Free Press Journal
  • WOW! Priyanka Chopra stuns with Sofia Vergara at a Stop Cancer benefit bash

    Priyanka Chopra certainly knows how to grab headlines. Be it for her in film look or for her never say die styling Priyanka is someone not just India but the world looks to in terms of making a statement. Well recently Priyanka Chopra made an appearance at the Stop Cancer event in Beverly Hills where she was accompanied by none other than Sofia Vergara. While the two were certainly complementing each other

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    ‘Newton’ screened at film fest in LA

    Los Angeles: “Newton”, India’s official entry for the foreign language film category at the Academy Awards 2018, premiered at the 31st American Film Institute (AFI) FEST 2017 here.

  • NGT turns down Delhi government plea on odd-even exemptions

    New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday turned down the Delhi government’s plea to exempt women drivers and two-wheelers from the odd-even vehicle rationing scheme, saying there was “no logic” to the proposal. The top green tribunal also asked the Delhi government to choose a spot in the city by 4 p.m. on Tuesday and sprinkle water from helicopter on the area to know the efficacy of

  • Viral Video: Telangana cop suspended for getting massage done by woman home guard

    Hyderabad: An assistant sub-inspector (ASI) of the armed reserve wing of police in Telangana’s Jogulamba Gadwal district was today suspended for alleged misconduct, after a video purportedly showing him getting a “massage” from a woman home guard went viral. ASI Hassan has been placed under suspension for his “misconduct”, said Deputy Inspector General of Police, Hyderabad Range, M Stephen Raveendra.

  • Jammu and Kashmir: Army jawan, militant killed in encounter in Kulgam

    Srinagar: An Army jawan and a militant were today killed in an encounter in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir even as security forces were engaged in a counter insurgency operation in Pulwama district. One soldier was critically injured in the gunbattle with militants at Nowbug Kund in Kulgam district, Army sources said. They said the injured soldier later succumbed to injuries. A militant was also killed in the operation, the sources said.

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    Halle Berry in India: See pics that show the Hollywood star having a gala time

    X-Men actor Halle Berry has taken a trip to India leaving her fans wondering if Bollywood is on the cards for this Bond girl. Earlier, she was spotted in Mumbai and now she is off to have a gala time in Kerala. Halle posted a few pictures from her vacation in India on her Instagram account and it looks like she is up to some fun. Check out!

  • Modi meets leaders of five countries in Manila

    Manila, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday met leaders of five countries, including Japan and Australia, ahead of the India-Asean Summit and the East Asia Summit here.

  • Children’s Day 2017: Darsheel Safary to Fatima Sana Shaikh, Bollywood child actors then and now

    Over the years, Bollywood have treated us with memorable films, many of which would not have been complete without having kids as a prominent character. These child artists managed to make a mark in our memories. While many of these continued to act in movies, some of them chose other professions once they grew up. On Children’s Day, let’s take a look at all these actors from the recent

  • Kandahar attack: 40 Taliban insurgents killed

    Kandahar: At least 40 Taliban insurgents were killed and 35 others injured after they attacked security forces’ check-posts in the Kandahar province.

  • WPI inflation at 6-month high of 3.59%; onion, veggies costlier

    New Delhi: Inflation at the wholesale level rose to a 6-month high of 3.59 percent in October as the prices of food articles, led by onions and vegetables, rose sharply. Inflation, based on the Wholesale Price Index (WPI), was2.60 percent in September. In October last year, it was 1.27 percent. Last month’s inflation was the highest since April when it was 3.85 percent.

  • North Korea soldier shot six times as he defected to South

    Seoul, A North Korean soldier involved in an extremely rare and dramatic defection to the South was shot six times by his own side as he drove to the heavily guarded border and ran across under a hail of bullets.

  • PCB allows raising Pakistan Super League squad limit from 20 to 21

    Lahore: A day after the conclusion of the star-studded player draft for the 2018 Pakistan Super League (PSL), the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has allowed the league franchises to raise their number of players from 20 to 21 and increase the player salary cap by USD 25,000. This means each franchise will now be allowed to pick a local player from the domestic circuit apart from the existing squads of 20 players.

  • Bharti sells stake in Bharti Infratel for Rs 3,325 crore

    New Delhi: Bharti Airtel today said it has offloaded 83 million shares of its subsidiary Bharti Infratelfor Rs 3,325 crore through secondary share sale in the stock market. Bharti Airtel, India’s largest telecom operator, will primarily use the proceeds from this sale to pare its debt, a company statement said.

  • Redmi Y1 review: Pocket-friendly selfie smartphone from Xiaomi

    New Delhi: Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has climbed to second spot in the Indian smartphone market after coming here nearly four years ago. The company has now expanded its budget line-up with the selfie-centric “Redmi Y” series.