Free Press Journal
  • Will not create unnecessary controversy on ‘Bigg Boss’: Yuvika Chaudhary

    Mumbai: Actress Yuvika Chaudhary says she will not rake up unnecessary controversies to get footage in the “Bigg Boss” house. Yuvika, who is among the 14 people participating in the ninth season of “Bigg Boss”, said she is a very homely girl and saying yes to the show was very difficult. “I am a very homely girl. It is a big decision for me to say yes to ‘Bigg Boss’. But I think

  • Don’t intend to be FIFA president: Pele

    Kolkata: Football king Pele on Monday said he had no intention to be the president of FIFA, even as he refused to answer queries about the crisis engulfing the world football governing body.

  • Depleted ATK up for a strong Kerala challenge

    Kolkata: Boosted by the presence of the legendary Pele, defending champions Atletico de Kolkata will look to open their home campaign on a winning note when they face Kerala Blasters FC in the Indian Super League (ISL) football tournament here tomorrow.

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    Justin Bieber previews new song, choreography on Instagram

    Los Angeles: Singer Justin Bieber has apparently shared on Instagram a preview of a new song off his upcoming album “Purpose”. Sharing a preview of what looks like a new song off the album, the Canadian pop-star on Sunday posted a video on Instagram featuring a brief snippet of the track, reports aceshowbiz.com.

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    Vin Diesel slams body-shamers

    Los Angeles: Actor Vin Diesel, who made headlines for showing off his round belly during his stay at a hotel in Miami earlier this month, shared a new photograph of himself flaunting six-pack abs.

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    Saina Nehwal and Co. starts campaign at Denmark Open

    Odense (Denmark): After skipping the Korea Open, World No. 1 Saina Nehwal will be back in action when she leads the Indian challenge at the Denmark Open and sharing some of the limelight in the USD 650,000 Super Series Premier event will be Ajay jayaram, who clinched the Dutch Open last evening.

  • AIFW Grand Finale promotes ‘Make in India’ through Banaras

    New Delhi: With the replica of the famous Ganga ghat of Banaras in the backdrop, Amazon India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 16 supported the ‘Make in India’ campaign in an unique way through their Grand Finale, titled ‘Born in Banaras’. The show, which had more to offer than just the visual treat of beautiful clothes, was brought together by 16 ace designers showcasing three creations each, focusing on the craft and weaving of Kashi.

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    Lionel Messi greatest in last 10 years: Pele

    Kolkata: Football legend Pele today termed Argentine forward Lionel Messi as the “best in last 10 years”, but also spoke highly of his fellow Brazilian Neymar and Portugal’s Ronaldo.

  • Not looking for film offers through ‘Bigg Boss’: Mandana

    Mumbai: Iranian girl Mandana Karimi, the foreign factor in “Bigg Boss Nau”, says she is not looking for a career push through the reality show. Karimi, who made her Bollywood debut with “Bhaag Johnny” this year, said she has her kitty full with interesting projects and her sole motive to be a part of the Salman Khan-hosted show is to connect with the Indian audience. “I don’t want a push to my career.

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    Shiv Sena attempting to ‘break’ India: Brinda Karat

    Chennai : Communist Party of India (Marxist) polit bureau member Brinda Karat on on Monday condemned the ink attack on ORF chairman Sudheendra Kulkarni and said this is competitive intolerance, communalism and politics not to ‘Make in India’ but break India. Karat also took a jibe at the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). “This is a reflection of the atmosphere of total intolerance which is being created by the RSS and its likeminded organisations and

  • BJP condemns ink attack on Sudheendra Kulkarni

    New Delhi : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sudesh Verma on Monday condemned the ink attack on ORF chairman Sudheendra Kulkarni and said that one should not be so intolerant. “We condemn this act. We should not be so intolerant. But we also need to see if it was official Shiv Sena’s line or whether the Shiv Sena distances itself from this act of vandalism,” he said. Kulkarni, who was attacked with ink hours

  • Smearing Kulkarni with paint is not right: Kiren Rijiju

    New Delhi: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju today disapproved of Shiv Sena activists smearing black paint on Sudheendra Kulkarni saying everyone has the freedom to protest but not physically harm anyone.

  • Condemn ink attack on Kulkarni, want good relations with India: Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri

    Mumbai : Condemning the ink attack on organiser Sudheendra Kulkarni by Shiv Sena, former Pakistan foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri on Monday said that he is not depressed by such events as he is aware that there are people in both the countries who do not want good relations between India and Pakistan.

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    Kulkarni ink attack: Mumbai Police lodges complaint against unknown persons

    Mumbai : The Mumbai Police on Monday lodged a complaint against unknown persons in connection with the ink attack on Sudheendra Kulkarni. Kulkarni was allegedly attacked by the Shiv Sena workers earlier today for refusing to back down from organising former Pakistan foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri ‘s book launch. Following the attack, Kulkarni announced that he has no intention of scrapping the book launch and will go ahead with the event. “The event is

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    Responsible media could be a boon to society – Neeraj Kabi

    Anand Gandhi’s Ship Of Theseus projected Neeraj Kabi as the ailing monk who won’t take medicines, and now in Meghna Gulzar’s Talvar, he plays father of the slain daughter. A trained actor and an acting teacher Neeraj explains to what makes his world go round.