Free Press Journal
  • UN regrets sentencing of Al-Jazeera journalists

    United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has regretted the sentencing of three Al-Jazeera journalists by an Egyptian court, the organisation said in a statement on Sunday.

  • Teen Suicide

    AIIMS student found hanging in hostel room

    New Delhi: A female medical student was found hanging in her room in a girls hostel at AIIMS on Sunday morning, officials said.

  • Arsenal, Liverpool, EPL

    English Premier League standings

    London: The following are the English Premier League standings after the matches on Saturday (tabulated under matches played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points), according to Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Firing by Pakistan

    Pakistan shelling forces border residents to migrate

    Jammu: Pakistan Rangers fired two mortar shells towards a BSF post on the international border in Jammu district, with many families in the border villages began migrating to safer places.

  • Rupee up

    Macro data, rupee movement to drive equity markets

    Mumbai: Upcoming domestic macro data, rupee movement and heightened chances of a US rate hike will flare up volatility in the Indian equity markets during the coming week, experts say.

  • Portuguese soccer league standings

    Lisbon: The following are the Portuguese soccer league standings after Saturday’s matches (tabulated under matches played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points), according to Xinhua news agency.

  • Talking Movies – Remembering Monty Clift

    Remember Monty Clift? Not a question for today’s film buffs. But for me he was an iconic figure who came back into the frame after seeing ‘Freud – the Secret Passion’ at Rafique Baghdadi’s Saturday Show at the Press Club. Also, having died at 46 in 1966, means that I had seen all his films in my pre-film critic years and that makes it even more creditable.

  • Commerce and cow in the lane- Varanasi

    Benaras – Images of a holy city

    As the city moves deeper into the night, receding temple bells and the ebbing sound of religious singing poignantly orchestrates the impending hush that slowly creep into the city, writes UDAY CHAKRABORTY.

  • The lovey-dovey intensifies

    Phew! The Mutual admiration society which envelopes the Mumbai film industry and Maharashtra politics had never been so intense and the relations are red hot. Of course, there are minor differences between the FTII over the controversial appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as the FTII chairman, but the Centre will soon solve it by appointing the Pandava Senior brother as the Governor of Panchala, the home state of Draupadi.

  • food honey ice cream

    A taste of Thailand

    Rubina Khan indulges in eclectic cuisines from China, Japan, and Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand at Pattaya Street.

  • Tanishaa

     Crisp & Stylish 

    ‘I like getting dressed up and know how to experiment with it,’ TANISHA MUKHERJI tells VIRAJ SAWANT, as she ticks off her dos and don’ts.

  • Courting fashion in the play ground

    Clothes in the sports arena has gone high fashion keeping with today’s mood, PRAMITA BOSE discovers.

  • Sharukh Khan

    SRK is a CHICKENatarian! 

    If you wondered how SRK maintains that fab body even at 40, we know the secret to his daily protein fix.

  • Sidharth-Fawad

    Sidharth’s fancy nickname for Fawad Khan

    Looks like the bromance fad, is catching on long and fast. In the last few years, whenever a film had two heroes together, we were swamped by stories of their bromances. During DESI BOYZ, Akshay Kumar and John Abraham’s fascination for each other made many reset their friendship goals. It is always nice to see the actors bond so well in this fiercely competitive Bollywood. Sidharth Malhotra and Fawad Khan will be

  • deepika

    Deepika’s mujra in BAJIRAO MASTANI to be a grand affair

    BAJIRAO MASTANI‘s trailer has rightfully showed off the grandeur and massiveness of the film. Ranveer Singh, Priyanka Chopra and DeepikaPadukone‘s looks made us crave for more. Period films in Bollywood has become pretty sparse and that made us eagerly look forward to the film.

  • Onir

    Now showing: Rights agenda and sexuality on the big screen

    In this one-on-one, excerpted from Brave New Bollywood: In Conversation With Contemporary Hindi Filmmaker’ by Nirmal Kumar and Preeti Chaturvedi, Onir talks about making movies with crowd sourced funds and depicting pertinent issues like women’s rights, religious divide, child abuse across sexuality.