Free Press Journal
  • Manoj Kumar to direct film on Aryabhata

    Mumbai: Veteran Bollywood actor-filmmaker Manoj Kumar is working on his next directorial venture which would be based on Aryabhata, the famous mathematician from the classical age.

  • Pak asks India to send 24 witnesses to depose in 26/11 trial

    Lahore: Pakistan has asked India to send all the 24 Indian witnesses to depose before the anti-terrorism court holding the Mumbai attack trial, the chief prosecutor in the high-profile case said today.

  • Sikkim becomes flag bearer of organic farming

    Gangtok: When the world is laying stress on chemical-free foods, India’s northeast region has shown the way to organic farming. Sikkim has become the country’s first organic state, and is shining as a flag bearer in the race to adopt environment-friendly measures.

  • Kanhaiya is an aberration, nationalists don’t accept it: Rudy

    Kolkata: Describing Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union president Kanhaiya Kumar as an “aberration”, union minister and BJP MP Rajiv Pratap Rudy on Sunday said such an aberration will not be accepted at the cost of nationalism.

  • Bipasha Basu quashes engagement rumours

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu on Sunday snubbed rumours that she has got engaged to her “Alone” co-star Karan Singh Grover, after she was captured wearing a prominent diamond sparkler on her ring finger.

  • ranbir kapoor

    ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ to see Ranbir Kapoor as lonely

    New Delhi: After playing a handful of characters like a passionate lover in ‘Rockstar,’ a politician in ‘Raajneeti,’ a casanova in ‘Bachna Ae Haseeno’ and a dreamer in ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani,’ Ranbir Kapoor will be soon seen as a lonely soul in his upcoming film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.’

  • Violators focusing on spot-fixing, not match-fixing: ICC

    Mumbai:  International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit chief Ronnie Flanagan on Sunday said that the violators in the game are currently focusing on spot-fixing rather than fixing an entire match.

  • Lena Dunham is hospitalized

    Washington D.C: Lena Dunham has been hospitalized for a ruptured ovarian cyst on March 5, a rep for the ‘Girls’ creator confirmed.

  • ‘Pakistan pacer Amir made video to educate cricketers against graft’

    Mumbai: International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit chief Ronnie Flanagan on Sunday said Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir, after being freed from prison for involvement in spot-fixing, made a video admitting his mistake and the effect it had on him to educate the young cricketers to not get into such trap.

  • Sri Lanka arrests 29 Indian fishermen

    Colombo: The Sri Lankan Navy on Sunday arrested 29 Indian fishermen for allegedly poaching in Sri Lankan waters.

  • Transgender band’s next features Asha Bhonsle’s granddaughter

    New Delhi: After its debut single, ‘Hum Hain Happy’ a cover of Pharrell William’s 2013 hit number and a second, ‘Sab Rab De Bande – The Chai Song’ featuring Sonu Nigam, the transgender band ‘6 Pack Band’ is now working on its third song with Zanai Bhonsle, granddaughter of legendary singer Asha Bhonsle.

  • New plots planned for ‘Quantico’

    Los Angeles: After Priyanka Chopra’s international TV series “Quantico” got a go-ahead for a second season, its creator and show-runner Josh Safran says the show’s storyline will hit the reset button every season with the Indian actress’s role as the “focal point”.

  • Anna Hazare

    Security personnel assigned lax in their duty: Anna

    Mumbai: Social activist Anna Hazare, who has been given Z category security cover, today alleged that the security personnel assigned to him were lax in their duty.

  • NSE India

    Two shareholders flag concerns about NSE’s listing committee

    Mumbai: As pressure continues on National Stock Exchange (NSE) to get listed, at least two minority shareholders have flagged their concerns about constitution and terms of reference of the proposed Listing Committee.

  • ICC Anti-Corruption chief hopes for clean World T20

    Mumbai: The International Cricket Council has put in place checks and balances to eliminate corruption during the upcoming World T20 Championship starting in two days’ time in the country, said the world governing body’s Anti-Corruption Unit’s chairman, Sir Ronnie Flanagan, today.