Free Press Journal
  • Maria Menounos

    Maria Menounos replaces Giuliana Rancic on ‘E! News’

    London: Maria Menounos has replaced Giuliana Rancic as the anchor of the entertainment show “E! News”. The 40-year-old anchor quit the show earlier this month after 14 years at the helm. Maria, 37, has been confirmed as her replacement, after Giuliana was forced to address reports that the pair had been feuding, reported Female First.

  • Nicolas Sébastien Anelka

    Level of ISL is quite good and this time it’s going to be better: Nicolas Anelka

    Former Premier League star Nicolas Anelka is set to make his foray into management with Indian Super League outfit Mumbai City FC in the upcoming season, which kicks off in October this year. The 36-year-old will take on the dual role as the club’s marquee player-cum-manager, having played for the team during the league’s inaugural season last year. The former French striker, in his first interaction ahead of the new season speaks on various

  • Ayushmann happy over more women-oriented films

    Bengaluru: Bollywood star Ayushmann Khurrana today praised actress Richa Chadha for her excellent performance in “Masaan” and expressed happiness that more women-oriented films are being made these days. “I watched Masaan, and I was zapped by Richa Chadha’s performance – she is brilliant in this film. She was also great in Gangs of Wassyepur. I am glad we have women oriented films coming more in numbers these days,” he told PTI ahead of an event organised by a television media house

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    People have faith in my versatility: Gaurav Gera

    New Delhi: He has hosted live and TV shows, been a standup comedian, a radio jockey, featured in a live theatrical and has entertained small screen viewers with fiction shows — Gaurav Gera says he loves to wear different hats and enjoys the fact that people trust his versatility in his craft.

  • J.K Rowling’s wizard boy Harry Potter turns 35

    London: J.K Rowling’s imaginative wizard boy Harry Potter has turned 35, as according to the tale he was born to fictional characters James and Lily Potter on Thursday 31st July 1980.

  • Angelina Jolie, Suu Kyi meet women garment workers in Myanmar

    Yangon: Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie met women garment workers in Myanmar today with opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi to learn more about their working conditions, as part of her first visit to the country.

  • policeman

    Cops suspended for thrashing farmer in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Two policemen were today suspended for thrashing a farmer in Beed district of Marathwada, while the latter was in a queue to pay crop insurance premium. The two police constables have been suspended and an inquiry ordered into the incident, Superintendent of Police, Beed, Anil Paraskar said today, a day after the incident. The video of the cops thrashing the farmer with cane and kicks went viral on social media and was telecast by local TV channels.

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    Andhra Pradesh government sanctions 2 lakh houses for rural poor

    Vijayawada: Andhra Pradesh government has sanctioned two lakh houses for the rural poor of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Classes (OBC) communities, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu announced today. Government will provide a subsidy of Rs 1.50 lakh for SCs and STs and Rs 1.10 lakh for OBCs for the houses, measuring 270 sq feet each, while the remaining amount will be paid by the beneficiaries, Naidu said while addressing TDP’s special executive committee meeting here.

  • Michelle Obama

    Michelle Obama wants to be Beyonce

    Los Angeles:United States’ First Lady Michelle Obama has joked that she wants to be singer Beyonce Knowles. When asked by rapper Wale, while promoting their Reach Higher campaign, what she would like to do if she had a different occupation, Michelle was quick to answer. “I would be Beyonce,” before breaking into the ‘Single Ladies’ dance and joked, “I’ve got the hand up,” Michelle said. Beyonce even performed at Michelle’s 50th birthday

  • Naomi Campbell

    Naomi Campbell gets six months’ suspended sentence

    Los Angeles: Model Naomi Campbell has been found guilty of assault after being accused of scratching the eye of a paparazzo photographer who took photographs of her and her former boyfriend while she was on a holiday.

  • Joe Jackson

    Joe Jackson out of intensive care

    Los Angeles: Michael Jackson’s father Joe Jackson is reportedly out of intensive care after suffering a stroke and three heart attacks.
    He was admitted to Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo over the last weekend after suffering three heart attacks as well as a suspected stroke.

  • Population

    India to surpass China’s population by 2022

    United Nations: India will surpass China to become the most populous nation in the world by 2022, six years sooner than previously forecast, and the country is projected to retain the top spot till 2100, the UN has said. The ‘World Population Prospects: The 2015 Revision’ launched here yesterday projected that within seven years, the population of India is expected to surpass that of China. Currently, the population of China is approximately 1.

  • Miley Cyrus

    Miley Cyrus launches lipstick range to ‘end AIDS’

    Los Angeles: Singer Mylie Cyrus is the new face of the makeup company’s Viva Glam lipstick and tinted “lipglass”, aimed to help AIDS patients as every sale will go towards MAC AIDS Fund.

  • Explore the unexplored: Karwar

    If you have been looking for a getaway to rejuvenate and de-stress, Karwar welcomes you for an adventure. Pack your bags and get ready to explore some of the magnificent places here which are simply paradise on earth.

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    Exercising in teen year cuts risk of early death in women

    Washington DC : A new research has suggested that women who exercise in their teenage years have a lower risk of death from cancer and other health isuues in their middle and older ages. Lead author Sarah J. Nechuta and colleagues used data from the Shanghai Women’s Health Study from Shanghai, China, and the study included detailed information on participants reported at baseline recruitment, including self-reported exercise participation between the ages of 13

  • Maggi Ban

    Bombay High Court says will rule on Maggi case next week

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has reserved its order on the ongoing case between Nestle India and the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) over the nation-wide ban enforced on sale of its popular 2-minute Maggi noodles. The court has said that as there was no consensus on fresh tests, the matter would be posted for a fresh hearing next week. Nestle had moved the high court against a June

  • RBI

    Forex reserves up $322 million: RBI

    Mumbai: After four consecutive weeks of decline, India’s foreign exchange reserves grew by $322 million in the week ended July 24.

  • Yakub Memon

    Government acted humanely in Yakub’s hanging, ensured peace: RSS

    New Delhi: The RSS today said the hanging of 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon was dealt with humanely by the government by allowing his family access which ensured peace in the aftermath. Senior leader Indresh Kumar said the government acted as it should in a democracy. It made sure that Memon’s family was present in Nagpur to take the body and also allowed other people to participate in his funeral, which displayed “the