Free Press Journal
  • London fire: Death toll rises to 30; fears it could climb over 100

    London: The death toll in the massive fire that engulfed a 24-storey tower here nearly doubled to 30 today amid fears that it could climb to “triple figures”, even as Scotland Yard launched a criminal investigation into the cause of one of the worst fire tragedies in the country.

  • Snubbed over Bhagwat, Shiv Sena suggests Swaminathan for President

    Mumbai: Virtually snubbed by the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) over its candidate Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat for the post of President, the Shiv Sena on Friday threw up the name of agro-scientist M.S. Swaminathan for the top job.

  • TV’s stuck in legitimizing gay couples

    Actor Jordan Gavaris, who is gay in real life, feels television content is “preoccupied with legitimising being gay”, and says he would like to see more stories with gay protagonists. He feels the focus of such stories should not be on the sexuality. “I think we are still stuck and preoccupied with legitimizing being gay on television, or legitimizing gay couples. There’s still a lot of coming-out stories. There’s still a lot

  • Singing led me to where I am: Mandy Moore

    Actress-singer Mandy Moore says she owes her success in Hollywood to her singing career. The 33-year-old star says singing and acting are different chapters in her life and she now wants to concentrate on the future that lies ahead of her after playing Rebecca Pearson in hit TV show “This Is Us”, reported Entertainment Tonight.

  • Reese Witherspoon gets a ‘wilderness buddy’

    Actress Reese Witherspoon is off to an adventure trip with her “wilderness buddy” – son Deacon Phillippe. The 41-year-old actress and her 13-year-old son headed on an outdoor adventure to Canada earlier this week. Witherspoon took to Instagram on Wednesday to share photos from their mother-son excursion, reports etonline.com.

  • Miley’s near-death experience

    Singer Miley Cyrus stopped smoking marijuana after having a nightmare about an after-effect. She said, “I kept having this nightmare, it was seriously horrible. I had this dream that I would die during my monologue on ‘SNL’ for some reason. That I would just get so stoned that I just died. Which I googled, and that’s never happened. No-one’s ever died from weed, but no-one has ever smoked as much as I

  • Pink gave Angad Bedi acceptance

    Model turned actor Angad Bedi says his work in last year’s critically acclaimed film “Pink” has boosted his confidence

  • Arunabh Kumar: I am stepping down from the post of TVF CEO

    The Viral fever (TVF) CEO Arunabh Kumar has stepped down from his post after allegations on him of sexual harassment. He posted an open letter on Twitter , Mr Kumar said: “In the wake of the recent personal attacks, what really breaks me is the blemish on the brand’s true promise. I have therefore taken the decision to step down as the CEO of TVF.”

  • TV celebs express love for their daddy dearest on Father’s Day

    Mothers possess unconditional love and warmth and dads are invincible heroes. Like mothers, fathers have their share is raising their kids. They give us lot to be grateful for. Dad have instilled in us lessons for success and of being a good human-being. Despite their busy schedule they prioritize their kids and see to it that they fulfil their each and every wish. With Father’s Day around the corner we asked few TV celebrities