Free Press Journal
  • Look who Anushka is bonding with on ‘Sultan’ sets

    New Delhi: Seems like a new friendship is budding in the B-Town, as it has been revealed that Salman Khan’s girlfriend Iulia Vantur is getting along with Sultan’s co-star Anushka Sharma.

  • Be monsoon ready in style

    New Delhi: Don’t let the humid weather make you feel less fashionable. Monsoon has already arrived in some parts of India. So, it’s time to make your wardrobe ready to suit the changing weather.

  • Former woman police officer claims threat to life

    Bengaluru: A former senior woman police officer, who resigned her post over alleged inteference in her work by a district-in-charge minister, today claimed her life was under threat, The claim by Anupama Shenoy, who was Deputy Superintendent of Police of Kudligi sub-division, Ballari District, came a day after Karnataka government accepted her resignation and she surfaced after remaining incommunicado for several days.

  • Cross voting a high probability in UP RS polls tomorrow

    Lucknow: With stage set for tomorrow’s polling for 11 Rajya Sabha seats in Uttar Pradesh, for which an extra candidate is in the fray, leaders of all major parties today took stock of their numbers as the possibility of cross voting loomed large.34 first preference votes are needed for the victory of a candidate. In the 403-member Assembly, SP has 229 MLAs, BSP 80, BJP 41 and Congress 29. The rest belong to

  • Jayalalithaa writes to Modi, seeks release of 21 TN fishermen from SL

    Chennai: A day after six more fishermen were arrested by the Sri Lanka Navy, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to get 21 fishermen and 92 boats released from the island nation, including those apprehended on June 9.

  • Junooniyat to release on 24 June

    ‘Junooniyat’ release preponed to June 17 

    Mumbai: “Junooniyat”, starring Pulkit Samrat and Yami Gautam, will now release on June 17 instead of June 24. It has been cleared by the Central Board of Film Certification without a single cut, says the film’s director Vivek Agnihotri.

  • Mariah Carey tries to bring in perfection for kids

    Johannesburg: Mariah Carey has revealed that she tries her best to make things as close to “perfect” as she can for her kids, five-year-old Moroccan and Monroe, whom she shares with estranged husband Nick Cannon. During an interview, the 46-year-old singer admitted that though the children “frustrate” her at times, tries she her “hardest to always make them happy.”

  • Four held for killing woman on Gurgaon expressway

    Gurgaon: At least four people were arrested for killing a bar attendant on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway on Friday, police said. Three men and a woman were arrested for killing Mahi, a 20-year-old bar attendant, DLF phase 2 police chief Sudip Kumar said.

  • Five dead as mosque roof collapses in Pakistan

    Islamabad: At least five people died and several others were injured on Friday when the roof of an under-construction mosque collapsed in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi. Several people were injured while many were trapped under the rubble of the two-storey Masjid-i-Usman near Landi Kotal Chowrangi, rescuers said.

  • United opposition to ‘blockade’ Jharkhand against domicile policy

    Ranchi: The opposition in Jharkhand is set to show a united front against the ruling BJP on saturday in a two-day “economic blockade” to denounce the government’s domicile policy and in polling for two Rajya Sabha seats. The opposition parties allege that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which rules the state in coalition with the All Jharkhand Students Union (AJSU), is suppressing the voice of the tribal and Moolvasi people and snatching

  • Kerala HC stays NGT’s ban on diesel vehicles

    Kochi: The Kerala High Court on Friday stayed the National Green Tribunal’s order which banned diesel vehicles that are older than 10 years in six cities across Kerala.

  • People called me a furniture when I acted: Akshay Kumar

    Mumbai: He is riding high on critical acclaim and box office success with his recent films but actor Akshay Kumar says there was a time when people used to call him a “furniture” based on his performances. Earlier this year, the actor was praised for his role in “Airlift” as a businessman who carries out the evacuation of Indians based in Kuwait during an invasion crisis.

  • Shift Portuguese consulate to Delhi: Goa minister

    Panaji: Goa PWD minister Sudin Dhavalikar on Friday reiterated his demand for the shifting of the Portuguese consulate in Panaji to Delhi to “prevent Goans from opting for dual citizenship”. “I reiterate my demand for shifting of the Portuguese consulate to Delhi,” Dhavalikar told reporters at the secretariat here.

  • ‘German TV film on doping part of massive attack on Russia’

    Moscow: The German TV broadcaster ARD’s film about doping in sports is part of a massive attack against Russia, Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko has said. “It can be seen not just in the German media. It’s a targeted attack against Russia, calm and well-organised. Doping whistleblower Rodchenkov works for the people that have given him refuge,” Mutko said on Thursday, reports Tass.

  • We need to celebrate diversity of beauty in industry: Kalki

    New Delhi: Actress Kalki Koechlin says film industry needs to widen its vision as far as the definition of beauty is concerned. The 32-year-old “Margarita with a Straw” actress thinks there is always a stress to look a certain way in the industry which affects young girls to the extent that they end up making changes in their looks.

  • Instagram has more advertisers than Twitter: Survey

    New Delhi: Online mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing, and social networking service Instagram is attracting more advertising agencies than Micro-blogging site Twitter, a survey says.

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    Ranveer Singh elated with Indian of the Year award

    New Delhi: Bollywood’s livewire actor Ranveer Singh, who was felicitated with the ‘Indian of The Year – Special Achievement Award’ by CNN-NEWS18 here, says he feels “blessed” with the honour.

  • Salim Khan proud of film industry for supporting ‘Udta Punjab’

    Mumbai: Noted scriptwriter Salim Khan is happy to see the film industry coming together in support of “Udta Punjab” which is caught up in a censorship battle. Produced by Phantom films and Balaji Motion Pictures, the Abhishek Chaubey-directed film that delves into the drug menace in the state of Punjab, faced troubles with Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) which demanded 89 cuts in the film. It also included removal of the