Free Press Journal
  • Neha Dhupia bumped into Hollywood star Cate Blanchett

    It has only been a few days when Neha Dhupia returned to Mumbai from New York City after spending New Year’s Eve in style. Neha along with Karan Johar and few other friends began New Year celebrations together away from the Mumbai city.

  • Pak SC asks Sharif family to establish ownership of Minerva Financial Services Ltd

    Islamabad: The Pakistan Supreme Court on Friday said that if Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s family is unable to establish ownership of Minerva Financial Services Limited, the court would have to assume that charges leveled against the Premier’s family by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) are true.

  • Yuvraj returns in Kohli-led ODI, T20 squads against England

    Mumbai: Star batsman Yuvraj Singh was named in the Indian One-Day International (ODI) and T20 squads for the three-match series against England, led by new skipper Virat Kohli, starting on January 15, BCCI’s Chairman of Selectors M.S.K. Prasad announced here on Friday.

  • Akhilesh locking horns with mentor Shivpal, says Amar Singh

    Lucknow: Samajwadi Party MP Amar Singh on Friday said he would not come in way of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’ success, adding that the latter should not forget that he has been brought up under the guidance of Shivpal Yadav with whom he has now locked horns with.

  • Russia begins to scale down troops in Syria

    Moscow: Russia on Friday began planned reduction of its military presence in Syria, led by aircraft carrier group “Admiral Kuznetsov”, the chief of the Russian armed forces said.

  • Shiv Sena sharpens attack on Centre, says “worst in 10,000 years”

    Mumbai: In a stinging attack on the NDA Government over demonetisation, key ally Shiv Sena today described it as the “worst regime in 10,000 years” and said the BJP leaders are living in fool’s paradise to think that the exercise would eradicate black money after putting even women to great difficulty.

  • Glad to have worked with Om Puri in ‘Tubelight’: Kabir Khan

    Mumbai: Om Puri, who passed away this morning after suffering a massive heart attack will be seen next in Salman Khan starrer “Tubelight” and director Kabir Khan says he is glad to have had the veteran actor on board.

  • Classified report on Russia, election hacking going to Trump

    Washington: The nation’s top intelligence officials are making their most detailed and persuasive case yet to President-elect Donald Trump that Russia interfered in this year’s US political process.

  • Lodha Panel gives ‘Go Ahead’ after BCCI delays team selection

    New Delhi: The BCCI continued to show defiance despite a clear verdict from the Supreme Court and needed a written directive from the Lodha Panel to go ahead with its selection committee meeting, which was delayed by three hours on technical grounds.

  • CES 2017: A haven for innovative tech

    The Consumer Technology Association (CES) 2017 is the much awaited tech show every year. This is place where every year many company showcase their strength in technological sector. Company’s and start-up’s bring innovative ideas in technology. Here are few exciting and soon to come into production products that will amaze you.

  • Bahubali 2 teaser promo to release with Shah Rukh’s Raees

    After much delay, fans of superstar Shah Rukh Khan are finally gearing up to watch the period entertainer Raees. And yet another surprise is in store for them in the form of the first teaser of Bahubali: The Conclusion.

  • Theresa May to visit Donald Trump soon

    London: British Prime Minister Theresa May is set for her first meeting with Donald Trump in the spring after his inauguration as US President this month, Downing Street announced today.

  • NIA files chargesheet against Lashkar terrorist Bahadur Ali

    New Delhi: NIA has filed a charge sheet against Pakistani national Bahadur Ali, who was arrested in Kashmir in July last year, alleging that he was working for terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and was planning to carryout attacks at several places including Delhi.