Free Press Journal
  • Live score, IPL 2017:Rising Pune 187/3 (19.5 Ovs) won by 7 wickets

    It’s Day 2 of the Indian Premier League 2017 and live streaming of the big T20 match between Rising Pune Supergiants vs Mumbai Indians. This will be Rising Pune Supergiants’ second season in IPL. Mumbai Indians are two-time IPL champions. Mumbai Indians are known to be late bloomers in Indian Premier League. In their last couple of seasons, they have hit the peak of their performance towards the business end of the

  • Gaikwad regrets “unfortunate incident” in letter to Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapthi Raju, reguest to lift ban

    New Delhi: Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, at the centre of a row over assaulting an Air India employee, today wrote a letter to Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapthi Raju voicing “regret” over the “unfortunate incident”. “I write to convey my regrets for the unfortunate incident that took place on 23rd March, 2017 in the Air India Flight No. AI-852 seat No. 1F,” Gaikwad, who has been steadfast in refusing to

  • In pictures: Sister of Tiger Shroff flaunt her body in bikini

    We all know the Shroff family in Bollywood, Tiger and Jackie are celebrities but now one more member from the family is in lime light, yes it’s Jackie’s daughter Krishna Shroff, she is breaking the internet with her bikini photos.

  • Fly ban on Gaikwad to continue for now

    New Delhi: The fly ban on Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad will not be lifted by Air India for now, according to sources. This comes after the Shiv Sena earlier in the day launched a scathing attack on Air India for banning Gaikwad and has threatened that they will not participate in the April 10 NDA meeting if the matter is not resolved by then. During the Zero Hour, there were unruly scenes with

  • Eating Marmite may be good for your brain

    Consuming Marmite – a tangy British spread – daily may be good for the brain, as it has been found to increase a chemical messenger associated with healthy brain function, a study has showed. In the study, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, participants consuming a teaspoon of Marmite every day for a month, showed a substantial reduction of around 30 per cent in their brain’s response to visual stimuli.

  • Tobey Maguire to make directorial debut

    “The Great Gatsby” star Tobey Maguire is in talks to make his directorial debut on the long-awaited film adaptation of Jo Nesbo’s “Blood on Snow”. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 41-year-old actor – who voices a character in new animation “The Boss Baby” – is to step behind the camera for the first time on the film, which is inspired by the novella. This development has been sitting on the shelf

  • Tom Cruise changed Jessica Chastain’s career

    Hollywood star Jessica Chastain has thanked Tom Cruise for changing the course of her career, after he helped her to secure a role in “Zero Dark Thirty”. The 40-year-old flame-haired actress has revealed she owes her role in the political action-thriller to Cruise, who used his considerable influence to help Chastain star in the hit movie about the real-life search for Osama bin Laden, rather than his own film “Oblivion”, reported Contactmusic.

  • Christian Bale to suit up as former US Vice Prez in a biopic

    Christian Bale, Steve Carell and Amy Adams are reportedly in talks to star in untitled Dick Cheney biopic directed by Adam McKay. Bale may play the former vice president of United States, while Adams is on board to play Lynne Cheney. Carell, meanwhile, is reportedly in talks to play former US congressman Donald Rumsfeld, reported Variety.

  • No ‘Deadpool 2’ for Pierce Brosnan

    Actor Pierce Brosnan has refuted rumours that he’s in negotiations to play Cable in the upcoming “Deadpool 2”. The former James Bond actor cleared up the air during a visit to “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, saying, “Not true. Nothing’s come my way yet”, reported Ace Showbiz.

  • With book club, Sonali aims to encourage reading

    Actress and author Sonali Bendre, who has started a book club on social media, says she did so to encourage the habit of reading. Asked what urged her to do so, Sonali said: “I used to be a voracious reader and then I never found the time to. In today’s age, everything is digital. We are constantly on our phones or in front of the television, so we no longer take the

  • Shruti Hassan’s fighting lessons…for a movie

    Shruti Haasan has started taking fighting lessons for her role in filmmaker Sundar C’s mega budget Tamil historic drama “Sanghamitra”. “And it begins! Fight training for ‘Sanghamitra’ with the awesome Timklotzklotz,” Shruti tweeted on Thursday.

  • Thrilled to work with Neeraj Pandey: Sidharth Malhotra

    Mumbai: Actor Sidharth Malhotra says he is excited to play the role of an army espionage agent in Neeraj Pandey’s upcoming directorial “Aiyaary”. Its poster was unveiled on Thursday on Twitter. The project also stars Manoj Bajpayee and is based on true events. It will be a 2018 Republic Day release. It revolves around the relationship between a mentor and a protégé.

  • Your baby’s love is natural for superheroes

    Tokyo: Ever wondered why babies love and adore superheroes? It may be because they are born with a sense of justice – a concept portrayed through the heroic acts of the characters, researchers say.

  • Soon, fly high like Jarvis!

     A British inventor has built a ‘Iron Man Suit’ that lets you hover the air

  • Poor sleep ups risk of memory loss in elderly

    New York: Unmet sleep needs of the elderly elevate their risk of memory loss and a wide range of mental and physical disorders, says a study,

  • Turns out, multivitamins don’t risk your heart

    Washington D.C.: Multivitamins are not associated with any heart disease risk, regardless of initial dietary intake, according to a recent study.

  • Was depressed, had suicidal thoughts: Asha Parekh

    Mumbai: Asha Parekh’s versatility helped her feature in films of diverse genres in the 1960s but the veteran actress says being on top is often lonesome and there was a phase where she went into depression. Parekh was one of the top stars in the industry from 1959 to 1973. She worked with all the top heroes of her time including Shammi Kapoor, Dev Anand, Rajendra Kumar, Rajesh Khanna and others. It

  • Alzheimers

    Natural compound may help fight Alzheimer’s disease

    New York: Researchers have found that a compound produced by a certain soil bacterium has unusual properties that may help address neurologic damage such as Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Facebook rolls out tools to stop ‘revenge porn’

    New York: Facebook has rolled out tools to help people thwart the circulation of their intimate images without consent or ‘revenge porn’ on its platforms including Messenger and photo-sharing service Instagram.