Free Press Journal
  • Watch War Machine trailer stars Brad Pitt

    Netflick released the War Machine Trailer on Thursday, which gave the look of Brad Pitt as a General. As we have seen in the recently released War Machine trailer, the character explained why killing the civilian population is bad for building, protecting, and supporting it.

  • In pictures: Slaman Khan goes shirtless shows off his tan on a family holiday at the Maldives!

    Salman khan is a family man; he took 22 hour flight from Austria to Maldives just to attain his nephew’s first birthday ‘Ahil’. The entire family of Khan and Sharma was present at the luxurious resort at Maldives. Reports had stated that Salman wrapped up his shooting schedule in time to be by his nephew’s side to cut his first birthday cake. Joining the Khans was Salman’s rumoured ladylove Iulia Vantur. A

  • Once I wanted to pick up the stump and stab Virat: Ed Cowan

    Melbourne: Recalling a run-in with Virat Kohli, former Australia opener Ed Cowan today said he once felt like picking up a stump and stabbing the current India captain after being told something “highly inappropriate”.

  • Pakistan using social media to incite youth in Kashmir: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh today accused Pakistan of using the social media to incite youths in Kashmir to storm encounter sites to help holed-up militants, after some members in Lok Sabha raised the issue of death of three civilians in Budgam in firing by security forces.

  • UP government asks anti-Romeo squads not to use inhumane measures

    Lucknow: Acting on the Allahabad High Court’s order asking anti-Romeo squads to follow guidelines, the Uttar Pradesh government today directed the police to ensure that no inhumane measure was adopted in the name of ensuring security to women.

  • There is no celebrity, non-celebrity in Parliament: Govt

    New Delhi: Asserting that Parliament is the highest forum for discussion, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar on Friday said there is no celebrity or non-celebrity when a person is a nominated MP.

  • FIFA recommends 48 slots for World Cup 2026

    Geneva: The Bureau of the FIFA Council agreed on a proposed slot allocation among the six confederations for the World Cup 2026, which will witness 48 teams in the finals.

  • Girls of residential school forced to strip by Principal

    Muzaffarnagar: A group of girls at a residential school here were allegedly threatened and forced to strip by the Principal, following which an inquiry has been ordered into the incident.

  • Pakistan: 6 killed, 20 injured in a market blast

    Islamabad: At least six people were killed and over 20 others injured on Friday when a powerful blast ripped through a busy market area in Pakistan, police said.

  • Motion Poster of Sridevi starrer ‘MOM’ will leave you curious

    The powerhouse talent Sridevi is back with a bang. This woman every time surprises with her stellar performance and now yet again she is all set to steal our hearts with her next venture, MOM. The first motion poster of the film is out and we are really impressed. The motion poster has Nawazuddin Siddiqui talking about the importance of mother in our life and we connect to every single word of him. The

  • Party for 5 Mumbai residents turns into a funeral as boat overturns

    In a very unfortunate event, a surprise birthday party turned into funeral of five. On Tuesday, a boat carrying 24 guests tipped over near a lake in Dadra and Nagar Havli. The police have booked the boat owner Nirmal Jain for culpable homicide and negligence, and a team of forensic investigators are further looking in the matter.

  • After damning report, government tries to revive the steel giant SAIL and RINL

    The government has set up a committee to suggest measures to fast-track the ramping up of modernisation of the steel sector public sector firms SAIL and RINL. A high-level meeting called by the Union Minister for Steel, Chaudhary Birender Singh, with senior officials in New Delhi took the decision on Wednesday. M.K. Raghavan, Kozhikode MP, had taken up the issue with the Centre.

  • Justice Karnan appears before SC, alleges discrimination and social boycott

    New Delhi: Controversial Calcutta High Court judge Justice C S Karnan today appeared before the Supreme Court which granted him four weeks’ time to respond to the contempt notice while rejecting the submission that his administrative and judicial powers be restored.

  • 9 Malaysians detained in North Korea return home

    Kuala Lumpur, Nine Malaysians who were detained in Pyongyang returned home on Friday, following an agreement between the two countries to end the diplomatic conflict sparked by the death of North Korean leader’s half-brother Kim Jong-nam.