Free Press Journal
  • Afridi begs forgiveness from nation post Pak’s World T20 debacle

    Karachi: Pakistan T20 skipper Shahid Afridi has apologised to his countrymen after the side made an early exit from the ongoing World T20 in India. Pakistan were heavily criticized by the fans after they failed to replicate their dominant win over Bangladesh as they went on to lose three consecutive matches against fierce rivals India, New Zealand and Australia to get themselves knocked out of the T20 format’s pinnacle tournament.

  • Russia to skip Nuclear Security Summit in Washington

    Washington: Russia has said that it will be skipping the Nuclear Security Summit to be hosted by United States President Barack Obama in Washington on March 31 to April 1. According to reports, the Deputy National Security Adviser to the White House National Security Council, Ben Rhodes, called Moscow’s move a missed opportunity.

  • Saif Ali Khan and Kangna Ranaut to lock lips in ‘Rangoon’

    Ever since Vishal Bhardwaj’s Rangoon has gone on floor, it has been making news for many reasons. Be it its casting that comprises of Saif Ali Khan, Shahid Kapoor and Kangna Ranaut or its period story, the film has definitely got everybody talking about it.

  • Polaris India showcases acclaimed defense products at ‘Defexpo India’

    New Delhi: Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries Inc. the world leader in off-road and all-terrain vehicles showcased its latest and acclaimed products – Dagor™ (Deployable Advance Ground Off-Road) and Mrzr™4 at the on-going ninth edition of the Defexpo India 2016.

  • Messi scores 50th international goal, helps Argentina beat Bolivia 2-0

    Cordoba (Argentina): Star striker Lionel Messi scored his 50th international goal to guide Argentina to a 2-0 win over Bolivia in a 2018 World Cup qualifier. The win helped Argentina jump to the third spot in the South American group with 11 points from six matches. They are two points behind joint leaders Ecuador and Uruguay.

  • ‘Manmarziyan’ shooting to resume in August

    New Delhi: Actor Ayushmann Khurrana says the shoot for his next movie “Manmarziyan” was halted due to “creative differences” between the director and producer, but the shoot will resume from August.

  • Are you a believer or an atheist? It’s all in your brain

    New Delhi: While scientists and faithfuls will ensure that the debate on the existence of a universal spirit — call it God or a supernatural force — goes on, a research study has revealed that the conflict between science and religion has its roots in your brain. According to the researchers, human brain is divided in two parts — one given to analytical or critical think and the other comprising an empathetic network.

  • Farhan Akhtar

    Fashion in films has changed, has become more real: Farhan Akhtar

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor-producer Farhan Akhtar, whose association with contemporary menswear brand Code by Lifestyle was extended on Wednesday, says there’s a change in the fashion code in Bollywood movies as characters have moved towards “real and believable” looks.

  • Sonia Gandhi

    Sonia in Assam: Modi has failed to improve tea workers plight

    Sivasagar (Assam) – Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks about Assam Tea but has done nothing to improve the plight of tea garden workers.

  • Milk wastage lands Rajnikanth in legal soup

    New Delhi: An injuction suit has been filed against Tamil superstar Rajnikath and his fans, who wasted thousand and thousand litres of milk on the release of Rajnikanth movies.

  • William Shanter’s love child sues him for $ 170m

    Melbourne: William Shanter fell in a mess as his alleged lovechild sued him for 170 million dollars. Peter Sloan insisted that the ‘Star Trek’ actor is his dad after he had a brief fling with his mother, late Canadian actress Kathy McNeil, who gave him up for adoption when he was five, reports But the 85-year-old star, who has three daughters, Leslie aged 57, Lisabeth aged 55 and 51-year-old Melanie from his first

  • Hrithik Roshan in legal soup for ‘affair with Pope’ tweet

    New Delhi: Christian secular forum in Mumbai has reportedly slapped a legal notice on actor Hrithik Roshan and sought an unconditional apology for his tweet on Pope. The notice alleges that the tweet is “hurting the religious sentiments.” Though the notice was sent on March 28, Abraham Mithai of the Christian secular forum claimed that the actor received it yesterday.

  • 3D models show how giant dinosaurs evolved

    London: Scientists have developed 3D computer models of the bodies of the gigantic sauropod dinosaurs to analyse how their size, shape and weight-distribution evolved over time. Sauropod dinosaurs include the largest land animals to have ever lived. Some of the more well-known sauropods include Diplodocus, Apatosaurus and Brontosaurus.

  • Irom Sharmila acquitted in 2006 attempted suicide case

    New Delhi – The Patiala House Court in Delhi on Wednesday acquitted Manipur rights activist Irom Sharmila in the 2006 case of her attempt to suicide when she was undertaking a fast until death at the Jantar Mantar.

  • Indian filmmakers delve into brotherhood in ‘Dear Brother’

    Mumbai: In an attempt to propagate the message of peace between India and Pakistan, prominent Indian filmmakers Tanuja Chandra, Tigmanshu Dhulia and Nikkhil Advani have joined hands to star in a special video titled “Dear Brother”.