Free Press Journal
  • Sonakshi Sinha on date hunt for ‘Haseena’

    Mumbai : Sonakshi Sinha was compelled to come out of her Twitter hiatus to clear the air surrounding her project “Haseena” hitting a roadblock. The actress says she is trying to squeeze out time and dates to shoot for the film. The “Lootera” star, who also has Abhinay Deo’s “Force 2” up her sleeve, took to the micro-blogging site to share the update on the film, which is based on the life of

  • So You Want To Look Like A Star? 

    Tongue firmly in cheek, WENDELL RODRICKS lists the must-haves for every star wannabe – never mind that everyone ends up looking like clones of one another!

  • Wolfsburg rules out Rodriguez transfer to Real Madrid in Jan

    Wolfsburg (Germany): The sporting director of VFL Wolfsburg Klaus Allofs on Monday ruled out the possibility of an immediate transfer of Swiss footballer Ricardo Rodriguez from the German club to Spanish giants Real Madrid. Given the FIFA sanction banning the Spanish club from signing new players during the next two transfer windows, Real Madrid will likely have to sign Rodriguez in the ongoing January transfer window, reports Efe.

  • shatrugan sinha

    Shatrughan honest about ‘baharwali’ in biography

    Known for his candid remarks, actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha has not shied away from talking about his extramarital affair in his biography. “The book has the summary of my life from how I left home to study films at Pune, the struggle in film industry, and then the girls who came into my life – ‘gharwali’ (wife) came and then ‘baharwali’,” Sinha told PTI.

  • SRK, Honey Singh bury the hatchet? 

    YoYo Honey Singh became a rage in B-town after few of his singles started to make listeners go crazy. Soon enough his songs started to make its way to every single film in Bollywood including Shah Rukh Khan‘s Chennai Express. Now, we have to admit Lungi dance is wildly catchy and all of us have danced to its tunes.

  • Akshay Kumar

    Insulting to compare AIRLIFT with ARGO: Akshay

    Akshay Kumar’s upcoming “Airlift” shares the same genre as “Argo” but the superstar says it is an insult to his film when people compare it to the Oscar-winning Hollywood movie as the story is inspired by a real incident.

  • Gopal Rai

    Odd-even scheme will be repeated, says Delhi minister

    New Delhi,: The odd-even scheme to restrict the number of vehicles on the national capital’s roads will be repeated sometime in future, Delhi’s Transport Minister Gopal Rai said on Monday.

  • Sushma Swaraj meets Israel’s defence minister

    Jerusalem: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met Israel’s Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon on Monday, the second day of her visit to Israel. “Taking India Israel ties further. EAM @SushmaSwaraj meets with Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon in Jerusalem,” external affairs ministry spokesman Vikas Swarup tweeted.

  • Chris Martin thinks fasting improves his creativity

    London: Coldplay frontman Chris Martin fasts one day a week because he thinks it makes his music better. The 38-year-old singer said he opts not to eat once a week because it improves his levels of creativity.

  • Nepal PM says RTI is a fundamental feature of a democracy

    Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has said that the ‘Right to Information’ is a fundamental feature of democracy and would contribute to building a sound society. Oli said it is necessary to pay attention to the time and situation while implementing the right to information and disseminating it.

  • Power discoms inflated accounts, Delhi government tells SC

    New Delhi: The Delhi government on Monday alleged in the Supreme Court that the consumers in the capital were paying higher electricity tariff, as the balance sheets of the distribution companies (Discoms) were inflated.

  • Sharapova shines in first round match at Australian Open

    Melbourne: World No.5 Maria Sharapova shone in her first round match at the Australian Open tennis tournament, serving up a straight set singles victory over Japanese Nao Hibino here on Monday. There were question marks surrounding Sharapova’s health after she withdrew from her only lead-up event in Brisbane due to a left forearm injury suffered in practice, but there were no ill effects as the No.5-seeded Russian powered past Hibino in an

  • ISIS

    Govt has no clue yet about 4 Indians held in Syria

    New Delhi: Government has no clue yet about the identity of four Indian youths held in Syria for allegedly planning to join dreaded terror group ISIS but suspects that they might have been based in some Gulf countries from where they travelled to Damascus.

  • Pathankot attack: Pak to make info public after JIT probe

    Lahore: Pakistan will not make public any information on the probe into the Pathankot terror attack until the joint investigation team (JIT) completes its work,
    Law Minister of Punjab province Rana Sanaullah has said. Sanaullah said that a joint investigation team has been constituted to investigate the January 2 terrorist attack in

  • Gayle equals Yuvraj’s T20 world record with 12-ball 50

    Melbourne : West Indian Chris Gayle has smashed the joint-fastest 50 in the history of Twenty20 cricket, taking just 12 balls to reach the mark during a whirlwind knock for Melbourne Renegades against Adelaide Strikers in a Big Bash League (BBL) tournament here on Monday.

  • Gurdaspur SP Salwinder Singh

    Delhi court allows lie detector test on Punjab SP

    New Delhi: A court here on Monday allowed a National Investigation Agency (NIA) plea for a lie detector test on Punjab Police officer Salwinder Singh in connection with the attack at the air force base in Pathankot.

  • Jiah Khan case: Arguments against Suraj on Feb 12

    Mumbai: A special women’s court here will start hearing arguments from February 12 on framing of charges against Bollywood actor Suraj Pancholi who has been accused of abetting the suicide of model-actor Jiah Khan.

  • Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

    Cong hurting poor, weaker sections by stalling bills: Naqvi

    New Delhi: With a number of key bills stuck in Parliament, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today said Congress is hurting the poor and weaker sections by blocking the legislations because of its “negative” and “destructive” politics which he termed as the “biggest intolerance”.