Free Press Journal
  • Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s lavish wedding reception in Delhi, see photos

    Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have set a new benchmark for ultra-luxury Indian weddings. Whether it be their wedding at the Borgo Finocchieto luxury retreat near Tuscany in Italy or be their today’s wedding reception. Virat-Anushka are all over the social media, for their today’s reception in Delhi.

  • RK Nagar bypoll: Over 73% voter turnout recorded

    Chennai (Tamil Nadu): As the voting in RK Nagar Assembly constituency, which was left vacant after the death of former chief minister of Tamil Nadu J Jayalalithaa, ended,  73.45 percent turnout has been recorded on Thursday. The polling at the constituency, which had been vacant, since December last year, had begun earlier in the day. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Karu Nagarajan and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) candidate N Marudhu Ganesh have also cast

  • Be ready for Odd-Even in Delhi, impose restrictions till January 31: Pollution board

    New Delhi: A CPCB-led taskforce today recommended the closure of all coal-based industries operating in Delhi-NCR for a fortnight from January 15 to contain air pollution during the upcoming ASEAN summit here. The taskforce, formed under the Centre-notified Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP), made the recommendation to the EPCA as part of a series of proposals in light of pollution touching ’emergency’ level again.

  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui to play Bal Thackeray in biopic

    Mumbai: Acclaimed Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui will play the title role of the late Shiv Sena founder-president Bal Thackeray in the upcoming biopic titled “Thackeray”.

  • BJP may pick an MLA as new Himachal Pradesh chief minister

    New Delhi/Shimla: The BJP, which returned to power in Himachal Pradesh with a thumping majority, may pick one of its MLAs as the state’s new chief minister, with five-time MLA Jairam Thakur being seen as a frontrunner, according to indications today. Union ministers Nirmala Sitaraman and Narendra Singh Tomar, who are BJP’s central observers, reached Shimla today to hold consultations with the newly elected party MLAs to elicit their views and arrive at consensus on the name of a new chief

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    Indian-origin driver among smuggling gang jailed in UK

    London: An Indian-origin driver is among 10 members of a so-called “white van group” jailed for a total of 31 years for smuggling drugs and money across the UK.

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    UP CM Yogi Adityanath to hold roadshow in Mumbai tomorrow

    Mumbai: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will hold a “road show” in Mumbai tomorrow for captains of industry seeking their participtation in the “Investor’s Summit 2018” to be held in Lucknow in February next year.

  • China urges others to avoid ‘complicating’ Myanmar dispute

    Beijing: China urged other governments today to “constructively help” Myanmar and Bangladesh resolve the fate of Rohingya Muslims “instead of complicating the issue” after Myanmar blocked a visit by UN human rights official. Events in Rakhine state, where more than 630,000 Rohingya fled a military crackdown, are an internal affair for Myanmar that “contains complicated historical, national and religious factors,” said a foreign ministry spokeswoman, Hua Chunying.

  • UIDAI allows Airtel to resume Aadhaar-based e-KYC services

    New Delhi: The Unique Identification Authority of India, (UIDAI) which had temporarily suspended telecom major Bharti Airtel and Airtel Payments Bank’s “Aadhaar linked e-KYC” services for alleged misuse has now allowed it to resume services.

  • Tom Hanks wouldn’t screen ‘The Post’ for Donald Trump

    Tom Hanks says he would turn down an invitation from the White House to screen his new movie “The Post”. Hanks portrays editor Ben Bradlee in the Steven Spielberg directorial. Hanks, 61, said he would turn down an invitation to the White House because of Donald Trump’s attacks on the free press and parallels between the world now and what is documented in the film, reports “I don’t think I would.

  • Karen Gillan felt ‘intimidated’ by her ‘Jumanji’ co-stars

    Karen Gillan has said that working alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Kevin Hart in ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ was an intimidating experience for her. The “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” actor features in the Jake Kasdan-directed action movie, which also stars Johnson, Hart and Jack Black.

  • James Cameron wanted Bill Paxton on board for ‘Avatar’ sequels

    Director James Cameron has said that he wanted to cast late actor Bill Paxton in the sequels to his blockbuster film “Avatar”. Paxton passed away from the complications of a surgery earlier this year. He had collaborated with Cameron on projects like “True Lies” and “Titanic”.

  • Lupita Nyong’o was ‘awakened’ after working on ‘Black Panther’

    Lupita Nyong’o has said director Ryan Coogler stayed away from the “expected female-rival narrative” for the “Black Panther” film. The 34-year-old actor stars as Nakia, a member of the Dora Milaje, a group of female assassins dedicated to protecting the advanced nation of Wakanda and King T’Challa himself, in the Marvel film.

  • Culture will be richer when ‘white dudes’ not in power: Christian Bale

    Christian Bale feels that “culture will be richer” when white men are not the only ones in charge of everything. The “Dark Knight Rises” actor batted for a more inclusive Hollywood which can benefit everyone during a panel discussion with AOL Build to discuss his new film “Hostiles”. “Our culture will be so much richer the day that we stop saying, ‘Hey, it’s all white dudes who are running things,'” Bale said.

  • Val Kilmer talks about life after battle with cancer

    Val Kilmer, who successfully fought cancer, has said the illness changed his outlook towards life. “I was too serious. I’d get upset when things like Oscars and recognition failed to come my way,” Kilmer told The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Pooja Bhatt writes book on how she overcame alcoholism

    Indians are comfortable when women become Sita: Pooja Bhatt

    Actress-filmmaker Pooja Bhatt says that in India people are comfortable when a woman becomes Sita or Savitri, but when she acts like Goddess Kali, then they have problems. Pooja attended a press conference along with her father and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt for the success of their radio show “Bhatt Naturally”.