Free Press Journal
  • On a high, Trump says party unity is nice, but not necessary

    Washington: For Donald Trump, party unity is a good thing. But he’s making clear he won’t change his views or soften his rhetoric to get it. “Look, I’m going to get millions and millions of votes more than the Republicans would have gotten” without me, Trump said.

  • IPL 2016: Rare failure for Kohli as RCB score 175/6 vs KXIP

    Mohali: Virat Kohli had a one of his rarest failures in recent times as Royal Challengers Bangalore scored an impressive 175/6 against Kings XI Punjab riding on AB de Villiers’ stroke-filled 64 off 35 balls.

  • Belgian jihadist plotters ‘had bomb chemicals’

    Brussels: A Belgian terror cell with links to the Paris and Brussels attacks had acquired bomb-making chemicals before it was smashed by police last year, a judge said today at the opening of the trial of the cell’s members.

  • North Korea expels three BBC scribes, complains of coverage

    Pyongyang: North Korea on Monday expelled three BBC journalists it had detained days earlier for allegedly ‘insulting the dignity’ of the authoritarian country, which has invited scores of foreign media for its ongoing ruling party congress.

  • N Korea Congress party for nuclear weapons expansion

    Pyongyang: North Korea’s first ruling party congress for nearly 40 years formally endorsed leader Kim Jong-Un’s policy of expanding the country’s nuclear arsenal, as South Korea today dismissed his proposals for military talks and improved ties.

  • Massive fire in downtown Cairo injures 74 people

    Cairo: At least 74 people were injured after a massive fire engulfed a hotel and several nearby buildings in a busy low-price commercial area in downtown Cairo early on Monday, according to Egypt’s ambulance services.

  • Gutsy Alsatian saves lives of UK special troops from ISIS fighters

    London: A military dog has been hailed a hero after saving a team of British special forces from a group of 50 ISIS fighters who ambushed them in northern Iraq. It is believed that the SAS soldiers were returning from a 10-day training programme for Peshmerga fighters.

  • China landslide death toll mounts to 34

    Rescuers stand in silent tribute for people killed during a landslide in Taining County in China’s eastern Fujian province on Monday.

  • Bangladesh summons Pak envoy, slams reaction to war crimes trial

    Dhaka: Bangladesh on Monday summoned the Pakistani High Commissioner here to lodge a protest over Islamabad’s reaction to a Supreme Court judgment that confirmed the death penalty for Jamaat-e-Islami chief and 1971 war crimes convict Motiur Rahman Nizami.

  • IPL 2016: Vijay wins toss, invites RCB to bat

    Mohali: Kings XI Punjab skipper Murali Vijay won the toss and opted to bowl against Royal Challengers Bangalore in their IPL T20 cricket match, here today.

  • “Working with Naseer is like having a ball coming at you”

    Kalki Koechlin, the girl whose stories have people’s rapt attention, whose existence brings a smile to your face… in conversation with Shubarna Mukerji Shu about her upcoming movie “Waiting”.

  • Now, Congress too doubts Modi’s degrees

    New Delhi: The Congress on Monday questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s educational degrees, saying the documents presented by the BJP to clear the air raised more doubts than answers.

  • Professions don’t matter in love: Emraan

    Actor Emraan Hashmi feels that profession should not hinder one’s love life and people should willingly support their partner to overcome any challenge in life. Emraan, who will next be seen playing former cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin in the forthcoming film “Azhar”, appeared on a TV show along with his co-star Prachi Desai.

  • Disney on a high!

    There is success and then there is more success and finally there is a hattrick. Disney films have been on an express highway of success when it comes to their recent releases. Beginning with THE JUNGLE BOOK, then edging into BAAGHI and now the final one THE CIVIL WAR, there seems to be no stopping Disney.

  • Govt moves Uttarakhand budget bill in LS

    New Delhi: Amid opposition resistance, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today moved in the Lok Sabha the Uttarakhand budget for discussion, saying its passage was a constitutional requirement as “there was a serious doubt and cloud” whether the budget was approved by the state assembly on March 18.

  • Randeep Hooda is missing his horses!

    Who ever said that being an actor is a full time job has certainly never met Randeep Hooda. The man is always trying ways and means to increase his repertoire of work but then again there are only two things that really drive him absolutely and completely wild with passion. No, not his girls but his movies and his horses. The love he has for both of them has him sometimes awake

  • Sharman Joshi wants to experiment!

    He only surfaces when his films are coming up, there are no PRs hounding us saying we should shoot him in a different light, we are not even asked to promote him differently or any odd requests – Sharman Joshi only believes in keeping on working. But when we see him featuring in the trailer of horror films one does tend to wonder what it is that Sharman is upto now. Where