Free Press Journal
  • Gulshan Grover

    No one can play my ‘Badman’ character: Gulshan Grover

    Noida: Veteran actor Gulshan Grover, who came into limelight through his portrayal of Kesariya Vilayati (also known as ‘Bad Man’) in 1989 blockbuster “Ram Lakhan”, says no actor can play the famous character better than him.

  • Australian bad boys warned to improve behaviour before Rio Olympics

    Johannesburg : Australian controversial tennis stars Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios have been advised to improve their behaviour in order to avoid facing a ban from the upcoming Rio Olympics. Earlier this week, Tomic had attracted a torrent of criticism when he gave up on the last point of his first-round match against Italian Fabio Fognini by holding his racquet the wrong way round at the Madrid Masters. He then aggravated the

  • Edelweiss AMC limits new collections for arbitrage fund

    Mumbai: The arbitrage fund of Edelweiss AMC has decided to restrict new fund applications of above Rs 2 lakh from May 11 to maintain high-quality investment, but will keep the door open to those below the cut-off mark. The scheme has already collected over Rs 1,300 crore. “The arbitrage fund of Edelweiss AMC has restricted AUM collection from May 11 as we believe that in the interest of customers, we need to

  • Kaabil’s teaser looks intense

    Hrithik Roshan’s upcoming film KAABIL’s teaser is out. The teaser came as a surprise for all Hrithik fans as the news of the film going on floor appeared a few days back and soon after that the makers of the film released the trailer of the film.

  • Cameroon footballer Patrick Ekeng dies after collapsing on ground

    Johannesburg: Cameroon midfielder Patrick Ekeng has tragically passed away after falling to the ground while playing a league match with his Romanian club Dinamo Bucharest last evening.  The 26-year-old collapsed on the pitch without any contact with another player just minutes after he came in as a substitute during the match, Sport24 reported.

  • Fawad reveals his dark side

    The handsome hunk from Pakistan won hearts with his performance in KAPOOR AND SONS and looking at his fan following, he is here to stay for long. In an exclusive chat with HI BLITZ, he talks about his dark side and his shyness for the camera.

  • Srikanth to skip Thomas Cup

    New Delhi:  Having qualifying for the Rio Olympics after a hectic schedule last month, India’s top shuttler K Srikanth has decided to skip the BWF Thomas Cup, starting on May 15 in Kunshan, China.”No, I’m not playing. I need to be at my best for Indonesia Open. So after the hectic schedule, will take a break to train and prepare for the Olympics,” Srikanth said. With Srikanth sitting out, the onus will

  • Little Aradhya inspires Amitabh Bachchan

    Amitabh Bachchan talks to Shubarna Mukherji Shu about the inspiring women in his life and also tells her why he is uncomfortable in his present look.

  • Shah Rukh Khan is my idol: Anshuman Malhotra

    Mumbai: It was a “fan boy” moment for actor Anshuman Malhotra when he got to shoot on the same location in Kashmir where Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan shot some sequences for 2012 romantic drama film “Jab Tak Hai Jaan”. Anshuman says he considers Shah Rukh as his “idol”.

  • The Hangman’s Journal

    Based on Pillai’s life, The Hangman’s Journal takes us into the mind of a man struggling to come to terms with his dharma, his conscience, and his shame.

  • IPL: Formidable Mumbai face confident Hyderabad

    Visakhapatnam: Refreshed and relaxed after a week’s break, a formidable Mumbai Indians will be raring to go when they take on a resurgent Sunrisers Hyderabad in a league tie of the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Sunday. As the port city gears up to host the second match of the weekend double header, Mumbai would hope to continue their winning spree at their new home ground — the Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy

  • Flying in high winds

    Candid, enlightening and with doses of tongue-in-cheek humour, this book showcases Indian bureaucracy in a new light.

  • Shot, murder

    Mayor candidate shot dead in Philippine election violence

    Manila: A candidate for mayor in the southern Philippines was shot dead today, police said, bringing to at least 15 the number of people killed in violence related to national elections. The Philippines has a long tradition of political violence – fuelled by lax gun laws, politicians with private armies and corrupt law enforcement agencies – and dozens of people are killed each election campaign.

  • Lions look to topple consistent KKR

    Kolkata: Stung by three successive losses, Indian Premier League (IPL) newcomers Gujarat Lions will aim to bounce back when they meet the in-form Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at the Eden Gardens here on Sunday. Gujarat have been the team to watch out for from the beginning of the season. They kicked-off their campaign with a series of wins, but lately they have been struggling. On Friday night they suffered a five-wicket loss

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    Rain brings respite in many parts of Tamil Nadu

    Chennai: Rain in many parts of Tamil Nadu brought respite to the people from the sizzling temperature, with Padalur in Perambalur recording the highest of 13 cm.

  • MPCC Chief Ashok Chavan

    Ashok Chavan hits out at Modi, Maha CM over drought

    Osmanabad: Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president Ashok Chavan, who is on a two-day visit to the district, today hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over the drought problem in the state.

  • MPCC Chief Ashok Chavan

    Liquor, chloroform spirit in large quantity seized in Bihar

    Patna: In the wake of total prohibition in Bihar, a rich haul of foreign brand alcohol and chloroform spirit used for manufacturing illicit alcohol was seized from Danapur area late last night during a drive, senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj said today.