: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: Taking a dig at Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over the killing of a Mumbai Police inspector by a junior officer, the Shiv Sena has said he may claim to be an “overtime” Home Minister but policemen are stressed for being made to work extra hours.

  • Youths held with drugs in Kalimpong

    Darjeeling: Two Sikkim youths were arrested for allegedly carrying drugs from Rambi bazar area in Kalimpong today. Chenda Sherpa (24) and Ashok chettri (25), hailing from Sangkhola Singtam area in Sikkim, were held when 60 bottles of cough syrup and 144 sleeping pills were recovered from their car at about 3.30 AM, police said. The youths were arrested as the drugs were recovered from their car during checking by police in the area.

  • Jose Mourinho, Chelsea

    Tired Jose Mourinho admits to needing rest post Chelsea’s PL title win

    London : As Chelsea secured the 2015 Premier League title, team manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that he is ‘tired’ and is in ‘need of a rest’, insisting that he has already set his sights on adding another one to his title collection next year.

  • Kumar Vishwas

    Women’s commission summons AAP leader Kumar Vishwas

    New Delhi: The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has summoned Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas on the basis of a complaint filed by a party volunteer alleging molestation, an official of the DCW said here on Monday.

  • Mary Kom

    Mary Kom’s late father-in-law honoured at native village

    New Delhi: Gunned down by unknown assailants close to a decade back, Olympic bronze-medallist Indian woman boxer M C Mary Kom’s father-in-law Karong Rekhupthang Kom was honoured with a memorial stone at his native village in Manipur. The memorial stone has been erected at the Samulamlan village and the inauguration was attended by Mary and her husband Onler Kom. Karong Rekhupthang Kom was a pastor and teacher and was shot dead on 27 December 27,