Free Press Journal
  • Comic timing comes naturally to me: Sharman Joshi

    Mumbai: Actor Sharman Joshi, who has shown his comic side in movies like “3 Idiots” and “Golmaal: Fun Unlimited”, says comic timing comes naturally to him.

  • Ranbir opens up his heart

    He may have angered certain ladies with his ‘love-’em-leave-’em’ attitude, but Ranbir Kapoor is quite a softie at heart. For instance, though he admits dating apps like Tinder have made social life easy, he actually considers the act of swiping and rejecting people rather mean! The whole concept of constant and flippant judgement of others is something he considers weird in a world that’s apparently going crazy.

  • Taapsee Pannu going strong after “PINK”

    After winning hearts in the South and bagging awards for her brilliant performances, Taapsee Pannu has already spread her magic in Bollywood in no time. The actress has been gazing all the limelight and has been praised for her strong performance in PINK.

  • Huma Qureshi collaborates with women rights organisation

    Huma Qureshi recently got associated with an organization that addresses women’s rights. Not surprisingly, the actress makes for the perfect personality to associate with the cause, especially since she has been a strong example of creating a unique space for herself in a male-dominated industry.

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    Tathagata Satpathy seeks public views on proposed #SpeechBill

    60-year old Tathagata Satpathy, a senior Biju Janata Dal Party (BJD) leader and representative of the Dhenkanal constituency of Orissa in the Parliament has launched a online campaign for public consultation and endorsement of a draft Protection of Speech and Reputation Bill.

  • Ad films more challenging than movie-making: Onir

    New Delhi: Filmmaker Onir has stepped into ad film direction with a campaign for the AND Fall 16 collection titled #WhoYouAre, for which he shot with actress Kareena Kapoor Khan. He says trying this creative medium is tougher than making a film because of its time restriction.

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    5 vantage spots to head for last darshan of Ganesha

    Thousands of devotees will hit Mumbai’s roads for the annual Ganesha procession on Anant Chaturdashi –falling on September 15 this year. If you have missed the darshan of your favourite trunk god and want to catch a glimpse, then you can head to these 5 spots.

  • Santner, Craig, Sodhi bowl lengthy spell at New Zealand nets

    New Delhi: New Zealand team management knows what lies ahead for them during the next six weeks in India and it was no wonder that spin troika of leg-spinner Ish Sodhi, off-spinner Mark Craig and left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner bowled a lot during their two hour net session at the Kotla here today.

  • Uber launches first driverless car service

    San Francisco: In a move that could revolutionise transportation, Uber on Wednesday announced the launching of its first self-driving car service.

  • India play Korea in Kabaddi WC opener

    New Delhi: Seven-time champions and favourites India will face South Korea in the opening match of the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup, to be held in Ahmedabad from October 7 to 22.

  • Bollywood isn’t running out of fresh ideas: Tulsi Kumar

    New Delhi: A lot of old songs are being recreated for the new Hindi movies, but singer Tulsi Kumar, who has crooned numbers like “Saiyaan superstar” and “Love mera hit hit”, says it’s not because Bollywood has no fresh ideas for songs.

  • People run away with cots again at Rahul Gandhi’s Mirzapur rally

    Mirzapur (Uttar Pradesh): Moments after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s public meeting ended in Mirzapur, locals once again broke into fights over ‘khats‘ and within seconds decamped with all the cots from the venue.

  • Balochs want India’s direct intervention in Balochistan: BRP

    Geneva: The Baloch Republican Party (BRP) has said their leaders are seeking asylum in India as they want New Delhi’s direct intervention on the Balochistan issue just like it assisted East Pakistan in 1971 to gain freedom against West Pakistan (now Pakistan).

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    Lalbaugcha Raja Visarjan (Immersion) Route 2016

    Lalbaugcha Raja is by far the most favourite idol for devotees of the trunk god. Ever since the utsav started, hordes of devotees flocking to the pandal are increasing. It is also believed that wishes made here are granted by the lord. Well, there are devotees who cannot make it to the darshan by standing for hours long in the winding queues. But don’t get disappointed as mentioned the lord fulfils every wish. And

  • Victims’ family to challenge Shahabuddin’s bail in SC tomorrow

    New Delhi: Chandrakeshwar Prasad of Siwan, whose three of four sons were murdered allegedly by gangster- turned-politician Mohammad Shahabuddin, would tomorrow file an appeal in the Supreme Court challenging Patna High Court’s order granting bail to the former RJD MP.

  • Jaguar Land Rover Reveals New Ingenium Petrol Engine

    Back in 2008, home-grown automobile giant Tata Motors acquired Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) from Ford Motor Company. Along came the technical prowess that was developed by JLR under the Ford reign, including the engines. The British automaker has now revealed details of its newly engineered turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine and an automatic transmission for its future line of products.