Free Press Journal
  • Indian real estate industry to enter a new era

    After encountering three significant events within six months’ time, the question that prevails is how the Indian real estate industry will perform. However, the majority of stake holders are extremely confident and awaiting a big transformation in the industry…

  • Amarnath terror attack: Shiv Sena tears into Centre, says action, not condemnation, needed

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Tuesday tore into the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government at the Centre for the recent terror attack on the Amarnath Pilgrims and said nothing would happen by just condemning the incident, and that a stringent action needs to be taken against Pakistan and various terror outfits.

  • Jim Carrey again attacked by mother of his ex

    Los Angeles: The mother of Jim Carrey’s ex Cathriona White has filed a court complaint accusing the actor-comedian of reneging on his offer to pay for her daughter’s funeral. White died in 2015 after a fatal overdose of drugs.  White’s mother Brigid Sweetman and White’s ex-husband Mark Burton filed an amended complaint in their wrongful death lawsuit against Carrey in the Superior Court of California, county of Los Angeles, on Monday, doubling

  • Rare pencil portrait of Gandhi auctioned for 32,500 pounds

    London: A previously unknown pencil portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, drawn from life and inscribed by him in 1931, was auctioned here today for 32,500 pounds, about four times its estimated price. In addition to the portrait, a collection of handwritten letters by Gandhi to the family of Sarat Chandra Bose, a freedom fighter and the elder brother of Subhas Chandra Bose, fetched 37,500 pounds at a Sotheby’s auction.

  • If ‘Jagga Jasoos’ does well, we may take it forward: Ranbir Kapoor

    Mumbai: Ranbir Kapoor says since “Jagga Jasoos” ends on a cliffhanger, they might come up with a sequel of the musical adventure film. However, a lot depends on how the movie does at the box office upon its release this Friday. “We have left the film on a cliffhanger, where it needs a part two or three. If they accept it, then we would love to take the character and the genre

  • Karun Nair regrets inability to convert starts in Test cricket

    Bengaluru: Ruing his inability to convert starts into substantial scores during the Test series against Australia, which eventually resulted in his being rejected from the national side for the upcoming Sri Lanka cricket tour, middle-order batsman Karun Nair says he is now focussed on the India A tour to South Africa.

  • The concept of a main lead doesn’t exist anymore: Angad Bedi

    New Delhi: Angad Bedi believes the demarcation between the main lead and supporting characters are a thing of the past. The actor, whose career got a new lease of life after ensemble courtroon drama “Pink”, says nowadays a film’s identity and recall value is dependent on its characters rather than its lead star.

  • Virat Kohli will be consulted on new coach, insists Sourav Ganguly

    Mumbai: In spite of news reports emerging that the new head coach of the Indian team will be announced today, former captain and CAC member Saurav Ganguly maintained that skipper Virat Kohli will be consulted over the selection but was not the main person to decide on the issue.

  • The other way round: 5 times Bollywood inspired Hollywood

    It is mostly reported that Bollywood takes inspiration from Hollywood movies. But, quite often Hollywood is also inspired from our classic films. Hollywood and Western films too have picked up ideas, scenes and story lines of Indian films into their movies. Here’s a list of international films which found its ‘inspiration’ from several regional and Bollywood films and trust us, you will start appreciating our Indian Cinema even more because it’s our

  • Noted cartoonist Mangesh Tendulkar passes away at 83

    Pune: Eminent cartoonist and author Mangesh Tendulkar died here after a brief illness at a private hospital, family sources said today. He was 82. The end came last night.

  • Superestar Dileep removed as AMMA member

    Kochi: Superstar Dileep, who has been arrested for the abduction and molestation of a popular actress in February, was on Tuesday removed as treasurer and member of the Association of Malayalam Movies Artistes (AMMA).  Dileep was sent to 14 days judicial custody based on 19 bits of evidence that the police were able to garner over the abduction of the young actress on February 17 when she was travelling from Thrissur to

  • Lalu Yadav records statement in fodder scam case

    Ranchi: RJD chief and former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad recorded his statement in a special CBI court here on Tuesday over the fodder scam case.

  • Shots fired outside house of Delhi’s Congress ex-MLA

    New Delhi: Former Congress legislator Asif Muhammad Khan on Tuesday said that shots were fired outside his house here. A police officer said they have registered an FIR based on Khan’s complaint on Monday night. “I was in the lawn area in my house when two bike-borne men wearing helmets fired shots outside my house in Okhla at around 11 p.m.,” Khan told IANS.

  • ‘Beparwah’ my most challenging song: Tiger Shroff

    Mumbai: Actor Tiger Shroff says the song “Beparwah” from his movie “Munna Michael” was his most challenging. Tiger on Tuesday morning shared a glimpse of the song, which will be out on Wednesday.