Free Press Journal
  • Four headless bodies found in Bihar

    Patna, The headless bodies of three men and a woman were found on Monday in Bihar’s Begusarai district, police said.

  • India to raise Uri attack in UNGA

    New Delhi: India is set to raise the deadly Uri attack in which 17 Army soldiers were killed, at the 71st United Nations General Assembly and highlight Pakistan’s involvement into the deadly terror strike.

  • Donald Trump references dominate Emmy awards 2016

    Los Angeles, Several stars like Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Indian-origin star Aziz Ansari, comedian Jimmy Kimmel among others took potshots at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at the politically-jammed 68th Emmy Awards.

  • Anderson recalled in NZ’s ODI squad for India

    Wellington, New Zealand today recalled temperamental all-rounder Corey Anderson for the five-match ODI series against India next month and he will play as a specialist batsman.

  • Kejriwal’s tongue should have been trimmed, says BJP

    Mumbai: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has said that Aam Aadmi Party convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s tongue should have had his tongue trimmed earlier, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said this could have stopped his frequent bouts of verbal diarrhea.

  • ‘Game Of Thrones’ wins it big at Emmy’s 2016

    Washington D.C., ‘Game of Thrones’ was indeed the big winner at the Emmy’s 2016 as the series took home the award for ‘outstanding drama series.’

  • Uri attack: Time has come to take action against Pakistan

    Mumbai, Maintaining that every drop of blood of the 17 soldiers killed in the terror attack at an army administrative base in Uri is creating an urge to get up and do something, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majeed Memon on Monday said that India has shown enormous patience with Pakistan and that the time has come to act.

  • “Classical trained dancers do not have a voice of their own”, says Terence Lewis

    His happy feet never stop dancing. His elegant motion defines every rhythm of music. His dance is an expression of the inexpressible language of the soul. Dancer and choreographer TERENCE LEWIS talks to DHRITHI SUDHAKAR GULVADI about his desire to become an actor, the significance of dance beyond religion and culture and more…

  • Ali’s journey from Lucknow to London

    Ali Fazal who has recently become the talk of the town with his upcoming movie and also after he came out to the media with the big news of working in a Hollywood movie with Oscar winning actress Judy Dench.

  • Indians don’t understand sarcasm: Farah Khan

    Choreographer-filmmaker Farah Khan says sarcasm is not something which Indians understand as she has herself faced the music for being bluntly honest at times. But still, Farah finds it tough to be fake in the industry.

  • The selfie craze is film stars’ fault, says Varun Dhawan

    Actor Varun Dhawan says the growing obsession among fans to click selfies with their favourite celebrities comes from the stars, who make sure to posts their own pictures on social media. “When I was a kid and saw Salman bhai shooting and people coming up to him to talk to him… I like that, I like conversation with someone who likes my films, about what their life is like…

  • Faithful Heart, Joyful Heart By Chaitanya Charan Das

    We often hear of waterproof cans and bulletproof vests, but what about aircraft-¬proof gadgets? Even the twin tower designers could not do that. But do we not see aircraft¬-proof technology in action just overhead? An “ordinary” cloud is a massive, mobile, airborne water tank, which is aircraft-¬proof; an entire plane pass¬ing through it causes no leakage! And what are the raw materials that fabricate this incredibly hi¬-tech prod¬uct? Mainly water vapour and

  • My father is a staunch feminist: Sonam Kapoor

    Actress Sonam Kapoor says her father and veteran actor Anil Kapoor is a staunch feminist, who brought up his two daughters and one son without any bias.