Free Press Journal
  • Sidharth Malhotra starts shooting for ‘Oh So Handsome’ in Miami

    Sidharth Malhotra had a good start in 2016 after giving a hit with Shakun Batra’s film,Kapoor and Sons. The film did wonders at the box office and Sidharth earned praises for his performance in the film. Now, Sidharth Malhotra is back to work on his next film Oh So Handsome helmed by director-producer duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K.

  • Chinese UN peacekeeper’s body brought home from Mali

    Beijing: The body of a Chinese UN peacekeeping soldier, who was killed in a terrorist attack in Mali last month, has been brought to northeast China’s Changchun City. A Chinese air force plane carrying Shen Liangliang’s body arrived at Longjia Airport in Changchun, Jilin Province, where he served in the army for 11 years, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Introducing the mysterious Mirzya beauty: Saiyami Kher

    The second teaser of Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Mirzya which released yesterday has definitely created a lot of curiosity amongst movie goers. The teaser left us wanting more as we finally caught a glimpse of the mysterious Mirzya beauty – Saiyami Kher. Not many know that the actress is the niece of Shabana Azmi and the granddaughter of yesteryear actress Usha Kiran. Having studied in St. Xaviers College Mumbai, Saiyami has been a

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    BJP’s Sharma, AAP’s Lamba fail to settle row in court

    New Delhi:  The Delhi High Court on Thursday posted for Friday arguments in a row involving BJP legislator O.P. Sharma, accused of making derogatory remarks against the AAP’s Alka Lamba.

  • Did ‘Udta Punjab’ to break the stereotype: Alia Bhatt

    New Delhi:  Even in a short filmography so far, Alia Bhatt has shown versatility in picking up scripts and the actress says it was this desire to surprise the audience again that made her sign “Udta Punjab”.

  • Bollywood Town’s heartfelt b’day wishes for Sonam

    New Delhi: Sonam Kapoor, who has several Bollywood hits including ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ and ‘Neerja’ to her credit, turns 31 today and warm birthday wishes are pouring in for the pretty lady.

  • Drug metabolite found safe, effective therapy for Parkinson’s

    New York: The metabolite of a drug that is helping patients battle out multiple sclerosis has been found to significantly slow down the onset of Parkinson’s disease, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin. Multiple sclerosis is a disease in which the immune system eats away the protective covering of nerves.

  • Great Wall re-emerges from China reservoir

    Beijing: A section of the Great Wall, submerged in a reservoir in China’s Hebei province for nearly four decades, has re-emerged. The section in Kuancheng Man county, was built more than 500 years ago during the Ming Dynasty, Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Everyone should work as per Constitution, says Jitendra Singh

    New Delhi: Commenting on Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur’s assertion that the judiciary intervenes only when executive fails in its constitutional duties, Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) Jitendra Singh has said the role of judiciary, executive and legislative is defined by the Constitution and everyone should work according to that.

  • 11 killed in Baghdad suicide attacks

    Baghdad: At least 11 persons were killed and 40 others wounded on Thursday in two suicide bomb attacks in Iraq’s capital Baghdad, police said. In one attack, a suicide bomber detonated his car bomb amid a big crowd near a cinema building in al-Jadida district, killing at least seven persons and injuring 30 others, Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Kerala Sports Minister abused, threatened me: Anju Bobby George

    Thiruvananthapuram: India’s former athlete Anju Bobby George on Thursday alleged that Kerala Sports minister E P Jayarajan had threatened her and other members of the Kerala Sports Council on charges that she had ‘misused’ funds.

  • Nationwide strike hits Nepal

    Kathmandu: A nationwide strike called by the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-Maoist) on Thursday crippled life in many parts of Nepal. The party, led by General Secretary Netra Bikram Chand, launched the strike demanding the release of its cadres arrested during previous protests, Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Amul takes dig on Pahlaj Nihalani, calls him ‘Ladta Pahlaj’

    Mumbai: “Udta Punjab” censorship row has earned CBFC chief Pahlaj Nihalani the monikar of “Ladta Pahlaj” in the latest ad of Amul Co-operative Ltd, which is known for its funny takes on topical issues.

  • CBI questions Virbhadra Singh in DA case

    New Delhi: CBI today questioned Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh in connection with its probe into allegations of disproportionate assets amassed by him during his tenure as Union Minister.

  • A memorial to celebrate the Bangladesh Liberation War

    Agartala: A war museum, hillocks, verdant valleys, lake, plants, sculptures — this is not just a park but much more than that. Welcome to the Bharat-Bangladesh Maitri Udyan built on a 20- hectare land in Chottakhola to commemorate the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh.

  • Supermassive black hole spotted feasting on icy cosmic gas

    Washington D.C: A team of astronomers has observed the feeding habits of a “supermassive” black hole for the first time. Astronomers from Cardiff University detected billowy clouds of cold, clumpy gas streaming towards a supermassive black hole at speeds of up to 800,000 miles per hour and feeding into its bottomless well.