Free Press Journal
  • PM Modi meets Puttingal temple fire victims

    Kollam (Kerala): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday visited the AA Rahim Memorial Hospital here and met victims of the Puttingal temple fire tragedy.

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    Alia among actors treading Smita Patil’s path: Bhatt

    Bengaluru: Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt today said he sees his daughter Alia Bhatt and many other actresses fitting into the shoes of Smita Patil, who could handle both commercial and parallel cinema with aplomb.

  • You can find scandal in Trinamool’s every transaction: Jaitley

    Kolkata: Calling the Mamata Banerjee government’s policies a “mirror image” of the erstwhile Left Front which “destroyed West Bengal”, union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday said the biggest disappointment has been the Trinamool Congress’s vulnerability to corruption.

  • Outstation students demand deferment of Minors exams

    Srinagar: Amidst the unrest on NIT Srinagar campus, outstation students have demanded that academic activities in the institute, including the Minors (exams), beginning this Monday, be deferred until normalcy returns.

  • Shifting IPL matches not solution to drought

    Mumbai: Amid the furore over holding IPL matches in drought-hit Maharashtra, India’s limited over skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said shifting matches will not resolve the perennial crisis as it requires a “long-term” solution.

  • Will, Kate arrive in Mumbai, pay tributes to 26/11 victims

    Mumbai: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived here today on their first visit to India and paid tributes to the victims of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

  • Nitish must give priority to Bihar not JD(U): LJP

    New Delhi: Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) leader Chirag Paswan on Sunday congratulated Nitish Kumar on being elected as the Janata Dal (United) chief and expressed hope that the Bihar Chief Minister would give first priority to the state rather than thinking of expanding his party on the national front.

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    Lahiri grinds it out to move to Tied-38th at Masters

    Augusta (Georgia): Indian golfing ace Anirban Lahiri grinded it out on yet another tough scoring day in challenging conditions to card a three-over 75 in the third round and move up to Tied 38th at the Masters, here.

  • Aditiya, Shraddha wrap up ‘OK Jaanu’ 1st schedule

    New Delhi: Aditya Roy Kapur, who will be next seen in ‘OK Jaanu’ alongside Shraddha Kapoor, has recently wrapped up the first schedule of the much-awaited film.

  • Simple dressing tips for dandiya nights!

    New Delhi: The Navratri festival is celebrated with great fervour in the country, where people dance and dress up to their best. In order to turn heads during the festivities, wear bright colours and avoid using cakey make-up for dandiya nights, says an expert.

  • 7.1 magnitude quake jolts Pakistan

    Islamabad: An earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Richter Scale jolted parts of Pakistan on Sunday, the media reported.

  • Sahara Group has been trying to raise funds to secure release of its Chairman Subrata Roy, who has been lodged in Tihar Jail for over a year, through monetisation of its various assets

    Weeks before being jailed, Sahara chief wanted to go abroad!

    New Delhi: Weeks before being sent to jail by the Supreme Court, the embattled Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy wanted to go abroad for “business discussions” with Bill Clinton and Tony Blair, markets regulator Sebi’s lawyer Arvind Datar in this high-profile case has said.

  • Will be logical to avoid ‘Sultan’-‘Raees’ BO clash: Shah Rukh

    Mumbai: With Eid likely to see the box office clash of his “Raees” and friend Salman Khan’s “Sultan”, superstar Shah Rukh Khan feels it would be logical to shift their release dates so that both the films do not eat into each other’s business.

  • 100 killed, 383 injured in Kerala temple fire

    Kollam: In one of the worst tragedies to hit Kerala, 100 people were killed and 383 injured in a major fire that engulfed the 100-year-old Puttingal Devi Temple complex  near here during a display of fireworks, for which no permission had been granted by the authorities.

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    Mehbooba expresses concern over slow pace of Jhelum dredging

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has expressed concern over the slow pace of dredging works on Jhelum river post the 2014 floods, and has asked officials to carry out the project speedily.

  • ‘Brussels jihadist cell wanted to stage new attack in France’

    Brussels: A Brussels-based terror cell intended to launch a fresh strike in France, but attacked in the Belgian capital instead after being “surprised” by a quick-moving investigation, Belgian prosecutors said today.