Free Press Journal
  • Putin says Russia not involved in hacking

    St.Petersburg: Russian President Vladmir Putin on Thursday maintained that Russia was not involved in any hacking act at the state level.President Putin said that Russia didn’t do hacking act and “is not planning to do any hacker acts”.

  • Violence mars Maharashtra farmers’ strike, markets deserted

    Mumbai: Several incidents of violence marred the start on Thursday of an unprecedented, indefinite “strike” by over half a million farmers in Maharashtra in support of various demands, including the long-pending loan waiver package.

  • Mumbai: Would join in farmers’ strike if govt tried to crush it, says MP Raju Shetti

    Mumbai: BJP ally and MP Raju Shetti today said his organisation, Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatna, will join the farmers’ strike which started today if the Maharashtra government resorted to repression. “If the state government plans to crush the agitation, I will personally participate in it with my workers,” Shetti told PTI.

  • Charlie Heaton in talks for ‘X-Men’ spin-off

    Los Angeles:”Stranger Things” star Charlie Heaton is in negotiations to join “X-Men” spinoff “New Mutants”. If the deal is sealed, Heaton will join the film as Sam Guthrie aka Cannonball, reports

  • Kirsten Dunst wants to have babies and chill

    Holywood actress Kirsten Dunst thinks it is high time she should start a family. The 35-year-old star says she started working in Hollywood at a very young age and now is the time when she should actually “chill” and think about her family life, reported People magazine. “I’m at a stage in my life where I’m like, I’ve been working since I was 3. It’s time to have babies and chill,” Dunst

  • Pooja Hegde’ s special surprise

    Actress Pooja Hegde has been out of the spotlight since her not-so-impressive debut in Mohenjo Daro While we may not be in awe of her acting skills, Pooja’s friends are using their skills to floor the actress. Pooja’s childhood friend and artist Rohan Joglekar, recently shared a hand-made sketch of the actress on her social networking site.

  • Huma Qureshi has started shooting for Rajinikanth-starrer ‘Kaala’

    Huma Qureshi, who makes her Tamil debut with upcoming film “Kaala”, says she is slowly becoming the character she essays in the Rajinikanth-starrer.In the film, she plays a Muslim character called Zareena.”Prep mode on ‘Kaala’. Slowly becoming Zareena. Working hard. Blessed,” Huma tweeted on Thursday.

  • Modi gets very personal with Putin

    St Petersburg: They both are strong leaders with cult-like following. But when Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Vladimir Putin he stuck a very personal cord when he recalled how the Russian President’s brother was among several family members who had laid down their lives for the country.

  • Jadhav will be alive till he exhausts clemency: Pakistan

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday said alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav will remain alive till he does not exhaust the right to seek clemency, even as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif discussed with top officials Islamabad’s strategy to counter India at the next hearing in the International Court of Justice.

  • Salman Khan team up with Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar for 2-hour special episode

    Salman Khan seems to be ‘Tubelight’ promotions mood. He has already started promoting the film on television. Salman is promoting the film left, right and centre since last week. He can be seen on the sets of every reality show, ‘India Banega Manch’, Zee TV’s ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs’ recently. Many are expecting him to shoot a special episode with Kapil Sharma as well, but it looks like it

  • Dwayne Johnson hopes Indians will have fun watching ‘Baywatch’

    Mumbai: After “Baywatch” got not-so-encouraging reviews internationally, Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson and actress Priyanka Chopra are excited about the film’s release in India. Indian actor Varun Dhawan was impressed by the film, and tweeted: “‘Baywatch’ is fun in the sand. Dwayne Johnson brings the humour like only he can and Priyanka Chopra is badass. I laughed throughout.”

  • Who has more religious sentiment: The peacock or the cow? We find out!

    After Rajasthan High Court Justice Mahesh Chandra Sharma recently recommended that cow should be declared the national animal and also shared his view on how our national bird peacock is a lifelong celibate. Concluding how both species are pious. Here’s a peek in to the religious significance of cow and peacock.

  • India is a major obstacle to peace in South Asia: Pak prez

    Islamabad: Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain today said India has become a “major obstacle” for durable peace in South Asia and called the Kashmir issue an “unfinished” agenda of the partition.

  • Happy consolidating my image of comic actor, says Kartik Aaryan

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan, who is known for his good comic timing in films, has no problems with the ‘comedy actor’ tag. He says he is happy to consolidate that image unless something more exciting comes his way.  After the success of the “Pyaar Ka Punchnama” films, Kartik is playing a lead role in a comedy film titled “Guest Iin London”.