Free Press Journal
  • Akshay talks about the younger generation of actors

    Versatile is a word that we all relate with Akshay Kumar. Bringing out his acting prowess and his entertaining ability with every single film, Akshay Kumar has been consistent in proving his versatility to the audience.  When asked about the new breed of actors, Akshay couldn’t decide on a particular actor who he admires the most but stated that they inspire him to work harder.

  • Yami dodges questions about Shweta Rohita’s allegations

    After reports of Pulkit and Shweta Rohira splitting up spread like fire and Yami Gautam was blamed for their split. The three of them kept mum about the issue and refused to speak about it.

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    Marc Wilmots sacked as Belgium head coach

    Brussels: Belgium sacked national team coach Marc Wilmots after the “intended goals had not been reached,” the Royal Belgian Football Association, or URBSFA has announced. In an official statement on its website, the Belgian Football Association on Friday said it had reached an agreement with Wilmots to terminate his contract, which was due to end in 2018, after the Russia World Cup.

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    Mexican boxer beats the odds to qualify for Rio

    Tlaxcala (Mexico): Just five days after Valentine’s Day, Mexican boxer Joselito Velazquez was gazing in the mirror at his dislocated shoulder when he resolved, against all odds, to qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. “I was in London, for the World Series, and I suddenly felt that my right shoulder was out of place. I knew my only chance was to bet on the impossible,” Velazquez told Efe in

  • God & Gamble: A Hindu temple in Las Vegas

    It is dichotomous. Vegas which is known for casinos also has a Hindu temple. Chandragupta Amritkar visits one.

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    KL Rahul insists Indian bowling attack ready to fire against Windies

    St.Kitts: Young India batsman KL Rahul has shown confidence on his side’s bowling attack, insisting that spinners and pacers are well-prepared to take on hosts West Indies in the opening Test match in Antigua on July 21.

  • Weekly Prediction for 17 July to 24 July 2016

    Aries:- This week your assignments or projects will be completed in time and you might also find solution on problems but don’t expect any kind of appreciation from senior authorities. Travel plan with your family members are likely. You will be in a mood to go out and enjoy rainy season with your loved ones. Romance is in the air. Students who are appearing for any entrance exam will do well. Those

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    Four people in custody after Nice attack: judicial source

    Paris: Four men believed to be linked to the Tunisian man who killed 84 people when he drove a truck into a Bastille Day crowd in Nice were arrested overnight, a judicial source said today.

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    Chinese begins military exercises amid SCS tensions

    Beijing: Amid the South China Sea tensions, Chinese military today kicked off large scale military exercises pressing troops from the five theatre commands of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) simulating real battle conditions. The military drills which began yesterday will last will last until September and aimed to boost the military’s “trans-regional” capabilities, state run Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Mind Matters: Achievers do not quit

    The hallmark of a leader and that of an achiever is to establish a direction for the organisation by developing a vision for the future and being prepared for any eventuality, writes Ravi Valluri.

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    Brother kills Pakistani social media celebrity

    Islamabad: Popular social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch, also a model and actor, was strangled to death by her brother in yet another “honour killing” in Pakistan, police said on Saturday. Qandeel, known for posting bold videos and statements on Facebook, was killed by her own brother at the family home on the outskirts of Multan in Punjab, media reports said.