Free Press Journal
  • Aamir to watch V Shantaram’s restored film ‘Pinjra’ in theater

    Mumbai: Superstar Aamir Khan says he is “definitely” heading to theatres to watch legendary filmmaker V Shantaram’s 1972 Marathi film “Pinjra,” that has been restored and re-released in the state of Maharashtra. The 51-year-old “PK” actor was thrilled with the restoration of the Marathi classic and urged his fans to watch it.

  • BJPs Assam Vision Document promises crackdown on infiltration

    Guwahati: Making the issue of illegal immigrants in Assam as a major poll plank, BJP today promised to ensure sealing of Indo-Bangladesh border in its ‘vision document’ unveiled here as it accused Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi of encouraging infiltration and destroying demography.

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    Salman Khan rues lack of cinema halls in India

    New Delhi: Superstar Salman Khan says there are “very few cinema halls in India”, and emphasises the need to open more movie theatres “on the outskirts” of the cities.

  • Check out Amitabh Bachchan haggles over fish prices in ‘Te3n’

    Earlier we revealed Amitabh Bachchan’s look in the currently under production Sujoy Ghosh film ‘Te3n’. Well now we came across an image of Bachchan haggling over the price of fish in a local market while shooting for the film.

  • Brussels aftermath: Flyers asked to take off footwear, belts

    New Delhi: Amid a heightened alert in the wake of Brussels terror attacks, security agencies have stepped up vigil at sensitive airports in the country with passengers being made to take off their footwear and belts and go through detailed frisking.

  • Malayalam actor Jishnu Raghavan dies of cancer

    Kochi: Malayalam film actor Jishnu Raghavan, son of veteran actor Raghavan, passed away due to cancer at a private hospital here today. He was 35. Jishnu was battling throat and lung cancer for quite some time and was undergoing treatment at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS). He breathed his last at 8.15 AM today, a hospital spokesperson said here.

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    No differences between BJP and PDP: Jitendra Singh

    Jammu; Union minister Jitendra Singh today said that there were no differences between coalition partners BJP and PDP in Jammu and Kashmir where decks have been cleared for government formation.

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    Neha Dhupia’s fun-filled Sydney fun comes to end

    New Delhi: Neha Dhupia’s fun fill Sydney trip came to an end with the actress all set to head back home and its needless to say that the ‘Julie’ actress had a whale of a time in Syndey.

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    Malaysia says 100 China boats intrude into its waters

    Kuala Lumpur: About 100 China-registered boats have been detected encroaching into Malaysian waters near the Luconia Shoals in the South China Sea, a Malaysian minister said.

  • Japan begins test run of gravity wave detector

    Tokyo: Japanese scientists on Friday began a test run of an underground telescope to detect gravitational waves and gain a better understanding of the universe through their observations.

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    4 new Hindi posters of ‘Jungle Book’ are out

    New Delhi: The makers of the upcoming fantasy movie ‘The Jungle Book,’ are leaving no stone unturned to promote their film as after treating fans with the second Hindi trailer, they have now dropped four new Hindi posters of it.

  • Yangon Stock Exchange officially starts trading

    Yangon: Myanmar’s first modern stock exchange, the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX), officially started trading on Friday, months after it opened in December 2015. However, only one company – the First Myanmar Investment (FMI), was listed on the exchange for trading, Channel News Asia reported.

  • ISIS plotting multiple attacks across Europe

    London: The massive investigations which are underway following the Brussels attacks have revealed that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) are in various stages of planning multiple additional attacks across Europe.

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    Sunny Leone unveils her look in ‘One Night Stand’

    New Delhi: Bollywood’s hottie Sunny Leone, who will be seen soon in the romantic drama ‘One Night Stand, has unveiled her first look from the movie.

  • Poor nations need space to address ‘development deficit’: India

    United Nations: Asserting that the burden of sustainability cannot be put on the shoulders of the poor, India has said poorer nations must be given space to address their “development deficit” as they end up suffering the worst impacts of climate change while contributing the least to it.

  • Beijing allows remarried couples to have more children

    Beijing In a bid to increase Beijing’s population, the Chinese capital city has passed a new family planning rule allowing remarried couples to have more children besides granting 128 maternity leaves for mothers and 15-day holiday for fathers.