Free Press Journal
  • France says Notre Dame attack an ‘isolated act’

    Paris, The attack on a French police officer outside Paris’s famed Notre Dame cathedral by a hammer-wielding man was an “isolated act,” government spokesman Christophe Castaner said today.

  • 5 Bollywood films on real-life dons that stand out

    Bollywood seems to be obsessed with making movies on gangsters, the underworld and dons in general. The list of movies in this category is endless, so let’s focus on films based on the real life of gangsters. Here are top five don movies in Bollywood, which take inspiration from real life.

  • Drug haul case: Thane court declares Mamta Kulkarni, Vicky Goswami as absconders

    The Thane Sessions and Special Court for National Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act cases on Tuesday declared actor Mamta Kulkarni and her husband Vicky Goswami proclaimed offenders. A warrant under Section 82 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) was also issued by the court. The Thane sessions court also declared Mamta Kulkarni and her boyfriend Vicky Goswami as absconders in drug haul case. The duo is the main accused in the

  • US lawmakers flay CNN anchor over remarks on Indian-American spelling bee champion

    Washington: Two US lawmakers have criticised a CNN anchor for allegedly “otherising” Indian-American national spelling champion Ananya Vinay by assuming that the 12-year-old is “used to using” Sanskrit due to her heritage, saying the US needs to get educated about Hinduism and India. California resident Vinay was being interviewed by CNN anchors Alisyn Camerota and Chris Cuomo following her win last week at the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee.

  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Can Sri Lanka redeem themselves against India?

    The eighth edition of ICC Champions Trophy so far has been low key. The majority of the matches have been interrupted by rain or the matches have been sub-standard. England on Tuesday became the first team to enter semi-finals and have already made a statement in the tournament about their billing as a top side.

  • Farmers’ stir in Maharashtra: Fadnavis may go in for mid-term polls

    The farmers’ protest in Maharashtra against the BJP Government to fulfil their demand including loan waiver is clearly unsettling anytime soon. And to add more fuel to this burning issue, BJP’s former ally Shiv Sena and Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana is openly supporting the farmers’ strike. However, to tackle this situation, CM Devendra Fadnavis is contemplating mid-term elections in the state.

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    Must Watch: Priyanka Chopra makes us proud again with new GAP ad

    Priyanka Chopra is no doubt a global icon and even the name oozes star power. Over the last few years she has put Indian talent on the world map. Now taking it further our desi girl has now featured in an ad for international apparel brand GAP with popular international celebrities. The brand is standing for ‘unity in diversity’ and has named the campaign ‘Bridging the gap’.

  • Kriti is a special friend, says Sushant Singh Rajput

    Mumbai: Actor Sushant Singh Rajput says that he shares a very special bond with his “Raabta” co-star Kriti Sanon as he feels that she is very transparent and hard working.

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    London Terror Attack: Prince Harry pays tribute to victims

    Sydney, Prince Harry today paid tribute to victims of the London terror attack as he marked 100 days until the next Invictus Games, after it emerged two Australians were among the dead in the latest British atrocity. Harry, patron of the games for injured and sick service personnel, was in Sydney to promote the sporting extravaganza he said proved it was possible to overcome adversity.

  • Ekta Kapoor birthday special: Meet the family girl behind the successful producer

    Bollywood and TV producer Ekta Kapoor celebrates her 42nd birthday today. She has produced over 50 serials on television, including Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki, Kasautii Zindagii kay, Pavitra Rishta, Hum paanch, Bade Acche Lagte Hain, Jodha Akbar and many more, under the banner of Balaji Telefilms.

  • Two minors drown in Yamuna

    New Delhi: Two young boys drowned in the Yamuna River in Delhi’s Burari while taking bath. The duo are said to be of age 14 years and 15 years respectively.

  • When Ravindra Jadeja caught MS Dhoni napping, quite literally

    After their brilliant win against Pakistan in Edgbaston last Sunday in the ICC Champions Trophy, Team India looks like they’re in the mood for some fun ahead of their next match. So when they got one such opportunity, cricketer Ravindra Jadeja quickly grabbed it and shared the result on social media. In an Instagram post shared yesterday, Jadeja put up a hilarious selfie of himself and MS Dhoni. Jadeja snapped MSD napping

  • Devendra Fadnavis asks Centre for financial help for 8 Mumbai Metro projects

    Maharashtra government has asked central government to help the state with Mumbai Metro rail projects. The investment required is Rs 1.47 lakh crore for the eight Metro projects. The Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had asked for financial help from the Centre and after the review meeting Fadnavis had said that the Centre will provide the necessary help.

  • Three children, two women drown in Maharashtra

    Raigad: Two women and three children drowned in Balganga river near Khalapur in this coastal Konkan district of Maharashtra on Wednesday, police said.

  • Mumbai plans to revamp major chawls upsets tenants paying Rs. 20 a month

    Madhuri Dewar remembers her wedding in 1981 in the tenement building where she had lived all her life: guests sat in the colourful tent in the courtyard, packed the corridor and squeezed into the one-room home she shared with her parents. Today, Mrs Dewar, 65, lives with her husband in the same room in a Bombay Development Directorate (BDD) chawl – a building divided into small rooms with shared toilets – in central Mumbai.

  • Monsoon Special: 10 Bollywood dialogues that capture the rainy feeling

    Bollywood movie dialogues are the best way to express our mood and emotion on social media. Most of the time, the storyline is on the shoulders of the dialogues. The dialogues carry such weightage that they determine the entire plot of the film. And what can better than the monsoon. The observants shall notice that in most of the Bollywood movies, hero-heroines are romancing in the rain or getting separated with rain