Free Press Journal
  • sanjay leela bhansali

    Bhansali to launch Vinod Khanna’s son in Bollywood

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali who is basking in the glory of his recently released film “Bajirao Mastani” is all set to launch veteran actor Vinod Khanna’s son Sakshi.

  • Gold

    Gold holds gain for December, silver advances

    London: Gold was little changed, holding a gain for December amid light trading. Silver prices also rose. Gold rose 0.1 percent to $1,069.80 an ounce, while silver up 0.4 percent to $13.99 an ounce.

  • DDCA will cooperate with inquiry if it gets clearance

    New Delhi: Asserting that DDCA is clean and has no problems with any inquiry, vice-president Chetan Chauhan today said the state cricket association is ready to be probed by the AAP regime if it gets the clearance from the central government.

  • TN Muslim organisation’s fatwa against Patanjali products

    Chennai: A Tamil Nadu based Muslim organisation has issued a ‘fatwa’ against Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali products made by using cow urine, saying their use was considered ‘haram’ (forbidden) in Islam.

  • Jawan remanded to 4 days PC in connection with gangrape

    Howrah (WB): The army jawan, who was arrested in connection with the alleged gangrape of a teenager inside a compartment of moving Howrah-Amritsar Express, has been remanded to police custody for four days by a local court today.

  • Jayalalithaa

    Jaya allots houses for people who lost homes in deluge

    Chennai: Setting in motion the process of resettling people who had lost their hutments in areas, including the banks of River Adyar here in recent floods, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today issued orders allotting houses for them.

  • Jamia convocation on Jan 19, Modi unable to attend

    New Delhi: Scientist Goverdhan Mehta will be the chief guest at the annual convocation of Jamia Millia Islamia on January 19 as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed his inability to preside over the event due to time constraints.

  • reliance

    Reliance MF ups stake to 8% in Indian Hotels

    New Delhi: Reliance Mutual Fund has hiked stake in Tatas-run Indian Hotels to nearly 8 per cent, making the hospitality sector another key area with significant investments by the two Ambani groups.

  • Silver

    Silver rises Rs 166 per kg in futures trade

    New Delhi: Silver prices edged higher by Rs.166 to Rs.33,617 per kg in futures trading today as speculators created fresh positions amid white metal strengthened overseas.

  • PVR to add up to 70 screens in 2016

    Bengaluru: Continuing with its aggressive expansion plans, Multiplex major PVR Limited today said it plans to add around 65-70 screens in the next one year.

  • Axar Patel

    In-form Axar not bothered by competition from Jadeja

    New Delhi: In-form Axar Patel feels fully ready for his second tour of Australia and is not losing sleep over the close competition between him and Ravindra Jadeja for the number one left-arm spinner’s role in the five ODIs Down Under.

  • Bharti Airtel launches Wynk Games

    New Delhi: After the success of music and movie streaming businesses, Bharti Airtel today announced the beta launch of ‘Wynk Games’ with a library of over 2,000 global and local games.

  • fuel

    China to give additional 1.4 mn litre fuel to Nepal

    Kathmandu: The Chinese government has agreed to provide 1.4 million litres of fuel worth 10 million yuan to Nepal as a grant, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Kamal Thapa said here on Tuesday.

  • United Nations

    ‘Pakistan is China’s only all-weather strategic partner’

    Beijing: Pakistan is the only all-weather partner of China and the bilateral relationship which is based on similar strategic and security interests is a model to follow, an article in a state-run Chinese daily said today.

  • Lionel Messi returns to training for Barcelona

    Barcelona: Football star Lionel Messi returned to Barcelona’s group training along with his teammates in preparation for Wednesday’s clash against Real Betis in La Liga.

  • Ma Ying-jeou

    Taiwan urges Japan apology on ‘comfort women’ after Korea deal

    Taipei: Taiwan called on Japan today to apologise and compensate the island’s wartime sex slaves after Tokyo and Seoul reached an agreement on the emotive issue. Japan offered a “heartfelt apology” and a one-billion yen (USD 8.3 million) payment to the South Koreans, euphemistically known as “comfort women”, who were forced into Japanese military brothels during World War II.

  • Question yourself to stick to New Year’s resolution

    Washington: Will you stick to your New Year’s resolution? Posing a ‘simple yes or no’ question to yourself, rather than making statements, may help you better stick to it through the year, according to a new study.

  • dadri incident

    SP, BJP have tacit understanding: BSP

    Lucknow : Charging ruling Samajwadi Party with being hand in glove with BJP in spoiling communal amity in Uttar Pradesh, Opposition BSP today blamed the state government for not collecting the forensic report in the Dadri lynching case as it will “expose” these parties.