Free Press Journal
  • BJP is most anti-national of all alleges Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today filed a fresh salvo at BJP, terming it as the “most anti-national of all” and alleged that it was shielding those who raised anti-India slogans on the JNU campus.

  • Struggling Sri Lanka eye positive start against Afghanistan

    Kolkata: Lost in transition, defending champions Sri Lanka will look to come out of the rut and start well against a spirited Afghanistan in their World Twenty20 Super 10 opener at Eden Gardens here tomorrow. The defending champions, who were also runners-up in 2009 and 2012, have managed to win only four of their 14 matches since they beat India to win the 2014 edition in Mirpur. They are in the middle of a transition phase after Kumar Sangakkara and

  • Censor board retains kisses in ‘Ki and Ka’

    Arjun Kapoor has just scored a huge victory over James Bond with the Indian Censor Board. While Daniel Craig’s steamy smooches with Monica Belluci were seriously toned down by the CBFC, all of Arjun Kapoor’s kissing scenes with Kareena Kapoor in the forthcoming romantic comedy Ki & Ka have been left completely intact.

  • Pathankot probe impasse stalls Indo-Pak foreign secretary talks

    Kathmandu/Pokhra: Following see-sawing developments with regard to the probe of the January 2016 Pathankot Air Base terror attack, talks between the foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan have been ruled out for the present. According to top official sources, the foreign secretaries will meet only after the Special Investigation Team (SIT) from Pakistan arrives in India and makes concrete progress in the probe.

  • 10 Reasons Why ‘Kapoor and Sons’ looks inviting

    1. The cast. Three generations of a dysfunctional business family played by some of the most charismatic star-actors of Bollywood, from Rishi Kapoor to Alia Bhatt. This is the only multi-starrer with such a cluttered cast since Karan Johar’s ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’.

  • Check out: Nargis Fakhri plays a New York based DJ in Banjo

    Nargis Fakhri and Riteish Deshmukh will be coming together for a musical titled Banjo and we have been receiving several glimpses of the film ever since it went on floors in Mumbai. And here is the look of the leading lady in the film, Nargis as a DJ.

  • BMW Registers Record Sales in February

    After successfully completing an illustrious 100 years of operations, BMW has achieved yet another feat. The German carmaker has registered record sales in the month of February.

  • ‘M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story’ teaser unveiled

    Mumbai: With the onset of the World T20, actor Sushant Singh Rajput unveiled the teaser of his new Bollywood film “M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story”, a biopic on Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

  • Which Upcoming Cars Will Pose a Threat to Vitara Brezza?

    Automobile is a branch of engineering that has brought drastic transformation in the history of humankind. Today, as the competition in every field is at its zenith, auto manufacturers too are not immune from this transformation. They are moulding their vehicles in line with the preferences of prospective customers. When we talk about India, which has one of the fastest growing auto industries of the world, preferences of the consumers are seen

  • Telugu TV anchor Nirosha found dead

    Hyderabad: Telugu television anchor Nirosha committed suicide by hanging herself at a hostel here on Wednesday, the police said. She was 23.

  • Lux Industries jumps over 15% on stock-split proposal

    New Delhi: Shares of Lux Industries surged by 16 per cent today after the company said its board of directors will consider the stock-split proposal at a meeting on April 12.

  • ‘Bhabhi Ji Ghar…’ producer sends legal notice to Shilpa Shinde

    Mumbai: Indian TV production house Edit II has sent a legal notice to actress Shilpa Shinde, the lead of the immensely popular show “Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain!”, who has quit shooting for the family drama and has reportedly signed up for another entertainer.

  • Manish Tewari

    JNU row: Indian academia suffering at hands of Centre, says Congress

    New Delhi: Asserting that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Government is hell bent upon digging its own grave to change the fundamental narrative of this country, the Congress on Tuesday said the Indian academia is suffering at the hands of the Centre.

  • Australia: Debris on French island unlikely to be from MH370

    Sydney: Australian officials say a piece of debris recently found on an Indian Ocean island where a wing fragment from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 had previously washed ashore is unlikely to be from the missing plane.

  • Five accused in couple attack case remanded to custody

    Coimbatore: Five persons, arrested in connection with the brutal murder of a Dalit youth in front of his upper caste Hindu wife in Tirupur district, were remanded to judicial custody today.