Free Press Journal
  • WOW! Shraddha Kapoor goes horse riding, explores bylanes in Italy

    Earlier this week, we had given you a glimpse into Shraddha Kapoor’s Italian sojourn that the actress decided to take after hectic shoot schedules. Of late, she had also confessed that considering that she has taken this break after working for a year and a half, she needs to go for more vacays often.

  • Will clear word ‘intercourse’ if get 1 lakh votes in favour: Nihalani

    Mumbai: Central Board of Film Certification chief Pahlaj Nihalani on Friday said he would clear the use of the word “intercourse” in the promo and body of Imtiaz Ali’s Shah Rukh starrer “Jab Harry met Sejal” if he gets one lakh votes from the common people in its support.

  • Priyanka Chopra raises temperatures through new Instagram photo

    New Delhi: Everyone knows that Priyanka Chopra is a busy actress. Even before we could have settled in with her Hollywood debut ‘Baywatch,’ PeeCee has reportedly started shooting for her next Hollywood project.

  • Kumble-Kohli rift: Ex-players react with shock, surprise

    Former Indian captain Anil Kumble dropped a bombshell on Tuesday, when he voluntarily resigned from the position of head coach of the Indian cricket team. Kumble’s contract was supposed to get over after ICC Champions Trophy, where India lost in the finals against Pakistan by 180 runs at The Oval. Kumble had said that his position had become ‘untenable’ and he had no choice but to resign. Indian team allegedly were intimidated by the

  • British tennis player Dan Evans tests positive for cocaine

    London: British tennis player Dan Evans has said that he failed a drug test in April, testing positive for cocaine. The world No 50 claimed on Friday that he had taken the recreational drug out-of-competition for reasons “completely unrelated to tennis”, the Independent reported. He called a press conference at a hotel close to Queen’s Club to announce that he had failed a drugs test.

  • Take a look! Dilip Kumar gives back-to-back surprises on social media

    Veteran actor Dilip Kumar has always been known for his amazing acting talent and charming personality. However, these days, many reports of the veteran actor’s death are doing rounds on the social media. On Thursday, the 94-year-old actor and his wife Saira Banu were in the shock as they were receiving many phone calls and messages, inquiring about Dilip Kumar’s health.

  • Still confused about GST? Visit this website

    Much-awaited nation-wide tax Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be rolled out on mid-night of June 30 and will come into force from July 1. The government decided to launch a GST Council’s website which contains all the details about the tax regulations, which is considered to be the biggest reform since Independence in the tax structure.

  • 1st face-to-face meeting will give Trump-Modi chance to assess ties: Envoy

    Washington, The first face-to-face meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump will give them an opportunity to look at the entire gamut of Indo-US engagement and to exchange views on issues of global interest, India’s envoy here has said.

  • Jaipur Police uses Bumrah’s no-ball example for road safety, bowler not impressed

    Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah recently lashed out his anger at the Jaipur Police for making fun of his no-ball at the India vs Pakistan match during the Champions Trophy final, which cost them the wicket of Fakhar Zaman. The Indian bowler’s angry Instagram posts are dividing people into groups that are for and against the idea of pinpointing the mistakes that are made by chance. On the other hand, Jaipur Traffic Police

  • US state declares emergency over wildfires

    Washington: The US state of Arizona has declared a state of emergency due to escalating wildfires. Governor Doug Ducey on Friday authorised $200,000 of emergency funds and requested the State Emergency Council to provide additional resources to the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management, reports Xinhua news agency.

  • ICC approved use of DRS in T20s from October 1

    London: The International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executives’ committee has approved all recommendations made by the ICC cricket committee in May, which includes the use of Decision Review System (DRS) in all T20I games and teams not losing a review when an LBW review comes back as Umpire’s Call.

  • DSP lynching in Kashmir: SP shunted out

    Srinagar: A day after a mob lynched Deputy Superintendent of Police Mohammad Ayub Pandith, the Jammu and Kashmir Police has shunted out a senior officer from the area where the incident took place.

  • ‘Vision-2020’: An aspirational journey to grow big and strong, says Karnataka Bank’s MD & CEO Mahabaleshwara M S

    In April this year, Mahabaleshwara M S took charge as the new managing director and chief executive officer of 93-year old bank— Karnataka bank. Prior to becoming the chief of the bank, he was the chief general manager and was responsible of the departments of credit; planning and development; IT and MIS; treasury and accounts and HR and IR. He served the bank for over 32 years before becoming the MD and CEO of

  • Yasin Malik arrested in Srinagar

    Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Yasin Malik was arrested by police here on Saturday.  A spokesman of the JKLF said Malik was arrested from his residence in Maisuma area.

  • Akshay Kumar to shoot hockey film in Bradford, confirms Mouni Roy as leading lady

    Though in real life India’s historic Olympics victory in 1948 when the hockey team brought home the gold medal, was played at the Wembley stadium in London, filmmaker Reema Kagti who is all set to direct a film on India’s historic win will shoot the Olympian game in Bradford, a mountainous green city in Yorkshire, England with a large Asian population.