Free Press Journal
  • Gabashvili stuns Murray in Washington Open tennis

    Washington: Russian tennis player Teymuraz Gabashvili sprung a surprise as he beat World No.3 Andy Murray in the men’s singles second round of the Washington Open here.

  • Don’t struggle to motivate myself, says Messi

    Barcelona: Argentina’s football superstar Lionel Messi said he doesn’t struggle to motivate himself for his national team or club, Spanish outfit FC Barcelona, adding his ultimate aim is to keep winning whenever he plays.

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    Played with positive intent, Ajinkya Rahane

    Colombo: India batsman Ajinkya Rahane on Thursday said his intent has been to play positively whether in the subcontinent or overseas, adding that he was happy to score a ton in the warm up match against Sri Lanka Board President’s XI here on Thursday.

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    Remuneration of judge holding BCA polls undecided: BCCI to SC

    New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today informed the Supreme Court that it is yet to decide on whether to pay Rs 10 lakh remuneration to Justice Dharam Pal Sinha, who has agreed to conduct the election of the Bihar Cricket Association (BCA).

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    Manchester United’s Di Maria completes PSG switch

    Paris: Argentine midfielder Angel Di Maria has completed his transfer to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) from English giants Manchester United, the French football club announced on Thursday.

  • Tanishaa to star in Anna Hazare’s biopic

    This is with reference to Tanishaa playing a lead female protagonist, Barkha, in a film which is an only official Anna Hazare’s biopic. Anna Hazare’s biopic has been a muse of many directors in B Town. Tanishaa will play a role of bubbly TV journalist for whom news means business. The movie starts with the 2011 Ram Leela Maidan Andolan covering Anna Hazare’s life, contemporary democratic situation of the country, the political drama, transition

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    Pernia’s surprises for Imran Abbas during JAANISAAR Promotions

    Pernia Qureshi who is currently on tour for the promotions of her upcoming film JAANISAAR, surprised her co-star Imran Abbas with an impromptu trip to Agra. The cast and crew of the movie are visiting several cities including Lucknow, Chandigarh and Delhi, and decided to take a detour to visit the Taj Mahal.

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    Salman sings for Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty’s ‘HERO’

    Salman Khan who I known to nurture young actors and provide them with a launch pad in Bollywood will be soon releasing his second film with two newcomers. Aditya Pancholi’s son, Sooraj Pancholi and Suniel Shetty’s daughter Athiya Shetty in the upcoming film HERO. Looks like he is taking special interest to make sure the film rocks the box office like his other films. After crooning the hit song Hangover for his

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    Singh is Bling’s song to be out before the trailer

    The first look of Akshay Kumar’s next film, SINGH IS BLING was surely an attention grabber. With the sexy Amy Jackson lying on his side, this film is sure to turn up the heat and definitely making it one of the most anticipated films of 2015.

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    I alone can ruin myself! – Priyanka Chopra

    Relentless, restless and still a romantic, PRIYANKA CHOPRA speaks to SHUBARNA MUKERJI SHU about all things that make her the international sensation she is!

  • Why was statement of Salman’s driver not recorded? asks Lawyer

    Mumbai: Picking holes in prosecution arguments in the 2002 hit-and-run case, the lawyer defending convicted filmstar Salman Khan today sought to know in Bombay High Court why police had not recorded the statement of his driver when they interrogated him after the mishap.

  • Maha govt failed to keep promises for farmers: Narayan Rane

    Mumbai: Senior Congress leader Narayan Rane today alleged that Chief Minsters’ assurance of spending Rs 25,000 crore over a period of five years to overcome the agrarian crisis was made without making proper provision for the same.

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    Mumbai godwoman faces dowry abetment case

    Mumbai: Self-styled godwoman Mamtamai Radhe Guru Maa, known for her glamorous life-style, has been booked in an alleged dowry harassment case, an official said here on Thursday.

  • Six Indian distance runners to train in Kenya

    Mumbai: Six Indian distance runners are all set to travel to Kenya for a five-week training at Iten as part of the joint initiative by the Sports Authority of India, Procam International and Global Sports Communication. Their trip is part of the Elite Distance Running Programme launched in Bhopal last year to promote middle and long distance running at the grassroots, a release said today.

  • NIA team visits attack site, captured terrorist being quizzed

    Jammu: A National Investigation Agency (NIA) team on Thursday visited the site where a BSF convoy was attacked by two terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur district and the village where one of them fled but was caught by residents and handed over to police, officials said. Meanwhile, interrogation of Naved, alias Mohmmad Usman/Qasim Khan continued in the joint interrogation centre here.

  • Won’t stand with Left in protests: Trinamool

    New Delhi: Trinamool Congress today said it supports Congress protests against the suspension of its 25 MPs, but has stayed away from the demonstrations in Parliament because of the Left parties. The party’s comments comes as eyebrows are being raised over its absence from the Sonia Gandhi-led joint protest in front of Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Parliament complex for the last three days.

  • Pakistan issues new strategic export control list

    Islamabad: Pakistan, which has world’s fastest -growing nuclear arsenal, today issued a revised export control list of goods, technologies, materials and equipment related to nuclear and biological weapons and their delivery systems.

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    Pak in denial mode; says India should give proof on terrorist

    Islamabad: Pakistan was today in denial mode over assertions from India that the terrorist caught alive after the ambush on a BSF convoy in Udhampur yesterday was a Pakistani national and asked New Delhi not to make “accusations” without proof. Reacting to statements from India on the Pakistani origins of Mohammed Naved Yakub, Foreign Office Spokesperson Syed Qazi Khalilullah said the Indian claim was baseless.