Free Press Journal
  • Celebrating 1 year of MS Dhoni :The Untold Story!

    While rumor has it that Sushant Singh Rajput will soon step into the shoes of the Great Khali, the industry today celebrates one year of MS Dhoni :The Untold Story, a film which went on to have cash registers ringing at the box office and also brought Sushant major critical acclaim.

  • Ousted Uber CEO appoints two members to board

    Los Angeles: Uber’s ousted CEO Travis Kalanick has appointed two members to the firm’s board of directors for seats under his control in a move reportedly meant to solidify his influence in the company, a media report said.

  • Pak Army says 3 persons killed in firing by Indian troops

    Islamabad: At least three persons, including a soldier, have been killed and four others injured in alleged firing by Indian troops across the Line of Control, the Pakistan Army said today.

  • Kapil Sharma’s show will be back, but not before next year, says his best friend

    Kapil Sharma is out of his ayurvedic treatment in Bangalore. But still some way off from getting back to his show. Speaking on his behalf, Kapil’s closest friend Rajiv Dhingra who directs Kapil’s new feature film ‘Firangi’ and who also served as the associate director of ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ says, “I don’t think Kapil can come back with his show before next year. Right now his entire focus

  • Tom Alter was the first person to interview Sachin Tendulkar when he was 15

    Veteran actor Tom Alter breathed his last on Friday night at his Mumbai residence. He was battling stage four of skin cancer. Alter was known for his acting and writing skills. However, many may not know that he was a sports lover as well. And in fact, it was he took Sachin Tendulkar’s first video interview when the latter was 15.

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    Mumbai University to give students just average marks for misplaced sheets

    Mumbai: Around 1,600 students will be given average marks because the Mumbai University has been unable to track their answer scripts or, rather, has misplaced them. These students have been waiting for over three months for their results to be declared, which the universities were holding in reserve.

  • Elphinstone stampede

    Mumbai stampede: Bodies of 17 victims handed over to kin

    Mumbai: Bodies of 17 of the 22 people killed in the stampede at Elphinstone Road railway station here have been handed over to their relatives so far, hospital authorities said today. At least 22 persons were killed and 39 injured in a rush hour stampede on a narrow foot-over-bridge (FOB) linkingElphinstone Road and Parel suburban stations during heavy rain last morning.

  • Mumbai Crime: Court sentences two, including father, for raping 15-year-old girl

    Mumbai: In yet another case of sexual crime committed against women (in this case a minor), a special court on Friday sentenced a 45-year-old man to life imprisonment for repeatedly raping his 15-year-old daughter. The court also sentenced another man in this inhuman act, an autorickshaw driver, to 20 years in prison for repeatedly raping the victim while she stayed at his house after fleeing home to protect herself.

  • Nawaz Sharif to be re-elected PML-N President on October 3

    Lahore: Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif will be re-elected as the President of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) during the party’s general council meeting at Islamabad Convention Centre on October 3. The first meeting of the council would be held at the Islamabad Convention Centre on Oct 2 after a meeting of the Central Working Committee (CWC) earlier in the morning to amend the PML-N constitution that also barred a disqualified person