Free Press Journal
  • IPL 2017, MI VS SRH Match 10 Updates: SRH154/7 158/8 (20.0/20 ov),MI 159/6 (18.4/20 ov)

    The tenth edition of the Indian Premier League is unfolding some brilliant performances. Without a doubt the young guns as well as the experienced one in the business are giving their fans and spectators a number of reasons to cheer about. On Wednesday, yet another exciting encounter is expected to take place in Mumbai as the home side Mumbai Indians will aim to

  • Another embarrassing error from umpires Menon and Nandan

    Mumbai: The poor performance of the Indian umpires came under spotlight after an embarrasing error from on-field umpires CK Nandan and Nitin Menon, who allowed Sunrisers’ David Warner take strike after hitting a boundary off the last delivery of 6th over against Mumbai Indians.

  • EC issues ‘open challenge’ to people to hack EVMs

    New Delhi: The Election Commission today threw an “open challenge” to people to hack its EVMs, a move which comes after opposition parties urged it to revert to the paper ballot system raising doubts over infallibility of the machines. “From first week of May, experts, scientists, technocrats can come for a week or 10 days and try to hack the machines,” an official source said.

  • Pritam Aman Become The First Jodi To Get Perfect Scores On Nach Baliye!

    As the competition heats up on this season’s Nach Baliye, last week’s highest scoring jodi – Rj turned actor/anchor Pritam Singh and his wife Amanjjot had a tough act to live up to. While last week the duo had performed to a hot sizzling number, this time around their performance was extremely emotional and really touched the judges.

  • Modi government spreading fear, insecurity: Opposition tells Pranab

    New Delhi: A number of opposition leaders, including Congress President Sonia Gandhi, on Wednesday met President Pranab Mukherjee on the EVM issue and raised concern over what they called an “environment of fear and insecurity” in the country.

  • Johnny Depp plays baseball on set

    Actor Johnny Depp took some time out from his busy shooting schedule in his upcoming film ‘Labyrinth’ to play baseball with one of his co-stars on the set. In some photographs, Depp — dressed in a polo shirt and camel chinos — can be seen playing baseball with a young co-star on the set. In ‘Labyrinth’ Depp plays a police officer investigating the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls in

  • No Kat-Hrithik for Kabir

    Filmmaker dismisses any reports to collaborating for a film with his ‘Bang Bang’ stars

  • ‘Don’t hate Katy’

    Actor Orlando Bloom has opened up about his split from singer Katy Perry, saying he is still friends with the singer and that her bears her no ill will. “We’re friends, its good. We’re all grown up. She happens to be someone who is very visible, but I don’t think anybody cares about what I’m up to. It’s between us. It’s better to set an example for kids and show that don’t

  • The Fashionista diaries!

    Supermodel Gigi Hadid is all set to visit India as part of her global #TogetherTour to celebrate her Spring 2017 TommyXGigi collaborative collection. The 21-year-old model, who will be visiting Mumbai on April 27, will join India’s own fashionista Sonam Kapoor to discuss fashion and more. “Travelling around the world to meet fans has been an amazing experience. I look forward to visiting Mumbai and celebrating our final #TogetherTour stop this season,”

  • Standing ovation for Sasural Simar Ka’ fame Dipika Kakar

    Sasural Simar Ka’ fame Dipika Kakar is on a high currently as the actor has been getting back to back standing ovations in the dance show ‘Nach Baliye’ and she absolutely loves it. Dipika and husband Shoaibh has been working very hard as they have been rehearsing day and night.

  • Quiddich, cli-fi among new words in Oxford dictionary

    Quiddich, a fantasy sport played in J K Rowling’s magical Harry Potter frachise, along with words like ‘cli-fi’ and ‘showmance’ are among over 40 new additions in the latest update of the Oxford Dictionary. The non-magical iteration of Quiddich has been around for a little over ten years, originating at Middlebury College in Vermont, and is played with broomsticks held between the legs. ‘Cli-fi’ refers to the genre of fiction exploring issues

  • ScoopWhoop publishes official statement after FIR against co-founder Suparn Pandey

    New Delhi: Hours after the emergence of a sexual harassment allegation against ScoopWhoop co-founder Suparn Pandey by a former senior executive of the media organisation, ScoopWhoop on Wednesday published an official statement saying the company ‘strongly condemns any kind of harassment at the workplace’ and that they take complaints of harassment ‘seriously’.

  • Another life beneath the ocean

    Evidence of life detected signs of life below world’s deepest point Marian Trench

  • Bisexual men are better lovers

    Study says for women bisexual male could be better partners as compared to straight men

  • Eating an apple daily keeps diabetes at bay

    Washington: You may want to add fresh fruits to your diet as according to a recent study, the greater the consumption, the lower is the incidence of diabetes, as well as occurrence of complications in diabetics.

  • Vaccine to kill your acne in the offing

    London: A cure for acne may have been found in the form of a vaccine, according to a team of scientists. Acne is one of the most common skin conditions. According to the NHS around 80 percent of people aged 11 to 30 are affected by the disorder.

  • Hyderabad: Woman ends life after alleging dowry harassment in a video

    Hyderabad: A 20-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide here by hanging herself after recording a selfie video on her mobile phone in which she accused her husband and other family members of harassing her for dowry, police said today.

  • Cong in Maha takes dim view of NCP call for poll alliance

    Mumbai: The Congress in Maharashtra today made it clear that the opposition parties in the state had come together only to jointly take up the demand for a farm loan waiver and not as part of an electoral alliance. The Opposition parties in the state recently organised a “Sangharsh Yatra” jointly to highlight the plight of farmers and press for a loan waiver.

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