Free Press Journal
  • Jacqueline

    Jacqueline Fernandez’s Date night with Jackie 

    She’s supposedly hit it off rather well with Arjun Kapoor – it helps that she is also BFFs with Arjun’s cousin Sonam Kapoor – but Jacqueline Fernandez reveals that she does not have a specific checklist when it comes to finding that someone special.

  • ISIS

    Man, girl parade outside UK Parliament with IS flags

    London: In a bizarre incident, a man paraded past Britain’s Parliament draped in an Islamic State flag with a young girl on his shoulders waving the flag’s smaller version, even as police insisted they were “within the law”. The man was photographed walking past a group of Scouts outside the Houses of Parliament as he wore a large Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) flag on his back. He was carrying a

  • parent_child

    Unwed mother need no consent of father to be Child’s guardian

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today came to the rescue of an unwed mother who is opposed to naming the biological father of her child, by directing a local court here to recall an earlier order and decide afresh her plea that she be declared the guardian without any notice to the father.

  • I took Dhoni’s feedback positively: Rahane

    Mumbai: India’s ODI captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s critical comments about Ajinkya Rahane’s batting in 50-over format may have raised a lot of eyebrows but the stand-in captain himself has decided to take his senior’s feedback in a “positive manner and move on”.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Vyapam scam needs to be thoroughly probed: Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Questioning Prime Minister’s silence over the mysterious deaths of people related to the Vyapam scam, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today demanded Narendra Modi’s “intervention” and a thorough probe into the matter. Kejriwal said something must be done to prevent the deaths and guilty must be punished.

  • Murali Vijay

    I don’t look too far ahead, says Murali Vijay

    Mumbai: Given a break after a gap of two seasons to play in ODIs against Zimbabwe, regular India Test opener Murali Vijay wants to make full use of it without looking too far ahead. “I have got an opportunity to play in ODIs after two seasons. I love to play One-day internationals and am looking forward to do well in this series. But I am not looking too far ahead,” Vijay said, during

  • Pakistan rattle Sri Lanka with Masood-Younis show

    Pallekele: Shan Masood and Younis Khan compiled unbeaten centuries to keep Pakistan in the hunt for a landmark victory in the series-deciding third and final Test against Sri Lanka today. Set a challenging target of 377 runs, the tourists recovered from a shaky 13-2 to move to 230 without further loss by stumps on the rain-free fourth day in Pallekele.

  • Ajay Devgan

    Ajay vs Ranbir: Expect fireworks on Diwali 2016

    New Delhi: It seems 2016 will be a year of clashes at the box office. After an Eid release for Shah Rukh Khan’s “Raees” and Salman Khan-starrer “Sultan”, fireworks at the Bollywood box office will be seen with a clash between Ranbir Kapoor’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” and Ajay Devgn’s directorial “Shivaay” on Diwali.

  • Alexis Tsipras

    Greek PM thanks finance minister who quit

    Athens: Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras thanked Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis on Monday for his “ceaseless efforts” to defend the interests of Greece in negotiations with creditors, according to government spokesman Gabriel Sakellaridis.

  • Snapdeal

    Airtel Money CEO Govind Rajan joins Snapdeal as CSO

    New Delhi: Airtel Money CEO Govind Rajan will join e-commerce company Snapdeal as its Chief Strategy Officer next month. The e-commerce firm today announced the appointment of Rajan to the role of Chief Strategy Officer, effective August 2015.

  • coal

    Coalscam: Ex-Coal Secy H C Gupta, 2 others summoned

    New Delhi: Former Coal Secretary H C Gupta and two others were today summoned as accused in a coal scam case by a special court, which noted that the bureaucrat had prima facie facilitated allocation of a Madhya Pradesh coal block to Pushp Steels and Mining Pvt Ltd resulting in loss to the government. The court also summoned Pushp Steels and Mining Pvt Ltd (PSMPL) and its director Atul Jain as accused for

  • Bollywood’s energy bunny Ranveer Singh turns 30

    Mumbai: Ranveer Singh, the unofficial livewire of Bollywood, turned 30 today and his Bollywood colleagues including close friend Arjun Kapoor and co-stars Parineeti Chopra and Sonakshi Sinha wished the quirky star.

  • Men aged 31-45 prone to thyroid dysfunction

    New Delhi: Men in the age group of 31-45 years are at greater risk of thyroid dysfunction, a study says. The study conducted by SRL Diagnostics said that currently 22.68 percent of Indians already are afflicted by thyroid dysfunction, and suffer from health problems including heart diseases and infertility.

  • aishwarya rai-ranbir kapoor

    KJo’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” to release next Diwali

    Mumbai: Karan Johar’s directorial venture “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” is all set to hit theatres Diwali next year with filmmaker’s another much-ambitious production “Shuddhi”. “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” will see Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan teaming up together for the first time. It will also feature Ranbir’s “Bombay Velvet” co-star Anushka Sharma. “My next directorial film #Aedilhaimushkil starring Ranbir, Anushka and Aishwariya will release Diwali 2016… @AeDilHaiMushkil @foxstarhindi,” Johar posted on Twitter.

  • Alastair Cook

    Michael Clarke is ahead of Cook in forward thinking: Butcher

    New Delhi: Former England batsman Mark Butcher has backed the hosts to come good against Australia in the upcoming Ashes series but said that Michael Clarke is ahead of Alastair Cook in terms of “forward thinking” as a leader. Notwithstanding England’s recent success against New Zealand, Cook’s captaincy has continuously come under the scanner with Australian all-rounder Shane Watson also taking a dig at the leader’s lack of pro-activeness. Even Butcher believes that

  • shahid kapoor Mira Rajput wedding

    Soulmates for Celebs even in Arrange Marriages

    Mumbai: Bollywood stars are known for immortalising die-hard lovers on the big-screen but in real life many of them choose the traditional way of matrimony. The latest example of the arranged marriage trend is “Haider” star Shahid Kapoor, who will tie the knot with Delhi University student Mira Rajput in Gurgaon tomorrow, in an alliance arranged by their families.

  • Discover the not so famous forts of Punjab

    One of the northern states of India, Punjab is the only state with majority Sikh population. It is the land of the Seven Rivers. The major attractions of Punjab revolve around historic palaces, battlegrounds, and great architecture. The Golden Temple in Amritsar is a massive attraction for tourists. Punjab has many stories to tell of its battles and great warriors which can be witnessed in the present at the various forts present