Free Press Journal
  • Jim Carrey`s first appearance at Globes after his beau`s demise

    Washington, D.C : Jim Carrey is back to limelight and made his first official public appearance at the 2016 Golden Globes since the shocking suicide of his girlfriend Cathriona White in September.

  • Sylvester Stallone`s thank-you speech brought him trouble

    Washington, D.C : Sylvester Stallone’s speech for ‘best performance in a supporting role in a motion picture’ at the Golden Globes brought him under real trouble as he missed to thank a big one or two.

  • Car sales up for 14th straight month, surges 13% in Dec

    New Delhi: Rising for the 14th straight month, car sales in the country surged by 12.87 per cent in December as customers were induced by the auto industry into buying new vehicles by offering record discounts. According to the data released by Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), domestic car sales in December stood at 1,72,671 units compared with 1,52,986 units in December 2014.

  • I’ve let the boys know about Sran: Steve Smith

    Perth: He may be an unknown entity in international cricket but Barinder Sran is not quite unfamiliar to Australian captain Steve Smith, who says the rookie pacer has impressive variations in his armoury and was discussed in the dressing room.

  • Rock legend David Bowie dead

    London: Rock legend David Bowie passed away at the age of 69, confirmed his son.

  • UK man orders Kindle ebook reader, but receives tumour sample

    London: In a bizzare incident, a sample from a California cancer patient’s tumour was mistakenly delivered to a man in the UK who had ordered a Kindle electronic book reader. James Potten, 37, after opening the FedEx package discovered a box marked “patient tumor – specimen enclosed”.

  • Peter Mukerjea’s judicial custody extended till Jan. 25

    New Delhi: The judicial custody of former media honcho Peter Mukherjea, who was arrested in connection with the Sheena Bora murder, has been extended till January 25th.

  • US ship detention case: 35 foreign nationals sentenced to prison

    Tuticorin (Tamil Nadu): A District Court in Tuticorin on Monday sentenced thirty five foreign nationals to five years imprisonment in a case related to the detention of a US ship by the Indian Coast Guard ship ‘Naikidevi’ on charges of trespassing into Indian waters and possessing weapons in 2013.

  • Arjun Kapoor

    Half Gilrfriend: Ajun Kapoor is getting into the Bihari mode

    Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon were the original choice to play lead in Half Girlfriend. It is now confirmed that Arjun Kapoor and Shradha Kapoor are doing the film to be produced by Ekta Kapoor and directed by Mohit Suri.

  • Whoever gives India pain, should be paid in same coin: Parrikar

    New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today asserted that any individual or organisation causing pain to India should be paid back in the same coin but how, when and where “should be of our choice”, remarks which come in the backdrop of the Pathankot terror attack.

  • 3D printed human organ models to get cheaper

    Tokyo: Japanese researchers have developed a new technology that can cut the cost of producing 3D printed human organ models by a third.

  • CBFC recommends 150 cuts in Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 for A certificate

    A while back the trailer of the upcoming sex comedy Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 that released online made headlines for its overtly raunchy content. In fact the trailer that was certainly noticed by everyone due to its jaw dropping adult sequences fast became a hot topic of discussion with many people questioning the ethics of making such films. Well now we hear that the makers of the film Balaji Motion Pictures

  • Sony partners ESPN to launch 2 sports channels

    Mumbai: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) today announced the launch of two sports channels in partnership with ESPN, which is making a comeback in India. The two channels, SONY ESPN and SONY ESPN HD, will go live on January 17.

  • At minus 15 degrees, Kargil coldest town in Kashmir 

    Srinagar: At a bone-chilling minus 15.2 degrees Celsius, Kargil was the coldest town in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday. “This is the lowest recorded in any town so far this season,” an official of the meteorological department here told IANS.

  • 2016 Censor board sheds Sanksari image, trans-gender film Danish Girl passed without cuts

    The Censor Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) is determined to shed its over sanskaari image this year. Winds of liberal change are blowing across the CBFC. And one of the first beneficiaries of the change is the highly acclaimed trans-gender film The Danish Girl featuring the very talented Eddie Redmayne as the real-life Danish artiste who underwent a sex change with his wife’s support and encouragement.

  • Sonakshi

    Sonakshi Sinha goes from Radha to Rapper with Ishqholic

    Over the weekend gone by, ‘1 Year of Tevar’ was trending on social media. This was also the time back in 2015 when Sonakshi Sinha was grooving to the tune of semi-classical ‘Radha’. She showed her ‘desi’ moves back then and impressed quite a few with her dance moves.

  • India, China have long history of cultural exchanges: SAPPRFT

    New Delhi: State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT), People’s Republic of China has said that China and India have a long history of cultural exchanges adding that Chinese and Indian publishers have made a great contribution to the communication between two countries.