Free Press Journal
  • Protect Tamils and their property, Jayalalithaa tells Karnataka

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa on Monday expressed serious concern at the mob violence targeting Tamils in Karnataka and urged the neighbouring state’s government to provide them with necessary security.

  • Pak-Russia to hold first-ever joint drills

    IslamabadPakistan and Russia are set to hold their first-ever joint military exercises later this year, media reported today, reflecting increased military cooperation between the two former Cold War rivals.

  • Hajj goes high-tech for bloodless Eid sacrifices!

    Mina: Thanks to computer technology and SMS messaging, Muslims at the annual hajj pilgrimage to Mecca were able to make their Eid al-Adha sacrifice without getting blood on their hands on Monday.

  • Reinventing business models for movies

    While news of some big studios shutting shop for local productions may be creating frown lines for the film industry, there’s a completely different breed of young Indie filmmakers who seem to have cracked a different code to circumvent these cash crunches.

  • Desi Girl: Sonali Bendre

    The festival of Ganesha has always been a special occasion for Sonali Bendre, born and brought up in a conservative Maharashtrian family she has fond memories of the festival and celebrated it ever since she was a little girl.

  • PINK is youth-centric film: Angad Bedi

    Despite the upcoming Shoojit Sircar production “Pink” revolving around the lives of three women, actor Angad Bedi insists the film has a lot for the men to watch and learn from it. In “Pink”, Taapsee Pannu along with Kirti Kulhari and debutant Andrea Tariang play three young women in Delhi who face assault charges after being molested by a group of men.

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    We in Indian cinema don’t like to hold back emotions: Taapsee

    Actress Taapsee Pannu got a chance to work with megastar Amitabh Bachchan in Annirudh Roychoudhury’s eagerly awaited “Pink” and says it was an experience of a lifetime. “I remember on the night before I was to shoot with him on the first day, I kept convincing myself that I had to act normal and be professional with the legend.

  • Ajay dodges queries on Karan Johar-KRK controversy

    Ajay Devgn today chose to avoid speaking on the controversy, which sparked after he released an audio of self-proclaimed film critic Kamaal Rashid Khan admitting he was paid to tweet in favour of Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”, which will clash with the actor’s “Shivaay”.

  • Indian scientists recycle fish bio-waste into green energy

    Kolkata: A team of researchers at Jadavpur University here has developed a biodegradable energy harvester – from raw fish scales – which could be tapped as a sustainable green energy source for next generation self-powered implantable medical devices.

  • PCB wants Afridi to consider retirement

    Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is expected to give flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi a chance to officially announce his retirement from international cricket during the Twenty20 series against West Indies in the UAE later this month.

  • We don’t really know how friends feel pain, pleasure

    New York: Contrary to popular perception, the more we know someone, the less accurate we could be in estimating how others would feel when they experience gains or setbacks, suggests new research, according to IANS.

  • Sunny Leone delighted to walk the ramp in New York

    Mumbai: Actress Sunny Leone set New York’s ramp ablaze with her chic appearance at the New York Fashion Week. She said it was a very proud occasion for her.

  • Nuclear fuel inside Earth may be calculated by 2025

    Washington: The amount of nuclear fuel and radioactive power remaining inside the Earth may be calculated by 2025, which can help estimate how long this fuel will last, scientists say, according to PTI.