Free Press Journal
  • Ind v Zim: India may test bench, eye third whitewash of Zimbabwe

    Harare: Having already pocketed the series, India are expected to test their bench strength as they aim for a third consecutive whitewash of an uninspiring Zimbabwe when they play the third and final One-Day International (ODI) here on Wednesday.

  • Future summers could be hotter than any on record: study

    Washington: In 50 years, summers across most of the globe could be hotter than any experienced to date if greenhouse gas emissions and climate change continues on its current trajectory, a new study has warned.

  • Obama says ‘no clear evidence’ on gunman’s link to ISIS

    Washington: U.S. President Barack Obama, who will visit Orlando on Thursday to pay his respects to the victims of the country’s worst shooting massacre, has said there is no clear evidence that the gay nightclub gunman was directed by the Islamic State to carry out the mass killing.

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    Jackie Chan goes ‘Tunak tunak tun’ with Sonu Sood

    Mumbai: Legendary actor Jackie Chan, in a rare frame, was seen shaking a leg with Indian actor Sonu Sood to the Punjabi song “Tunak tunak tun” at the 19th Shanghai International Film Festival.

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    Modi is scared of AAP, says Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of trying to get 21 AAP MLAs disqualified because he was scared of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

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    Food prices also push up India’s wholesale inflation

    New Delhi: With potatoes 60 percent dearer in bulk markets and pulses costlier by 36 percent over the past year, India’s annual wholesale inflation rose for the second month in May to 0.79 per cent from 0.34 per cent in the month before, official data showed on Tuesday.

  • Delhi minister Gopal Rai quits

    New Delhi: Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai, who is facing corruption charges, has resigned, official sources said on Tuesday.

  • Why was Salman Khan ignored in two major Bollywood films this year

    ‘Truth is often stranger than fiction’ – a concept that has inspired several Bollywood filmmakers to explore the genre of biopics of late. The heart touching tale of a common man turning into a hero and the fact that it has been for real, triggers curiousity as audiences flock around multiplexes to see these stories come to life on the big screen.

  • Punjab High Court wants to watch ‘Udta Punjab’ to clear it for state release

    After a long yet brave fight put up by the makers of Udta Punjab against the CBFC, they could heave a sigh of relief last evening after the Bombay High Court demanded only a single cut and a couple of changes before its release on Friday. However, it seems that the state of Punjab is still not convinced about the film, as the Punjab High Court has demanded the screening of the

  • Extraterritoriality a big concern; needs global debate: Sinha

    Mumbai: Concerned over extraterritoriality practiced by some nations impacting emerging markets, Sebi Chairman U K Sinha today said the issue seriously needs to be taken up at international forums on various counts, including the fight against money laundering menace.

  • India will not join NSG alone: Sartaj Aziz

    Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that the government’s “active and successful foreign policy” has blocked India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).

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    Kushan Nandy blames Chitrangada Singh over ‘Babumoshai Bandookbaaz’ controversy

    Yesterday we had reported that Chitrangada Singh walked out of the much delayed project ‘Babumoshai Bandookbaaz’ after accusing director Kushan Nandy of being rude whilst directing her for an intimate scene amidst the entire unit. However, now, the filmmaker has come out to talk about the actress’ apparent unprofessional behaviour on the sets.