Free Press Journal
  • FIFA U-17 World Cup: England hopeful of getting Jadon Sancho’s services

    Kolkata: The England U-17 football World Cup team is hopeful of getting the services of star attacking midfielder Jadon Sancho for the group stages of the tournament after reports of the player’s club German giants Borussia Dortmund not letting him go surfaced.

  • Las Vegas Shooting: Gunman Stephen Paddock had ‘bump-stock’ device that could speed fire

    Las Vegas: The gunman who unleashed hundreds of rounds of gunfire on a crowd of concertgoers in Las Vegas had two “bump-stocks” that could have converted semi-automatic firearms into fully automatic ones, officials said. The devices have attracted scrutiny in recent years from authorities. California Sen Dianne Feinstein has long railed against them. Several years ago, she told The Associated Press she was concerned about the emergence of new technologies that could

  • Mumbai Crime: Man hacks woman’s email, scams her friend of Rs 40,000

    Mumbai: In another case of cyber crime, which has seen tremendous rise in recent days, a woman was duped of Rs 40,000 in a case of e-mail hacking. The said incident came to light when the Malabar Hill police arrested a man suspected to be part of a cyber fraud gang, which duped a SoBo woman recently.

  • WHAT! Did Mahira Khan give matching shirt to Ranbir Kapoor for his birthday? Read full details 

    Ever since Ranbir Kapoor and Pakistani actress Mahira Khan’s candid picture went viral on the internet, their fans have started speculating that the duo is allegedly dating each other. After all, many times, recently become single Ranbir has seen spotted with Mahira at various events. However, their pictures of New York where they were seen smoking together, created major havoc on the internet.

  • Three dead as heavy rain halts life in Hyderabad

    Hyderabad (Telangana): Heavy rain and water logging have led to the death of three people, including an eight-month old child, as heavy rains lashed the city on Monday evening.

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    Varun Dhawan urges fans to say no to piracy

    Mumbai: His latest release “Judwaa 2” is doing great at the box office and actor Varun Dhawan wants his  fans to watch the film only in theatres.

  • Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny jailed for third time this year

    Moscow : A Russian court has sentenced opposition leader Alexei Navalny to his third jail term this year. This comes as a disruption in the plans by the long-time Kremlin critic to campaign before Russia’s upcoming election.

  • Maruti Suzuki Launches S-Cross Facelift At Rs 8.49 Lakh

    Maruti Suzuki has launched the S-Cross facelift in India with prices starting from Rs 8.49 lakh. The price of the base variant has gone up by Rs 43,000, and it’s primarily because of the addition of mild-hybrid (SHVS) tech on the 1.3-litre diesel engine. The engine specs remain the same as before but claimed mileage (fuel efficiency being the correct term) has gone up from 23.65kmpl to 25.1kmpl, a 7 per cent increase.

  • Rocker Tom Petty passes away at the age of 66, family confirms death

    Los Angeles: Veteran rocker Tom Petty has passed after suffering a cardiac arrest. He was 66. Petty’s longtime manager confirmed the singer’s death and said that the the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer took his last breath at his home in Malibu, reported People magazine. “On behalf of the Tom Petty family we are devastated to announce the untimely death of our father, husband, brother, leader, and friend Tom Petty.

  • Delhi: CISF official opens fire at Azadpur Metro Station

    New Delhi: A Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) officer at Azadpur Delhi Metro station opened fire in air after a group of people allegedly manhandled and hit a policeman and other security officials.

  • ‘Judwaa 2’ flexes its muscles at the Box Office

    Finally! The film industry is celebrating a success. The smiles are back. The phenomenal start of JUDWAA-2 has brought cheer and sunshine in this gloomy scenario. Just when a section of the industry was feeling it’s end of the road for wholesome entertainers , the pan India success of JUDWAA-2 clearly proves that well-made entertainers will always find acceptance. This

  • Suyyash Rai: I want to balance both acting and singing

    Actor-singer Suyyash Rai, in collaboration with musician Siddharth Singh, has come up with his first single Beparwihaan. He talks about the song, what made start making music and his wife Kishwar Merchant’s support, in achieving his dream.