Free Press Journal
  • Revealed:Nargis’s kissing secrets!

    With Azhar all set to release next month, interesting tidbits of information come in from the film’s camp. Nargis Fakhri who plays Bollywood actress and Azhar’s second wife, Sangeeta Bijlani spoke about her role in the film and discussed a few exciting moments from the set that will definitely get the rumor mills churning. Nargis revealed a few steamy details about filming the romantic song,

  • Jacqueline:In control!

    The gorgeous Sri Lankan import Jacqueline Fernandez recently crossed 19 million likes on Facebook and shared some interesting insights into herself. Namely, that she controls her own Fb page, loves reading books on a day off, prefers Snapchat over Instagram, regards Leonardo Dicaprio as her all-time favourite actor, understands Hindi perfectly, and is a complete romantic.

  • Datsun RediGO Teased Again; Unveiling on April 14

    Datsun has started releasing teasers for its upcoming entry level hatchback, the RediGO. It will be based on the Kwid’s CMF-A platform, but will be completely different from the baby Renault. Its concept avatar was spotted at the 2014 Auto Expo but, surprisingly, the outline of the production version remained true to the concept. The pricing will be similar to the Kwid’s and the vehicle will use the same 800cc engine coupled

  • Mahindra NuvoSport vs Vitara Brezza vs EcoSport vs TUV300

    Did you know that Mahindra is the only manufacturer in the country, to offer two sub-4m SUVs in its portfolio? The country’s largest utility manufacturer recently launched the Quanto’s replacement and it is called the NuvoSport. It sits above the TUV300, with a slight price difference. But was it really required? Probably not, as the TUV300 is a decent product. Mahindra should have just discontinued the Quanto, since the rear just doesn’t

  • Ker HC Judge seeks ban on high decibel fire crackers

    Kochi: Use of high decibel fire crackers must be banned at all Kerala temples, a senior Kerala High Court Judge suggested today, seeking immediate judicial intervention by the court to stop “man-made” tragedies like Kollam mishap.

  • Neymar’s contract with Barcelona revealed to be $56.3 mn

    Lisbon: FC Barcelona’s Neymar has a 49.5 million euros ($56.3 million) deal for five years with the Spanish football giants, according to the Football Leaks website, which published on Monday a copy of the Brazilian striker’s contract. The contract was signed in 2013 by Neymar, along with his father cum agent Neymar Senior and Barcelona president Sandro Rosell and vice president Josep Maria Bartomeu. The contract states that the player’s fixed salary

  • Two-and-a-half-year-old can identify 165 car images, logos

    Coimbatore: A two-and-a-half-year old kid named T Shamruth Ram, looks at a car plying on the road and screams that it is Benz, Jaguar, Ford Fiesta, etc. but these are not the only cars he can identify.

  • Kill Ahmadi Muslims’ leaflets by Pak group found in UK mosque

    London: Leaflets, authored by former chief of a Pakistan-based extremist Islamic group, calling for the killing of members of minority Ahmadi Muslims have been found in a south London mosque, according to a media report. The leaflets demanding death for heretics were distributed to worshippers at the Stockwell Green mosque, which was being used by Khatm-e-Nubuwwat (KN) extremist group which targets Ahmadi Muslims, the BBC discovered.

  • Over 71 per cent polling recorded till 3 PM in WB

    Kolkata: Over 71 per cent vote were cast till 3 PM today in part two of the first phase polling in 31 assembly constituencies spread over three districts in West Bengal amid reports of stray incidents of violence.

  • Philippine offensive kills 8 more militants, wound commander

    Manila: The Philippine military says eight more Abu Sayyaf extremists have died and a top militant commander has been wounded as troops pressed a major offensive following the killings of 18 soldiers in fierce fighting over the weekend. Regional military spokesman Maj Filemon Tan says four Abu Sayyaf gunmen who were wounded in battle Saturday later died and four others were killed in fresh fighting today on Basilan island.

  • Van Gaal backs Man Utd to make top-four PL finish despite Tottenham drubbing

    London: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal believes that his side can still make a top-four Premier League finish despite his side’s humiliating defeat at the hands of second-placed Tottenham at White Hart Lane. Earlier, Tottenham Hotspur thrashed United 3-0, with Dele Alli, Toby Alderweireld and Erik Lamela scoring each within a gap of six minutes in the second half.

  • Bangladesh invites violent extremists, says report

    Dhaka: An international report issued on Monday said that by using force and denying justice, the Bangladesh government has provided extremists “an opportunity to exploit the resultant alienation and justify their anti-state agenda”. The Brussels-based International Crisis Group (ICG) said the government needs to recognise that “it is in its interest to change course, lest it fail to either contain violent extremism or counter political threats”, bdnews24 reported.

  • First dog cafe opens in US

    Los Angeles: The first dog cafe in the US has been opened here in a bid to encourage dog adoption in the country.

  • Now, ‘smart’ device to spray-paint giant murals

    Washington: Scientists have invented a ‘smart’ spray-paint can system that robotically reproduces photographs as large-scale murals, simply by being waved around a giant canvas.

  • SA President Zuma condoles Kerala temple deaths

    Johannesburg: South African President Jacob Zuma today conveyed his condolences following the deadly fire at a Kerala temple that killed over 100 people. At least 106 people were killed and 383 others injured in the explosion yesterday at the Puttingal Devi Temple near Kollam sparked by a stray firework.

  • Cong, AAP join hands to “deprive” Punjab of water share: Badal

    Surapur (Pb): Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today hit out at Opposition Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over Sutlej Yamuna link canal (SYL) issue, accusing them of “conniving” with each other to deprive the state of its legitimate share of river water.

  • Kyrgyz prime minister resigns but denies corruption allegation

    Bishkek: Kyrgyzstan’s Prime Minister Temir Sariyev quit on today over corruption allegations involving a road-building contract won by a Chinese company. Sariyev, who had been in power for less than a year, stepped down while denying claims he had a vested interest in a USD 100 million tender to build a highway in the ex-Soviet country’s eastern Issyk Kul province.

  • Stone-pelters target security forces after search operation

    Srinagar: In yet another such incident, a group of stone-pelting youth today targeted security forces who had gone to a village in Kashmir to carry out a search operation following information that some militants were hiding there.