Free Press Journal
  • India four wickets away from victory

    Nagpur: India struck decisive blows to inch closer to winning the match and the series on the third day of the third Test at the Vidarba Cricket Association (VCA) Stadium here on Friday.

  • Minister regrets remarks on Indira, Rajiv Gandhi

    New Delhi: Union minister Thaawar Chand Gehlot on Friday expressed regrets for saying that former prime ministers Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi were assassinated because of Congress’ “wrong policies”.

  • Clean comedy more appreciated than vulgarity: Johnny Lever 

    New Delhi: Trends come and go in the cinematic world, but the fact that clean humour and good comedy reign over “meaningless” entertainers has sustained over the years, says Bollywood’s beloved comedian and character actor Johnny Lever, who now simply skips “nonsense” films.

  • Need for unity between Hindus and Muslims: Guj Governor

    Jaipur: Admiring poet-saints of Bhakti movement for their rationality, Gujarat Governor O P Kohli today said these saints strongly hit out at the hypocrisy of Hindus as well as Muslims and felt the need for unity between the two religions which is also a necessity today. Kohli, who was addressing a national seminar on the works of poet-saints at Rajasthan University here, said Kabir and other saints in medieval era were very rational

  • Four minor boys held for raping teenage girl in Mumbai

    Mumbai: A teenage girl was allegedly gangraped by her friend and three other boys, with the crime coming to light after her aunt came across the video of the incident that they had circulated on WhatsApp. All the four accused who are minors have been taken into custody, DCP (Detection) Dhananjay Kulkarni said. They were later sent to a remand home.

  • Anju Bobby George to head Kerala Sports Council

    Thiruvananthapuram: One of the finest athletes India has produced, Anju Bobby George was on Friday selected as the president of the Kerala State Sports Council.

  • Bhansali has ‘Midas touch’: Shreya Ghoshal

    Mumbai, Nov 27 (PTI) Noted playback singer Shreya Ghoshal feels that filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali has a “Midas touch” and he does not believe in doing things the simple way. “It is a dream come true to be a part of Sanjay Leela Bhansali film. He has a Midas touch. He doesn’t do anything that is ordinary. I was excited when this offer (‘Bajirao Mastani’) came to me,” Shreya told PTI in

  • Ashton Eaton, Genzebe Dibaba named 2015’s World Athletes of Year

    Monaco: Decathlete Ashton Eaton of the US and Ethiopia’s 1,500 metres world champion Genzebe Dibaba have been named the men’s and women’s World Athletes of the Year for 2015, the sport’s world governing body IAAF has announced.

  • Bipasha Basu suffers face burns

    New Delhi: It was a styling mishap for Bipasha Basu as her hair stylist dropped a hair tong on her, due to which she had to suffer burns on her face and hands.

  • ‘Dilwale’ has a lot of twists, turns: Varun Dhawan

    Mumbai: Actor Varun Dhawan says Rohit Shetty’s directorial “Dilwale” has all the ingredients of a commercial Bollywood potboiler, but it also has an intense and emotional element with twists and turns.

  • Jubilant Barcelona eye another successful La Liga round

    Barcelona: After thrashing Real Madrid 4-0 La Liga and destroying AS Roma 6-1 in a home Champions League game, FC Barcelona intends to take advantage of its happy group to seek another big win against Real Sociedad on Saturday in the domestic competition.

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    There were CGI errors in ‘Baahubali: Cinematographer

    Panaji: “Baahubali: The Beginning” may have become a huge box office success and earned praises for the use of VFX, but its cinematographer K K Senthil Kumar says he was disappointed with CGI errors which made many scenes look fake. The first part of the epic film directed by S S Rajamouli starred Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Tamannaah and Anushka Shetty in lead roles.

  • Mishra dismisses Hashim Amla, Du Plessis as India inch closer to win

    Nagpur: Leg-spinner Amit Mishra struck twin blows to remove the dogged duo of Hashim Amla and Faf Du Plessis as India moved a step closer towards series victory restricting South Africa to 151 for six at tea on the third day of the third cricket Test, here today.

  • Coulter-Nile suspended for one Sheffield Shield match

    Perth: Cricket Australia (CA) on Friday suspended fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile from Western Australia’s (WA) Sheffield Shield match against Victoria, starting at the WACA here on Friday.

  • Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert

    Lambert breaks silence on divorce from Shelton

    Los Angeles: Singer Miranda Lambert finds marriage a tough business, and said she and Blake Shelton gave it their “best college try”. The 32-year-old country star talked about their break-up in an interview with Cosmopolitan, reports eonline.com.