Free Press Journal
  • Secret wedding was not fun to plan: Justin Theroux

    Los Angeles: Actress Jennifer Aniston’s husband and actor Justin Theroux says the secret wedding the duo had was not really fun to plan since everything had to be kept under wraps.

  • Rahul is taking PM’s name to remain in news: Venkaiah Naidu

    Bengaluru: Hitting out at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi for his “suit boot” remarks against Narendra Modi, Union Minister M Venkaiah Nadu today termed it as “childish and immature” and accused him of taking the name of Prime Minister to remain in the news.

  • Voting starts in Greece

    Athens: Greeks started voting on Sunday in the second general election this year to elect a new government.

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    Fame was demanding psychologically: Robert Pattinson

    London: Actor Robert Pattinson, who found fame early in his career with the “Twilight” franchise, says if you get famous as quickly as he did, it’s important to take good care of one’s mental health.

  • Kenyan veteran Kipchumba wins 2015 Beijing Marathon

    Beijing: Forty-one-year-old Kenyan veteran Mariko Kipchumba clocked 2 hours 11 minutes to win the 2015 Beijing Marathon on Sunday, becoming the first non-Ethiopian athlete to win the event since 2011.

  • China vows support for Pakistan’s fight against terrorism

    Beijing: China today condemned the brazen Taliban attack on a Pakistani air force camp near Peshawar that killed 42 people, including 29 security personnel, and vowed to support Pakistan’s fight against terrorism.

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    Ernie Hudson joins ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot cast

    Los Angeles: Actor Ernie Hudson, who featured in the original 1984 “Ghostbusters” movie, has reportedly been cast in its reboot. The reboot will release on July 22, 2016. Hudson will join the old “Ghostbusters” actors Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd in the reboot of the supernatural comedy film reports, variety.com The two featured together with the late actor Harold Ramis in the 1984 film and its 1989 sequel. It’s currently unclear whether

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    Oommen Chandy seeks help to rescue Keralites in Yemen

    New Delhi: Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Sunday sought External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s intervention to ensure the safe return of about 200 Keralites stranded in Yemen.

  • MP: Ex-Union minister threatens to quit Congress, form new outfit

    Bhopal : Expressing displeasure over the state of affairs in Madhya Pradesh Congress, former Union minister Aslam Sher Khan today warned he, along with other like-minded leaders, would quit the party and float a new outfit to take on the ruling BJP, if corrective measures were not taken by the central leadership by the end of this year.

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    PM Narendra Modi gives fake assurances to people: Raj Babbar

    New Delhi : Congress leader Raj Babbar on Sunday alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Maan ki Baat’ programme has not benefitted the nation as he gives fake assurances to the people every time he speaks.

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    Man held for murder in Thane

    Thane: A 32-year-old man from Ulhasnagar township of the district was today arrested for allegedly murdering a youth, police said. The victim – Azgar Hussain Abdul Manhan Khan (22) – and the accused Rajkumar R Jha had a financial dispute following which the latter attacked him with a sharp weapon last evening in Prabhudev Nagar locality, Ulhasnagar police station’s inspector A V Saingaonkar said. The victim died on the spot, he said adding that the body has been sent

  • Laverne Cox does not feel snubbed by Emmys

    Los Angeles: “Orange is the New Black” fans were surprised when star Laverne Cox was seemingly snubbed in this year’s Emmy nominations for her portrayal of transgender inmate Sophia Burset, but the actress does not feel that way.