Free Press Journal
  • Salman Khan starrer ‘Tubelight’ will not release in Pakistan on Eid

    While Salman Khan rules the box office on the special occasion of Eid every year, the Pakistani government has decided against it this year. Salman Khan and his record successes during the occasion remains to be the talk of the town but this time around, the Pakistani government wants their local content to flourish during the occasion. Due to the same reason, they have decided against releasing Kabir Khan’s Tubelight on Eid this year.

  • Terrorism & racism tops Twitter list

    London : Based on a study of 173 million tweets, terrorism and racism have emerged as the top two global issues discussed on Twitter. Terrorism was found to be the most discussed issue from the UN list of issues with 31 million tweets per year, the Telegraph reported.

  • Supreme Court orders medical examination of Justice Karnan

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday directed medical examination of Calcutta High Court’s Justice C.S. Karnan. He will be examined on May 4 and the report has to be submitted on May 8.

  • Mumbai: 9 injured in Matunga as Scorpio collides with truck head on

    Mumbai: In a freak accident in Matunga, 9 people were injured as a Scorpio SUV collided with a truck on Sunday. The drivers of the SUV and truck have sustained serious injuries. The accident took place at around 2 am on Nanalal Mehta flyover above Maheshwari Udyan.

  • SAARC satellite, envisioned by Modi, set to take off: High-flying facts

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise of a satellite for SAARC nations will become a reality this week, as it will be launched on May 5. While Pakistan has opted out of the project, the satellite will cater to countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and Maldives.

  • Bhopal: Three held for Admn helpless selling firearms

    BHOPAL: The city crime branch police arrested three men accused of selling and purchasing illegal firearms and live cartridges on Saturday here. Three pistols and six live cartridges were recovered from them, the police said. According to the police, they received a tip-off about a man roaming with an illegal firearm in search of a potential customer at Mangalwara locality.

  • Sonu Sood to produce a biopic on Indian shuttler PV Sindhu

    Mumbai: Ace shuttler Pusarla Venkata Sindhu, who became the first Indian woman to win a silver medal at the Olympics last year, is the next sports personality whose story is heading to the big screen.

  • How Cheap! You can watch ‘Baahubali 2’ for just Rs 50. And this is not a joke

    The craze and euphoria around ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ is historic. But, so are the ticket prices. Interestingly though, while in multiplexes the fans are buying the ticket for above Rs 1,000 there is a place where the audience can see ‘Baahubali 2’ in just Rs 50. Shocked! Yes, in a village fair (Ter Sant Gorobakaka Yatra) in Osmanabad, people paid just Rs 50 to watch the ‘Baahubali 2’. The show times are from

  • Indian-American comedian mocks Trump at WHCD show

    Washington, As he made fun of President Donald Trump, Indian-American stand-up comedian Hasan Minhaj said that one has such a freedom only in a country like the US because of its commitment to freedom of speech enshrined in its Constitution.

  • Mumbai’s super win over Gujarat

    Rajkot : Jasprit Bumrah produced one of the finest death overs in the history of Indian Premier League as Mumbai Indians nearly committed harakiri before edging out Gujarat Lions in a thrilling Super Over finish.

  • Andrew Tye ruled out with dislocated shoulder

    Rajkot : Gujarat Lions’ all-rounder Andrew Tye has been ruled out of the remainder of IPL season 10 with a dislocated shoulder. Tye dislocated his shoulder in Gujarat Lions’ thrilling super over loss to Mumbai Indians on Saturday.

  • Confident Pune face inconsistent Gujarat

    Pune have 10 points from nine matches and have gained momentum, having won three of their last four matches. They are coming off a comprehensive 61-run win over Bangalore on Saturday.

  • Maharashtra Day: These facts about the state will blow your mind!

    May 1, also known as Maharashtra Day or Maharashtra Diwas is the day when the state of Maharashtra was formed in 1960, after the partition of Bombay state. The state is also the second most populous state in the country. It is also considered as one of the wealthiest states. Today, on the occasion of Maharashtra Day, here are few interesting facts about the state.

  • Ujjain wins award in sanitation ranking survey

    Ujjain: The city has secured a place in the list of award winning cities for cleanliness under city sanitation ranking survey campaign ‘Swachha Sarvekshan 2017’ carried out by Union ministry of urban development.