Free Press Journal
  • ‘Cancer survivor’ Sharon Osbourne, daughter had a cake fight for cancer

    Melbourne: Celebrities often come out to support good causes in different and quirky ways. Recently, Sharon Osbourne and her daughter Kelly Osbourne had a cake fight for a good cause. The 63-year-old television host and the 31-year-old singer enjoyed a messy cake fight as ambassadors of Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life, Channel.24 reports.

  • Gujarat’s Dwayne Bravo fined 50 percent match fee

    Kanpur: Gujarat Lions’ Dwayne Bravo was on Sunday fined 50 percent of his match fee for breaching the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) code of conduct during his team’s match against Mumbai Indians at Green Park Stadium in Kanpur on the previous day.

  • ‘Self obsessed’ Kanye West ‘never apologises’ to anyone

    Melbourne: Celebrities are known for their starry tantrums. However, it seems like Kanye West is a notch higher than all. Steve Stanulis, the former bodyguard of the 38-year-old rapper, revealed that West is so pampered that he did not even press his own lift buttons, adding he is such a control freak that he only allows his staff to wear plain black outfit, reports.

  • Ayushmann tries Chaplin-inspired look for ‘Meri Pyaari Bindu’

    Mumbai: Getting rid of his thick beard, actor Ayushmann Khurrana tried out a moustache which was inspired by Charlie Chaplin, Adolf Hitler and Indian comedian Mehmood for his upcoming project “Meri Pyaari Bindu”. The actor was seen sporting a scruffy look for the film, which also stars Parineeti Chopra, and took to Twitter to share the new look.

  • I see an outset of a footballing atmosphere in India: Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: With India gearing up to host the FIFA U-17 World Cup next year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said he sees the “outset of a footballing atmosphere” in the country that longs to one day compete in the sport’s showpiece event. For the third time in three months, football played an important part in the PM’s address to the nation. During his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme, Modi called for creation

  • SRK, Gauri attend son’s graduation ceremony in London

    London: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and wife Gauri attended their elder son Aryan’s graduation ceremony here . Aryan, 18, graduated from Sevenoaks School in London. Besides Aryan, his sister Suhana also turned 16 today. Proud father Shah Rukh tweeted, “Today the only negative is that my kids have grown up… Now to wait till they start believing in fairy tales again…”

  • Bhutan PM to attend Mamata’s swearing-in ceremony

    Kolkata: Bhutan Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay will be among those in attendance during the swearing-in ceremony of Mamata Banerjee as West Bengal Chief Minister for the second consecutive term on May 27.

  • Pulkit Samrat, Yami Gautam’s ‘Junooniyat’ trailer is out

    New Delhi: After wooing the audience with their sizzling chemistry in ‘Sanam Re’, Yami Gautam and Pulkit Samrat are all set to ablaze the stage yet again in the upcoming movie ‘Junooniyat’. The trailer, which has been released, shows the sizzling chemistry of the 32-year-old actor and the 27-year-old actress, clearly indicating that the upcoming film will depict a passionate love story.

  • Paris Hilton suffers wardrobe malfunction

    London: Socialite Paris Hilton suffered a wardrobe malfunction when she revealed nipple cover in very semi-sheer dress. Hilton, 35, was photographed when she strutted her stuff out of restaurant Ours in London on Saturday night, where she accidentally revealed her nude nipple cover, reports

  • Car crash lands Calvin Harris in hospital

    Melbourne: Calvin Harris was recently hospitalised after he met with a horrifying car accident in Los Angeles. The 32-year-old Scottish star, who was on his way to the airport to catch a flight to Las Vegas for his regular Friday night DJ set at Omnia nightclub when the accident took place, has been treated for cuts to his face, but has been advised rest, reports

  • NEET is a Centre initiative, why would we oppose it: Nadda

    New Delhi: Severely condemning the ‘politics’ being played over the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), Union Health Minister J.P. Nadda on Sunday asserted that anyone purporting that the Centre was against the examination was grossly mistaken.

  • Kiran Bedi appointed Puducherry Lt. Governor

    New Delhi: BJP leader and former IPS officer Kiran Bedi has been appointed Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry, a Rashtrapati Bhawan communque said on Sunday.

  • Trollers are my biggest fans, says Abhishek Bachchan

    Mumbai: Abhishek Bachchan often gets trolled and faces negative comments by twitterati, but he is not perturbed by all such negativity in the virtual world. The actor says he has no hard feelings against them, and instead calls them his “biggest fans”.

  • Today, the only negative is that my kids have grown up: SRK

    Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan is in awe of how fast time flies. The superstar, who seemed to be in a gloomy mode, says the only “negative” thing at present is that his kids have grown up. The actor took to social media to reminisce about the time gone by on his daughter Suhana’s birthday and after son Aryan’s graduation day.

  • Kohli makes you stand up and applaud: Shastri

    Kolkata: Indian cricket team director Ravi Shastri on Sunday spoke highly of Virat Kohli saying that his batting makes one stand up and applaud.

  • internet freedom

    Internet services suspended in Kupwara in wake of encounter

    Srinagar: Internet services were suspended in Kupwara district of Kashmir today as authorities apprehended misuse of social media in the wake of killing of five militants in an encounter yesterday over which there have been protests by some locals.

  • Varsity all decked up for Jaya’s swearing-in

    Chennai: The Madras University Centenary Auditorium here is all decked up for the swearing-in ceremony of AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa, who will be sworn in as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister for the sixth time, tomorrow.

  • Top US commander makes secret visit to Syria

    Northern Syria: On a secret trip to Syria, the new commander of US forces in the Middle East has said he felt a moral obligation to enter a war zone to check on his troops and make his own assessment of progress in organizing local Arab and Kurd fighters for what has been a slow campaign to push the Islamic State out of Syria.