Free Press Journal
  • Funky food in cool comforts

    The Bar Terminal if packed with surprises on all fronts, says GITA HARI.

  • Different shades of Irrfan Khan​

    Actor Irrfan Khan, ​who recently turned 49​, has gone through some major transformations on his looks for different films.​ The actor​​​ has not let his versatility limited to his acting, he has appeared in various different roles in different looks, making it look more real​ and natural.​ Let’s take a look at Irrfan’s some major roles for which he transformed his look:

  • RANGOON, The power of three

    An intense love story set in the 1940’s, Rangoon will bring together the work of Bollywood’s finest talent in one of the most ambitious projects ever made. Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, Vishal Bhardwaj and Viacom18 Motion Pictures the film stars national award winners Kangana Ranaut, Saif Ali Khan and the versatile Shahid Kapoor in an epic romantic drama with never seen before action. Set to release in 2016, the film is backed by the soul stirring symphonies of Vishal Bhardwaj.

  • “I’m not listening to anyone now!”

    Healthy eating is on the anvil but so is vrooming on motorbikes – Mommy Singh please adjust! RANVEER SINGH reveals his 2016 game-plan to PRATISHTHA MALHOTRA.

  • Sania-Martina clinch Brisbane International title

    Brisbane : The world’s top women tennis pair of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis started the New Year on a brilliant note by clinching the women’s doubles title of the $1 million Brisbane International at the Queensland Tennis Centre here on Saturday.

  • The Conjuring 2 – Official Teaser Trailer [HD]

    The supernatural thriller brings to the screen another real case from the files of renowned demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. Reprising their roles, Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson star as Lorraine and Ed Warren, who, in one of their most terrifying paranormal investigations, travel to north London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by malicious spirits.

  • BCCI subverting Lodha panel recommendations, alleges Verma

    New Delh: The unrecognised Cricket Association of Bihar has questioned the BCCI’s move to meet president of the rival Bihar Cricket Association, claiming that it’s an “attempt to subvert the recommendations of the Lodha Committee”. The Supreme Court-appointed Lodha Committee last week recommended sweeping reforms and an administrative shake-up for the BCCI by suggesting that ministers be barred from occupying positions, a cap put on the age and tenure of the office-bearers and legalisation of betting.

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    The elite alumni associations of India

    VIKAS GUPTA writes about how powerful alumni associations have become in India and what they are doing for the alumnus and the country as a whole.

  • Hundreds of French mosques open their doors to the public

    Paris: Hundreds of French mosques are participating in a major open-house event this weekend, offering visitors the opportunity to come in for tea and a chat about Islam in a country shaken by jihadist attacks. Organised by the country’s leading Muslim body, the French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM), it aims to stimulate dialogue about Islam and create a greater sense of “national cohesion”, a year after 17 people were killed in jihadist attacks in Paris targeting satirical

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    Akshay Kumar to appear on ‘India’s Best Dramebaaz’

    Mumbai: Actor Akshay Kumar will be seen promoting his forthcoming reality drama film “Airlift” in the TV show “India’s Best Dramebaaz”. “On the sets of @ZeeTV’s India’s Best Dramebaaz today (Saturday),enjoying all the #dramebaazi! These kids will #Airlift your mood! @AirliftFilm #IBD,” Akshay posted on Twitter on Saturday.

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    Karan Johar summoned for ‘vulgar’ comments on AIB roast

    Mumbai: Bollywood director Karan Johar has been summoned by city police to record his statement for allegedly passing obscene comments at the controversial AIB Knockout roast comedy show held in December 2014, police said today. “Karan Johar has been summoned and asked to record his statement in connection with the comments he made during the AIB roast event,” a senior police officer said. The summons had been issued to Johar three weeks ago, he added.

  • Thief fed 48 bananas to excrete stolen gold chain!

    Mumbai: The police here force-fed four dozen bananas to a chain-snatcher to recover a stolen gold chain he had swallowed to escape public wrath, an officer said here on Saturday.

  • Bhuvneshwar replaces injured Shami for Australia ODI series

    Perth: Indian pacer Mohammed Shami has been ruled of the upcoming ODI series against Australia due to hamstring injury. Confirming the news, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said in a statement that Shami, who suffered a Grade II injury to his left hamstring, would be sidelined from the game for four to six weeks, ESPN cricinfo reported.

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    Maha FM advises corporates to work in districts with low HDI

    Mumbai:Maharashtra Finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar today advised the corporates to work in districts with low Human Development Index (HDI), a move that will help accelerate development of Maharashtra.


    Mumbai college girl falls into sea while clicking selfie

    Mumbai: A college girl who fell into the swirling Arabian Sea while clicking a selfie off a rocky beach here on Saturday was untraced as well as a youth who plunged into the water to save her, police said.

  • Ashraf Pahlavi, twin sister of last Iran shah, dead at 96

    New York: Princess Ashraf Pahlavi, the twin sister of the last shah of Iran and a controversial trailblazer for women’s rights, has died aged 96. Princess Ashraf, who played a key role in domestic and international politics, died at her home in Europe on Thursday, advisor Robert Armao said yesterday. She was widely regarded as a talented diplomat and headed the Iranian delegation to the United Nations General Assembly for more than a decade.

  • Artistic creativity, freedom should not be curtailed: Jaitley

    Mumbai: Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley said here on Saturday that there is a need to ensure that artistic creativity and freedom should never get curtailed while certifying films and documentaries.