Free Press Journal
  • Zampa, Dinda help Pune restrict Delhi to 121/6

    Visakhapatnam: Adam Zampa and Ashok Dinda shared the spoils by grabbing three wickets each as Rising Pune Supergiants produced a disciplined bowling effort to restrict Delhi Daredevils to 121 for six in their IPL match here today.

  • Undercover probe uncovers sickening treatment of dogs

    London: The ruthlessness of Britain’s dog trade has been exposed by a documentary which shows farmers keeping hundreds of bitches locked in giant sheds for breeding dogs, the country’s favourite pet, on an industrial scale.

  • I am fighting for survival: Trump

    Washington: Donald Trump, who defeated 16 top political leaders of his party to become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has said that he does not consider himself as powerful and is fighting for survival.

  • Pak slain guv Taseer’s son narrates brutal ordeal in captivity

    Islamabad: Shahbaz Taseer, the son of Pakistan’s slain governor of Punjab province Salmaan Taseer, has given a chilling account of brutal torture during his half a decade-long captivity by ruthless Uzebk militants who flogged him, cut off his flesh and pulled out his nails.

  • World and regional powers set immediate, modest Syria goals

    Vienna: World and regional powers agreed today to try and turn Syria’s shaky pause in fighting into a comprehensive cease-fire as a step toward ending the five-year war that left hundreds of thousands dead and fueled the rise of Islamic extremists.

  • Top China official visit stirs anger in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong: One of China’s most powerful officials lands in Hong Kong today in an attempt to build bridges in the divided city, but the trip has already stirred anger among opponents.

  • Oil sites ordered evacuated as Canada wildfire flares up

    Montreal: Mandatory evacuation orders were issued for some 20 oil sands camps and facilities in Canada’s Alberta province due to smoke and flames from the Fort McMurray wildfire, regional emergency officials said.

  • Hindu teacher beaten up in B’desh for ‘anti-Islam’ remarks

    Dhaka: A Hindu school headmaster in Bangladesh was beaten up and made to do sit-ups in the presence of a local lawmaker for allegedly making disparaging statement against Islam, prompting the government to launch a probe into the incident.

  • Pak army chief assures China of full security to CPEC

    Beijing: Pakistan’s powerful Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif met top Chinese leadership here and assured them to provide full security to the ambitious USD 46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that passes through restive Balochistan province.

  • BBC ‘too Christian’, needed to diverse: internal review

    London: The BBC should give more airtime to Hindu, Sikh and Muslim religious programmes and diversify its programmming to balance out its “too Christian” output, an internal review by its own ethics committee has recommended.

  • Bombs hit markets in Baghdad Shiite areas, kill at least 54

    Baghdad: A wave of bombings struck outdoor markets in Shiite-dominated neighborhoods of Baghdad today, killing at least 54 people, officials said – the latest in deadly militant attacks far from the front lines in the country’s north and west where Iraqi forces are battling the Islamic State group.

  • “When it comes to personal life I am the person who would like to have certain privacy.”

    His indomitable verve and adeptness in displaying impeccable performance on screen has refined his persona as an actor of paramount elegance. No adjectives can adorn the magnificence of his performance, as he is leveled beyond extraordinary.  In an exclusive conversation, with The Free Press Journal, Mohit Raina of Colors popular Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat talks about his heroic characters, the show and more…

  • What’s cooking good lookin?

    Every time there’s a new film coming up, the co-stars are bound to get romantically linked even in real life. So we weren’t surprised when reports came suggesting that Shraddha Kapoor and Farhan Akhtar are the new couple in town.

  • Amrita Rao opens up about her wedding

    Amrita Rao got married and no one had a clue. It was only when her husband announced it on his social media pages did people learn of the event. She is married to RJ Anmol and the couple had been dating for 7 long years.

  • Juhi Chawla creates awareness about blood disorde

    Actress Juhi Chawla met thalassemic children at a treatment center here on Monday and did her bit to generate awareness about the inherited blood disorder. The Kolkata Knight Riders’ co-owner also donated around Rs. 1 lakh from her personal fund as a commitment to the cause. “She has committed Rs.10, 000 for every match that KKR wins. From 2011 she has been doing it.

  • kajal aggarwal’s first on-screen kiss with Randeep Hooda

    Kajal has apparently never done an on screen kiss, whether it be South films, or Bollywood. Since Deepak Tijori’s “Do Lafzon Ki Kahani” is anyways a love story Kajal was neither prepared, nor aware of a kissing scene whilst they were filming in Malaysia, and it was a shock to her when Randeep grabbed her and smooched her, while enacting the scene.

  • IPL: Pune wins toss, elect to bowl vs Delhi

    Visakhapatnam: Struggling Rising Pune Supergiants skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and elected to field against Delhi Daredevils in an Indian Premier League (IPL) tie at the VCA Stadium here on Tuesday.

  • Different avatars of Sonam Kapoor at Cannes

    Bollywood actress and fashion diva, Sonam Kapoor, regularly wows the Cannes red carpet with jaw dropping outfits. She never fails to stun with her sartorial choices.