Free Press Journal
  • Sean Abbott recalls details of Phillip Hughes’s last moment

    Melbourne: New South Wales pacer Sean Abbott has recalled how he tried to comfort Phillip Hughes in the moments immediately after the South Australian batsman was fatally injured by his bouncer during the Sheffield Shield match.

  • Dawn stands by Pakistan military-civilian divide story

    Islamabad: A leading Pakistani newspaper on Wednesday said it stood by its story that exposed a divide between the country’s civilian and military leadership over terrorists.

  • Srinagar remains under curfew ahead of Muharram

    Srinagar: Curfew remained in force in parts of Srinagar today as a precautionary measure in view of the tenth day of Muharram, even as normal life remained affected in the Valley for the 96th day due to the ongoing unrest.

  • Ravichandran Ashwin regains number 1 spot in ICC Test rankings

    Dubai: Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin today reclaimed the number one spot in Test rankings for bowlers following a career-best match haul of 13 for 140 in the third Test against New Zealand in Indore.

  • Facebook, Twitter feeds helped police track protesters in US

    Washington: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram provided user data access to a developer of a social media monitoring product that helped police monitor racial protests in US’ Baltimore city, an American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Northern California report said.

  • BJP worker hacked to death in Pinarayi

    Kannur (Kerala), A 25-year-old BJP worker was hacked to death at Pinarayi here today, an incident which comes two days after the murder of CPI-M activist in the district.

  • Shah Rukh Khan turns ninja in The Ring’s first look

    New Delhi: The shooting of Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘The Ring’ seems to be taking a different turn as we recently witnessed ninjas in King Khan’s version of the movie’s ‘first look’ on Twitter.

  • Hillary Clinton blames Trump, WikiLeaks, Moscow after new leaks

    White Plains: The head of Hillary Clinton’s campaign team John Podesta slammed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for helping Republican rival Donald Trump in the bitter White House race, while accusing Moscow of being behind the hack.

  • Kabaddi WC 2016: India crush Bangladesh 57-20, clinch first win

    Ahmedabad: India produced a dominant team performance as they eased past Bangladesh 57-20 in a must-win crucial Group A clash of the ongoing Kabaddi World Cup here at the Arena by TranStadia last evening.

  • Nuclear proliferation linkages have Pakistan fingerprints: India

    United Nations: Hitting out at Pakistan, India has said nuclear proliferation linkages active today have clear “Pakistan fingerprints” and an “unbridled” expansion of fissile material under the nexus between state and non-state actors constitutes the biggest threat to peace.

  • Is Befikre inspired by French film Love Me If You Dare?

    Lively, free-spirited and as the title suggests carefree, the recently released trailer of the rom-com Befikre has been creating waves. While many sense that the film bears resemblance to a couple of Hollywood films, thanks to its bold concept on sex, love and relationships, we think that there are some other international films that may have inspired the making of Befikre.

  • I might quit altogether- Om Puri makes shocking revelation

    Om Puri is not perturbed by the ‘boycott Om Puri’ campaign that’s being carried on against him following his terribly tasteless remarks on the Indian soldiers. “Let them boycott my films. Earlier they’ve spoken of boycotting Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan’s films. But those wanting to stop films featuring me should know that’s not me on screen, that’s a character. A better option of showing their anger towards me would be to spit