Free Press Journal
  • ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 final: Can Mithali Raj and co bring home the trophy?

    ICC Women’s World Cup has reached its climax and now there is only one match to go to determine the winner. England, the hosts have played on expected lines and reached the finals as many people expected them to. India, on the other hand, had to fight their way through and have reached the finals through sheer hard work and team effort. The final will be played at Mecca of cricket, Lord’s, in front

  • Mumbai: Murder convict Vijay Palande shares tips with inmates on how to delay trials

    Mumbai : Murder convict Vijay Palande, who is imprisoned in Thane Central jail since 2012, is giving a tough time to Maharashtra prisons authority and law enforcement agency by teaching inmates how to file Right to Information (RTI) requests to delay the beginning of their trials and find out loopholes in police investigations.

  • It gets lonely sometimes: Shakti Arora on working in Indonesia

    Actor Shakti Arora is currently shooting for a show in Indonesia. While he is enjoying his stint there, the actor says that he misses his family. “I am having fun in Indonesia. The environment is great and working here is fun. I have already completed three months here and it feels like I am here since ages. I have never stayed away from my family and have a habit of coming back

  • I want to play a different and a strong role, says Shardul Pandit

    Actor Shardul Pandit’s show Kuldeepak is nearing its end and he says that this is an emotional time for him. He, however, adds that as an actor, he has got used to this now. “Obviously, I am sad but it’s a part and parcel of our industry. Many shows, big and small, come and go. As long as the story is gripping the audience, it’s been worth it,” says Shardul, who played

  • Mamata Government knows there is no case against me: Roopa Ganguly

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Roopa Ganguly, who has been issued a notice in connection with a child trafficking case, has maintained her stand that she is innocent and that the West Bengal Government is hell-bent on denting her reputation. Speaking to ANI, she said, “This started in January or February this year, they were just trying to dent my reputation and they will try to dig it up whenever they find

  • Watch Video: Katrina Kaif enjoys surfing in Morocco

    Katrina Kaif was seen doing surfing in the water at Morocco. She shared a video on Instagram along with the caption, “First time surfing Essaouira.” She is seen in the video enjoyed a lot while surfing in the blue sea.

  • Nehru-Gandhi & Abdullah families responsible for Kashmir crisis: BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday said that National Conference (NC) supremo Farooq Abdullah’s suggestion of involving a third party to resolve Kashmir issue reeks of sheer irresponsibility. BJP leader Sudhanshu Trivedi said that it is the Nehru-Gandhi family and the Abdullah family who are responsible for the incumbent crisis in Kashmir.

  • Audi recalls 850,000 diesel cars worldwide

    Frankfurt: The German auto manufacturer Audi AG announced that it will recall up to 850,000 cars with six-cylinder and eight-cylinder diesel engines worldwide except the US and Canada, to improve emissions of those cars. As a subsidiary company of Volkswagen Group, the Ingolstadt-based Audi has been involved in diesel emissions scandal and therefore decided to offer its customers “a retrofit program” for cars with EU5 and EU6 diesel engines, mainly including getting

  • Prince George photo marks fourth birthday

    London: An official portrait of Prince George has been released to mark his fourth birthday taken at Kensington Palace ahead of his birthday on Saturday, the media reported. The picture captures a smiling future king, reports the BBC. The Prince has spent the run-up to his birthday on a tour of Poland and Germany with his parents. Prince George Alexander Louis, known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, was born

  • Sri Lankan Navy apprehends eight TN fishermen

    New Delhi: The Sri Lankan Navy on Saturday apprehended eight Tamil Nadu fishermen and seized their boat near Delft Island. As per reports, the Sri Lankan officers took the fishermen to the Kankesanthurai Naval camp for further investigation. Last Sunday, four Indian fishermen were arrested for allegedly poaching in the Colombo territorial waters.

  • Congress brands Shankersinh Vaghela’s resignation as ‘unfortunate’

    New Delhi: With Congress party leader Shankersinh Vaghela quitting the party, political leaders have branded the incident as “unfortunate.” Speaking to ANI, Congress leader Ashok Chavan said this is an unfortunate incident for the party.

  • TN: Protesters attempt to parcel sanitary napkins to PM, FM in protest over 12 percent GST

    Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu): A new form of protest was witnessed in Coimbatore, when members of the Revolutionary Youth Front attempted to parcel sanitary napkins to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as a sign of agitation against the levying of 12 percent Goods and Services Tax (GST) on it.

  • Soldier injured in Pakistan firing on LoC

    Jammu, An Indian Army soldier was injured on Saturday in a ceasefire violation by the Pakistani Army on the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district, defence sources said. The soldier was injured in Lam sector of the LoC, he added.

  • Delhi pacer Parvinder Awana beaten up in Greater Noida

    Greater Noida: India’s first-class cricketer Parvinder Awana was on Friday beaten up by a group of five unknown people in Greater Noida. It is reported that Awana was returning from Haridwar and while passing Greater Noida, five unknown people, who were travelling by car along with a girl, attacked him.