Free Press Journal
  • Latest Celebrity Instagram trends in make-up

    Highlighting is on fleek, while the contour game is getting stronger by the minute. Celebrity make-up artist Adrian Jacobs visits the newest Instagram trends in make-up with Pratishtha Malhotra.

  • Eight die in South Africa fire tragedy

    Johannesburg: Eight people including three children died today in a house fire in South Africa’s Cape Town city, a spokeswoman for local firefighters said. “A house fire broke out before nine (am) this morning. The fire left eight people deceased and five people were taken to hospital for serious injuries,” Liezl Moodie said, adding that three of the dead were minors.

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    Dangerous Numbers of destruction

    In an age where the audience is exposed to more horrendous acts of man’s crimes, what difference will it bring by banning a movie or censoring it, when people have already seen several videos of the same on TV, asks V Gangadhar.

  • Salman Khan, Anushka Sharma’s fun ride in Budapest

    New Delhi: Looks like Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma had quite a time shooting for a special ‘Sultan’ number in Budapest. In a video, posted on YRF Talent’s Twitter handle, we can clearly see the lead stars having a fun-filled ride in a tram.

  • Sylvester Stallone sued for $7m over ‘Strong’

    Washington, D.C. : Sylvester Stallone has been slapped with seven million dollars lawsuit by his personal trainer Robert Fletcher over the claims that he has stolen the idea of his show ‘Strong’ from him. Fletcher claimed that he created a show called ‘America’s Next Great Trainer’ and sent his pitch materials to the 69-year-old’s publicist, and also to agents at William Morris Endeavor, TMZ.com reports.

  • Radhika Apte prefers ‘reactions over B.O numbers’

    New Delhi: When it comes to her commercial success, Radhika Apte prefers good reaction from the public over the Box Office numbers. On being asked, the 30-year-old actress said, “I don’t even look at them. That is not what concerns me. I am done once the film is made. I don’t even know what numbers ‘Phobia’ has made.”

  • Sanjay Dutt to turn Goan for `Marco Bhau`

    New Delhi: Sanjay Dutt, who will soon be seen in the upcoming movie ‘Marco Bhau’, will reportedly be essaying the role of Goan in the film. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Dutt will be playing the lead role in Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s sister Shelly Chopra’s directorial debut.

  • Nick Jonas has got ‘zero time’ for love

    Washington DC: Public Service Announcement: Nick Jonas is “too busy” to fall in love. During an interview, the 23-year-old singer said that he is not sure if he is looking for a relationship, adding it is all “about the work right now,” reports E! Online.

  • Messi is a monster: Panama coach Gomez

    Chicago: Panama coach Hernan Dario Gomez called Argentina forward Lionel Messi a “monster” after the latter came on as a substitute and netted a hat-trick in a 5-0 rout at the Copa America Centenario. Messi came on with just 30 minutes left on the clock with his side leading 1-0. But then the Barcelona star scored three back to back goals in quick time.

  • Existing air fare, travel rules and new proposals 

    New Delhi: Following are the existing policies of domestic airlines on various passenger services, notably in areas like refunds, and the proposals the Civil Aviation Ministry has come out with to recast them:

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    RS polls: Amar Singh accuses BJP of practicing ‘dual- standards’

    Lucknow: Amid uproar in the Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha during the voting for Rajya Sabha seats and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) accusing Samajwadi Party (SP) legislators of “acting like goons”, senior party leader Amar Singh on Saturday recalled the 2008 ‘Cash-for-votes scandal’ and said the saffron party’s ‘dual- standards’ would not work.

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    I travelled along with 250 NSG commandos to Mumbai within 3 hrs of attack

    New Delhi: Reprimanding the allegations that there was a delay on part of the Union Home Ministry in sending help to the then Marharashtra government to fight back terrorists in Mumbai on November 26, 2008, former Home Minister Shivraj Patil said within three hours of the attack, he travelled to Mumbai, along with 250-300 National Security Guard commandos, in an aircraft.

  • Rio: Paes to partner Bopanna, Sania-Bopanna for mixed doubles

    New Delhi: Veteran tennis star Leander Paes’ dream of playing in a record seventh straight Olympics came true on Saturday after he was named with Rohan Bopanna as the Indian men’s doubles team for the Rio Olympics. Bopanna and Sania Mirza were picked for the mixed doubles while the latter will partner youngster Prarthana Thombare in women’s doubles.

  • History beckons Paes as Bopanna agrees to play with him

    New Delhi: Decks were cleared for Leander Paes to make a record seventh Olympic appearance after Rohan Bopanna today accepted him as his men’s doubles partner on the AITA’s insistence, ending days of speculation surrounding the Indian team for the Rio Games. Bopanna’s original choice was Saketh Myneni but All India Tennis Association (AITA) selection committee felt that Paes and Bopanna are the “best bet” for a medal.

  • Zardari asks US to ‘trust’ Pakistan

    Islamabad: Former president Asif Ali Zardari has asked the US to “trust” and “mend ties” with Pakistan to defeat terrorism, amid tension between the two countries over an American drone strike that killed the Afghan Taliban chief in Baluchistan. Zardari, who served as president from 2008 to 2013, also challenged those US Congressmen who doubt the intention of Pakistan and its role and commitment to take action against the dreaded Haqqani network,

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    Tahir Raj Bhasin doesn’t fear being typecast

    New Delhi: Actor Tahir Raj Bhasin, who will be seen in a negative role yet again in “Force 2”, after “Mardaani”, says two films is a short time for an actor to get slotted into a particular genre.

  • Exercise in middle age can prevent memory loss later in life

    Sydney: Regular exercise of any type in middle age – from walking the dog to mountain climbing — is the best lifestyle change you can make to prevent memory loss in the later years, suggest results of a 20-year study. “The message from our study is very simple. Do more physical activity, it doesn’t matter what, just move more and more often.

  • Grateful for the support I got from team and fans: Messi

    Chicago: Argentina forward Lionel Messi said he was grateful for the support he got from his fans and team-mates as he came back from an injury lay-off and scored a hat-trick in the 5-0 win over Panama in the Copa America Centenario football tournament.