Free Press Journal
  • IPL 2017: KXIP 164/4 (19.0/20 ov),won by 6 wickets

    Today’s match is between Kings XI Punjab and Rising Pune Supergiants, Supergiants will be confident after their good win against Mumbai Indians on Thursday. Kings XI Punjab will be led by Australian limited overs specialist Glenn Maxwell. This is the fourth match of IPL 2017 at the Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore

  • Stokes stars in Pune’s recovery

    Indore: Ben Stokes led Rising Pune Supergiant’s recovery with a blistering half century, helping his team post 163 for six in its Indian Premier League (IPL) match against Kings XI Punjab here today. After the fall of the top order that left Pune at 49 for three in the ninth over, Stokes (50 off 32) showed why he was the most expensive player at the auction with some brutal hitting. He got

  • Shraddha Kapoor’s heart-warming gesture for her spot-boy

    New Delhi : Since Shraddha Kapoor is close to her team and thinks of them as her extended family, she recently gifted her spot boy a watch for his birthday. Shraddha’s spot boy, Raju, has been with her for the past few years. Both of them share their birthday’s on the same date and the actress ends up cutting the birthday cake with him every year.

  • Stage set for tomorrow’s Srinagar LS bypoll militants try to scare voters

    Srinagar: The stage is set for the bypolls to the prestigious Srinagar Lok Sabha seat tomorrow with adequate security arrangements being made, even as militants and miscreants tried to scare the electorate. Nine candidates are in the fray for the Srinagar Lok Sabha seat where more than 1,500 polling stations have been set up for nearly 12.61 lakh electorate.

  • ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’ not only confined to India, but goes beyond borders: PM Modi

    New Delhi: Highlighting his belief in the development of the South Asian region, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that his vision of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ is not only confined to 125 crore Indians but goes beyond it and encompasses the neighboring nations as well. Speaking at a function organized to honor the martyrs of liberation war of Bangladesh in New Delhi today, Prime Minister Modi said the development of

  • Trump nominates two Indian-Americans for key administrative posts

    Washington D.C.: U.S. President Donald Trump has nominated two prominent Indian-Americans for key administrative posts. Trump nominated well-known Indian-Americans Vishal Amin and Neomi Rao as his new Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator and the Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs respectively.

  • Sena MP Gaikwad in Mumbai, meets Uddhav Thackeray

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who was involved in a row with Air India, met party president Uddhav Thackeray today and explained his position over the issue. The meeting, which lasted for 10 minutes at Shiv Sena’s central office at Dadar here, came after Air India, and other airlines, lifted the flying ban on Gaikwad after he expressed regret for assaulting an AI employee on March 23.

  • Police stops church event after Adityanath’s HYV alleges conversion

    Maharajganj (UP): Police stopped a church event attended by more than 150 people, including 10 American tourists, here after the right-wing Hindu Yuva Vahini (HYV) alleged that religious conversion was being carried out. The youth brigade, set up in 2002 by Yogi Adityanath who is now Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, filed a complaint against Yohannan Adam, the pastor of the church, accusing him of converting Hindus to Christianity, a charge the pastor

  • On-screen son Salman pays a late night visit to Vinod Khanna at the hospital

    For the past couple of days, several B-townies have expressed their grief over the ailing health of Vinod Khanna and have been giving their best wishes to the veteran star. While his sons have been constantly updating about their father’s health to the media, we hear that many from the industry too visited the legendary star at the hospital.

  • Difficult to take pictures with every fan: Rajinikanth

    Chennai: Superstar Rajinikanth on Saturday called off his meeting with fans as he finds it very difficult to click pictures with every fan. The “Kabali” actor was supposed to meet his fans here between April 12 and 16. “It’s time consuming and difficult to take pictures with each fan. In future, we plan to have meetings in every district such that fans can take individual pictures without much hassle,” Rajinikanth, whose fan

  • India emerging as favored destination for Bangladeshi investment

    New Delhi: Effective and fast-track implementation of decisions taken by the governments of India and Bangladesh has resulted in enhancement of trade and investment between the two nations, said Former Ambassador of India to Bangladesh, Veena Sikri.

  • Clinton chides Trump on Syrian refugee ban after strike

    Washington: Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has chided President Donald Trump for firing 59 Tomahawk missiles on Syria as he attempts to bar refugees from entering the US. Clinton on Friday urged the administration to “recognize that we cannot in one breath speak of protecting Syrian babies and in the next close America’s doors to them”.

  • Myanmar wedding boat crashes with river Barge, 20 dead

    Yangon: At least 20 people were killed when a boat carrying scores of wedding guests collided with a river barge in Western Myanmar, authorities said today, with more feared drowned as rescuers searched for the missing.