Free Press Journal
  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: 8 batsmen to watch out for

    The ICC Champions Trophy, starting in England from June 1, will see the top eight nations vying for honours. The squads have been chosen already with each team picking up their best members for the 50-over tournament. Each team has an exciting batting lineup, who have the ability to not just go hammer and tongs but also anchor the innings. While the focus will be on teams, the teams themselves will put

  • Manesar land grab case: ED raids in Delhi, Haryana

    New Delhi, The ED today conducted searches at around 10 locations in Delhi and Haryana in connection with its money laundering probe in the alleged irregularities in land acquisition in Gurgaon’s Manesar, where farmers and land owners were cheated to the tune of Rs 1,500 crore.

  • Commissioner and DIG transferred, social media blocked in Saharanpur

    Lucknow: Following the violence that claimed two lives with injuries to over two dozen persons in Saharanpur, the Uttar Pradesh government has transferred the Divisional Commissioner and Deputy Inspector General of Police besides blocking the social media there. The transfers of Divisional Commissioner M.P. Agarwal and DIG J.K. Shahi were ordered late on Wednesday night after the District Magistrate and the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Saharanpur were suspended the same evening.

  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Complete schedule, fixtures and history

    The most awaited cricket tournament also known as ‘Mini World Cup’ is all set to kick off from June 1. The Champions Trophy starts from June 1 and will end on June 18. This year’s ICC Champions Trophy will be the eighth edition, with thrilling opening match between England and Bangladesh. England will host the ICC Champions Trophy for the third time from June 1 to 18.

  • Mumbai: Shiv Sena backs Paresh Rawal, slams Arundhati Roy

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Thursday backed Paresh Rawal, while coming down heavily on author Arundhati Roy, citing the actor-turned-politician gave a befitting reply to Roy who opposed the honour which was accorded to Major Nitin Leetul Gogoi.

  • We shouldn’t compare Dangal, Baahubali 2, says Aamir Khan

    Mumbai: Superstar Aamir Khan says it’s unfair to compare his film “Dangal” with S.S. Rajamouli’s “Baahubali 2: The Conclusion” — both of which have crossed collections of Rs 1500 crore at the box office worldwide — as both of them have their own space.

  • Major Gogoi controversy: Are Kashmiris dissatisfied with the Indian Republic?

    The situation in the state of Jammu and Kashmir has been turbulent over the years. The Indian Republic has always said that Kashmir is an integral part of India and every Kashmiri is first and foremost Indian citizen. The recent uproar in the valley has been about the commendation honour given to Major Nitin Leetul Gogoi by the chief of army staff (COAS) Bipin Rawat. The Major had tied a local Kashmiri,

  • Sachin: A Billion Dreams leaves Amitabh Bachchan, cricketers emotional with pride

    Sachin: A Billion Dreams, a movie that has brought together the legend of Bollywood and cricket together under one roof on Wednesday evening, has left megastar Amitabh Bachchan emotional and the actor is filled with pride to be born in a country where a cricketer like Sachin Tendulkar lives. Senior Bachchan attended the premiere of Sachin’s biopic last evening with son Abhishek and daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

  • Mumbai tragedy: Kerala teenager loses life in train mishap in Vasai

    Mumbai: Austin Anthony, a 15-year-old boy from Kerala, lost his life after a train ran over him, while he was passing luggage to his family members on the tracks at Vasai, near Mumbai on Wednesday. The boy was a class 10 student of Bharati Vidya Bhavan School, Kerala. The family, which had heavy luggage, avoided foot over-bridge and decided to cross the tracks on to platform 7.

  • Indian woman forced to marry Pakistani man returns home

    Islamabad/Wagah Border: An Indian woman, who said she was forced to marry a Pakistani man at gun point, today returned to India via the Wagah Broder, days after she took refuge at the Indian High Commisssion in Islamabad.

  • TV has given me a following I never had, says Suniel Shetty

    New Delhi: He has been in the Hindi film industry for a quarter of a century and has delivered some memorable films like “Mohra”, “Hu Tu Tu”, “Hera Pheri” and “Dhadkan”. After such a long stint, actor Suniel Shetty now feels that it is the small screen that has given him a newer audience and a following.

  • Tejas Express: Headphones stolen, screens damaged. Luxury travel, anyone?

    The much talked about Tejas Express was started with much fun and fare. The train provided passengers with the much talked about plane like experience and the passengers liked the experience so much that they decided to take a little more than just the experience back home with them.