Free Press Journal
  • May be Jon Snow was the role I was always meant to play: Kit

    London: “Game of Thrones” fans may be excited for its second last season but its one of the most popular cast members Kit Harington is feeling excatly opposite as he says he is going to miss the “madness” surrounding theshow. The 30-year-old actor, who plays a fan-favourite Jon Snow on the HBO series, which will end with season eight, however, admits he is looking ahead to a quiet life once it gets

  • Pakistan is a well of death, says Uzma Ahmed after return

    New Delhi: “Pakistan is like a well of death”, said Uzma Ahmed, the Indian woman repatriated to the country from Pakistan where she was allegedly forced and duped into marrying against her choice.

  • Want my children to be judged as individuals: Sachin Tendulkar

    New Delhi: The surname of ‘Tendulkar’ comes with a lot of expectations but cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar says it would be unfair to judge his children — Arjun and Sara — on the basis his accomplishments. Tendulkar, one of the greatest cricketers in the world, says he fell in love with the game at the age of five when his sister gave him his first bat and his father was always very

  • Pak condemns honouring of Indian Army officer Gogoi

    Islamabad: Pakistan today condemned the honouring of an Indian Army officer who tied a civilian in Kashmir to a vehicle and used him as human shield. “Awarding Major Leetul Gogoi, who brazenly used a Kashmiri youth as a human shield, is condemnable. It is a crime and an insult to humanity,” Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria told reporters during the weekly briefing here. The international community, particularly, the UN should take cognizance

  • ‘Missing’ Nashik girls traced outside SRK’s bungalow in Mumbai

    Nashik: Six minor girls of a family who allegedly went “missing” from Nashik two days ago, were rescued by city police after they were traced to Mumbai outside Shahrukh Khan’s bungalow “Mannat”, where they had reached to catch a glimpse of their favourite Bollywood star.

  • Watch Video: Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis’ chopper crashes in Latur

    A video has emerged of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ chopper crash, in which he had a lucky escape. Fadnavis’ chopper crashed earlier in the day, creating a panic amongst his family members, close aides and citizens. The accident happened at Latur today. Fortunately, CM and his associates escaped unhurt.

  • In pictures: Saurav Ganguly’s daughter Sana Ganguly looks adorable in photo shoot

    Social media has made easy to stalk your favourite celebrity online, but in a righteous way. So if you are star kid, then definitely you are going to get huge attraction from the audience. The Gangulys, Sourav Ganguly and his daughter Sana Ganguly, have sent a pack of adorable pictures our way to obsess over and the internet is going gaga over it.

  • Amitabh Bachchan can’t get enough of Aishwarya-Aaradhya’s Cannes 2017 adventure

    Amitabh Bachchan is one proud grandfather as well as a father-in-law. He is known to be extremely active on the social media and keeps sharing his thoughts, views and favourites on every occasion. The latest favourite is that the megastar is seemed to be obsessed with a picture of his daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan posing with grand-daughter Aaradhya at Cannes 2017.

  • Ramadan myths busted: Misconceptions about fasting during the Islamic holy month

    Ramadan, the holy month of Muslims, is just around the corner and it has most important place in Muslim culture. It is said that all your sins can be cut down to zero if you worship with your heart open and help those who are in need. Ramadan is not all about fasting, it is the combination of many things from visiting mosques to reciting Quran. It has a special place in

  • The Indian Army trains 600 actors for Salman Khan’s Tubelight

    Topping the list of the most eagerly awaited films of this year is the ace filmmaker Kabir Khan’s Tubelight. If the buzz that the film has created everywhere is anything to go by, then, it won’t be surprising to see Tubelight setting the Box-Office afire.

  • Civilian, who was tied to army jeep, files complaint against Major Gogoi

    New Delhi: Farooq Ahmed Dar, the stone-pelter, who was tied to the bonnet of a jeep by Major Leetul Gogoi, has filed a complaint in the state Human Rights Commission, Jammu and Kashmir against the latter’s recommendation for a Commendation Card by the Indian Army.

  • Mumbai: Vivek Oberoi couldn’t have given a better wedding gift to acid attack survivor

    Vivek Oberoi has always believed in doing his bit for the society and had recently introduced a project called ‘Karrm’ under which people can afford a decent house in the city. And now, the actor stuck to what he believes in. Vivek recently attended the wedding of an acid attack survivor and gifted the couple a new house under his project.

  • United Nations dismisses Pakistan’s claim of Indians troops targeting UN military observers

    United Nations: The United Nations (UN) has dismissed Pakistan’s claim that the Indian Army targeted UN military observers in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). “This afternoon in Bhimber District, in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, UNMOGIP (United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan) military observers accompanied by Pakistani army escorts heard gunshots in their vicinity. There is no evidence that the UNMOGIP military observers were targeted by the gunfire,” said Stephane Dujarric, the spokesperson