Free Press Journal
  • US warned Israel against annexing West Bank: minister

    Jerusalem: Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said today that the United States has warned that annexing the West Bank would lead to an “immediate crisis” with President Donald Trump’s administration. Lieberman, speaking before his first trip to Washington since Trump took office, sought to push back against those in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition calling for a declaration of Israeli sovereignty over all or part of the occupied territory. He said annexation

  • Jolie hopes her new film doesn’t bring up hatred

    Actress-director Angelina Jolie says she hopes Cambodians will be proud of her film “First They Killed My Father” instead of feeling hatred or resentment for what the country endured in the late 1970s. The movie throws light on the genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge communist party’s regime, reported BBC. “I hope this doesn’t bring up hatred. I hope this doesn’t bring up blame. I hope the people of this country

  • DDCA defamation suit: Jaitley cross-examined by Jethmalani

    New Delhi: Expelled BJP leader and jurist Ram Jethmalani today cross-examined Finance Minister Arun Jaitley who has filed a Rs 10 crore civil defamation suit in the Delhi High Court against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and five AAP leaders for accusing him of financial bungling in DDCA.

  • I am done with Kangana playing the victim card: Karan Johar

    London: Karan Johar has criticised actress Kangana Ranaut for constantly playing the “victim card” and blaming Bollywood for terrorising her. Kangana recently appeared on Johar’s celebrity talk show where she called him the “flag-bearer of nepotism”. “I am done with Kangana playing the woman card and the victim card. I am done,” Johar said during a session with Anupama Chopra at London School of Economics, India Forum.

  • RJD slams Giriraj demand to review Minority tag to Muslims

    Patna: Union Minister Giriraj Singh’s insistence to review the Minority tag to Muslims was today trashed by RJD, which said it is part of a design to exploit communal sentiments for benefit in the Uttar Pradesh polls.

  • Alia’s National Award dreams

    The bubbly actress says she will be blown away if she wins the coveted trophy

  • Tom Hiddleston loves playing the hero

    Actor Tom Hiddleston, who is famous for playing the villainous role of Loki in the Marvel films, says it was a “lovely” experience for him to play a hero in his upcoming film “Kong: Skull Island”. The 36-year-old actor stars in the role of a former SAS tracker Captain James Conrad in the film and says it was thrilling for him to play the good guy, reported USA Today. “It’s like, this

  • Madonna’s jam session with newly adopted twins

    Pop diva Madonna enjoyed a jam session with her four-year-old newly adopted twins. The “Living for Love” singer took to Instagram to share a cute video of daughters Stelle and Estere, playing on the keyboard in matching black-and-gold T-shirts. “Saturday Jam!” Madonna, 58, captioned it. “Awesome!!”

  • Dakota’s no-watching ‘Fifty Shades’ pact with parents

    Actress Dakota Johnson says she has made a pact with her parents actors Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson not to watch her “Fifty Shades” films. The 27-year-old actress says it is “hard” for them to come to terms with this condition but is thankful they agreed to it, reported OK! magazine. “I know it’s tough. But I made them promise and they respect that… That’s hard for them, just this huge movement

  • Baahubali 2 doesn’t have Chiranjeevi voice-over

    Filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli on Monday said that megastar Chiranjeevi has not lent his voice in “Baahubali: The Conclusion” – the second part in the franchise – which is due for release on April 28. “Chiranjeevi giving voice-over for ‘Baahubali 2’ is false news,” Rajamouli tweeted.

  • Konkona is fed up with censor board

    Actress Konkona Sen Sharma has slammed the censor board for denying a certificate to her film “Lipstick under my Burkha”.

  • Kalki, Ritabhari team up for ‘Naked’

    Kolkata: Bengali actress Ritabhari Chakraborty, who has teamed up with National Award winning actress Kalki Koechlin, for the short film “Naked”, says issues like invasion of privacy on social media are “all out there” but are not usually discussed. Directed by Rakesh Kumar, the short film is scheduled for release on March 8, International Women’s Day, and goes with the tagline “We are all naked on the bare stage of social media”.

  • De-stress & lose weight

    London: Have you ever noticed that you’re eating habits change whenever you are stressed? It’s long been suspected that stress can lead to weight gain, but a new study – the first of its kind – now suggests that long term stress can lead to gaining weight over time.

  • A new hope for Sickle Cell disease patients

    London: In a world-first, doctors have successfully reversed sickle cell disease in a French teenager using a pioneering treatment to alter his DNA, offering new hope to millions of people with the deadly blood disorder.

  • Decoded! Is rice healthy or not?

    New York: Rice is a staple food for many Asian countries, serving as a main food source for about half the world’s population. But, is the carbohydrate-rich grain a healthy one? The answer to this lies in the type of rice you choose.