Free Press Journal
  • akshay kumar

    Airlift shows once again that Akshay Kumar is one of the most versatile star-actors around

    With exactly two months to go for the release of Airlift, the film is doing all the right talking. Its terrific promo has pretty much worked across all segments of the audience – those who like their films to be classy and those who want their quota of entertainment on the big screen. Now if reactions gathered from the week gone by is any indication, it is pretty much set to happen for

  • Lalu ‘pulled and hugged’ me at Nitish oath: Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi : The image of him embracing Lalu Prasad Yadav having gone viral, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today sought to defend his anti-graft credentials saying it was the RJD chief who “pulled and hugged him”, and it did not amount to an “alliance”.

  • rahul bhatt

    I have nothing to do with Headley anymore – Rahul Bhatt

    There are rumours doing the rounds that Rahul Bhatt who has been handling the physical training of Aamir Khan for Dangal would not be able to travel to the US for further training with the superstar, as he, Rahul, faced visa issues.

  • Talibanisation Of Censorship must come to an end

    “Interpole ka pole, Mera haath Jagannath, din mein sister raat mein bistar are the portions that have been removed from Tamasha as they were a little non-veg and have been rightly censored,” said Ranbir Kapoor in a video interview recently. With a movie up for release, the biggest of actors and filmmakers are willing to placate the ruthless scissors of Censor Board and compromise upon their right to freedom of expression. I don’t

  • Mamata Banerjee invites Kejriwal, Nitish for biz summit in January

    Kolkata: In yet another indication of growing bonhomie among politicians opposed to the Bharatuya Janata Party in the country, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has invited her Bihar and Delhi counterparts Nitish Kumar and Arvind Kejriwal for an forthcoming business summit.

  • No interference in inquiry, we have a strong case: Haryana government

    Ambala (Haryana): A day after Robert Vadra alleged that he was being subjected to a “political witch- hunt”, Haryana government today said that there is no interference from its side in the inquiry into the land deals linked to him and that it has a strong case.

  • Myanmar mine landslide toll tops 100

    Yangon: Rescuers were searching for victims of a huge mine landslide in northern Myanmar today as the toll topped 100 in a disaster highlighting the perils of the country’s secretive billion-dollar jade trade.

  • Mauricio Macri wins Argentina presidency

    Buenos Aires: Conservative Party’s Mauricio Macri — a votary of free market — won the presidential elections in Argentina.

  • Two-day Megacity Security Conference begins in Mumbai

    Mumbai: A two-day long Megacity Security Conference by the US Consulate General, Mumbai in collaboration with the South Asia Centre of Atlantic Council, Washington DC and India Foundation, began here today.

  • Mali hotel attack aimed at disrupting peace talks, say separatists

    Johannesburg : The attack on Radisson Blu hotel in Mali that killed at least 19 people was an attempt to disrupt the already fragile peace process between separatists and the government that was meant to stabilise the country’s volatile north, a representative of northern separatist groups said.

  • Cancelled SEZs in Maharashtra will have to return govt land

    Mumbai: Cancelled Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in Maharashtra will have to return the Revenue department land they have acquired, but they can keep the land bought from farmers, officials said.

  • Explosion reported at Japan’s controversial Yasukuni shrine

    Tokyo: Japanese media are reporting an explosion in a public restroom at Tokyo’s controversial Yasukuni shrine, which enshrines Japan’s war dead, including those executed as war criminals. No one was injured.

  • India, Malaysia sign cyber security, infrastructure accords

    Kuala Lumpur : India and Malaysia signed three agreements on cyber security, cultural exchange and infrastructure development on Monday, the third day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to this southeast Asian nation.

  • Gaza rocket hits Israel: army

    Jerusalem: A rocket fired by Palestinians in the Gaza Strip hit an open field in southern Israel today, the israeli army said in a statement. “No injuries have been reported,” it added.