Free Press Journal
  • Hurricane Matthew death toll reaches over 400 in Haiti

    Jeremie: The full scale of the devastation in hurricane-hit rural Haiti has became clear as the death toll surged past 400, three days after Hurricane Matthew leveled huge swaths of the country’s south.

  • India lose openers to reach 75/2 at lunch on Day 1

    Indore: Comeback man Gautam Gambhir’s short little innings promised a lot before he fizzled out as India reached 75 for two against New Zealand at lunch on the opening day of the third cricket Test, here today.

  • Can drinking eight glasses of water a day harm you?

    Sydney: Challenging the popular notion that we should drink eight glasses of water a day for good health, researchers have found that drinking too much water can put people in danger of water intoxication.

  • Rakesh Roshan’s stern reply to Kangna Ranaut

    Recently, when filmmaker Rakesh Roshan commented that his son’s revelations about a certain allegation by an actress of a relationship would shock the public, Kangna Ranaut, known to voice her opinion on all issues, personal and professional, jumped into the fray to wonder why a father needed to speak for his son.

  • Thane call centre racket claims life of US woman

    Thane: The multi-million dollar call center racket allegedly claimed the life of an elderly American woman, who was threatened after refusing to meet the demands of the call centre employees posing as US revenue officials.

  • Salman dethrones Akshay and Hrithik to advance tax payers’ list

    It may be Akshay Kumar’s year in the films after giving three back to back hits but it he has been dethroned from the highest tax payer’s list. The action star has been beaten by Salman Khan this year.

  • Gulzar to pen special tribute to Jagjit Singh

    Mumbai: Lyricist-writer Gulzar will be penning a few lines as part of the musical tribute to Jagjit Singh planned by the makers of “Tum Bin 2”, reports IANS. It will be held on the late singer’s fifth death annive rsary on October 10 here.

  • Taapsee’s struggle started after the first film

    Actress Taapsee Pannu, who is currently riding high on the success of her third Bollywood venture “Pink”, says she faced a struggle after her first film released, reports IANS. Taapsee, who made her acting debut with the 2010 Telugu film “Jhummandi Naadam”, made a swift transition to Bollywood in 2013 with the film “Chashme Baddoor”.

  • “The chemistry needs to stay”

    Admitting that we live in tempting times, the charming SHAAN tells NICHOLA PAIS that marriage is a bond which also binds you…

  • I don’t live in fear of being judged: Ranveer Singh

    Ranveer Singh, who is known for his quirky style and high energy, says he never leads his life in the “fear of being judged”. “The “Befikre” star says his attitude towards life is not to hold himself back and do whatever makes him happy.

  • US President Barack Obama casts early vote in Chicago

    Washington: US President Barack Obama has cast his ballot for the November 8 general elections, which would elect his successor, by taking benefit of the provision of “early voting” in his home town of Chicago.

  • Ajay won’t work with Pakistan stars

    Not being diplomatic and voicing their honest opinion is something that Bollywood actors have refrained from since the Shah Rukh Khan’s intolerance controversy. Often scared to face flak from the people, actors prefer saying things that are diplomatic and statements that won’t erupt a controversy.

  • Pankaja Munde in fresh row over ‘threat’ audio clip

    Mumbai: Maharashtra minister Pankaja Munde found herself embroiled in a fresh controversy after a purported audio clip appeared in which she is heard “threatening” a priest of the Bhagwangad hill shrine in Ahmednagar district to allow her to make a speech on Dussehra.

  • ‘Golmaal Again’ set for 2017 release

    Mumbai: The fourth sequel to the Rohit Shetty’s 2006 action-comedy, “Golmaal Again” is set to release on Diwali next year, reports PTI. The makers of the popular film series have confirmed the the release after it was rumoured that they changed the scheduled date, which was the 2017 Diwali, to avoid clash on the box office with another big movie.