Free Press Journal
  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017 India vs Pakistan clash: 5 things to watch out for

    India will take on Pakistan at Edgbaston on June 4, 2017 in ICC Champions Trophy clash. The match has been billed as ‘clash of titans’. India last played Pakistan in World T20, 2016 in Eden Gardens, Kolkata. India would like to start their campaign on a winning note and the match promises to be a close one and exciting.

  • ‘MOM’ trailer: Sridevi, Nawazuddin’s film is deliciously suspenseful

    The much awaited ‘Mom’ full trailer starring Sridevi and Nawazuddin Siddiqui is out and it’s creepy, grim and deliciously suspenseful. It keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout its end. The trailer is quite intriguing and comes out as a suspense thriller. Sridevi is a mother to two daughters. She as a ‘MOM’ is extremely concerned about her elder daughter and hence, wants to find the truths associated with her life.

  • 1 died in Mahrashtra farmers strike

    Mumbai: After keeping the state on tenterhooks for 48 hours, Maharashtra farmers called off their ‘strike’ early on Saturday following ‘satisfactory’ talks with the state government.

  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017 India vs Pakistan: 5 places in Mumbai to watch the match

    On Sunday, Men in Blue will take on Pakistan in the Champions Trophy group stage and the venue is Birmingham. We can’t possibly go to Birmingham for the match but we can catch the game on a big screen with a few chilled beers at a bar or pub with our gang. With great offers, delectable food and delicious cocktails, I am sure your match-watching experience is going to be stupendous-fantastic-fabulous.

  • Shipping bodies to form ‘task force’ for seafarers

    Mumbai: Representatives of various Indian shipping associations have come forward to form a ‘task force’ to work towards increasing the global share of Indian seafarers, Maritime Association of Shipowners Shipmanagers and Agents (MASSA) has said.

  • Indian Army men climb Everest without using oxygen cylinders

    Kathmandu: A team of four Indian Army personnel successfully climbed Mt Everest without using oxygen cylinders, becoming the first team to scale the world’s highest peak without supplementary oxygen. The four climbers are Kunchok Tenda, Kelshang Dorjee Bhutia, Kalden Panjur and Sonam Phuntsok.

  • ED issues fresh summons to separatist leader Shabir Shah

    New Delhi: The ED has issued fresh summons to Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah in connection with an over a decade-old case of money laundering registered against him for alleged terror financing. Officials said the agency has asked Shah to depose before the investigating officer (IO) of the case here on June 6. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had issued a similar summons to Shah on May 25 but he had failed to

  • Police jeep tries to save cow, kills woman

    Balrampur (UP): A woman was killed today and three people, including her grandchildren, were injured when they were hit by a police jeep whose driver was trying to save a cow, police said.

  • No regret about tweet on Arundhati Roy,says Actor-politician Paresh Rawal

    Mumbai: Actor-politician Paresh Rawal says he has no regrets about his tweet on Arundhati Roy as the author has been badmouthing the Army, which well never hit back at her. The BJP MP had received a lot of flak on social media for saying the army should “tie” Roy to an army jeep instead of a “stone pelter”, a reference to an incident in Kashmir where a protester was used as a

  • PM Modi to hold talks with new French President Emmanuel Macron

    Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold talks today with the newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron on ways to enhance the bilateral strategic ties and discuss key issues like terrorism and climate change.

  • Infiltration from Pakistan down since surgical strike? Rajnath Singh claims so

    New Delhi: India has the largest Muslim population in the world but ISIS had been unable to establish itself in the country, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said here today. Singh was giving a report card of his ministry on the completion of three years of the Narendra Modi government.