Free Press Journal
  • Irfan Khan

    5 times Irrfan showed us his fun side 

    There is no doubt that Irrfan khan in term of acting and dialogue delivering is better than all the other Khans of Bollywood, we haven’t seen him doing much comical roles, however the one’s that we have seen and heard have been extremely loved and cherished.

  • Datsun redi-Go launch in 1st week of June

    The Datsun redi-Go which made its world debut in Delhi earlier today is set to reach the customers in the first week of June. Unveiling the car, Datsun’s top officials announced that bookings for the small car will commence on 1st of May.

  • The stately SUV is expected to be priced at around INR 4 crores (ex-showroom).

    The Bentley Bentayga, the world’s most powerful SUV, is all set to be launched in India on April 21, reports Autocar India. The British luxury marque’s first ever SUV will be primarily targeting existing Bentley customers. It has no direct rivals until the Rolls Royce Cullinan enters the scene.

  • Govt to mobilise Rs 1 lk cr investment in ports: Modi

    Mumbai: Seeking Rs 1 lakh crore investment in developing sea ports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today promised to personally handhold investors for a “safe, secure and satisfactory” berthing so as to transform country’s 7,500-km long coastline an “engine of growth”.

  • Did ‘Quantico’ to break stereotyping of Indian actors abroad: Priyanka

    New Delhi: Actress Priyanka Chopra, who has carved out a niche for herself in western showbiz through her lead role in American TV series “Quantico”, says she said ‘yes’ to the show to break the stereotypical image that many have about Indian cinema and actors abroad.

  • Second Innings

    Getting back to direction after eight years, Director Akashdeep talks to Viraj Sawant about his new innings in Bollywood and gathering a mammoth of a cast for his upcoming film Santa Banta Pvt Ltd.

  • Stayed true to the story for “Sarbjit”: Omung Kumar

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Omung Kumar, who is bringing his next biopic “Sarbjit”, says he has tried to stay true to the subject without taking any creative liberties. “We have made this true to the heart. We have followed the exact story of what Dalbir (Kaur)(Sarabjit’s sister) has told us,” Omung said when asked if he has taken any creative liberty for the film.

  • Zero enrolment in Telangana schools; irked SC seeks report

    New Delhi: Taking strong note of the fact that almost 400 government schools in the new state of Telangana have “zero enrolment”, the Supreme Court has sought a report from an experts’ panel on reasons for non-participation of children.

  • 4G

    India’s 3G, 4G customers to expand to 300 mn by March 2018: Report

    New Delhi: India’s 3G and 4G subscribers have tripled to 120 million in 24 months but as affordability increases, the market will expand to 300 million by March 2018, a recent report by independent brokerage and investment group CLSA said here.

  • Ukraine parliament appoints pro-EU Groysman as PM

    Kiev: Ukraine’s parliament today appointed pro-Western speaker Volodymyr Groysman as Prime Minister in a bid to end months of political gridlock and unlock vital aid to the war torn-state. Lawmakers voted by 257 to 50 to approve the resignation of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk — condemned by President Petro Poroshenko for losing the public’s trust — and select Groysman in the first cabinet overhaul since Ukraine’s 2014 pro-EU revolt. “I understand my responsiblities,” the

  • Mary Kom named AIBA ambassador for Women’s World C’ship

    New Delhi: Iconic Indian woman boxer M C Mary Kom today added another honour to her list of accolades as she was named one of the eight ambassadors for the upcoming World Championships by the International Boxing Association (AIBA). An elated Mary Kom (51kg), who has five World Championship gold medals to her credit, said she feels honoured by the AIBA’s gesture.

  • India leads world In environmental conflicts

    There are more environmental conflicts in India than any other country, and more clashes are over water (27 perccent) than any other cause, according to the recently released Global Environmental Justice Atlas (EJAtlas).

  • Sadhguru

    The pain of ignorance

    Most people don’t know the pain of ignorance because they cover themselves up with their belief systems. Belief systems never liberate you but they will give you solace for today. “Oh! God is looking after me, my father’s atman is looking after me.” Such beliefs will make you sleep well but they will not liberate you. They will only entangle you.

  • Duke and Duchess of Cambridge seek blessings in Thimphu temple

    Thimphu (Bhutan): The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge began their two-day tour of Bhutan after landing at Paro airport on Thursday morning. On arrival, the royal couple were greeted by the King’s sister Princess Chhimi Yangzom and her husband, and presented them with two ceremonial scarves each called Khadhar.

  • B S Yeddyurappa

    Yeddy takes charge as state BJP chief, sets 150 seat target  

    Bengaluru: Former Karnataka chief minister B S Yeddyurappa today assumed charge as state BJP President and set an ambitious target of having an absolute majority by winning 150 seats in the 224-member House in the 2018 Assembly polls.

  • Maple syrup, the new brain food

    Washington D.C: A team of researchers has tagged maple syrup as a promising option in protecting brain neurons and nurturing young minds.

  • mehbooba mufti

    Mehbooba meets Amit Shah amid fresh Kashmir violence

    New Delhi: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday met Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah here amid simmering anger in the Kashmir Valley over the death of four civilians during the week in clashes with security forces.