Free Press Journal
  • 30 injured in train accident in Swiss Alps: police

    Geneva: At least 30 people were injured today when a train engine collided with carriages full of passengers at a station in the Swiss Alpine village of Andermatt, police said.

  • PM using Vande Mataram for political interest: Mayawati

    Lucknow: BSP chief Mayawati today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of using Vande Mataram to serve the BJP’s political interest, hours after he said that those who keep the country clean have the first right to chant the national song.

  • In pictures: Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor received Legendary Couple Of Bollywood award

    Recently Rishi Kapoor had celebrated his 65 birthday and the actor still looks stunning in this age also. The actor is married to beautiful Neetu Singh for almost 37 years and the couple are still as fresh as newly wed. Rishi Kapoor was the chocolate boy of Bollywood, other the most sought after heroine of that time-love was bound to happen. Their amazing chemistry and blossoming love were always visible in the movies

  • In Photos: Riya Sen lip lock with hubby Shivam Tewari is too hot to handle

    Riya Sen tied the know in hush hush ceremony with her long time beau Shivam Tewari last month, after that the couple headed for their honeymoon to Prague, Czech Republic. Thanks to the couple’s many posts on their social media accounts we have been kept well updated with their travel plans and other deets. The pretty actress recently took to her Instagram account to share a pic that has left all her

  • 7 killed in US home shooting

    Washington: A gunman killed seven people at a home in the US state of Texas before he was shot dead by police, media reported. The incident happened on Sunday night in Plano, a Dallas suburb. It is believed the shoot-out was prompted by a “domestic dispute” at the party for fans of NFL team the Dallas Cowboys, the US media reported.

  • Bihar floods: State seeks Rs 7,636 crore assistance from Centre

    Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said a memorandum has been sent to the Centre seeking an assistance of Rs 7,636 crore on account of floods in 19 districts of the state that claimed 514 lives and left behind a trail of destruction.

  • Jayashree’s fun Haryanvi experience

    Jayashree Venkataramanan says she enjoyed the whole process of wearing Haryanvi clothes for a sequence in TV show “Hum Paanch Phir Se”. The entire cast of the show was seen donning different avatars for one of the episodes of the show.

  • Benedict Cumberbatch is a ‘Gypsy Boy’

    Actor Benedict Cumberbatch will star in “Gypsy Boys”, the movie adaptation of writer-LGBT activist Mikey Walsh’s memoirs. The 41-year-old star will play Frank, who is a demanding father and a member of the last generation of the Romany Gypsy community, known for their ability to fight, reported Variety.

  • Given details on Karti Chidambaram’s possible foreign transactions, assets: CBI

    New Delhi: The CBI today told the Supreme Court that it has furnished details in a sealed cover on the probe in a corruption case about “possible transactions” in foreign countries and 25 alleged offshore properties of Karti Chidambaram, son of former Union Minister P Chidambaram.

  • Filmmaking was never on Jolie’s list

    Angelina Jolie, who made her feature directorial debut with “In the Land of Blood and Honey” in 2011, says she never imagined she could ever direct or write a film. The film, featuring Bosnian actors Zana Marjanovic and Goran Kostic and Croatian actor-director Rade Serbedzija, depicted a love story set against the background of the Bosnian War.

  • Working birthday for Shriya Saran!

    Shriya Saran, who has turned a year older today, will be having a working birthday, but no complaints!

  • Priyanka Chopra will work on her six abs look for her new Hollywood film

    If you happen to walk through New York’s Times Square and you happen to be Indian, you will be filled with pride to see our own Priyanka Chopra’s face plastered on the hoardings for an ad campaign that she has done for a leading international brand.

  • Chef Vikas Khanna debuts at Venice Film Festival with Buried Seeds and lavish dinner celebrating India

    Michelin-starred chef Vikas Khanna dons many hats – restaurateur, writer, filmmaker, humanitarian and TV show judge. Born with misaligned feet in a small town, he found refuge in his grandmother’s kitchen. As a teenager, he found his calling in the majestic kitchens of the Golden Temple in Amritsar. The celebrated chef has come a long way and has his own share of a struggle for about 15 years in the industry. Vikas Khanna’s