Free Press Journal
  • Why So Serious? 

    With instant rage and hate blinding our real and virtual worlds, ROCHELLE FERNANDEZ surmises that it will be an eye for an eye… as we are clearly not liking the idea of a smile for a smile.

  • Movie Review: Ice Age – Collision Course

    CAST (voices): John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Simon Pegg, Ray Romano, Jennifer Lopez, Queen Latifah, Wanda Sykes, Jessie J, Stephanie Beatriz, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Adam Devine, Robert Cardone, Keke Palmer

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    Arjun trained by NBA experts for basketball scenes in Half Girlfriend

    Actor Arjun Kapoor says that people associated with the popular NBA from America helped him fine-tune his basketball skills for the film “Half Girlfriend”. “In the book, basketball is a crucial element at the beginning of their relationship. It’s because of basketball that he gets the confidence to talk to the girl.

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    I want to be fit like Sylvester Stallone: Sonu Sood

    Bollywood actor Sonu Sood, who has shot for “Kungfu Yoga” with international icon Jackie Chan, says he idolises Hollywood biggie Sylvester Stallone when it comes to fitness. At 42, Sonu has maintained a chiselled physique and follows a strict diet and workout regime.

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    Have learnt so much from Terence, Bosco: Madhuri 

    Bollywood dancing diva Madhuri Dixit-Nene, who is seen as a judge alongside Terence Lewis and Bosco Martis in popular dance reality show “So You Think You Can Dance ‘Ab India ki Baari'”, says the two choreographers are passionate about dancing and she has learnt a lot from them.

  • Alia Bhatt

    Alia replaces Kareena in Golmaal Again

    The Golmaal franchise has been one of the most hilarious franchise of any comedy film. When a few comedy films turn to sex comedies to keep their audience entertained, Golmaal has kept its humour for the family audience.

  • 18th Mumbai Film Festival calls for entries

    The 18th edition of MAMI Mumbai Film Festival is open for entries, Indian as well as International films in the competitive and non-competitive sections. Grand cash prizes amounting to over Rs 1,00,00,000 are up for grabs. Arguably, the biggest privately run filmfest, the 18th MAMI will run from October 20 to 27, 2016. Competition entries must be submitted before August 1, 2016.

  • ZIKA

    Zika epidemic may end within 3 years: Study

    London: The current Zika epidemic in Latin America is likely to burn itself out within three years, researchers have predicted. Zika is a disease caused and spread through Aedes aegypti mosquito bites, and was declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organisation earlier this year.

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    Lack of treatment increasing HIV among prisoners: Study

    London: Failure to provide proper treatment strategies has led to high levels of HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis B and C infection among prisoners, says a study that shows the growing number of drug usage in lock-ups.

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    Indonesian woman arrested for posing as ‘husband’

    Boyolali (Indonesia): An Indonesian woman who allegedly posed as a man in order to get married was arrested after the shocked wife discovered the deception, police said today. Suwarti, who like many Indonesians goes by one name, was detained yesterday after the wife alerted authorities, several months after the pair tied the knot in a ceremony on Java island.

  • Nabam Tuki

    Tuki seeks 10 days time for floor test, Governor firm on Saturday 

    Itanagar/Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki met Governor Tathagata Roy on Friday and sought ten days time to prove his majority in the house but a Raj Bhavan statement later made it clear that the floor test has to be held on Saturday only as slated.

  • BMC

    BMC has shortlisted 5 companies for pothole repairs, HC told

    Mumbai: After facing flak from the Bombay High Court for using sub-standard materials for repairing pothole-ridden roads, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) today said it has shortlisted five companies whose material will be used on a trial basis to repair potholes.

  • MONEY

    Black money window: Govt ups advt. spending limit of I-T brass

    New Delhi: With the government pulling out all the stops to make the one-time black money compliance window a success, the Income Tax Department has now hiked financial powers of its supervisory officers for publicity of the scheme by up to 50 times.

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    South Korea PM egged in protest at US anti-missile system

    Seoul: Angry protestors threw eggs and water bottles at South Korean Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-Ahn today, demanding the decision to deploy a US anti-missile defence system in their hometown be scrapped. Hwang was in Seongju to try and appease residents who are furious over the joint Seoul-Washington decision to install the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system, or THAAD, in their town by the end of next year as a

  • Subhash K Jha speaks about ‘Great Grand Masti’

    Stop right here. Veteran filmmaker Indra Kumar who never grew up-at least, his cinema didn’t-has the golden solution to the epidemic problem of rape in this country….masturbation!