Free Press Journal
  • Congress has no right to speak about farmers: Gujarat CM

    Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel today accused the Congress of inciting farmers against the BJP-led state government and said the opposition has no right to speak about farmers’ welfare, as the party did nothing for them.

  • France arrests man in ‘advanced stages’ of attack

    Paris: A Frenchman in the “advanced stages” of a plot to attack the country was arrested today northwest of Paris and security forces locked down the area during a major search, France’s interior minister said.

  • US expresses concern over India’s reported missile launch

    Washington: Expressing concern over India’s reported ballistic missile launch recently, the US has said such actions could potentially “increase” the risk to nuclear security and have an impact on regional security.

  • Russia, US reach consensus on Syria, not on bilateral ties

    Moscow: Russia and the US have reached some consensus on Syria during US Secretary of State John Kerry’s visit here, but relations are far from thawing so long as the sanctions on Russia are not lifted.

  • UN atomic chief warns on ‘nuclear terrorism’

    Vienna: The world needs to do more to prevent “nuclear terrorism”, the head of the UN atomic watchdog has warned ahead of an important summit and in the wake of the Brussels terror attacks.

  • ‘New Brussels anti-terror raid linked to foiled French plot’

    Brussels: Belgian police carried out a major operation in Brussels today in connection with a foiled terror plot in France, police sources said, with media saying a man had been “neutralised” and reporting explosions. A French police source said the raids in the Brussels suburb of Schaerbeek were related to the arrest of 34-year-old Reda Kriket in Paris yesterday, who was found with heavy weapons and explosives in his apartment.

  • Unlike A Virgin!

    Ship-dancer Farah, small town Devi, architect Piku, wheelchair-bound Laila– they are dusting off the cobwebs of age-old prejudice by choosing how to live and whom to love – something the ‘good girl’ never could risk getting away with! About time, says NICHOLA PAIS.

  • NIA summons Punjab Police SP Salvinder Singh, his friend

    New Delhi: NIA today summoned three persons, including SP of Punjab Police Salvinder Singh for questioning in connection with the Pathankot terror strike as the agency is still awaiting a Letters Rogatory from the Pakistan side so that the evidence could be shared with them legally.

  • Excise duty on jewellery will lead to inspector raj says Kejriwal

    New Delhi: The levy of 1 per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery will lead to “inspector raj and corruption”, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said today and hit out at the Centre for its decision despite widespread opposition.

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    Arjun gets nostalgic on mother’s death anniversary

    Actor Arjun Kapoor and his sister Anshula Kapoor have recalled their childhood memories on their mother Mona Kapoor’s fourth death anniversary on Friday. Mona, former wife of Bollywood producer Boney Kapoor, passed away in March 2012 due to multiple organ failure after battling with cancer.

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    Google Maps shows JNU if you type anti national

    New Delhi: Typing ‘anti-national’ into Google Maps search bar on Friday yielded a map of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus here, with a photograph of an entrance to the varsity on the left hand side.

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    Thought I could look convincing in action role: Sonakshi

    Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who is all set to stun the audience with her action packed avtar in the upcoming films “Akira” and “Force 2”, says she felt that she could pull it off and look convincing in the actioners.

  • Dont get to see films of our great filmmakers in theatres: Aamir

    Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan has applauded the effort made by Pune-based Purushottam Laddha to re-release late filmmaker V. Shantaram’s 1972 Marathi film “Pinjra” and says that today we hardly get to see films made by yesteryear filmmakers in theatres due to lack of restoration.

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    Shahid goes chameleon, again

    Shahid Kapoor, along with co-star Kangana Ranaut, director Vishal Bhardwaj and a braveheart unit, has just returned from a gruelling three-week schedule of RANGOON.

  • SRK shooting special song with Sunny Leone for ‘Raees’

    Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan today began shooting with actress Sunny Leone for an item song for his coming film “Raees”. Shah Rukh, 50, is shaking a leg with Sunny in a reprise version of the 1980 chartbuster “Laila O Laila” from the film “Qurbaani”. The original track featured Feroz Khan and Zeenat Amaan.