Free Press Journal
  • Sandeepa Dhar

    Sandeepa saves street dogs

    Not many know that Sandeepa Dhar ​is an animal lover. Recently during rains lots of street dogs have been hiding to save their lives and starved for hours. Sandeepa found five similar puppies at the basement of her building, who were all drenched in rain and were shivering of cold. Sandeepa being an animal lover, took all of them to her place, fed them and took care of them.

  • Sonu Sud

    Sonu Sood makes his debut on TV

    Actor SonuSood soon will be seen on television in a new role. Sonu will be seen judging an upcoming comedy reality show as a judge along with Sushmita Sen and Shekhar Suman.

  • Varun & Jacqueline

    Varun, Jacqueline attend workshops for “Dishoom”

    Varun Dhawan all set to impress yet again after the success of ABCD 2 in his next film DISHOOM opposite Jacqueline Fernandez. With very few days to go before the film goes on floors in Mumbai, both Varun and Jacqueline have been crunching in extra time to attend the workshops for the film.

  • bajrangi bhaijan

    Kabir Khan shares “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” trivia

    With BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN set to release on Eid, the director of the film,Kabir Khan has been receiving a lot of praises for the trailer and songs. He recently engaged in a Twitter chat with fans through the films official Twitter handle and answered various questions about BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN.

  • Hrithik Roshan

    Hrithik Roshan: A real superhero 

    Enough and more has been said about his dance moves but it’s a cherry on top when you see a body as perfect as his grooving away like a dream. That oh-so-chiseled face, those green eyes and his perfectly styled locks can leave any girl weak in her knees and the men green with envy.

  • K K Menon

    When It’s Kay Kay, it’s convincing…

    An actor who stands out in every role he plays. His masterful performance in HAIDER as the cunning Khurram Meer won him a popular Best Supporting Actor award and is the latest testimony to his talent. Maybe it has to do with the first ever role he played in his life – a sunflower in his nursery school play. The ability to attract the sun of attention to himself is what this

  • Suresh Prabhu

    Decision on bullet train after feasibility report: Prabhu

    Panaji: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today said the decision on the bullet train project would be taken after examination of a feasibility study which is underway. Prabhu was in Goa to launch a series of projects undertaken by the railway ministry.

  • Valentino Rossi

    MotoGP: Rossi wins thriller at Dutch TT

    Assen (Netherlands): Yamaha racer Italian Valentino Rossi edged past Marc Marquez in a final lap thriller to win the Dutch TT here on Saturday and stretch his Moto GP championship lead.

  • Akhilesh Yadav

    Centre deviating from principle of coop federalism: Akhilesh Singh

    New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today accused the Centre of deviating from the principle of cooperative federalism saying the move of the NDA government to reorganise central schemes without consulting the states has put additional financial burden on them.

  • Lalitgate: Step down if you are helpless, Cong to Modi

    New Delhi: Congress today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should step down if he was finding himself “helpless” in securing resignations of four women Ministers who are under attack for alleged wrongdoing. “If the Prime Minister is helpless in securing the resignations, he should tell people about his failure to ensure zero tolerance to corruption and offer his resignation,” party spokesman Raj Babbar told reporters.

  • GCA election set to be unopposed as Salkar panel withdraws

    Panaji: In an anti-climax, the panel headed by Dr Shekhar Salkar has withdrawn from what was supposed to be a bitterly-fought election of the Goa Cricket Association. The election committee received letter of withdrawal today, paving way for unopposed election of Chetan Desai-led group. Following this, the committee cancelled tomorrow’s election process.

  • Polling period

    Heavy polling in Aruvikkara despite rains

    Thiruvananthapuram: Despite heavy rains, an estimated 74.4 percent turnout was today recorded for the bypoll for Aruvikkara assembly where Kerala’s ruling Congress-led UDF and opposition CPI(M)-headed LDF are locked in a stiff contest. Election officials said the percentage of turnout was provisional at the close of polling.

  • Security stepped up for ‘Godavari Pushkarams’ in AP

    Hyderabad: In view of the ‘Godavari Pushkarams’, Andhra Pradesh police today said they have made elaborate security arrangements in all Pushkaram areas including an aerial surveillance through drones. The 12-day-long ‘Godavari Pushkarams’ will be held along the banks of river Godavari from July 14 to July 25.

  • Have a bi-focal vision, Govindacharya tells Govt

    New Delhi: RSS ideologue K.N. Govindacharya on Saturday asserted that the Narendra Modi-led NDA Government should have a bi-focal vision, and said that politics should help the people and not a ‘particular person’.

  • No rift between Dhoni and Virat: Mohammed Shami

    Bengaluru: Insisting that all was well in the Indian cricket dressing room, pacer Mohammed Shami today said reports of rift between Test captain Virat Kohli and ODI skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni are simply wrong. “That the team is divided and the team is not performing — there is no truth in these things. I have shared the dressing room with all of them including Virat and Mahi Bhai. I never felt anything like

  • Nitish Kumar

    RLSP acccuses Nitish Kumar of playing caste politics

    Patna: Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP), an ally of BJP in NDA alliance, today said Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was “targetting” people of a particular caste since the arrest of JD(U) MLA Anant Singh. RLSP State President Arun Kumar, MP, told reporters that members of a particular caste (Bhumiyar) are being targetted in Barh and Mokama areas in the wake of arrest of Singh.

  • Combing_red_sander

    Sandalwood worth 2cr seized, two held for smuggling

    Kadapa (AP): Two suspected red sanders smugglers were today arrested from the district and 126 logs of wood worth Rs six crore in the international market were recovered from them, police said. The two accused have been identified as Bodde Venkataramana alias Pedda Venkataramana (38) of Bhakarapeta village in Kadapa district and Thammineni Babu (37) of Chintapalli village in Nellore district.

  • Pankaja Munde

    I just tried breaking contractors lobby: Pankaja Munde

    New Delhi: Accused of involvement in a ‘scam’ for clearing purchases worth Rs 206 crore without inviting tenders, Maharashtra Minister Pankaja Munda today shot back, claiming her efforts to break the hold of contractors’ lobby on the Women and Child Development (WCD Department had provoked such accusations.

  • Raj-Purohit

    BJP notice to MLA Purohit as sting leaves party red faced

    Mumbai: The BJP in Maharashtra today issued show cause notice to party MLA Raj Purohit and sought his response within three days over a sting operation video, purportedly showing him making caustic comments against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah.

  • BCCI

    BCCI confirms Indian team’s selection for Zimbabwe tour

    New Delhi: In a clear hint that the Indian cricket team will go ahead with the tour of Zimbabwe, the BCCI today confirmed that the selection committee will meet here on Monday to pick the squad. “A meeting of the All-India Senior Selection Committee of the BCCI will be held at 11:00 am on Monday, 29 June 2015, at the Hotel ITC Maurya, Delhi, to select the Indian teams for the forthcoming tour