Free Press Journal
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    IPL Scam: MI, Kings XI Punjab not in favour of foreign teams

    Mumba: The Working Group set up to look into the implementation of the findings of Lodha Committee report on IPL spot-fixing scandal today met representatives of Mumbai Indians and KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia, who stated that he is not in favour of inviting foreign teams to fill the void.

  • The Tragedy of CareGivers

    Shoma A. Chatterji says caregivers or people who tend t others suffering from various ailments are a neglected lot.

  • Rohit Sharma should play in No.3 to score 300 a day

    Colombo: Indian cricket team’s batting coach Sanjay Bangar defended Rohit Sharma’s cheap dismissals in the two innings of the warm-up game, stating that the talented Mumbaikar’s flair at No. 3 is necessary as they aim to score 300 plus runs on each batting day.

  • Parupalli Kashyap

    I’m playing best badminton now: Kashyap

    New Delhi: Gearing up for the World Championship, ace Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap feels he is playing his best badminton at the moment and hopes his rigorous training in the last one month will fructify next week when the prestigious event starts on August 10.

  • New sports facility will be created in Vizag: Krishna Babu

    Visakhapatnam (AP): Visakhapatnam Port Trust Chairman M T Krishna Babu assured to create a new sports facility in the city in addition to the existing port indoor stadium for the development of the sports in the region.

  • Australia

    England wins 4th Test, regains Ashes from Australia

    Nottingha: England regained the Ashes in convincing style today by beating Australia by an innings and 78 runs in the fourth Test, taking an insurmountable 3-1 lead in the series.

  • Varanasi Train accident

    Twin train accident: Western Railway cancels 22 trains

    Mumbai: The Western Railway (WR) has cancelled as many as 22 trains, departing from its zonal stations, due to the Harda twin train derailment on the Khandwa-Itarsi section and heavy rainfall in the zones of its Ahmedabad division.

  • Kaialsh Satyarthi

    Competitiveness makes one narrow-minded: Kailash Satyarthi

    Mumbai: Aspire to become global citizens and strive for betterment of world rather than focussing only on individual progress, was the message of Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi to the young generation here.

  • ‘More R&D needed for self-sufficiency in power technologies’

    Mumbai: To achieve economic growth, India needs to strengthen research and development capabilities to become self-sufficient and bring down dependency on other countries for technology, NITI Aayog member V K Saraswat has said.

  • RBI

    No differences between RBI, govt on MPC: RBI

    Indore: There are no differences between the Reserve Bank and the government on the proposed Monetary Policy Committee and discussions are on between the two over its structure, RBI Deputy Governor S S Mundra has said. He also said that RBI would like to see, among other things, as to how banks pass on the benefit of earlier rate cuts to customers before it goes in for another cut.

  • GST to take centrestage at FPTAI from Aug 15

    Coimbatore: Impact of Goods and Service Tax (GST) on paper trade will be a major issue that would come up for discussion at the 53rd Annual General Meeting and Conference of Federation of Paper Traders Association of India (FPTAI), beginning from August 15.

  • Sushma Swaraj

    Govt completing all formalities to bring back Gita

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said government was completing all necessary formalities to bring back Gita, the deaf and mute Indian woman stuck in Pakistan for more than a decade after losing contact with her family.

  • Delhi cops wasting energy framing false cases against our MLAs: AAP

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party today targeted the Delhi Police saying it was wasting its energy by levelling “false” charges against party MLAs and that the force stands “discredited” among the public, especially women, owing to rising incidents of crime.

  • Udhampur attack: Investigation will take some time: NIA

    Guwahati: National Intelligence Agency (NIA) chief Sharad Kumar on Saturday said that interrogation is going on with the terrorist who was caught in Jammu and Kashmir, adding that it will take some time to get all the information.

  • Anil Kapoor, John Abraham dance at “Welcome Back” song launch

    Mumbai: Bollywood actors Anil Kapoor and John Abraham seemed all energetic as they kept dancing on the title track of their upcoming film “Welcome Back”. At the launch of “Welcome Back” title track, the leading men of the film — Nana Patekar, Anil and John — shook their leg when Mika Singh was singing the song. There were reports that Anil was unhappy with this song but he denied it, saying, “Who

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    Not worried about people laughing at my dancing: Nana Patekar

    Mumbai: Actor Nana Patekar says he makes mistakes while dancing and does not mind if people laugh at his moves. Nana, who is non dancer, said people love to see his “incorrect” postures. “I do rehearsals so that we can easily and confidently make mistakes. As it doesn’t show on your face. I know you all enjoy watching me dance incorrectly. I am okay with it… I am not worried about that,”

  • rahatkhanstory

    Excited for my second innings in India: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

    Mumbai: Noted Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, who has delivered many Bollywood hits, says he is excited to begin his second innings in the industry. The music maestro has given superhit songs like — “Lagan Lagi Tumse Mann Ki Lagan”, “Bol Na Halke Halke”, “Main Jahan Rahun”, “O Re Piya”, “Ajj Din Chadheya”, among others. Rahat, who was detained in India in 2011 for possessing foreign currency, had said he would

  • Tanishaa-Mukerji

    Tanishaa eager to see Kajol-Shah Rukh in ‘Dilwale’

    Mumbai: Actress Tanishaa Mukerji says she is eagerly waiting to watch her star sister Kajol and superstar Shah Rukh Khan together on the big screen in Rohit Shetty’s upcoming film “Dilwale”. In “Dilwale”, Shah Rukh and Kajol will be seen romancing on screen after five years. The last time they shared screen space was in Karan Johar’s “My Name is Khan” in 2010.

  • Notices to 3 news channels: BEA to take up matter with govt

    New Delhi Broadcast Editors’ Association today expressed concern over what it said apparent tendency among governments, both at Centre and in some states, to serve notices on media organisations in a selective manner, against the backdrop of I&B ministry’s show-cause notices to three news channels over coverage of Yaqub Memon’s hanging.

  • ‘Singh is Bliing’: Akshay Kumar introduces Raftaar Singh

    Mumbai: After winning hearts with his role of Happy in the 2008 action comedy film “Singh Is Kinng”, action star Akshay Kumar has introduced his character in its sequel titled “Singh is Bliing”. The actor will play Raftaar Singh in the Prabhudheva directorial. Akshay took to micro-blogging site Twitter on Saturday to introduce Raftaar while sharing a 15-second teaser in which he is seen jumping in a circular motion with joy.