Free Press Journal
  • Cops: Man who shot 2 Boston officers didn’t have gun license

    Boston: A man who shot and wounded two police officers responding to a report of a domestic disturbance was armed with a tactical shotgun and wearing body armor but didn’t have a gun license, authorities have said.

  • The Accountant: Flawed Actioner

    Film: The Accountant
    Cast: Ben Affleck, Anna Kendrick, J.K. Simmons, Jeffrey Tambor, John Lithgow, Jon Bernthal
    Director: Gavin O’Connor

  • Beiimaan Love: Torturous romance

    Film: Beiimaan Love
    Cast: Sunny Leone, Rajneish Duggal, Daniel Weber, Ziesha Nandy and Rajiv Verma
    Director: Rajeev Chaudhari

  • Anna Hazare biopic Tax-free in Delhi

    New Delhi: The Delhi government today decided to give entertainment tax exemption to the movie ‘Anna: Kisan Baburao Hazare’, which is based on the life of social activist Anna Hazare.

  • Anna: Kisan Baburao Hazare – Imbalanced & half-hearted

    Film: Anna: Kisan Baburao Hazare.
    Cast:  Shashank Udapurkar, Tanisha Mukherjee, Govind Namdev, Narendra Jain, Daya Shankar Pandey, Kishor Kadam, Arif Zakaria, Rajit Kapoor, Sharat Saxena.
    Director:  Shashank Udapurkar.

  • Movie Saat Uchakkey

    Cast: Manoj Bajpayee, Annu Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Aditi Sharma, Kay Kay Menon, Vijay Raaz, Lushin Dubey
    Director: Sanjeev Sharma
    Rating: * * ½
    Runtime: 139 mins

  • Call of humanity inspires our armed forces, says PM Modi

    Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Stating that history of India stands as a witness that our ancestors never fought to acquire even an inch of other countries’ land, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said “Gandhi and Buddha were born here because we live for humanity”.

  • The Girl On The Train: Dark and unsettling

    Train and tunnels are apt metaphors for the compromised characters who go through the motions and live dysfunctional lives in Tate Taylor’s moody, unsettling psychological thriller adapted from the bestselling 2015 novel by Paula Hawkins.

  • Inferno: Ornate thriller

    Like Ian Fleming who embellished pulp fiction with gorgeous girls, gadgets and a debonair spy who is licensed to kill, Dan Brown discovered the perfect recipe for a bestseller in art history, religion and conspiracies which are licensed to thrill.

  • Gugale, Bawane set first class all-wicket partnership record

    Mumbai: Swapnil Gugale and Ankit Bawane today broke a 70-year-old partnership record for all wickets in the Ranji Trophy championship when they stitched a massive, unfinished stand of 594 for Maharashtra against Delhi in a Group B match at the Wankhede Stadium here.

  • Film industry slams COEAI’s ban on films with Pak artistes

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt, actors Om Puri and Piyush Mishra have said it is unfair to ban the films, starring Pakistani artistes, which are ready for release, after cinema owners association decided to not screen movies with actors from the neighbouring country.

  • Over 70% Muslims voters support Hillary Clinton: survey

    New York: Seven in 10 American-Muslims will vote for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the November presidential elections while just four per cent from the community favoured Republican candidate Donald Trump, who has called for a controversial ban on Muslims entering the US.

  • China refuses to budge on India’s NSG bid, Azhar banning

    Beijing: On the eve of President Xi Jinping’s India visit, China today stuck to its guns saying that there was no change in its stand on India’s NSG membership bid and New Delhi’s attempts to get JeM chief Masood Azhar designated as a terrorist by the UN.

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    Small Plates Week: Small servings from big restaurants, begins today

    Cellar Door Hospitality’s Small Plates Week, which debuted in June 2016, is back with a bang. Small Plates Week is a 10-day culinary event featuring 15 of Mumbai’s finest dining restaurants presenting a wide selection of small plates to eat, share and repeat. The aim of the fest is to introduce restaurant and their menu to diners over small plates allowing them to try a huge variety of the restaurant’s menu.