Free Press Journal
  • Lalu’s absence from dais at ‘Prakash Parv’ triggers row

    Patna: Lalu Prasad not getting a seat on the dais with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at the ‘Prakash Parv’ here yesterday has left the ‘grand alliance’ government partners–RJD and Congress–livid.

  • Bye-election to Amritsar Lok Sabha seat to be held on Feb 4

    New Delhi: Bye-election to the Amritsar Lok Sabha seat vacated by Congress Punjab president Amarinder Singh will be held on February 4 along with assembly polls in the state, the Election Commission announced today.

  • TMC to launch 3-day agitation against demonetisation

    Guwahati: Trinamool Congress will launch a three-day nationwide agitation against Centre’s demonetisation exercise, party vice-president and MP Mukul Roy said today.

  • Contest from anywhere, I will fight you: Amarinder dares Kejriwal

    Chandigarh: With elections to the 117-member Punjab assembly set to be held on February 4, Congress state unit President Amarinder Singh on Friday dared Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for an electoral face-off from any of the 117 seats.

  • Om Puri was a superlative actor: Juhi Chawla

    Actress Juhi Chawla, who worked with the late Om Puri in Hollywood film ‘The Hundred-Foot Journey’, cannot believe the passing away of the legendary actor.

  • Mark Ruffalo to return to Broadway with The Price

    Actor Mark Ruffalo is set to return to Broadway for the first time in more than a decade with “The Price”, says PTI. The 49-year-old star will step into the role that was initially set to be played by John Turturro, reported Variety.

  • When it’s ‘kissy time’ for Kidman, Keith Urban

    Actress Nicole Kidman and musician Keith Urban tell their children it’s their “kissy time” when their children interrupt them during their intimate moments, says IANS.

  • Kriti Sanon attracted to play quirky and complex characters

    Kriti Sanon who has made her Bollywood debut not so long back, has been acknowledged for her acting skills. We hear that Kriti Sanon is very fond of layered characters, roles that are challenging and complex to play on-screen.

  • Delhi HC rejects Payal Abdullah’s appeal for govt house on security ground

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today dismissed the plea of Payal Abdullah, estranged wife of former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah, for government housing on security ground, saying if her husband can shift to a private accommodation there is no reason to treat her differently.

  • Rahman turns 50; film celebs hail him as ‘god’s special child’

    Iconic composer-singer A.R. Rahman, who has not just mesmerised music lovers and is credited with changing the sound of Indian film music, but also made the country proud with his Oscar and Grammy wins, turned 50 on Friday. His close associates shared their thoughts on the artiste whom they consider “god’s special child”.

  • Bombay HC refuses to order CBI probe on Anna Hazare’s plea in sugar scam

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today refused to order a CBI probe on activist Anna Hazare’s plea into the the alleged sugar cooperative factories scam involving Rs 25,000 crore in which he has named politicians including NCP President Sharad Pawar and his nephew Ajit Pawar.

  • Shekhar Suman to pay tribute to legendary singers

    Actor-host Shekhar Suman is set to pay a musical tribute to legendary singers Kishore Kumar, Mukesh, Mohammed Rafi and Manna Dey by putting together a handpicked collection of romantic numbers mostly from the 1960s and 1970s, reports IANS.

  • Om Puri: An acting giant who traversed both East and West

    Mumbai: A giant of parallel and new wave cinema, Om Puri delivered some stellar performances in “Ardh Satya”, “Aakrosh” and “Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron” while being equally at home with Bollywood potboilers and Hollywood movies such as “East Is East” and “City of Joy”.