Free Press Journal
  • IPL 2016:Mumbai Indians vs Delhidaredevils

    On a roll after a poor start, Delhi Daredevils would look to complete a hat-trick of victories with yet another impressive performance on home turf when they take on defending champions Mumbai Indians in an Indian Premier League encounter.

  • Bangla professor hacked to death by ISIS militants

    Dhaka: An English professor on way to his university in northwestern Bangladesh was today hacked to death by ISIS militants near his home, the latest in a series of brutal attacks on bloggers, intellectuals and activists by the dreaded group in the Muslim-majority country.

  • Nepal journo Dixit admitted to ICU for high blood pressure

    Kathmandu: Veteran Nepalese journalist Kanak Mani Dixit, who was arrested by an anti-graft body for allegedly misappropriating a huge amount of money by misusing his public post, was today admitted to the ICU of a hospital here after he complained of high blood pressure.

  • N Korea tests sub-launched missile: South

    Seoul: North Korea today tested what appeared to be a submarine launched ballistic missile in the Sea of Japan, the South Korean defence ministry said.

  • Ehading: Shape-shifting!

    From shaving the inches to silence their critics to drastically altering their physique for the requirements of a role, shape-shifting is suddenly the big (pun not intended) thing in B-town tells Viraj Sawant.

  • ‘Adorable’ Prince George wows Obama in pyjamas

    London: Barack Obama has described Prince George as “adorable” after the 2-year-old son of Prince William and Kate Middleton was allowed to stay up past his bed-time to meet the US President.

  • Devendra fadnavis

    Those who do not know India’s history have no future: Fadnavis

    Mumbai: Underlining the importance of conserving and exhibiting India’s ancient culture, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said those who do not know the country’s rich history may have a present but certainly no future. “To understand our culture, it is best to understand our ancient coins, notes and off late stamps. These can help us in understanding what we were. Currencies of ancient times play a very important role in showing us

  • Two ‘key persons’ behind Deonar dumping yard fires held

    Mumbai: Two scrap dealers, said to be “chiefly responsible” for the massive fires at the Deonar dumping yard in the city, were today arrested, police said. Atiq Ahmed Khan and Rafiq Ahmed Khan, both residents of Govandi area, were apprehended this morning by Shivaji Nagar Police and are the ones ‘chiefly responsible’ behind the fire incidents at the dumping ground, DCP Zone-VI Sangramsing Nishandar said.

  • Look who’s laughing

    In a town notorious for its ultra-thin skins and eggshell-fragile egos, suddenly it’s uber cool to become the willing butt of all jokes – laugh at yourself and apparently the world has no choice but stand up and applaud.

  • True blue Fan Girl moment for Waluscha

    The successful opening of Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan at the Box Office seems to have become talk of the town. And basking in the glory of it is our very own Fan debutante Waluscha De Sousa, who kickstarts her Bollywood dream journey playing the superstar’s wife on screen. And playing King Khan’s lady love does have its perks!

  • Delhi post 164-4 against Mumbai in IPL-9

    New Delhi: Put into bat, Delhi Daredevils posted 164 for four against Mumbai Indians in their IPL match at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium here today.

  • Chetanya Adib joins Siya Ke Ram

    Actor Chetanya Adib, best known for his roles in shows like “Saat Phere – Saloni Ka Safar” and “Balika Vadhu”, will next be seen playing Jatayu’s character in popular mythological show “Siya Ke Ram”.

  • Mizu Shingen Mochi – The Zero Calorie Cake

    FPJ brings to you the Raindrop cake that is making waves in the culinary world along with some other interesting Japanese desserts.

  • “Modern Sita is an independent woman who can speak her mind and voice her opinion”, says Madirakshi Mundle

    Her immense dedication to her profession is evident from the excellence in her performance. Encircled with beauty and elegance, she revived history on small screen with an epic drama that brings Ramayana from the perspective of Sita. Talking exclusively with The Free Press Journal, Madirakshi Mundle speaks about her show Siya Ke Ram, the Indian history and much more…

  • SRK wants kids to first finish studies then enter Bollywood

    Superstar Shah Rukh Khan wants his children, Aryan and Suhana to complete their education first and then have a career in showbiz. “I am a big believer in education, so they (his kids) have to finish studying first. My son will graduate. He has finished his 12th and he will have four years of college. My daughter is in school, she has two years of school and four years of college. The

  • Weekly prediction 24 to 30 April 2016

    Aries:- Start of the week will bring some tense situation at home which might make your mind little unstable. There might be also health related problems. Venus changing its position will blossom your close relationship. There are chances you may find a good mate in coming days. Business matters or legal matters must be taken to priority first now. Those in sports and music sector will do well. Increments or promotion is