Free Press Journal
  • DRS: India get 17 out of 55 calls right

    New Delhi : He may have been a vocal advocate of Decision Review System (DRS) but Indian captain Virat Kohli’s dismal success ratio indicates that calling for referrals is not exactly his ‘calling card’.

  • Ahuja fights strongly to defeat Soparkar 3-2 in 9-Red Open Handicap Snooker Tournament 2017

    Mumbai : Sumeet Ahuja (+35) showed steady nerves and put up a strong fight which helped to score a fantastic win against Abhishek Soparkar (+29) by a 3-2 scoreline in a tense first round match of the Matunga Gymkhana 9-Red Open Handicap Snooker Tournament 2017, which is sponsored and hosted by Matunga Gymkhana and played at the gymkhana’s billiards hall.

  • Fireworks from Indian guns in ISSF World Cup

    New Delhi : Fireworks followed two days of lull with Ankur Mittal clinching the silver medal in a marathon double trap final after the duo of Jitu Rai and Heena Sidhu claimed the top prize in 10m air pistol mixed event at the ISSF World Cup, here on Monday.

  • Paddy, Goel to get C K Nayudu Lifetime Award

    New Delhi : Former domestic cricketers Rajinder Goel and Padmakar Shivalkar,  were on Monday nominated for the C K Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award alongside former national captain Shantha Rangaswamy, who became the first woman to be chosen for the honour.

  • Army exam paper leak: Congress asks Parrikar to wake up and act

    Panaji: The Congress in Goa on Monday asked Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar to “wake up” and act, claiming the Army Recruitment Board exam paper scam took place due to the lack of vigilance within the ministry.

  • Israeli planes hit Gaza after rocket attack

    Jerusalem: Israeli aircraft hit targets in the Gaza Strip today, hours after a rocket fired from the Palestinian territory slammed into southern Israel.

  • Another Mayan find

    Researchers discover a jade pendant said to have belonged to a king

  • Adah Sharma all set to entertain with Commando 2

    Actress Adah Sharma, best known for her work in films such as “1920” and “Hasee Toh Phasee”, says she is very excited about “Commando 2” because it features her in the most commercial and entertaining role yet of her career.

  • Andrew Lincoln excited about ‘Love Actually’ sequel

    Andrew Lincoln is excited about shooting the second installment of “Love Actually”. The “Walking Dead” actor is all set to revive his role as mark, who was unlucky in love in the mini movie, being filmed for Comic Relief, reported Entertainment Weekly. “It’s fun and going to be really great to see everyone again. It’s very exciting. It’s a very cool thing,” Lincoln said. The actor also added he was ecstatic director

  • Bhumi Pednekar gets nostalgic as she visits Dum Laga Ke Haisha days

    Bhumi Pednekar, who was seen playing a smart plus-sized girl named Sandhya in “Dum Laga Ke Haisha”, says the National Award winning film changed her life. “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” completed two years since its release on Monday. The 27-year-old actress says the film is special to her.

  • Change of names for Ratan Rajput, Ayaz Ahmed

    Actors Ratan Rajput and Ayaz Ahmed, who play lead roles in “Santoshi Maa”, have changed the spellings of their names. Ratan Rajput is now spelled as Ratan Raajputh and Ayaz Ahmed will now be Ayyaz Ahmed. “I felt very intuitive about this and you have just one life. I believe in universe, manifestation and vibrations. According to numerology my name number and my destiny number should be same and hence I decided

  • Work, not health, comes first for Sapna Sikarwar

    Actress Sapna Sikarwar, who plays the role of Kashmira in popular comedy show “May I Come in Madam?”, continued shooting for the show despite being ill. “Being a professional and realising the importance of the shoot to complete on time, I decided to take some medicines and continued the shoot. I was coughing badly and between shots had a lot of hot water to clear my throat so I could mouth the

  • Oscars 2017: Indian on red carpet

    Dev: Dev Patel, who walked the red carpet with his mother, looked handsome in a white Brunello Cucinelli tuxedo. Dev might have lost the Best Supporting trophy, but he surely did won many hearts for the movie Lion. –Pic: AFP

  • Oscars 2017: Best red carpet moments

    From best picture announcement gaffe, to Kimmel’s anti-Trump opening act, this year’s Oscars were truly a mix of the best and the worst. Here are the most eye-catching red-carpet moments from the 89th Academy Awards.

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