Free Press Journal
  • Talvar

    ‘Talvar’ – Official Trailer 2015

    ‘Talvar’ Official Trailer | Starring Irrfan Khan, Konkona Sen Sharma, Neeraj Kabi, Sohum Shah, Atul Kumar and Gajraj Rao

  • Mukesh Kumar Meena

    AAP govt abusing legal process: ACB chief Meena

    New Delhi: Delhi’s anti-graft bureau head M K Meena today accused the AAP government of trying to abuse the process of law and the LG-appointed ACB chief was acting in accordance with the law. Making the submission before the Delhi High Court, Meena’s counsel questioned Delhi government’s power to set up an inquiry commission to probe a scam without seeking the Centre’s approval.

  • 'Zubaan'

    ‘Zubaan’ to open Busan International Film Festival

    Mumbai: Mozez Singh’s musical drama “Zubaan” will be the opening film of the 20th Busan International Film Festival which is to be held in South Korea between October 1 and 10. Amongst the biggest film festivals of Asia, Busan International Film Festival will, for the first time, have a Bollywood musical opening the fest.

  • Katrina Kaif

    Katrina would have turned ‘clown’ for Yash Chopra

    New Delhi: Actress Katrina Kaif, who has worked with the best of directors and actors in the industry, chooses her movies after analysing both the director and script, but when it comes to the Yash Chopra banner, she would have agreed to do a film even if she was dressed as a clown.

  • Kriti Sanon

    Varun helped me to perform well in ‘Dilwale’: Kriti Sanon

    Mumbai: Actress Kriti Sanon is yet to shoot the final leg of the upcoming film “Dilwale” but the newcomer gave full credit to her co-star Varun Dhawan for helping her to give her best shot. The 25-year-old actress, who is paired opposite Varun in the Rohit Sheet-directed film, said Varun’s infectious energy inspired her. “He has a great energy and I feel that’s very important for an artist. I don’t know where he

  • Child Bomb, Nigeria

    Child bomber kills six in northeast Nigeria

    Kano: A child bomber killed six people today outside a bus station in the heartland of the Boko Haram Islamist insurgency in northeastern Nigeria.

  • Afghan Blast

    Blasts at Afghan gas storage facility kill 11, mostly children

    Herat: At least 11 people, most of them children, were killed in a series of explosions at an Afghan gas storage facility, which triggered a massive inferno in a nearby settlement for displaced people, officials said today.

  • Myanmar national arrested for helping terror group

    New Delhi: A 55-year-old Myanmar national who had been living in India illegally for 40 years has been arrested here for assisting the HuJI terrorist group, police said. Shaik Noor was taken into custody on August 21 from his residence at Abul Fazal Enclave in south Delhi.

  • Despite rising NPAs, PNB,IDBI not to sell bad loans to ARCs

    Mumbai: Even as they sit on mountains of bad loans, two large public sector lenders–PNB and IDBI Bank– today said they are not planning to sell any stressed loans to asset reconstruction companies (ARCs) citing pricing issues and also they expect to recover the money from these accounts through innovative ways.

  • Chili Vargas

    Chilean Vargas joins German outfit Hoffenheim

    Berlin: Eduardo Jesus Vargas Rojas has moved from S.S.C Napoli to Hoffenheim, the German Bundesliga side confirmed. The 25-year-old striker put pen to paper on a contract until 2019 to bolster Hoffenheim’s offensive after the departure of Brazilian international striker Robert Firmino, who joined Premier League outfit Liverpool during the summer transfer window. “Eduardo’s outstanding performances during the Copa America have aroused interest at other clubs around Europe. Therefore we are pleased that he

  • Parkash Singh Badal

    Call emergency Session on farmers’ issue: Pb Congress to Badal

    Chandigarh: Punjab Congress today asked Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to immediately call an “emergency session” of the state Assembly and lead an all-party delegation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over farmers’ issue. State Congress chief Pratap Singh Bajwa in a statement here today called upon Badal to call an emergency session of the Assembly.

  • Sushma Swaraj

    India has strong interests in Arab world: Swaraj

    Cairo: India today said it has “strong interests” in the Arab world and is firmly committed to its various causes, including resolution of the Palestine- Israel issue. “Our strong traditional support to the Palestinian cause remains unwavering even as we pursue good relations with Israel. We commend the Egyptian role in bringing about a ceasefire in last year’s Israel-Gaza conflict,” External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said.

  • Over 50% spend more time on personal financial issues at work

    Mumbai: More and more employees in India are worried over financial security of their family as 54 per cent employees admitted spending more time thinking about personal financial issues at work, according to a study. “The biggest financial concern of employees in India is financial security of their family in case of premature death. About 54% of employees admitted spending more time thinking about personal financial issues at work than they should, impacting

  • Jairam_Ramesh

    Government has vitiated political atmosphere: Jairam

    New DelhI: The country’s political atmosphere has been vitiated by the “confrontationist attitude” of the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is an “autocrat” who is not making efforts to reach out to the opposition, Congress leader and former Union minister Jairam Ramesh has said.

  • Market Crash

    Chinese shares crash for the 2nd day, central bank cuts rates

    Beijing: Chinese stocks had another nightmarish day today amid continued slowdown in the world’s second largest economy, prompting the central bank to cut the reserve requirement ratio and key interest rates to halt the slide that has devastated markets in India and other countries. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index fell 7.63 per cent to 2,964.97 points, following the 8.49-per cent loss in its worst daily slump since February 2007.

  • GST Bill

    Special session uncertain as Congress non-committal on GST Bill 

    New Delhi: Uncertainty loomed large over calling a special parliament session for passage of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, with the Congress remaining non-committal on its support to the BJP-led NDA government over it.

  • Mehboob Beg

    PDP to press Centre to hold talks wih Pak, separatists

    Srinagar: Ruling PDP in Jammu and Kashmir today said it will press the Centre to hold dialogue with Pakistan and separatists, days after the scrapping of the NSA-level talks between the two countries. However, its partner BJP said separatists have to stop acting as “agents of Pakistan” and need to join mainstream like Sajjad Lone.

  • Sensex

    Sensex takes sigh of relief, recoups 291 pts after mega plunge

    Mumbai: After correcting severely yesterday, Indian market staged a smart recovery today as the benchmark BSE Sensex spurted by 290.82 points to 26,032.38 on value- buying in realty, metals and banking stocks amid hopes that government might convene a session for passage of GST bill. Moreover, recovery in rupee, which sharply appreciated by 76 paise to 65.89 intra-day against the dollar also supported sentiment, brokers said.

  • Vishwanathan Anand

    Vishwanathan Anand suffers another defeat in Sinquefield Cup

    St. Louis (USA): Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand suffered his second defeat in as many games losing to Alexander Grischuk of Russia in the second round of Sinquefield Cup, a part of the Grand Chess tour.