Free Press Journal
  • Nepal will no longer be lab for experiments: PM Oli

    Kathmandu: Nepal’s Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli on Tuesday said his country will no longer be a laboratory for other countries to conduct experiments in.

  • UK Sikh group wants Jallianwala Bagh regret remarks repeated

    London: One of Britain’s oldest Sikh groups has appealed to Prime Minister David Cameron to repeat his remarks of regret over the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Parliament on the 97th anniversary of the tragedy tomorrow.

  • India to grow at 7.7 percent in current fiscal: World Bank

    Washington: India’s economic growth is expected to rise from 7.5 percent in 2015-16 to 7.7 percent in the current fiscal on the back of strong private investment, more infrastructure spending, better investment climate and improved corporate balance sheets, propelling South Asia to becoming the fastest-growing region globally, the World Bank said on Tuesday.

  • Cops ask Desai to wear saree in Mahalaxmi temple tomorrow

    Pune: A fresh controversy erupted today with Bhoomata Ranragini Brigade leader Trupti Desai alleging the police told her to wear a saree while she visits the Mahalaxmi temple in Kolhapur tomorrow for a darshan of the deity.

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    No meeting by political party on HCU campus, says High Court

    Hyderabad: In an interim order, the Hyderabad High Court today directed the registrar of the Hyderabad Central University and the Cyberabad police commissioner not to allow any political party or association to hold a meeting on the varsity’s campus.

  • Rao never conspired on Babri: Jairam Ramesh

    New Delhi: Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh today lavished praise on former Prime Minister late Narsimha Rao calling him political “Chanakya” for managing economic reforms and rued that “99.99 per cent of Congress party believed he conspired” to have the Babri Masjid demolished.

  • T. G. L. Iyer

    Life Is A Voyage Homeward Bound

    A king plagued by many worries, harassed on all sides, called his wise men for counsel. He asked them to invent a few magic words that would help him in times of trial and distress, prosperity and adversity and would be ever enduring. The wise men huddled together for days together and came to the monarch with the magic words: “This too shall pass away.”

  • Anushka all set for Phillauri

    Clean Slate Films has announced its second venture, Phillauri – an uncommon romantic film set in Phillaur, Punjab. Debut director Anshai Lal will direct Anushka Sharma, popular Punjabi star Diljit Dusanjh and Suraj Sharma from the film, Life Of Pi in pivotal roles.

  • Katrina Kaif and her svelete body

    Katrina Kaif took B-town and her millions of fans by surprise when she recently performed at the IPL opening ceremony. The star performer of the evening Katrina showed off her svelte figure and ‘abs’ by performing on her hit dance numbers. Within no time, the social networking sites were flooded with people who started complimenting Katrina’s amazing dance performance and her abs- of course! “I had an injury a year ago, and

  • Foreign cricket boards earn handsomely through IPL

    Mumbai: The cricket boards of Sri Lanka, South Africa and New Zealand have together earned USD 10 lakh for releasing their players to play in IPL season 9 that commenced on April 9. Cricket Sri Lanka has received USD 2.43 lakh (Rs 1.6 crore), Cricket South Africa USD 6.31 lakh (Rs 4.2 crore) and New Zealand Cricket USD 1.73 lakh (Rs 1.1 crore) for release of their players to play for various franchises

  • The ever so graceful: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

    The timeless beauty Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is evidently known for her grace and elegance. She has stolen many hearts since the time she was crowned Miss World. There is no doubt that she is one of the most popular icons across the world owing to her international work and connects.

  • Nargis Fakhri dispises Mandana karimi

    Things have soured between Mandana and her arch rival Nargis Fakhri, as was evident on a recent item song. Actress Nargis Fakhri will be seen alongside Emraan Hashmi in Balaji’s next Azhar.

  • Dance for all:Pernia Qureshi

    Pernia Qureshi wears many hats by being an actress, a fashion entrepreneur and a classical dancer. Recently, he presented her production Chandni Raatein- Love and Dance Under The Moonlight, which was a sonorous mixture of the dance arts of Kathak and Kuchipudi, under the able guidance of her gurus Kumudini Lakhia and Raja and Radha Reddy.

  • Rajkumar Rao is workaholic

    National award winner Rajkumar Rao has been dissolved in shooting back to back films! The actor who has recently visited Chattisgarh for shooting his forthcoming film Newton has just wrapped up with the film! However, Rajkumar has been going the chameleon way as far as his film shoots are concerned! From one film to another there is no stopping to the actor. The actor has been shooting for over 200 Days in total! From

  • Vijender to square off against Frenchman Matiouze Royer next

    London: Indian boxing star Vijender Singh will take on experienced Frenchman Matiouze Royer in his fifth professional bout here on April 30. The unbeaten Indian, who has won all his previous four bouts via knockouts, will fight on the undercard of Billy Joe Saunders’ world title defence against Max Bursak at Stratford’s Copper Box Arena.

  • Darshan Kumar gets it right

    The talented actor Darshan Kumar who has proved his mettle as an actor in his previous movies will be seen in a very distinctive and important role in Omung Kumar’s upcoming biopic Sarabjit. The actor will be portraying the role of, Awais Sheikh a Pakistani lawyer who left no stone unturned to get justice for Sarbjit. Darshan who is doing his second biopic with national award winner Omung Kumar is known to

  • Vicky Khushal is on a roll

    The best debutant of 2015 after winning many accolades and awards is back again! This time with a 360 degree shift of heard, Vicky Kaushal is set to stun the audience with his intense role in RR 2.0, directed by Anurag Kashyap.

  • No similarity in Robert De Niro’s ‘The Fan’ and my film: SRK

    New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan says his upcoming film “Fan” and Hollywood star Robert De Niro’s “The Fan” are entirely different films. There were speculations online about similarities between the YRF thriller and the 1996 American movie when the trailer of SRK’s movie first came out.

  • Sanjay Leela Bhansali debuts with marathi film

    Known for offering something new and unique to the audience, Sanjay Leela Bhansali is taking a step forward and is now ready to release his debut Marathi film Laal Ishq- Gupit Aahe Saakshila on 27th May 2016. Since its announcement, the movie is the talk of the town with a rising excitement.