Free Press Journal
  • Champions Trophy 2017: Rabada, Morris, Matthews leave Daredevils

    New Delhi: Delhi Daredevils trio of Kagiso Rabada, Chris Morris and Angelo Matthews on Monday left the Indian Premier League (IPL) to join their respective national teams in the ICC Champions Trophy, starting June 1.

  • MF Husain

    Mumbai: Iconic Pundole Art Gallery to auction MF Husain’s paintings worth Rs 25cr

    It has been a week after the Bombay High Court directed the Deputy Sheriff of Mumbai to move celebrated painter MF Husain’s artworks worth Rs 25 crore from a private bank locker to an art warehouse at Wadala. The shift was ordered after it was informed that the paintings could suffer loss of valuation. Recently, the owner of Pundole Art Gallery in Fort has proposed to host a special art auction to auction the

  • Look forward to working with French President-elect Macron: PM Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday greeted Emmanuel Macron for his ‘emphatic victory’ in the French Presidential election, adding that he looks forward to working with the President-elect. Pro European centrist leader Emmanuel Macron was elected as President of France last night.

  • Your daily horoscope- 08 May

    Aries:– Some stressful moments are affecting your love life and creating misunderstandings in between you and your life partner. It is necessary to understand his/her feelings.

  • Banksy Brexit mural appears in England

    London: A Brexit-inspired mural by acclaimed street artist Banksy showing a metalworker chipping away at a star on the European Union (EU) flag appeared in a coastal town in England, the media reported.

  • Nityanand Charandas

    The Greatest Gambler— ​Nityanand Charan Das

    In a gambling match,the most miserable person is the one who wins initially and the most expert Gambler is the one who allows his opponent to do so.

  • Fodder scam: No relief for Lalu, Apex Court orders trial for criminal conspiracy

    New Delhi: In a major setback to Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, the Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)’s plea challenging the Jharkhand High Court’s order of dropping charges against the former Bihar chief minister in the fodder scam case.

  • China ready to amend name of CPEC to appease India

    New Delhi: Under the pretext of not disrupting bilateral relations between India and China, Ambassador Luo Zhaohui said the latter is ready to change the name of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) passing through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

  • BJP MLA yells at woman IPS officer, reduces her to tears

    Gorakhpur: A woman IPS officer was reduced to tears after a BJP MLA in Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s parliamentary constituency of Gorakhpur got into a heated argument with her over evicting protesters, with the incident being captured on the camera.

  • Aishwarya is conscious of her choice of roles

    Mumbai: Television actress Aishwarya Sakhuja says she is very conscious about her choice of roles, and she prefers characters which project women in a better light.

  • Mumbai: Number of RERA members likely to rise to cope with complaints

    Mumbai: Even as developers pull up their socks to register themselves on the Real Estate Regulation Act website, the members of the state nodal authority are likely to be increased in keeping with the number of complaints registered.

  • Sana Khan from bubbly to bold!

    Sana Khan talks to NIKITA WADHAWAN about romancing Khiladi Kumar, relationship with Salman and her sexy new avatar

  • Deadly Tanzania school bus crash blamed on speeding

    Dar Es Salaam, A bus crash in Tanzania that claimed the lives of 32 primary school pupils, two teachers and the driver was likely caused by speeding, police said.

  • Pakistani man accuses Indian HC of detaining wife, India says she sought help

    Islamabad/New Delhi: Pakistan today said an Indian woman married to a Pakistani man is “stranded” at India’s High Commission in Islamabad, prompting India to assert that its national has “sought help” from the mission which is providing necessary consular assistance.