Free Press Journal
  • ‘India-backed terror’ linked to LoC firing: Raheel Sharif

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s army chief today claimed that there was a link between “Indian-sponsored terrorism” and violation of the ceasefire along the LoC even as the military said that eight Pakistani civilians had died in the firing. General Raheel Sharif’s comments came as he visited Rangers headquarters where he was briefed about the latest situation on the Line of Control (LoC).

  • Greece sets vote for Sept 20 as Syriza leads polls

    Athens: Greece geared up today for a snap election next month, with an opinion poll showing leftist party Syriza ahead despite a wave of defections over the country’s massive new bailout. The state-run ANA news agency said President Prokopis Pavlopoulos had signed a decree dissolving parliament and confirming the widely-expected date of September 20 for the crisis-hit country’s fifth election in six years.

  • CBI registers case against Gehlot, Pilot, ex union ministers’ sons

    New Delhi: CBI has taken over probe in the ambulance scam of Rajasthan in which it re-registered FIR of the state police naming former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, ex-Union Minister Sachin Pilot, Karthi Chidambaram, Ravi Krishna among others as accused. CBI today carried out searches at the office of the firm Ziqitza Health Care in Jaipur and Mumbai against which a case has been registered.

  • Vicente del Bosque

    Few changes as Del Bosque names Spain squad for Euro qualifiers

    Madrid: Spain coach Vicente del Bosque on Friday named a 23-man squad for his side’s two European Championship football qualifying ties away to Slovakia and at home to Macedonia on the 5th and 8th of September.

  • Ministry proposes to reduce Lutyens Bungalow Zone area

    New Delhi: The ministry of urban development has proposed to reduce the Lutyens Bungalow Zone (LBZ) area by 5.13 sq. kms and has for the first time sought suggestions and/or objections to proposals in this regard.

  • Shehla Khan

    “You have to own what you wear”, says Shehla Khan

    SHEHLA KHAN, whose gorgeously elaborate yet easy to wear designs have found fans in the likes of Sonam Kapoor, Kareena and Karisma, shares fashion cues with PRATISHTHA MALHOTRA.

  • Welcome Back in Kapil Show

    When the cast of WELCOME BACK met Kapil and family 

    A cast like that of WELCOME BACK supported by the cast of India’s funniest show ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’, it’s tough to imagine even one dull moment on the set. We heard that it exactly was how we would expect it to be. A source on the set of CNWK told us that John romanced bhains bijuriya and sang romantic number to her. You read it right. Bhainsbijuriya is actually a buffalo.

  • Sonakshi Sinha

    Sonakshi Sinha publically apologises for supporting Jasleen Kaur 

    When social media and every other news channel targeted Saravjit Singh for harassing Jasleen Kaur, many other jumped on to the bang wagon and supported the girl. Little did they know that this case would turn into something else after a few days of them thrashing the boy. Like everyone else, it was our dear Sonkashi Sinha who came in support of the girl, Jasleen Kaur. She tweeted saying, “Well done Jasleen!

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    HC junks plea on seizure of BBC documentary on Dec 16 gangrape

    New Delhi: Delhi High Court today dismissed a plea of one of the December 16 gangrape case convict seeking seizure of BBC documentary ‘India’s Daughter’, apprehending it could be used against him during his appeal pending in Supreme Court against his conviction and sentence. A bench of Justice Siddharth Mridul said since there was a stay order by a trial court on airing or screening of the alleged offensive documentary film, the plea

  • Hrithik Roshan-Sonam Kapoor

    Hrithik teaches Sonam to tango…

    After the romantic commercial together, Hrithik Rohan and Sonam Kapoor are back with the remake of ASHIQUI song “Dheere Dheere Se…”. The news of the remake of the popular number has been in news for some time now. The actor who came together for the shoot of this song had some fun time.

  • RBI

    RBI likely to keep repo rate unchanged: SBI chairman

    Mumbai: State Bank of India chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya today said RBI is likely to keep repo rate unchanged in the September monetary policy review due to the uncertainty in the markets and a volatile rupee. “Overall, there is a case for a cut but given the fragility right now in the market and the volatility of the rupee, they may hold it as well,” Bhattacharya told reporters here.

  • Sheena Bora

    Sheena Bora murder: Probe gathers speed

    Mumbai: The probe into the mysterious murder of Sheena Bora gathered pace today with the questioning of Indrani Mukherjea’s former husband, Sanjeev Khanna, who the police said played a role in the abduction of the victim along with her mother and driver and killed her in Pen in Raigad more than three years ago.

  • Anushka Ranjan’s special fan moment 

    Anushka Ranjan is thrilled with the response and the appreciation her work has been getting post the trailer launch of her debut film Wedding Pullav. But as producer duo Anu and Shashi Ranjan’s daughter steps into ‘famedom’ she reveals that all the fame and attention she has been getting is yet to sink in! “That feeling hasn’t sunk in completely. Life is the usual or at least I try to take it

  • Vinod Kumar relieved to get Dronacharya after HC intervention

    New Delhi: Former chief national wrestling coach Vinod Kumar today expressed relief and contentment over Delhi High Court’s directive to the Centre to confer Dronacharya award to him. The High Court today allowed the plea of Kumar, who had filed a petition in the court on August 18 against Dronacharya Award selection committee for ignoring him for the prestigious honour. “I have just got the court order. I am extremely happy and relieved

  • Mumbai Stars shine bright to emerge champions

    Mumbai: Mumbai Stars rode their luck to emerge champions of the BSAM 2nd Videocon-Billiards Premier League (BPL) when they snatched a tough 3-2 victory over SPG Billiardiers in a keenly contested final at the Bombay Gymkhana here. The Stars thus reasserted their supremacy over the Billiardiers for the second time in the last few days, having won Qualifier I by a more convincing 3-1 margin, to emerge champions of the 8-team competition.