Free Press Journal
  • Tusshar Kapoor to play ruthless gangster in ‘Chicago Junction’

    Earlier we had reported that Tusshar Kapoor will play one of the major roles in the upcoming gangster flick Chicago Junction. However, shifting his attention from the series of comedy he is doing of late, Tusshar will be seen in a different avatar in this film.

  • Subramanian Swamy invited by Chinese think tank to visit Tibet

    New Delhi: Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy has been invited by a Chinese think tank to meet top officials of the Chinese government and visit Tibet, the BJP leader said today. Swamy will also address a university audience there at the invitation of Institute of Foreign Affairs, a think tank of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • Cannes is like pilgrimage for an actor: Sonal Sehgal

    Mumbai: Actress Sonal Sehgal, who is making her debut at the ongoing Cannes International Film Festival with her film “Mantostaan”, says the extravaganza is like a pilgrimage for an actor.

  • Nawazuddin off to Cannes, to be dressed by Jas Arora

    Mumbai: For his appearance at the 69th Cannes International Film Festival for the film “Raman Raghav 2.0”, critically acclaimed actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui will be dressed by his new friend, actor-model Jas Arora.

  • Court finds ‘sufficient’ evidence against Pachauri in sexual harassment case

    New Delhi : Trouble has mounted for environmentalist R.K. Pachauri, as a local court on Saturday took cognizance of the chargesheet filed against him, saying there were sufficient materials to proceed, while dropping one section of the IPC. The court said there were sufficient materials to proceed against Pachauri under section 354 A, 354 B, 354 D, 509 and 341 and so it dropped section 506 of the Indian Penal Code.

  • SBI seizes Goa villa of Vijay Mallya

    Panaji (Goa) : The government-owned State Bank of India (SBI) has seized a villa of debt-strapped liquor baron Vijay Mallya in Panaji, Goa. Mallya flew to London in March, under pressure from bankers seeking to recover about USD 1.4 billion owed by his collapsed Kingfisher Airline. The district magistrate gave an order in favour of banks to take physical possession of the Kingfisher Villa in Panaji town, which was venue of many famous

  • Violence mars Jharkhand bandh, over 550 people arrested

    Ranchi: More than 550 people, including an MLA, were arrested across Jharkhand during the 24-hour bandh called by JMM in the state even as two vehicles were set on fire and some others damaged. A stationary bus for the employees of Tata Motors was torched by bandh supporters in the early hours in Jamshedpur, Deputy Superintendent of Police (Jamshedpur-HQ-1) K N Mishra said. Glass panes of some other vehicles were broken and blockades

  • Curtly Ambrose replaced as Windies bowling coach

    Melbourne: West Indies pace legend Curtly Ambrose has been replaced by Roderick Estwick as bowling coach for next month’s one-day international triangular series against Australia and South Africa. Estwick, the former West Indies A player, will join the national squad for their pre-tournament camp this week. He had served as a bowling coach for Barbados in domestic cricket and had previously worked with under-19s players at both domestic and international level, reported.

  • iCare to provide innovative ‘Child Healthcare Solutions’ in schools

    New Delhi : iCare, a leading organization working in the area of new-age child health care announces that it is going to partner with leading schools in the country. Through these partnerships, iCare will offer innovative healthcare solutions for children at school level. Headquartered in India and branched in Singapore and USA, iCare is an organization working in the area of new-age Child Health care. In a world which is so fast paced

  • Karan Bipasha

    ‘Burnt crisp’ Bipasha flaunts honeymoon days

    New Delhi: Bipasha Basu’s social media handles are over loaded with snaps of love, life and happiness from the time she announced her marriage with Karan Singh Grover and now, she is flaunting her ‘tanned’ self from her honeymoon diaries of Maldives.

  • Justice Navin Sinha sworn-in as new CJ of Raj High Court

    Jaipur: Justice Navin Sinha was today sworn-in as the new chief justice of the Rajasthan High Court. Governor Kalyan Singh administered the oath to the new chief justice. Sinha was earlier the chief justice of the Chhattisgarh high court.

  • Diet to keep you cool and glowing during summer

    Intake of enough water, seasonal fruits and fluids is the best, cheapest and easiest way to keep glowing skin and gorgeous looking hair during summer. But there are a host of other remedies as well to keep you cool — in looks and in spirits!

  • Depression makes recovery from cancer tough

    London: People with depression are significantly less likely to recover well after treatment for colorectal cancer compared to those without depression, new research has found. The new study showed that one in five colorectal cancer patients are depressed at the time of diagnosis. These people are seven times more likely to have ‘very poor health’, which could include things like severe difficulty with walking around or being confined to bed, two years

  • India unveils intellectual property rights policy

    New Delhi: The Indian cabinet has given its approval to the country’s first Intellectual Rights Property (IRP) policy in a bid to give an impetus to ease of doing business in the country.