Free Press Journal
  • Theri

    Vijay’s ‘Theri’ off to a flyer in the US

    Chennai: Tamil superstar’s Vijay’s latest outing “Theri” has registered a record opening of $251,123 from premiere shows in US, making it the third best after Rajinikanth’s “Enthiran” and “Lingaa”.

  • Quirky cocktails in Mumbai you just can’t get past

    As the scorching heat of the summer seeps in, Mumbai prescribes itself a chill pill to a refreshment ecstasy. Sipping on the regular martinis and shots is too mundane for summer’16. Mixologists have taken their hubs a notch higher and introduced some fad in their den. This season guzzle up on some out of the box thirst quenchers as they hit the right notes in getting your spirits high.

  • Photos Autumn / Winter 2016

    A model presents a creation by Giorgio Armani fashion house during the Autumn / Winter 2016 show “Black Velvet” in Moscow.

  • North Korea missile launch failed

    Washington D.C.: South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff has announced that North Korea’s attempt to fire a missile from its eastern coast ended in failure.

  • Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif

    Scoop Katrina Kaif to re-unite with Salman Khan for Kshanam

    Sajid Nadiadwala has just acquired the Hindi film rights of the Telugu blockbuster ‘Kshanam’. The Hindi version, we can tell you, will undergo many changes including the main lead. Sajid’s best friend and ‘Kick’ lead Salman Khan will play the role of the NRI who comes home to search for his former girlfriend’s missing daughter.

  • Japan earthquake: Nine killed, more aftershocks expected

    Washington D.C.: The deadly earthquake which struck Japan yesterday has left at least nine people dead and stict caution is being maintained as more aftershocks are expected.

  • India to get $250 mn for renewables from New Development Bank

    Washington: The New Development Bank, the latest multilateral funding institution in the financial world, has sanctioned a $250-million loan for India to fund its ambitious scheme on new and renewable energy, a top finance ministry official has said.

  • Fresh New Zealand troops leave for Iraq mission

    Wellington: The third rotation of New Zealand troops has departed to Australia to prepare to help train Iraqi soldiers in the fight against Islamic State extremists, the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) said on Friday.

  • Denying Pak claims, Kirpal Singh’s family demand for post-mortem

    Mustafabad (Punjab): The family members of Kirpal Singh, the Indian prisoner, who died under mysterious circumstances in a Lahore jail, have denied Pakistan’s claim that he died of a heart attack and demand post-mortem to ascertain the facts.

  • Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders spar in Brooklyn debate

    New York: Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton and her rival Bernie Sanders aggressively challenged each other on Thursday night’s Democratic debate in Brooklyn, New York, sparring over issues like how high to raise the minimum wage and gun control.

  • Second phase of odd-even scheme starts in Delhi

    New Delhi: Delhi government’s second phase of odd-even traffic scheme which aims at battling pollution in the national capital started on Friday.

  • Restrictions imposed in Srinagar to thwart protests

    Srinagar: Authorities on Friday imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar and Kashmir’s Kupwara district to thwart protests called by the separatists against the killing of four people.