Free Press Journal
  • From Zaheer-Sagarika to Sharmila-Pataudi, the love affair between Cricket and Bollywood

    Indian Cricketer Zaheer Khan on Thursady got marriged to ‘Chak De! India’ actress Sagarika Ghatge in a private affair. The news should come as no surprise as Bollywood and cricket go back a long way when it comes to link-ups and romances and, in some cases, weddings as well. There have been numerous affairs between people from the two professions, and a few have managed to awaken a great deal of media

  • No time to prepare for SA, need bouncy tracks vs Sri Lanka: Virat Kohli

    Nagpur: India captain Virat Kohli admitted that the team management had “no choice” but to request for hard bouncy tracks for the ongoing Test series against SriLanka with little time left to prepare for the South Africa series. The skipper once again spoke in a roundabout manner on the cramped schedule, which hampers preparation. Asked if he had asked for bouncy tracks, Kohli gave a direct answer, saying: “Yes (I had), because unfortunately, we

  • When Akshay Kumar gave a pep talk to Kapil Sharma

    It is a known fact that Kapil Sharma is unable to fulfil all the promotional commitments for his forthcoming production Firangi owing to his ill health. The comedian turned actor had earlier come out in the open to talk about his battle with alcoholism, anxiety and other health issues. Soon after the trailer launch of Firangi and a few promotional events, there were once again complaints of the actor missing out on

  • Vijay Shankar can be back-up allrounder when we travel abroad: Virat Kohli

    Nagpur: Hardik Pandya is India’s first- choice seam bowling all-rounder and the team management is looking at young Vijay Shankar as a back-up all-rounder with same skill sets for tough overseas assignments, skipper Virat Kohli said today. With Pandya being rested for the Sri Lanka Test series, Shankar was called as replacement of Bhuvneshwar Kumar for the second match but Kohli dropped hints that the 26-year-old may be a contender for a slot in

  • 3 Muslim clerics beaten up in train

    Baghpat: Three Muslim clerics were allegedly beaten up by unidentified persons in a moving train here leaving them injured, police said today.

  • New toilets in trains no better than septic tanks: IIT-M study

    A new kind of toilet using bacteria to break down human excreta has been deployed in Indian trains over four years to 2017, at a cost of Rs 1,305 crore, but this toilet is no better than a septic tank, the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IIT-M) has concluded after a two-year long study.

  • South star Namitha’s wedding celebrations on in full flow; see pics

    South actress Namitha and Veer’s wedding ceremony celebrations have been started in Tirupathi. The duo is currently in pre-wedding celebration mode and the wedding date is schedule on November 24, 2017 at 5.30 am in a private affair.

  • Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Patidar quota 5 complications

    Ahmedabad, Patidar leader Hardik Patel on Wednesday announced his support to the Congress in the Gujarat Assembly election after it reached an understanding with him by promising job quotas to the agitating Patel community if it comes to power.

  • India vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test: Indian batsmen ready for Visitors challenge

    Nagpur: Denied by the ‘Weather Gods’ in the opening Test, a supremely confident India are set to make some strategic changes to ensure that their dominance of Sri Lanka continues unchallenged in the second match starting here tomorrow.

  • BrahMos Aerospace: 10 things you must know

    The Air Force now has the ability to strike hostile warships hundreds of kilometres off the coast within just minutes. More important, it can do so from within its own air space – an aerial ability that both Pakistan and China are lacking.  The BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, named after the rivers Moscow and Brahmaputra, was successfully test fired on Wednesday for the first time — from the IAF’s frontline Sukhoi-30 MKI combat jet,