Free Press Journal
  • Sena reminds PM of Godhra, BJP to discuss ties with ally tomorrow

    Mumbai: Amid the widening chasm with BJP, Shiv Sena today termed as “unfortunate” Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comments on cancellation of Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali’s concert in Mumbai, reminding him of post-Godhra Gujarat riots when he was chief minister for which “he is known”. Meanwhile, BJP has called a meeting of its ministers and functionaries in Mumbai tomorrow where the worsening ties between the two parties are likely to come up for discussion.

  • Shahrukh Khan with Kajol

    Kajol and I ‘worst best’ dancers in the world, says SRK

    Hyderabad: Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol are known as one of the best on screen couples in Bollywood. But the superstar has an “honest confession” to make — the duo, who have grooved to hit numbers like “Suraj hua madham” and “Tujhe dekha to”, are the “worst best dancers in the world”.

  • Priyanka Chopra

    Priyanka Chopra nominated for People’s Choice Awards

    Los Angeles: Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, who made her international TV debut with “Quantico”, has earned a nomination for People’s Choice Awards’ Favourite Actress In A New TV Series for the American thriller series.

  • Chose ‘Talvar’ for Irrfan and Vishal Bharadwaj: Sohum Shah

    Mumbai: Sohum Shah has received rave reviews for his performance in “Talvar” and the actor says it was the opportunity to work with Irrfan Khan and Vishal Bharadwaj which compelled him to do the movie. Sohum, who plays ACP Vedant Mishra in the Meghna Gulzar-directed crime-thriller, was all praise for Bharadwaj’s script and Irrfan’s acting.

  • How Rishi Kapoor fell in love with Neetu Singh

    Mumbai: Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who has been married to actress Neetu Singh for over 35 years now, will share the secret about how he fell in love with her while appearing on veteran actor Anupam Kher’s TV show. Rishi, who has son Ranbir Kapoor and daughter Riddhima Kapoor with Neetu, will be seen on “The Anupam Kher Show – Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai”, where he will talk about the shooting days

  • Shahid Kapoor - Mira Rajput

    The fact that Mira and I are different works for us: Shahid

    Mumbai: Shahid Kapoor comes from a film family while his wife Mira is new to the world of glamour but he feels this difference works better for them. “I think the fact that we are different works for us. It is a nice thing that we are different from each other. But at the same time we are good at communication, we get along well,” Shahid said in an interview here.

  • RSS targets Shiv Sena, says `people can’t take law for granted`

    Nagpur : In an indirect attack on the Shiv Sena over the black paint attack on Sudheendra Kulkarni, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) ideologue M.G. Vaidya on Wednesday said that people have the right to complain or protest but they cannot take the law for granted.

  • Adilabad

    Assimilate the tranquility of Adilabad

    We must have heard that all good things come in small packages. Well, the state of Telangana is somewhat in a similar position when we talk about its tourism. This newly formed state has some magnificent places to explore. Adilabad is one of the many gems Telangana proudly exhibits. From wildlife to waterfalls, it is an adventurous ground for travel enthusiasts. All of this encompassed with its royal history is what drives us

  • FCRA violation case: SC sends notice to Teesta on CBI’s plea

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Wednesday sent a notice to activist Teesta Setalwad after the CBI pleaded for the cancellation of her bail, granted by Bombay High Court in a case of alleged FCRA violation by misusing foreign funds received by them and posing a threat to communal harmony. The hearing of the case will take place on December 1. The CBI has sought cancellation of their anticipatory bail claiming that the

  • Tianjin to relocate dangerous chemicals companies

    Beijing: Companies that handle dangerous chemicals in China will be moved to Tianjin Nangang Industrial Zone following the August 12 deadly warehouse explosion that killed at least 165 people, local authorities said on Wednesday. The government of Binhai New Area in Tianjin city has launched a series of measures to promote the development of the area, including relocating companies that handle dangerous chemicals or goods, Xinhua news ahency reported. Located in the

  • Burundi troops

    Six killed in Burundi clashes: police

    Nairobi: At least six people were killed in clashes in Burundi’s capital today, police said, the latest violence since President Pierre Nkurunziza won a third term in power.

  • dabhol power project

    58% Gas-Price Drop Offers India Power Boost

    The Dabhol Power Project–once a showcase of foreign investment and state-of-the-art technology–owes Rs 8,500 crore to a group of banks including IDBI Bank, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank and Canara Bank, and has been idle since 2013 on India’s Konkan coast, 160 km south of Mumbai.

  • Nick Kyrgios

    Bad Boy Kyrgios fined for foul-mouthed outburst at Shanghai Masters

    Johannesburg : Controversial Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios has been fined 1500 dollars for a foul-mouthed outburst during his match against Andreas Haider-Maurer in the first round of the Shanghai Masters. According to Sport24, Kyrgios could also face a four-match ban. Criticizing the Shanghai Masters surface as ‘crazy’, the Australian bad boy also blamed a cameraman for talking during the middle of the match. Kyrgios was earlier suspended and fined by the ATP for an

  • Turkey win to earn Euro 2016 qualification

    Selcuklu (Turkey): Selcuk Inan’s superb late free kick gave Turkey a dramatic win over Iceland, meaning they can celebrate Euro 2016 football qualification as the best third-placed team.

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    India will be favourites at World T20 next year: Brian Lara

    Hyderabad: Its recent results have been mixed at best but the Indian cricket team will be among the strongest contenders when the country hosts next year’s World Twenty20 Championships, feels West Indian batting legend Brian Lara.

  • India have improved a lot in 10-15 years: ICC CEO David Richardson

    Mumbai: International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive officer David Richardson said on Wednesday that India should feel proud of the way they have improved their standards both on and off the field over the last 10 to 15 years.

  • Argentina held 0-0 by Paraguay

    Asuncion (Paraguay): South American heavyweight Argentina were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw by hosts Paraguay in a 2018 World Cup qualifying match. Argentina struggled without their talismanic forward Lionel Messi here on Tuesday. The 2014 World Cup finalists now have just one point after two matches. They lost their opening qualifying match 0-2 against Ecuador. Argentina’s attack was toothless without captain Messi as well as injured forward Sergio Aguero. Their replacements Angel Di

  • Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Voices not raised after Emergency, Muzaffarnagar: Ravi Shankar Prasad

    New Delhi: Union Minsiter Ravi Shankar Prasad today questioned eminent writers for returning awards to protest against Kannada author Kalburgi’s murder and Dadri lynching, telling them that such voices were “not heard” after incidents like Emergency and Muzaffarnagar riots.

  • Iker Casillas

    Goalkeeper Iker Casillas shoots Porto shirt sales by 10 percent

    Lisbon: The signing of iconic Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas by FC Porto led to a growth in the value of the Portuguese football club’s trademark, with shirt sales soaring by more than 10 percent, according to estimates released by the sports daily O Jogo.

  • Shooter Manavjit Sandhu says he’s under pressure ahead of World Cup Final

    New Delhi : Indian trap shooter Manavjit Singh Sandhu has admitted that he is under immense pressure ahead of his ISSF Shotgun World Cup Final, starting from October 15 in Nicosia, Cyprus. Besides Sandhu, Glasgow Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Mohammad Asab has been qualified to represent India at Cyprus. Emphasizing on maximizing the participation in Olympics, Sandhu said greater participation would help to bring more medals to the country. The three-time Olympian admitted that good