Free Press Journal
  • Opposition parties making Lord Ram centre of politics: Sanjiv Balyan

    New Delhi: With opposition questioning the timing of Central government’s bid to construct Ramayana museum in Ayodhya, an Union Minister from the state today sought to not link the project with the UP elections and instead accused BJP’s rival parties of making Lord Ram “centre of politics”.

  • Mel Gibson has claimed he has been sober for 10 years

    Actor-filmmaker Mel Gibson has claimed he has been sober for 10 years, following his controversial drink driving arrest and anti-Semitic rant in 2006. The 60-year-old was the subject of controversy in 2006 when he was arrested by a policeman in Malibu for drunk driving, and was subsequently filmed giving an anti-Semitic rant, reported Female First.

  • Being a woman isn’t easy: Lady Gaga

    Pop star Lady Gaga has revealed that being a woman isn’t easy. The 30-year-old pop star thinks all women share many of the same life struggles and has admitted the situation is pulling her “apart”, reported Contactmusic.

  • “I am trying to do my bit by making Loev”, says Arfi Lamba

    Actor Arfi Lamba (Prague, Fugly, Singh Is Blingg) tells Dinesh Raheja that he is overwhelmed that two films produced by him; Loev and The Road To Mandalay are being showcased at the MAMI film festival 2016. 

  • Richa, Vicky in AIB video

    After Masaan, Vicky Kaushal and Richa Chadha are back again with an interesting collaboration this time around. Vicky and Richa are shooting currently together with AIB, who are known for their comedy content and for their famous parodies.

  • 31st October part of school syllabus?

    In all probability, writer-producer Harry Sachdeva’s 31st October starring Soha Ali Khan and Vir Das, based on the aftermath of Indira Gandhi’s assassination, will feature in school textbooks.

  • Irrfan Khan One of the best elements of Inferno

    If there’s any Indian actor who consistently performs with the ace of his speech, it is Irrfan Khan. The impeccable actor, who has even more impeccable dialogue delivery skills, has managed to do it again with his latest Hollywood release, Inferno.

  • Now smartwatch that recognises gestures objects

    Scientists have developed a new technology that enables smartwatches to recognise gestures such as taps and flicks as well as identify objects held in the user’s hand, making possible new types of interactions with wearable devices, according to PTI.

  • Titanic 2 wreck to be turned into theme park

    London: A sunken World War I ship, dubbed Titanic 2, may soon be turned into an underwater theme park, thanks to officials in Greece who are planning to generate revenue for the cash-strapped country, says PTI.

  • Shopping malls facing e-commerce challenge: ASSOCHAM

    New Delhi: Faced with heavy discounts from e-commerce, shopping mall owners in major cities are shaping back, going aggressive in the run up to Diwali offering freebies and easy finance options, hoping to win back the footfalls and increase their business by at least 45-50 per cent in the ongoing festive season as compared to similar period last year, an ASSOCHAM paper has noted, reports ANI.

  • I am tired of the industry being a soft target: Anurag Kashyap

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, who was trolled for tweeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his Pakistan visit, today sought to difuse a row, saying he was not asking the PM to apologise but merely pointing out that film industry was made a scapegoat in the situation.

  • Smita Patil was a considerate friend: Big B

    Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan remembered veteran actress Smita Patil on her 61st birth anniversary and called her a special lady in his life.

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    Diwali 2016: Don’t miss out on these online sales this Diwali!

    With Diwali around the corner, the first thing that comes to our mind is shopping! With sale season already on its way, shopping seams never –ending. And when there is online shopping the pleasure increases –no queues, no store hopping. Whether you are travelling or sitting at the luxury of your home trying to find that perfect lehenga or a matching accessory is trouble-free.

  • Setback for BCCI as SC dismisses review petition on Lodha recommendations

    New Delhi: In a major setback to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed the cricket board’s petition seeking review of the apex court verdict validating the Lodha panel recommendations.