Free Press Journal
  • Never do films keeping in mind box office numbers: Aishwarya   

     Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan says she never works in a movie with the motive of minting big at the box office. Aishwarya said her latest release “Sarbjit” is getting an excellent word of mouth and is picking up across the country.

  • Fardeen Khan slams body shamers on social media    

    Actor Fardeen Khan has blasted people for trolli
    ng him on social media for his weight gain and said he is not ashamed of his body size. Recently, a picture of the “Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya” star showing his drastic weigh gain went viral. It became a subject of memes on Twitter and Facebook, reports PTI.

  • shah rukh khan

    “I was made to be a star” – Shah Rukh Khan

    The inimitable SHAH RUKH KHAN on disliking criticism, being a fakir in his personal life, becoming a star before he could be a fan, and more. All rise, says PRATISHTHA MALHOTRA, it is time for the King’s Speech!

  • Gulshan Deviah

    Gulshan’s Birthday Trivia

    Gulshan Devaiah is an actor, known for Ram-Leela, Shaitan and Hunterrr and now is set to appear in the film Cabaret opposite Richa Chadha which is to be released this June. He celebrates his birthday today and here are a few things you probably didn’t know about Gulshan. Here’s wishing the talented actor a very Happy Birthday.

  • It’s work cum vacation for Manish Paul

    After hosting the first season of Science of Stupid last year, Manish Paul is excited to host the second season of the funny and quirky show.

  • Tamannah Bhatia

    Be a friend like Tamannah Bhatia!

    The talented actress, Tamannah Bhatia who is currently busy with multiple commitments at work, be it shooting for her Prabhu Deva’s next or the sequel of the blockbuster movie ‘Baahubali: The Beginning  or endorsement shoots, the gorgeous actor is balancing it all!  Amidst her pack schedule, the diva doesn’t fail to remove time for her loved ones.

  • New method to reveal why your loan file was rejected

    New York: A new method developed by two Indian-origin engineers can provide important insights into how exactly a machine-learning algorithm comes to a decision to either accept or reject your loan application – something that usually remains a mystery.

  • Wasim Akram would have worried bowling against Kohli

    Karachi: Legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram had surely terrorized many batsmen during his playing days, but the former Pakistan skipper has admitted that he would have been worried to bowl against Indian batting star Virat Kohli. The 49-year-old was arguably one of the best fast bowlers of his era, having scalped a total of 916 wickets in both Tests and ODIs combined.

  • Afridi believes England conditions will test Pak youngsters

    Karachi: Former Pakistan T20 skipper Shahid Afridi believes the upcoming tour to England will pose a major challenge before the team’s youngsters, who will be accompanied by senior players Misbah-ul Haq and Younis Khan.

  • Paes, Bopanna advance in French Open men’s doubles

    Paris: India’s top men’s doubles stars Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna won their respective second-round matches in the French Open here on Friday. Sixth seeds Rohan Bopanna and Florin Mergea won their second-round men’s doubles French Open match, beating French pair Gregoire Barrere and Quentin Halys 6-3, 6-4 here on Friday.

  • Manipulating brain activity during deep sleep affects memory

    Tokyo: Japanese researchers have found that manipulating a brain circuit that governs how certain memories are consolidated during sleep can prevent or enhance memory retention. Experimentally manipulating the identified neural connection during non-REM sleep (deep sleep) can prevent or enhance memory retention in mice, showed the findings published in the journal Science.

  • 300 passengers evacuated from Korean plane at Tokyo airport

    Tokyo: About 300 passengers and crew members were evacuated from a Korean Air Boeing 777 at Tokyo’s Haneda airport in dramatic scenes after one of the engines caught fire, officials said today. TV footage from the airport showed the plane, which was bound for South Korea’s Gimpo International, surrounded by red fire trucks and with the area around its left wing doused in foam. The plane’s inflatable emergency evacuation slides had all been

  • Sports Ministry asks states to promote football

    New Delhi: With an aim to make the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup a huge success, the Sports Ministry has urged all the states and Union Territories to take necessary steps to popularise and promote football in their region by including the game in various programmes.

  • I see every day as a new day: Kohli on his dream run

    New Delhi: In the form of his life, India’s star batsman Virat Kohli says the hunger to keep improving with every game keeps him motivated. “Every day is a new day. I always feel that there is a scope for improvement and with every game, I take the plus and the minus as this helps me improvise. There is no substitute to hard work and discipline,” Kohli, who goes into the IPL final

  • 23 athletes test positive in London 2012 sample re-analysis

    Lausanne (Switzerland): Twenty three athletes at the London 2012 Olympic Games returned with positive doping tests after samples were re-tested, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Friday. The IOC re-tested 454 selected doping samples from the 2008 Beijing Games and 265 from 2012 London, all based on intelligence-gathering that began in August 2015. It was mainly focused on athletes who could potentially participate in the Olympic Games Rio 2016.