Free Press Journal
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    Sidharth Malhotra, Katrina Kaif to groove to the remake of 90s Punjabi pop song

    The fresh pairing of Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif has triggered a lot of curiosity since the announcement of Nitya Mehra’s directorial debut Baar Baar Dekho. The romantic tale that travels through time definitely will be filled with songs which is a must have for Bollywood love stories. And this film will make us nostalgic by reviving the popular 90s Punjabi club number ‘Tenu Kala Chashma’.

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    Salman Khan is boring, says Anurag Basu

    It looks like Anurag Basu decided to carry his loyalty to pal Ranbir Kapoor way too far. At a recent press event, Anurag said he would rather work with ‘risky’ Ranbir Kapoor rather than Salman because he found Salman ‘boring’.

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    Bajirao Mastani to be dubbed in Telugu and Tamil, Bhansali overjoyed

    After Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, it’s time for another purported magnum opus to spread its wings into the regional market. Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s historical Bajirao Mastani about the life, love and battles of the Maratha warrior Peshwa Bajirao will be dubbed into Tamil and Telugu.

  • AI passengers stranded in Hyderabad airport for six hours

    Hyderabad: Passengers of an Air India flight were stranded at the airport here for more than six hours after the carrier failed to get landing clearance in Bengaluru due to “bad weather” and thereafter had to deploy new set of pilots.

  • Tibetans in exile live on borrowed nostalgia: Poets

    New Delhi: Tibetan poets living in India believe that the second generation is surviving on “borrowed memories” of their homeland even as some consider their residence here as ‘Bardo’ – the period of the afterlife that lies in between two different incarnations. “My parents who came from Tibet, they have the memories of Tibet and live in nostalgia. They are old today and are increasingly losing hope that they may not be able

  • Kashmir Valley reels under sub zero temperature

    Srinagar:Entire Kashmir Valley reeled under cold wave as mercury dipped below freezing point in most parts of the region including the state’s summer capital today. The minimum temperature in Srinagar was recorded at a low of minus 0.5 degrees Celsius.


    Dakar Rally to be held in Bolivia for third time

    La Paz (Bolivia): Bolivia’s President Evo Morales has officially announced that the Dakar Rally – the world’s toughest cross-country race – will be held in Bolivian territory next January for the third time.

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    ‘Injured’ Starc not to bowl further in Adelaide Test

    Sydney: Australia paceman Mitchell Starc will not be seen bowling again in the historic day and night Test in Adelaide against New Zealand after scans confirmed an early stage fracture in his right foot.

  • Rooney not in form to replace ‘striker’ Martial

    London: Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has refused to accept former footballer Roy Keane’s criticism over Wayne Rooney, but admitted that his captain is not playing well enough to take striker’s position of Anthony Martial.

  • Pakistan ready for talks with India without preconditions: Sharif

    Valletta (Malta): Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said for sustainable peace, Pakistan is ready for dialogue with India without preconditions, Geo News reported. He also said Pakistan intends to maintain friendly relations with all its neighbours, including India and Afghanistan. Sharif stated this when he met British Premier David Cameron on the sidelines of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in the Maltese capital on Friday.


    Thousands march on climate change in Manila, Brisbane

    Manila: Thousands turned out for climate change marches in Manila and Brisbane today, part of a weekend of action across the globe to demand results from next week’s historic Paris summit. Religious clergy, students and activists marched through the Philippine capital calling for curbs on emissions to mute the impact of climate change, which is blamed for a spike in typhoons and extreme weather that has wreaked havoc on the nation.

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    Fissures in Congress over Farooq Abdullah’s ‘PoK’ statement

    New Delhi: In what may give new ammunition to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) under pressure over the passage of the Goods and Service Tax (GST) Bill, contradictory views emerged from the opposition Congress on former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah’s controversial statement on Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).

  • Congress slams ‘arrogant’ BJP over Vij’s spat with lady officer

    Bhopal/Lucknow: Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh on Saturday condemned Haryana’s Health Minister Anil Vij’s public argument with a lady IPS officer and said it shows the arrogance of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). “This shows the arrogance of the BJP. If their arrogance is not checked, this will continue,” Singh told ANI in Bhopal.

  • Ker Police tightens the noose on public smokers; 47,282 fined

    Thiruvananthapuram: With Kerala police tightening action against smoking in public, 47,282 persons have been fined during July-September quarter in the state for violating the no-public smoking provision of the Indian tobacco control law- COTPA, 2003.

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    Ustad Zakir Hussain to grace IFFK opening ceremony

    Thiruvananthapuram: The opening ceremony of the 20th edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala will resonate to the pulsating sounds of Tabala wizard Ustad Zakir Hussain’s percussive style. Hussain, the Guest of Honour at the festival’s curtain-raiser on December 4, will serenade the audience at Nishagandhi auditorium with his extensive repertoire of ‘uthan’, ‘qaida’ and ‘rela’, among other compositions.

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    AAP’s Lokpal ‘mahajokepal’, Bhushan tears into Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan today accused Arvind Kejriwal of playing the “biggest fraud” on people by diluting the provisions of the Jan Lokpal draft of the Anna movement while Shanti Bhushan demanded the Delhi Chief Minister’s resignation.

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    New Indo-Israeli long-range surface-to-air missile successfully tested

    Mumbai: India’s first long-range surface-to-air missile (LRSAM) -designated Barak 8 – jointly designed and developed by Israel’s IAI and India’s DRDO has been successfully flight tested from an Israeli naval Platform, an official said here on Saturday.

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    RBI Gov meets Jaitley ahead of monetary policy review

    New Delhi: Ahead of the monetary policy review next week, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to discuss issues related to the monetary policy.