Free Press Journal
  • Nawaz Sharif

    Sharif likely to propose new measures to India at UNGA for defusing border tensions

    Karachi : Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is likely to propose new measures to India in order to bring tensions along the Line of Control (LoC) and working boundary under control during his address at the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly. According to The Express Tribune, a senior official who has seen the draft of the prime minister’s speech confirmed the prime minister’s plans. Sharif is expected to suggest better coordination

  • Aamir Khan and Sunny Leone exchange some friendly love banter on Twitter

    While Aamir Khan is on a persuasive mode about his upcoming movie this Diwali, Sunny Leone makes it to some public attention being totally impressed with Mr. Perfectionist’s new ad campaign. The Snapdeal commercial features Aamir in a poetic way talking about buying new clothes. The actor has put on some kilos for his next in which he will be seen as a wrestler is flaunting his paunch in d ad. But baby

  • Dalai Lama

    Dalai Lama accused of sexism after prompting outrage on social media

    London : People have taken to social media to accuse the Dalai Lama of sexism after he said that his successor could be a woman who must be “very attractive” else she would be “not much use”. According to The Huffington Post, the spiritual leader, when asked about the possibility of a female Dalai Lame, said if that happened, then their face should be “very attractive”. He also said that if a female Dalai

  • Kannada star Parul to enter Bollywood with “Killing Veerappan”

    Bengaluru: Leading Kannada actress Parul Yadav, who is making her Bollywood entry with Ram Gopal Varma’s multi-lingual movie “Killing Veerappan”, hopes it would give her good offers in the Hindi film world. “This is the first time in my career that I am doing a real-life character, and I am very excited about ‘Killing Veerappan’. I am playing a character which the media is unaware of,” Parul told PTI here on the sidelines

  • Wayne Rooney scores as Man U thump Ipswich 3-0 in Capital One Cup

    London : Wayne Rooney ended his six-month goal scoring drought at home as Manchester United defeated Ipswich 3-0 to reach the fourth round of the Capital One Cup. The England captain put United ahead in the 22nd minute with a left-footed finish before 19-year-old Pereira doubled the lead on his first start for the club through a free-kick, the Daily Express reported. Subsequently, Anthony Martial continued his goal scoring spree as he netted four

  • Pawan Hans helicopter

    Pawan Hans mulls services to SE Asia, Bhutan

    Guwahati: PSU chopper operator Pawan Hans is keen to start services in the near future to South East Asia and Bhutan from here. The company is also looking to expand its services in the north-east as part of its plans to develop Guwahati as a helicopter hub.

  • Lose weight, the healthy way, without much effort!

    Does the weight-checking machine give you a fright? Do you regret having a fattening piece of cake or pastry? Do you feel bad when you fall in love with a dress at a store but the size that fits you isn’t there? No? Then probably you have become immune to the fact that you are ‘a certain way’ and not skinny or obsessed with weight-loss. And we are so happy to know

  • Iago Aspas shines as Celta Vigo stun Barca 4-1 in La Liga clash

    London : Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas scored a brace to help his side thump defending champions Barcelona 4-1 in the La Liga clash. The Spaniard struck clinical finishes in either half before Manuel Nolito opened the scoring for Celta in the 26th minute against a substandard Barcelona side, the Guardian reported. Although Neymar pulled one back for Barca after 80 minutes, the Celta substitute John Guidetti extended the score line three minutes later. Meanwhile,

  • Must see Ganpati Pandals in Mumbai

    The city of Mumbai starts preparing for Ganesh Chaturthi quite ahead of time. The pandals where the idols are kept involve immense amount of planing and execution to make this festival happen with great splendor. From themes, to innovative decors, we bring to you the must see Ganpati Pandals in Mumbai.

  • AAP executive meet at Kejriwal’s house, Somnath issue on agenda

    New Delhi: A meeting of the Aam Aadmi Party’s national executive began at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence here on Thursday to discuss the internal matters of the party. Former Delhi law minister and party legislator Somnath Bharti’s case is also on the agenda, party sources said.

  • luis enrique

    Barcelona must learn from Celta defeat: Luis Enrique

    Vigo (Spain): Spanish football champions FC Barcelona’s coach Luis Enrique hopes his team will learn the lessons from their shock 1-4 defeat to Celta Vigo in La Liga.

  • Economy

    Sensex provisionally closes flat; IT stocks rise 

    Mumbai: Despite attractive valuations due to short coverings, a barometer index of the Indian equities provisionally closed flat. The barometer 30-scrip sensitive index (S&P Sensex) of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) gained only 39 points or 0.15 percent.

  • Jules Bianchi

    Formula 1 ‘too difficult’ to watch: Jules Bianchi’s father

    Suzuka (Japan): The father of late Formula 1 star Jules Bianchi said it is still “too difficult” to watch the sport, as the first anniversary of his son’s fatal crash at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix approaches.

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    ‘Angry Birds’ first trailer features anger management class

    Los Angeles: The first trailer of “The Angry Birds Movie”, a feature based on the mega-popular mobile game app, features some flightless birds with anger management problems. The 2-minute-37-second promo explains why the birds are so angry and shows how they control their rage, reported Aceshowbiz. The trailer gives first look of main character Red, voiced by Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad’s speedy Chuck, Danny McBride’s accident-prone and volatile Bomb and the presumably villainous

  • Sao Pele

    Sao Pele wouldn’t mind if Neymar breaks his Brazil goalscoring record

    Johannesburg : Brazil football great Pele has revealed that it would be ‘fantastic’ if compatriot Neymar breaks his all-time goal scoring record for the nation. Barcelona forward Neymar has scored 46 international goals so far and has a bright chance of eclipsing Pele’s record of 77. Pele, the three-time World Cup winner, said that coincidentally the 23-year-old is from Santos and that it would be fantastic if he could achieve the feat, Sport24 reported. Earlier

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    James Bond will be ‘White Male’: Pierce Brosnan

    London: Crushing Idris Elba’s hopes of playing an MI6 agent, Pierce Brosnan has made it clear that the next James Bond will be a white male. Brosnan said that he (James Bond) would be a male and he would be white. He also dismissed the character played by a woman, saying that the role has to be played by a male as Bond is all male and his name is James, Daily Express

  • Fire

    Fire Accidents Kill 54 Every Day, Yet Deaths Have Declined

    The death of at least 89 people in a massive explosion at a restaurant in Petlawad town in Madhya Pradesh’s Jhabua district spotlights the risk posed by fire accidents, which killed 113,961 people between 2010 and 2014. That means 54 people die every day, but injuries and deaths from fire accidents are consistently falling, the data indicate. The Madhya Pradesh blast was caused by the accidental detonation of gelatin sticks and other explosives