Free Press Journal
  • ICC Women’s World Cup 2017: Knew it won’t be easy for Pakistan to chase 170, says Mithali Raj

    Derby: India skipper Mithali Raj said she knew it would not be easy for Pakistan to chase down 170 as the pitch deteriorated in the second innings during their ICC Women’s World Cup match here. Batting first, India suffered a batting collapse before reaching 169 for nine and Mithali praised Sushma Verma and Jhulan Goswami for their lower-order contributions.

  • Darjeeling: Gorkhas says they are not safe in West Bengal

    Darjeeling: In the wake of indefinite protests being conducted by the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) demanding a separate state Gorkhaland, the GJM has asserted that Gorkhas of Darjeeling are not safe in West Bengal.

  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2 shoot begin

    London: Eddie Redmayne’s magizoologist Newt Scamander is teaming up with Albus Dumbledore, to be played by new franchise entrant Jude Law, in the second instalment of “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them”, which went on floors today.

  • India’s action in Sikkim is betrayal of treaty, alleges China

    Beijing: China said today that the Sino-India border in the Sikkim sector is well demarcated and the Indian Army’s action there is a “betrayal” of the position taken by successive Indian governments.

  • India’s first ‘GST baby’ born in Rajasthan. Read full details

    It is common in western countries to name their infants in unique way. But, such incidents happen in India also. In Rajasthan, a baby has actually been named ‘GST’. Yes, his mother decided to name him ‘GST’ as he was born at 12.02 am in Beawa on the day GST became a tax law in India.

  • GST impact: Jaguar Land Rover Car Prices come down drastically

    Prices Of All Jaguar And Land Rover Models Go Down. Since The Heavy Tax Burden, Applicable Before GST, Has Been Lifted, Mumbai Sees A Steeper Decline In Prices Than Union Territories Like Delhi Or Puducherry

  • OMG! Salman and Matin Rey Tangu pose for the cameras wearing similar jackets!

    Even though Tubelight may have met with mixed reactions at the Box-Office, that hasn’t deterred the ‘ever-shining’ superstar Salman Khan even a bit from being his usual self. It’s always a given that Salman Khan’s boding with children has always been special. Be it his bonding with the child star Harshali Malhotra in ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ or even yet another child star Matin Rey Tangu in ‘Tubelight’, it always becomes the talk of

  • Censor This! Top 10 controversies of CBFC Chief Pahlaj Nihalani

    Censor Pahlaj Nihalani is always making headlines for some controversy or the other and is even seen by some as ‘dictator’ over his interference in passing movies. The latest is the ‘intercourse’ controversy over Jab Harry Met Sejal. So, as he makes news again, we take a look at 10 of his many controversies.

  • Bizarre Video: Furious Air India passengers ‘fan’ themselves as A.C. malfunctions onboard

    New Delhi: The Air Conditioning (AC) system in a New Delhi-bound Air India flight AI-880, an Airbus 320 which took off from West Bengal’s Bagdogra malfunctioned yesterday, leaving passengers gasping for breath. In a video that has gone viral, the livid passengers can be seen fanning themselves and complain to the staff onboard about the malfunction, but to no avail. Reportedly, the passengers complained to the flight cabin crew and were assured

  • Wimbledon 2017: Google doodle ‘plays’ tribute to 140 years of tournament

    Google today celebrated 140 years of Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world. The prestigious championship, one of the four Grand Slam events, is all set to commence from today and will run for two weeks until July 15. The doodle, designed in Wimbledon’s traditional colors of purple and green, is an animated gif of two white rackets, the dress code, hitting a ball back and forth.