Free Press Journal
  • Sayami Kher, Vani Kapoor, raise brows in their festive avatars at Lakmé Fashion Week day 4

    The oh so glamorous winter/festive collection at the Lakmé Fashion Week, widened its horizon even further, as it touched upon authentic ethnic wear that cast its spell upon spectators. With Bollywood beauties like Nargis Fakhri, Vani Kapoor, Sayami Kher sizzling on the ramp with their bridal avatars, fashion was truly star studded on day 4. 

  • Sushant Singh Rajput: “I play a Pithoo in Kedarnath”

    While he is fully into playing an astronaut in Sanjay Chauhan’s ‘Chanda Mama Door Ke’, Sushant Singh Rajput has also started preliminary preparation for his next challenging role in Abhishek Kapoor’s ‘Kedarnath’ where he plays a tourist escort who carries the old and the ailing on his back to the holy place.

  • Finland stabbings a terror attack: Police

    Helsinki: The stabbings in the Finnish city of Turku that left two people dead and eight injured are being treated as acts of terror, police said on Saturday.

  • Uddhav Thackeray asks PM to take defence ministry ‘seriously’

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should take the defence ministry “seriously” as the country is “staring at a war with China” and facing terrorism emanating from Pakistan.

  • 8 injured in Russia knife attack

    Moscow: At least eight people were injured in a knife attack in the Russian city of Surgut on Saturday, officials said.

  • Mumbai cops gets segways to ensure smoother ride

    Watching youngsters ride Segways on the Marine Drive promenade has become a usual sighting nowadays, especially after the craze for the self-balancing electric scooter hit the city two years ago. And now as if they were not enough to disrupt traffic on the walkers side, the Mumbai Police will now also join them.

  • Mumbai: Police arrest 14-year-old boy for attacking old woman

    Mumbai (Maharashtra): The Mumbai Police have arrested a 14-year-old boy for attacking a 61-year-old woman with scissors and knife when she caught him stealing money from her home. The incident took place on late Wednesday night. The boy was allegedly stealing the money to get his brother’s bicycle repaired.

  • Govt removes one from Drona nominees, keeps Arjuna list intact

    New Delhi: The Sports Ministry has dropped para-sports coach Satyanarayana from the list of this year’s Dronacharya awardees due to a criminal defamation case pending against him, but made no changes to the names recommended for the Khel Ratna and Arjuna awards.

  • Sharad Yadav faction to approach EC over JD-U symbol

    Patna: The Janata Dal-United (JD-U) faction led by Sharad Yadav is to approach the Election Commission to stake claim over the party symbol ‘arrow’, a party leader said.

  • Dhiren Rawani shot dead by nephew

    Dhanbad (Jharkhand): Prominent businessman and chairman of the Rainbow group Dhiren Rawani was shot dead by his nephew at Bhowra near here, police said today.

  • NPA resolution: RBI chief calls for recapitalisation of banks

    Mumbai: Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel today called for recapitalisation of state-run banks to help them resolve the NPAs issue in a time-bond manner as bad loans at 9.6 per cent of the system is not acceptable.

  • Infosys to buy back 11.3-crore shares at Rs 1,150 each

    Bengaluru: Global software major Infosys Ltd on Saturday announced that it would buy back 11.3-crore shares of Rs 5 face value at Rs 1,150 ($18) per share via a tender offer at an outlay of Rs 13,000 crore.

  • Soha Ali Khan terms Kareena, Karisma queens of fashion police

    Mumbai: Actress Soha Ali Khan, who is expecting her first child with husband Kunal Kemmu, had fun at her baby shower. She even called her sister-in-law and actress Kareena Kapoor Khan and actress Karisma Kapoor “queens of the fashion police”.

  • Kohli, Dhawan share video on child abuse, request parents to be patient

    Scolding children or even inflicting corporal punishment on them, especially as a pedagogical tool, is the norm in India, even though it has been argued, time and again, that this needs to be changed as each child has their own learning pace.