Free Press Journal
  • India learnt lessons from 1962 China war: Jaitley

    New Delhi: Amid a border stand-off with China, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said India did learn lessons from the 1962 war and asserted that Indian armed forces can now meet any challenge.

  • Bahrain denies opening airspace to Qatar

    Manama: Bahrain on Wednesday denied media reports that it has opened its airspace to Qatar Airways, affirming that the country’s sovereign skies remain closed to all planes owned by or registered in Doha.

  • Ahmed Patel assures Rahul of tough fight in Gujarat Assembly polls

    New Delhi: Congress veteran Ahmed Patel, who wrested a fifth Rajya Sabha term after a tough fight with the BJP, thanked party Vice President Rahul Gandhi and assured him that the fight will continue with the “same zest” till the Gujarat Assembly elections.

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    Delay of Mumbai University results: VC granted leave

    Mumbai: Amid delays in the declaration of results of the University of Mumbai, the Governor of Maharashtra and Chancellor Ch Vidyasagar Rao has granted the leave sought by the varsity Vice Chancellor Dr Sanjay Deshmukh.

  • In photos: Maratha Kranti Morcha paints Mumbai in Saffron

    Today lakhs of protesters participated in Maratha Kranti Morcha in Mumbai demanding reservation in  jobs and colleges for the people of the community. Wearing saffron caps and carrying flags, the protesters walked down south Mumbai’s JJ flyover, which was closed for vehicular traffic, winding their way to the protest venue. At the Jijamata Udyan, where the Maratha Morcha began at 11 AM, protesters tore banners put up by the Shiv Sena, stressing

  • Vikas Barala to be slapped with abduction charges: DGP Chandigarh

    Chandigarh (Punjab): Director General of Police Chandigarh on Wednesday said Haryana Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Subhash Barala’s son and his friend will be slapped with charges of abduction.

  • Milla Jovovich is the Blood Queen of ‘Hellboy’ reboot

    “Resident Evil” actress Milla Jovovich is in negotiations to portray the villainous Blood Queen in the new “Hellboy” reboot movie. The remake will be directed by Neil Marshall, reported Deadline. “Stranger Things” actor David Harbour is set to play the titular hero.

  • Victoria Beckham compared to thin crust pizza

    Singer-turned-designer Victoria Beckham is taking legal action against a takeaway restaurant over a “thoughtless” advertisement that compares their thin pizza crusts to her. Sidhu Golden Fish and Chips in North Tyneside said in an advert that its pizza crusts are thinner than Victoria, who is married to football legend David Beckham, reports mirror.co.uk.

  • Selena Gomez joins Woody Allen’s new movie

    Singer-actor Selena Gomez is starring in the upcoming Woody Allen film alongside Elle Fanning and Timothee Chalamet. The title and synopsis of the movie are still kept under tight wraps. The movie will be his third release for Amazon Studios following “Cafe Society” and “Wonder Wheel”, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “Cafe Society” released in 2016 stars Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg, Steve Carell and Blake Lively.

  • Rajeev Khandelwal to make web series debut

    Rajeev Khandelwal, who found visibility with Ekta Kapoor’s TV show “Kahiin To Hoga”, has reunited with the producer to mark his digital debut with a Kashmir-set web series titled “Haq Se”. Rajeev will feature with actress Surveen Chawla for the show, which will be available on ALTBalaji.

  • Countdown to military clash with India begins: Chinese daily

    Beijing: The countdown to a military conflict between India and China has begun and New Delhi should come to senses and withdraw troops from Doklam before it’s too late, a Chinese daily said on Wednesday.

  • No biopic for Ritesh Sidhwani for now

    Producer Ritesh Sidhwani denied rumours about producing a biopic on former cricketers Kapil Dev and Bishan Singh Bedi. “If people are discussing about biopic being made on Kapil Dev and Bishan Singh Bedi from our side, then I have no idea about it. There are no such plans right now. We are focusing on ‘Fukrey’ right now and we are making effort to give this one a good release,” he said during

  • Nepotism has been well discussed: Kangana Ranaut

    Mumbai: Like filmmaker Karan Johar, actress Kangana Ranaut too seems to have said enough on the nepotism debate. She says the issue has been well-discussed already.