Free Press Journal
  • I saw my brother Sarabjit in Randeep: Dalbir Kaur

    Mumbai: She wanted to make a movie on Sarabjit Singh while he was in prison, but it was only after nearly two years of his death that Dalbir Kaur met actor Randeep Hooda prepping to play her brother on screen and felt he was perfect for ‘Sarbjit’.

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    Not deserting Telugu cinema: Harshvardhan Rane

    Mumbai: Telugu film star Harshvardhan Rane, who made his Bollywood debut with “Sanam Teri Kasam” this year, says he is not deserting Telugu cinema.

  • CBI probe sought into Jharkhand journalists’ killings

    Ranchi: An organisation of journalists in Jharkhand on Sunday demanded a probe either by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) or a Special Investigation Team (SIT) into the murders of four scribes ever since the state was formed in November 2000.

  • Trump has a mixed history with women: report

    Washington: Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has a mixed history with women, with crude remarks mixed with efforts to foster the career of female employees, The New York Times reported.

  • Telangana: Palair bypoll tomorrow; triangular contest expected

    Hyderabad: All arrangements are in place for the bypoll to Palair Assembly constituency of Khammam district in Telangana to be held tomorrow, authorities said. Thirteen candidates, including nine Independents, are contesting for the seat after Congress MLA from the constituency Ramreddy Venkat Reddy passed away in March this year.

  • Puducherry polls: Embattled Rangasamy banks on ‘alliance with people’ 

    Puducherry: The battle lines are drawn and N. Rangasamy, the incumbent chief minister of this union territory, is banking on his “alliance with the people”. The rivals are mincing no words though, targeting the ruling outfit for closure of factories, job loss and lack of infrastructure development.

  • Ball was turning, hence attacking field for Dhoni: Rajpoot

    Kolkata: Kolkata Knight Riders rookie pacer Ankit Rajpoot said it was a deliberate ploy from their captain Gautam Gambhir to employ five close-in fielders for rival skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni during the IPL match between two teams.

  • 30 killed in Yemen suicide bombing

    Aden: At least 30 people were killed on Sunday in a suicide bombing in Yemen’s Hadramout province.

  • Suspect arrested for editor’s murder in Bangladesh

    Dhaka: The Bangladeshi police on Sunday arrested a key suspect in connection with the murders of an editor and his friend for which a “Bangladesh branch” of Al Qaeda claimed responsibility.

  • IPL: Punjab opt to bat against Hyderabad

    Mohali: Kings XI Punjab captain Murali Vijay won the toss and opted to bat against Sunrisers Hyderabad in an Indian Premier League (IPL) game here on Sunday.

  • Clean chit to Pragya an insult to Karkare: Congress

    New Delhi: Congress leader Anand Sharma on Sunday attacked the central government, saying giving a clean chit to Sadhvi Pragya in the 2008 Malegaon blast case was an insult to police officer Hemant Karkare.

  • Three new Earth-like planets found, could sustain life

    Brussels: Michael Gillon and the team from the University of Liege started their research project five years ago. Only in September last year they discovered three planets orbiting around a nearby dwarf star known as Trappist 1.

  • Mary Kom

    Indian boxing going through its toughest time: Mary Kom

    New Delhi: It’s a tournament she has dominated like none but for the first time in her career, M C Mary Kom feels a sense of “disadvantage” heading into the World Championships and the star Indian boxer has promised to double the aggression to counter it in what would be her swansong appearance at the big event.

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    Saif to learn culinary skills for ‘Chef’ remake

    Mumbai: Actor Saif Ali Khan will train under top chefs and learn culinary skills to get his act right in the remake version of “Chef”. “Chef”, a 2014 American comedy drama, is written, produced and directed by Jon Favreau and is now set to be made in Hindi.