Free Press Journal
  • Akshay Kumar

    Akshay Kumar on a dream run, says Vishal Bhardwaj

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj, who is looking forward to the trailer of Akshay Kumar’s “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha”, says the National Award winning actor has been on a “dream run” in the industry.

  • Darjeeling limping back to normal, as Army patrols continue

    Darjeeling: The Army continued to patrol Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Kurseong towns, as life returned to normal in the northern West Bengal hills with no further violence reported so far on Saturday.

  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: England VS Australia Live scores, Commentary, Updates

    Australia will be desperately hoping to play a full game under clear skies when they face arch-rivals England in their must-win Champions Trophy clash. While England are already through to the semifinals, all the pressure will be on Australia to perform after washouts against New Zealand and Bangladesh hurt their chances of making the last four.

  • Salman Khan plans a unique fun day for the kids of ‘Tubelight’

    ‘Tubelight’ features child actor Matin Rey Tangu and many children as extras. Salman Khan’s love for kids is well-known onscreen and in real life. During the ‘Tubelight’ shoot in Manali, he decided to surprise the kids on set by creating an artificial rubber swimming pool on the ‘Tubelight’ set in Manali.

  • Dad Shah Rukh Khan to skip IIFA to be with Aryan for surgery

    Shah Rukh Khan has always entertained us from his witty jokes in many award shows. He has hosted IIFA many times. But, this time he will be missing from action at the awards show. He will be busy shooting and promoting his next flick Jab Harry Met Sajal which will release in August, according to DNA. But more than that he will be with his family, the report added. Shah Rukh’s elder

  • Take the positives, avoid negativity on social media: Katrina Kaif

    Mumbai: The immediacy provided by social media has made it possible for everyone to become so-called ‘moral police,’ as a result of which shaming celebs for their choice of clothes has unfortunately become a thing.

  • High tech Dutch raincoat for two-wheeler commuting

    Cyclist Raincoat is a breathable, lightweight overcoat ideal for cycling. An everyday essential, determined to be the minimalist techwear item of your wardrobe. Using state-of-the-art technology melded with a simple utilitarian design, the unisex Cyclist Raincoat is effortless to use – on and off any two-wheeler, protecting against all elements in all seasons. Some call raincoats the Tupperware of the modern wardrobe, but we can change this perception if you join our

  • Neil Nitin Mukesh shooting for Telugu film ‘Saaho’

    Hyderabad: Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh, last seen on screen in an antagonist’s role in southern project “Kaththi”, will be seen as an antagonist again in upcoming Prabhas-starrer Telugu action thriller “Saaho”.

  • Imtiaz Ali reminds me of Yash Chopra: Shah Rukh Khan 

    New Delhi: Imtiaz Ali’s knack of telling love stories, his affinity for travel and his penchant for adding a touch of Punjab to his films is reminiscent of the late filmmaker Yash Chopra, says superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has worked with the “Jab We Met” director for the first time in “Jab Harry Met Sejal”.

  • Mumbai: Woman threw acid on ex-boyfriend for not responding to calls

    Mumbai: The woman who threw acid on her ex-boyfriend arrested was arrested on Friday at Goregaon in Mumbai. According to the cops, the woman was enraged that the victim was not answering her calls. The shocking incident took place at Goregaon railways station at around 6 pm on Thursday.

  • Mumbai: MHADA lottery for 700 houses likely on July 25

    Mumbai: The much-delayed Maharashtra Housing and Development Authority (MHADA) lottery for this year is now likely to be held on July 25. The draw was scheduled to be held on May 31 and MHADA officials have to make advertisements one month prior to it, but the authorities have not even initiated the advertising process.

  • French Open 2017: Is Stan Wawrinka the next big thing in tennis?

    The French Open 2017 final will see battle between Spain’s Rafael Nadal and Switzerland’s Stanislas Wawrinka. The match has been billed as the clash of clay master vs the rising force in tennis. This event was missed by 18-time grand slam champion Roger Federer and the No 1 seed Andy Murray was sent packing by Wawrinka in a gruelling five-set match in the semi-finals. The king of clay Rafael Nadal defeated Austria’s

  • Good news! Mumbai- Konkan ‘Shivshahi’ luxury bus service starts today

    Mumbai: The State Transport (ST) department has launched a ‘Shivshahi’ luxury bus for Konkan people to intra-state connectivity service, which starts today itself. The bus will run from Mumbai Central to Ratnagiri and the fare of the bus is Rs 556.

  • Woman molested in auto: Thane police release sketch of alleged accused

    Mumbai: The Thane police have released the sketch of the alleged molester, who abused a 23-year-old fitness trainer in an auto on Thursday night in Thane. The girl was molested by a male co-passenger in a share auto-rickshaw and was later thrown out of the vehicle in the city, police said.

  • London attackers planned to use lorry: Police

    London, The terrorists involved in the London Bridge attack that killed eight, had tried to hire a seven-and-a-half tonne lorry to carry out the brutality, police said. However the three men failed to provide payment details and the vehicle was not picked up, prompting them to use a smaller van instead, the BBC reported.

  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: How the teams can progress, if it doesn’t rain!

    As the ICC Champions Trophy group stage reaches its climax there is still no clear favourite as both the groups are still wide open. If there has been one consistent performer in the ICC Champions Trophy, it is rain. Almost every match has witnessed rain or at least there has been a threat of it. And now as the all teams except England, who have qualified and New Zealand, who are out,

  • Indian Army will appoint women in military police first and take next step after its success: General Rawat

    Dehradun (Uttarakhand): Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat on Saturday said that women would first be inducted into the military police before considering other options in the armed force for them. “Firstly, we will start with women as military police jawans, will take next step after success,” General Rawat told media after attending a Passing out Parade (PoP) ceremony here.