Free Press Journal
  • Mahayuti Shivsena

    Sena needles PM over Uri attack, says situation worse than Congress rule

    Mumbai, Needling Narendra Modi over the Uri terror attack, Shiv Sena today said the situation has become worse than that under the previous Congress regime and if the Prime Minister is unable to strike Pakistan and eliminate terrorists, his exercise of building a global image will prove futile.

  • Paralympics closing ceremony pays tribute to Golbarnezhad

    Rio de Janeiro: The president of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), Philip Craven, was among those to pay tribute to Iranian cyclist Bahman Golbarnezhad during the Paralympic Games closing ceremony here.

  • IFCI to sell entire stake in ACRE to Axis Bank

    New Delhi, State-owned term lender IFCI will sell its entire stake in Assets Care and Reconstruction Enterprise Limited (ACRE) to Axis Bank for Rs 22.72 crore.

  • Kohli-Kumble must change trend of rank turners: Harbhajan

    New Delhi: Senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh feels captain Virat Kohli and chief coach Anil Kumble have got a chance to usher in a new era where Indian cricket teams will not require “rank turners” to win matches as the long-used tactic is beginning to boomerang on the side.

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    September 19: Reliving Yuvraj’s six-sixes in 2007 World T20

    Since his debut in 1999, cricketer Yuvraj Singh has been a huge contributor for the Indian cricket. Whatever be his achievement, Yuvi will always be remembered for the six sixes he hit on September 19, 2007 against England in South Africa.

  • Jet fuel may grow on trees!

    Melbourne: Australia’s iconic gum trees may be used to produce enough low-carbon renewable jet fuel to power five per cent of the world’s aviation industry, a new study has claimed.

  • Parrikar accountable as Indian borders under siege since two years: Congress

    New Delhi: Launching a barrage on the Centre over the Uri attack and accusing it of having a failed policy with Pakistan, the Congress on Monday asserted that Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar must be held accountable as India’s borders and the national security has been under siege for the last two years.

  • Five suspected devices found near train station in New Jersey

    New York: A day after 29 people sustained injuries in an explosion in the city’s Chelsea neighbourhood, the authorities are now investigating a backpack that was found containing up to five devices in New Jersey on Sunday.

  • My role on the lines of Vijay Mallya in ‘Khaidi No.150’: Tarun

    Chennai: Actor Tarun Arora, who is making his Telugu debut with Chiranjeevi-starrer “Khaidi No.150”, a remake of Tamil blockbuster “Kaththi”, says his role in the film is on the lines of renegade Indian businessman Vijay Mallya.Tarun’s role was originally played by Neil Nitin Mukesh.  “I play a much mature and aged character vis-A-vis what Neil played in the original. The makers haven’t changed my character per se, but our take

  • Five detained over New York explosion

    New York, US federal authorities have reportedly detained five persons with possible links to the New York explosion.

  • Rakesh Roshan may change Krrish 4 release date for Shah Rukh Khan

    Even as Rakesh Roshan revealed his plans of reviving the Krrish franchise and releasing the fourth installment in Christmas 2018, social media has been abuzz with the filmmaker’s clash with a Shah Rukh Khan film, yet again. Roshan has already announced his intention of releasing Krrish 4 against Aanand L Rai’s SRK starrer. As readers are aware, the first box-office face-off between the Roshans and SRK will be Kaabil and Raees (which Shah Rukh

  • Salman Khan & family not moving out of Galaxy Apartments

    By now, every ‘Salmaniac’ knows the superstar’s home address is ‘Galaxy Apartments’ in Bandra Mumbai. This is where Salman Khan has lived all his life with his extended family of parents and siblings.