Free Press Journal
  • Jake Gyllenhaal joins ‘The Lost Airman’

    Los Angeles: Actor Jake Gyllenhaal will be starring in World War II adventure thriller, “The Lost Airman.” The “Southpaw” actor will also be producing the project along with John Lesher, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

  • ‘Don Quixote’ film shooting complete after 17 years

    Los Angeles: Director Terry Gilliam has announced that his team has finally wrapped up the shooting of the film “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote”, after a time span of 17 years. The film, which is an adaptation from the classic novel “Don Quixote,” has gone through many hurdles and even a documentary titled 2002’s “Lost in La Mancha” has already been made on the unfinished project, reported Variety.

  • Big B launches Dhanush, Kajol starrer ‘VIP 2’ official teaser

    Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has launched the official teaser of South star Dhanush’s upcoming film, “VIP 2”. The 74-year-old actor, who has co-starred with the actor in R Balki’s 2015 film “Shamitabh”, took to Twitter to share the YouTube link of video.

  • RBI: Note ban didn’t impact growth; need clarity on inflation

    Mumbai: Demonetisation has not led to lower economic growth, RBI said today while citing “surprises” like dip in inflation as well as GDP growth for maintaining status quo on policy rates. “Data shows that the slowdown in economic activity set in during Q1, FY17, well ahead of demonetisation,” Governor Urjit Patel told reporters, reacting to the dip in growth in the revised growth figures released by CSO.

  • French Open 2017: Thiem shocks Defending Champ to reach semis

    Paris: Defending champion Novak Djokovic on Wednesday crashed out of the French Open after suffering a shocking straight-sets defeat against Austria’s Dominic Thiem in his last-eight clash.

  • Presidential election on July 17, counting on 20

    New Delhi: The election to elect 14th President of India will be held on July 17 with the counting of votes slated for July 20, the Election Commission announced on Wednesday.

  • CID to probe rape case earlier assigned to accused cops: Hight Court

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today transferred the probe in a rape and human trafficking case to Maharashtra CID after it was alleged that the policemen named as perpetrators by the two victims were assigned the probe. A division bench headed by Justice Ranjit More was hearing a petition filed by an advocate seeking CBI probe in the case.

  • French Open 2017: Nadal into Roland Garros semis after Busta retires

    Johannesburg: Fourteen-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal booked his place in the semi-finals of the French Open for the 10th time after his opponent Pablo Carreno Busta was forced retire during the last eight clash due to an abdominal problem on Wednesday.

  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: South Africa vs Pakistan Live Scores, Commentary, Updates

    South Africa may be tempted to stick with the side that beat Sri Lanka so comprehensively, although that would mean they miss the transformation target – a minimum of six players of colour on average over a season – two games in a row. Phehlukwayo might be given a start, and in such an eventuality one of Chris Morris and Morne Morkel could make way.

  • Sports Ministry writes to PMO, seeks Bharat Ratna for Dhyan Chand

    New Delhi: The has written to the Prime Minister’s Office, requesting Bharat Ratna for the late Dhyan Chand in what can be considered be its latest push to bestow the hockey legend with India’s highest civilian honour. Sports Minister Vijay Goel confirmed to PTI that he has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Mumbai: Heart transplanted onto a 62-year-old Bandra man

    Mumbai: A team of doctors at a private hospital here successfully completed a heart transplant on a 62-year-old man from suburban Bandra with the harvested organ being channelled through a 30-km green corridor in the city.

  • Shocking Video: Live donkey fed to tigers in China zoo

    There were many people present at that time when tragic incident took place in China Zoo. A video is going viral where we can see around 6 people throwing a donkey in water, which will become food for tigers. Conditions in many Chinese zoos are notoriously cruel, and guests often throw food or other objects at animals. Many animals are locked in simple metal cages or placed in barren pits.

  • Delhi: This match-making event by ‘Inclov’ at a nightclub is literally breaking barriers

    Finding a perfect soul-mate is never an easy task. There are several match-making techniques that exists in the traditional Indian wedding ranging from ‘dadaji ka vada’ to ‘matrimonial agencies’. But this techniques not always work for the differently-abled people. And this is when apps like ‘Inclov’ step in.