Free Press Journal
  • Talks on Masood Azhar under progress: Chinese envoy

    New Delhi: China supports India on combating terrorism and a discussion to declare Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar a “global terrorist” is in progress, Chinese Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui said on Friday.

  • Lalu plays down Rabri’s suggestion of son Tejaswi as CM

    Patna: RJD President Lalu Prasad today sought to play down the political controversy triggered by his wife Rabri Devi’s assertion that people of Bihar wanted to see their son Tejaswi Yadav as the chief minister.

  • Pakistan wants good ties with India: Nawaz Sharif

    Ankara: Asserting that Pakistan wants to have good ties with India, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said both sides should maintain good relations and avoid indulging in conspiracies against each other.

  • At 23, Sena’s Harshad Karkar becomes youngest BMC corporator

    Mumbai: 23-year-old MBA student, Harshad Karkar, who aspired to step into the corporate world, has become the youngest corporator in the cash-rich Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) this time, winning Dahisar east ward on Shiv Sena ticket.

  • Wolverine, Deadpool not teaming up, says Hugh Jackman

    Ryan Reynolds may be very excited to team up with Hugh Jackman for any Wolverine/Deadpool movie in the future, but the latter doesn’t think it will happen. In Facebook Live Q&A Jackman, who appeared along with “Logan” director James Mangold and co-star Patrick Stewart, responded to fan’s question about Wolverine/Deadpool movie, reported Ace Showbiz.

  • Tom Cruise trying to re-establish bond with daughter Suri

    Actor Tom Cruise is reportedly ready to reunite with daughter Suri after more than three years. According to a source, Cruise “has some reprioritising in his life” after mourning the loss of his mother Mary Lee South, who died at age 80 earlier this month, reports

  • Swara’s Anaarkali of Aaarah is for everyone

    Actress Swara Bhaskar says her upcoming film “Anaarkali of Aaarah” caters to audience across sections, be it the classes or the masses. “I hope we are able to bring in more audience from heartland of India to see the film. I think this film will appeal to cross section. It’s an exciting world and it generates curiosity among multiplex and educated audience and even women. The film has universal appeal,” Swara said

  • Amitabh Bachchan admires children who follow family’s profession

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he admires children who follow professions which are traditional in their families. The “Piku” star launched Ustad Amjad Ali Khan’s sons album – ‘Journey- Rabab to Sarod’ – by Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash, recently. “It’s very rare for the heads of family to follow their tradition into the next generation and I really want to compliment you for continuing this tradition in your family… Unfortunately

  • Kangana Ranaut’s man talk…

    the actress says that more than Saif, Shahid, she is smitten with her Rangoon director Vishal Bhardwaj

  • Matt Reeves officially takes charge as ‘The Batman’ director

    Filmmaker Matt Reeves will direct “The Batman”, it has been officially announced. Reeves took over the reins as director after actor-filmmaker Ben Affleck stepped aside to focus on starring as the superhero, reports Reeves will also produce the movie. It was earlier reported that Reeves was in negotiations. “I have loved the Batman story since I was a child. He is such an iconic and compelling character, and one that resonates

  • Will not act in all my production ventures: Rahul Bose

    Rahul Bose is all set for his maiden home production “Poorna”, which also stars him, but the actor says he does not want to always feature in his own films.”Poorna” is based on a true story of Malavath Poorna, a tribal girl from Telangana who created history on May 25, 2014, by becoming the youngest girl in the world to scale the Mount Everest. She was just 13-year-old when she pitched the

  • Congress has become ‘Indian version of Muslim League’: VHP

    New Delhi: Buoyed by the BJP’s impressive show in Maharashtra civic polls, VHP today said Congress has become an ‘Indian version of Muslim League’ and warned that parties which do not follow Hindutva line will get “finished”.

  • Sheila said what people already knew: BJP on Rahul comment

    New Delhi: BJP today mocked Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi after Sheila Dikshit’s reported remark that he was “still not mature”, saying the former Delhi chief minister has said what people had already known and thanked her for acknowledging it.