Free Press Journal
  • Ashwin has bailed me out in a lot of situations: Dhoni

    Mumbai: Seeking to bury any perceived differences with his spin spearhead Ravichandran Ashwin, India’s limited over skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today hailed the off-spinner stating that he has “bailed” the team  out on numerous occasions.

  • Sunny Leone to produce, star in drama-thriller

    Mumbai: Having delved into reality TV, movies and item numbers, Bollywood actress Sunny Leone is all set to turn producer with her forthcoming film.

  • Conflicting versions on nod for fireworks display

    Kollam: Conflicting versions are emerging on permission being granted for conduct of fireworks display at the 100-year-old Puttingal Devi temple complex, near here, where at least 102 lives were lost in a major fire today. While the office of Kollam District collector

  • Ashwin getting one over must be due to nature of track: Rahane

    Mumbai: The Wankhede track on which IPL debutants Rising Pune Supergiants outplayed Mumbai Indians in the season-opener was a slightly seamer-friendly wicket and that might have been the reason why premier off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was given just one over, said Ajinkya Rahane after his side’s win.

  • IPL strugglers KXIP seek positive start against Gujarat Lions

    Mohali:  They endured a disastrous run the last time around to finish at the bottom of the heap and Kings XI Punjab would be aiming to make amends this season when they begin their campaign against newbies Gujarat Lions in their IPL opener here tomorrow.

  • Can’t explain why Mumbai lost: Harbhajan

    Mumbai:  Mumbai Indians’ star off-spinner Harbhajan Singh said that it was difficult to explain why his side began their Indian Premier league (IPL) campaign with a home loss against debutants Rising Pune Supergiants.

  • Ultra modern Metro Rail will change face of Nagpur: Fadnavis

    Nagpur: The Nagpur Metro Rail will be completed on a fast track basis and the “ultra modern rail network will change the face of the city”, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said today.

  • Minor fire in Parliament Annexe

    New Delhi: A minor fire today broke out on the second floor of the Parliament Annexe which was brought under control by fire fighters.

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    Shah Rukh is enthusiastic like a teenager

    Mumbai: Teaming up with Shah Rukh Khan for the first time, director Maneesh Sharma says he was amazed with superstar’s enthusiasm and would like to imbibe it.

  • Cameron publishes personal tax returns amid Panama Papers row

    London: Amid mounting pressure, UK Prime Minister David Cameron today released his personal tax returns and ordered a new taskforce to probe tax-dodging allegations in a bid to defuse the Panama Papers row over his investment in his late father’s offshore business.

  • Vijay Mallya

    ‘Mallya’s Rs.4,000 crore offer shows his ‘intention’ to repay loan’

    New Delhi: The beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya’s offer to pay Rs.4,000 crore out of Rs.9,000 crore pending debt conveys his “intention” to repay the loan, and the public sector lenders should consider it carefully, industry organisation Assocham has said.

  • Anupam Kher

    Anupam Kher stopped at Srinagar airport, sent back

    New Delhi: Bollywood actor Anupam Kher was held up on Sunday morning at the Srinagar airport by Jammu and Kashmir Police when he reached there to meet the protesting students at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) – Srinagar.

  • Unused AI aircraft collapses during road transport

    Hyderabad: A training aircraft of Air India collapsed and suffered partial damage while being shifted by a crane from Begumpet airport to a training institute here today, police said.

  • Cruz, Sanders shock frontrunners ahead of crucial NY primary

    Cheyenne: Democrat presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders today continued his winning streak against frontrunner Hillary Clinton in Wyoming as Republican Ted Cruz swept all delegates in Colorado against Donald Trump just days before the all-important New York primary.

  • Sachin Tendulkar

    Shaken by Kerala temple tragedy: Sachin

    Mumbai: Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday said he was “shaken” by the fire at a Kerala temple that left nearly 100 people dead.