Free Press Journal
  • IPL: Sunrisers Hyderabad restrict Gujarat Lions to 135/8

    Rajkot: Suresh Raina cracked 75 but Sunrisers Hyderabad managed to restrict Gujarat Lions to 135 for eight in 20 overs in an Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Thursday.

  • Shahid enjoying this new phase his career

    Actor Shahid Kapoor, who will be seen playing rockstar Tommy Singh in his forthcoming film “Udta Punjab”, says he is “enjoying” this phase of his career and feels good that he is getting chance to portray varied characters.

  • Sidharth and Katrina’s pictures show great chemistry in Baar Baar Dekho

    First look of Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif starrer Baar Baar Dekho is out and the duo look perfect together. Baar Baar Dekho is a time travel love story. The makers unveiled the first look of the film that reveals the sizzling chemistry between the lead pair. In the first picture, Sidharth and Katrina are seen sharing a smile, while in the other look Katrina is seen wearing glasses. This is the

  • Prateik Babbar brings his real life passion on screen

    Prateik Babbar, who has been missing from the silver screen for a while, is back to impress the audience and his fans with a new short film, THE GUITAR, which is a heartwarming story of a struggling musician and his wonderful gesture that changes a life forever.

  • Irrfan finishes a film in 25days straight

    The filming of Irrfan Khan’s upcoming international project Mostafa Sarwar Farooki’s highly anticipated drama NO BED OF ROSES has been finished.If sources are to be believed this has been the earliest by the globally recognised actor to wrap a film.

  • No longer a boy next door

    Vicky Kaushal is ready to shed that boy next door image with a possibility of an action film in his kitty. The young actor who is just two film old is being loved by many for his past performances and the actor is heard very keen to do an action film.

  • A Dharma film for Tamannah Bhatia?

    The beautiful Tamannah Bhatia is currently rising high in the south industry, last Telgu Flick OOPRI has received immense accolades and has been marked as a super-hit blockbuster. Last year the gorgeous diva was part of 500 crore club film BAAHUBALI: THE BEGINNING and with RohitShetty’s next opposite Ranveer Singh and Prabhudeva’s next opposite SonuSood, the actress has made way to make an impact in this year too.

  • Sarbjit trailer leaves his sister, Dalbir Singh teary eyed

    Omung Kumar’s Sarbjit is much awaited by everyone giving in to the incredibly response to thetrailer that they launched last week, taking the audience through the pain and agony of DalbirKaur played by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sarbjit Singh played by Randeep Hooda and Sukhpreet Kaur played by Richa Chadda. While the trailer has been really impactful and is still garnering a lot of thumbs ups from the audiences and critics,

  • Shuttler Prannoy sails into China Masters quarters

    Jiangsu (China): Indian ace shuttler H.S Prannoy produced a dominating performance as he raced into the quarter-finals of the China Masters after notching up a straight game victory over Daren Liew of Malaysia on Thursday.

  • Genes linked to happiness,depression found

    Washington: How happy we feel about life may be encoded in our genes, according to a new global study that identified genetic variants associated with feelings of well-being, depression and neuroticism.

  • Tell us by May 4 if flights to Shimla will be launched: SC

    New Delhi: Determined to ensure air connectivity to Shimla and the Northeast, Supreme Court today directed the government and its agencies to give a categorical answer on the issue by May 4 or attract orders fixing responsibility for the failure.

  • T. G. L. Iyer

    Quality of our Thoughts defines the quality of our lives

    Many of us measure our success by what others have done. Many of us have only a vague idea of what we ultimately want out of life. And even if we can describe it, we don’t translate that belief into our daily actions and decisions. If we can spell out an axiom we want to live by and repeat that axiom often, we may perhaps translate that success into an everyday habit.

  • Pachauri exits from TERI’s governing council

    New Delhi: Environmentalist R K Pachauri, accused of sexual harassment by his former women colleagues in the recent past, has stepped down as a member of the Governing Council of TERI “to get engaged in other interests”.

  • Gujarat: Only 21.74 per cent water left in 203 dams

    Ahmedabad: The Gujarat government has said all 203 small, medium and large dams in the state, including the Sardar Sarovar dam on the Narmada river, are now having 3503.87 million cubic meters of water in them, which is just 21.74 per cent of their actual storage capacity.

  • Micro 3D heart muscle created from stem cells

    Washington: Scientists have used stem cells to create three-dimensional (3D) human heart tissue that can be used to model diseases and test drugs, paving the way for precision medicine approaches to treat heart patients.