Free Press Journal
  • Flash floods in Afghanistan kill 38 overnight

    Kabul: Afghan officials say flash floods in Northern provinces have killed at least 38 people overnight. Remote, northern areas of Afghanistan often see flash floods triggered by heavy rains, which also cause landslides.

  • Suu Kyi reaches out to rebels

    Yangon: Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi today vowed to press for greater autonomy for the nation’s ethnic minorities, in an early move to soothe the rebellions roiling the country after her party’s ascent to power.

  • Uruguay storms kill seven

    Colonia Suiza: Storms and floods in Uruguay have killed seven people and driven 2,000 from their homes in recent days, authorities said today.

  • Ecuador still on the brink

    Rescuers in desperate search for survivors of killer quake

  • South Korea says North preparing nuclear test

    Seoul: South Korean President Park Geun-Hye on Monday said North Korea appeared to be readying for a fifth nuclear test in defiance of tightened UN sanctions imposed after its last test in January. “Signs that it is preparing a fifth nuclear test have recently been detected,” Park told a cabinet meeting.

  • Muslim student in US kicked off flight

    Los Angeles: A 26-year-old Muslim student in the US, who was talking on the phone about a question on the Islamic State he asked to the UN Secretary-General, was booted from a Southwest flight after another passenger felt threatened when he spoke in Arabic.

  • SPF30 sunscreens may delay onset of skin cancer

    Washington: Application of sunscreen with a sun protection factor 30 (SPF30) prior to exposure to sunlight may delay the onset of skin cancer, a new study has claimed.

  • China does the unthinkable

    Lands 1st military plane on disputed SCS reef, dares its neighbours

  • Scariest character I have ever played: Shahid

    Actor Shahid Kapoor says his character of a drug-addict rockstar in the forthcoming movie “Udta Punjab” is the scariest character that he has ever played. However, he says, “It was a challenge that I needed to take up.”

  • May the best ‘killer’ win: RGV

    He may have been his mentor and collaborator once, but filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma is now all set for a box office clash with former friend Anurag Kashyap. Varma’s comeback film will release on May 27, the same day as Kashyap’s drama-thriller “Raman Raghav”.

  • The Fan Inside Sayani Gupta

    Sayani Gupta is perhaps one of the most promising break through names in the recent times in Bollywood. She made a confident debut with a stellar performance in Margarita With a Straw which went onto become a raving critical success.

  • Change is inevitable: Amitabh Bachchan

    He has been in the business for the longest time and to be able to evolve and embrace the changes that time brings is something we all should learn from the man himself.

  • A masterclass with Sriram Raghavan

    After a successful Masterclass with director Imtiaz Ali, Humaramovie, a cutting-edge digital content studio, recently hosted the second edition with the writer-director Sriram Raghavan at YouTube Space Mumbai, Whistling Woods International.

  • Meet brothers are on a roll

    Seems like the euphoria of Baby Doll and Chittiyaan Kaliyaan is still afresh in the minds of the audience . Just when people labelled them as musicians who excel in churning out female oriented songs, Meet Bros, Manmeet Singh and Harmeet Singh decided to break the image. Their recent songs ‘Most Wanted Munda’ from KI AND KA and ‘Girl I Need You’ from BAAGHI give the the male crooners Earl Edger and

  • India seeks China’s help to unravel IS plot to expand in country

    New Delhi: India has sought Chinese help to unravel the conspiracy of ISIS to spread its tentacles in the sub-continent and asked for details of the ‘chat conversation’ an alleged Islamic State recruit from Maharashtra had with his handlers in Syria and Iraq.

  • Omung and Richa hold “Sarbjit” very close to their heart

    The digital world was recently bombarded with a series of powerful posters of Omung Kumar’s upcoming biopic SARBJIT. While the industry, audience and media are showering the makers of the movie with positive feedbacks, the man behind the stunning posters is no one other than the sailor of the ship- Omung Kumar.The national award winning director and a renowned art designer, has done the creative designing of the newly launchedposters of the

  • Bentley Bentayga snapped in India ahead of launch on 22nd April

    Bentley’s five-doors, four-seat SUV, Bentayga is all set to be launched in India. Making its global debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show last year, Bentley Bentayga production commenced later same year on 27th November at their state of the art plant in Crewe, England.

  • Royal Enfield Himalayan to launch in New Zealand this year

    The Royal Enfield Himalayan may be purpose-built to traverse the mighty Himalayas but that doesn’t mean that the adventure tourer has its eyes set of export markets. Royal Enfield has recently appointed an official importer and distributor for New Zealand and according to Stuff.co.nz, the Himalayan would be launched in the country in middle of the year.