Free Press Journal
  • Local boys of Banaras used to pass a lot of comments, says Nidhi Subbaiah on Direct Ishq

    ”Direct Ishq” hits the screens today. The film would also bring back Nidhi Subbaiah on screen, the leading lady who had impressed in ”Ajab Ghazab Love” (2012), her debut film as a leading lady in Bollywood. A popular name down South, this Mysore girl is known for her bubby and vivacious appeal. Now the same is expected to be the case in Banaras set ”Direct Ishq” as well, which has

  • Kanhaiya Kumar

    Trains stopped in Bihar seeking Kanhaiya’s release

    Patna – Hundreds of students forcibly stopped nearly half a dozen trains in Bihar on Friday demanding the immediate release of JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar, arrested in Delhi on charges of sedition.

  • Volvo V90 Estate unveiled ahead of 2016 Geneva Motor Show

    Stockholm(Sweden): Volvo V90 Estate has been unveiled at a private event in Stockholm, Sweden. It is the company’s newest vehicle with support for Apple’s in-dash iPhone CarPlay feature. Based on the company’s specially designed, fully modular Scalable Product Architecture (SPA), Volvo V90 Estate is at top of the 90 series and is positioned along with XC90 SUV and S90 premium sedan.

  • Kamal Haasan

    ‘Hey Ram’ turns 16, Kamal Haasan touched

    Chennai: Kamal Haasan feels nostalgic as his 2000 period crime drama “Hey Ram”, also starring Shah Rukh Khan, has turns 16 today.

  • Smugglers Arrested

    Three terrorists captured in Kabul

    Kabul: At least three terrorists have been captured in Kabul, the Afghan intelligence agency said on Friday.

  • New NASA telescope to unravel dark energy, alien life

    Washington: In a fresh attempt to unlock the secrets of the universe, NASA has announced to build a new, wider telescope that will have a view 100 times bigger than that of Hubble Space Telescope. Called the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST), it will help researchers unravel the secrets of dark energy and dark matter and explore the evolution of the universe. Slated to be launched in the mid-2020s, the observatory

  • Hillary Clinton

    Clinton slides behind Sanders in national polls

    Washington: Democratic presidential front runner Hillary Clinton’s popularity appears to be dropping nationally while her primary rival Bernie Sanders gained a slight lead for the first time, according to a latest national poll.

  • salman-khan-verdict

    Salman case: SC sends notice to Khan on Maha’s appeal

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to filmstar Salman Khan on the Maharashtra government’s petition challenging a Bombay High Court verdict acquitting him in a 2002 accident case.

  • Varun Grover

    Response to ‘Jabra Fan’ song shows star power: Varun Grover

    Mumbai: In his five-year-old Bollywood career, Varun Grover has mostly penned lyrics for off-beat films, so, the widespread response to his latest song in superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s “Fan” has overwhelmed him. Grover had written the lyrics of last year’s acclaimed films like “Masaan” and “Dum Laga Ke Haisha”.

  • Dalit man charred to death in UP

    Etah: A 27-year-old Dalit man was charred to death after he was set on fire in his house at Kherpura village here by some people who are absconding, police said today.

  • Laxmikant Parsekar

    Will take action against those opposing Defence Expo: Govt

    Panaji: Days after protesters blocked the inspection of a site where Defence Expo is to be held in South Goa next month, Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar has warned of strict action if government work is disrupted.

  • Supreme Court

    SC declines to hear Kanhaiya’s bail plea, asks him to move HC

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain the bail plea of JNU students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar and asked him to approach the Delhi High Court in this regard. The apex court also noted that it would not be appropriate in its precedence to hear the matter.

  • Movie reviews: ‘Loveshhuda’ will leave you with a really BAD aftertaste!

    Mumbai: Romance has always been the favourite genre of Bollywood and with time, even the movie titles seem to have gone through changes. Move over the term ‘shaadishhuda’, here comes this week’s release ‘Loveshhuda’ that stars Girish Kumar alongwith Navneet Kaur Dhillon. Will this film turn out to be a ‘love’ affair with the box-office or will it fizzle out, let’s analyze.

  • K C Tyagi

    Hope RSS also hoists tricolor at headquarters: JD (U)

    Vizag: In an apparent jibe at the Union HRD Ministry’s order for all Central Universities to hoist the national flag, JD (U) general secretary K.C. Tyagi on Friday urged RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat to hoist the tricolor instead of the saffron flag at organisation’s headquarters.

  • S Korean prosecutors raid Volkswagen’s office

    Seoul: Prosecutors raided Volkswagen’s South Korean head office today, a spokesman for the carmaker said, as part of a probe into the firm’s emissions-cheating scandal. Investigators confiscated computer hard drives and documents after searching the headquarters in Seoul and other Volkswagen offices in the South Korean capital, Yonhap news agency said.

  • Verbal Spat between Amarinder, Majithia over Khalsa University to forth

    Amritsar: Former chief minister and Amritsar MP Captain Amarinder Singh has made a personal attack on Khalsa College Governing Council president Satyajit Singh Majithia for trying to usurp the land by constructing the university.

  • Crubing Online Media: Foreign firms will require nod to publish online

    Beijing – A new Chinese regulation announced this week will require foreign companies and foreign-Chinese joint ventures to acquire approval before publishing content online, in the government’s latest move to tighten control of the digital realm.