Free Press Journal
  • India vs South Africa: Can Virat Kohli and team India walk the talk and nail Protea challenge?

    India’s tour of South Africa will begin in a couple of days and this series comes at a time when international cricket is crying out for a context and contest and this challenge will determine Virat Kohli and his young brigade’s legacy. India vs South Africa might not be in the same league as India vs Australia or India vs Pakistan but ever since South Africa’s readmission since 1992, the matches between

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    Maharashtra Caste Clash: 16 FIRs registered relating to bandh

    Mumbai: A total of 16 FIRs have been registered by the Mumbai Police, relating to statewide bandh that was called yesterday by the Dalit groups against the Bhima-Koregaon violence. The Police said that they detained more than 300 miscreants in this regard. Meanwhile, after a day-long protest on Wednesday, normalcy has been restored in Mumbai.

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    Patty Jenkins says ‘Wonder Woman 2’ will be totally different

    Los Angeles: Director Patty Jenkins has said that “Wonder Woman 2” will be an “entirely new adventure” and will not feel like a sequel. Actor Gal Gadot will be back in the role of Wonder Woman/Diana Prince in DC Extended Universe’s “Wonder Woman 2”, which will have her face off against the Soviet Union during the 1980s.

  • Remonetisation: RBI to issue new chocolate coloured Rs 10 note

    After the big denominations, now it’s time for Rs 10 to get a new makeover. Yes! According to reports, the Reserve Bank of India is all set to issue new Rs 10 note with chocolate brown colour as the base. Meanwhile, the new 10 rupee note wil bear the picture of the ‘Konark Sun Temple’ and the RBI has already printed 1 billion pieces of the new note.

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    Watch! PadMan song Hu Ba Hu displays Akshay Kumar and Sonam Kapoor’s strong bond of friendship

    Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte starrer PadMan’s third song ‘Hu Ba Hu’ has been released and we must say that the song shows the strong bond of friendship between Akshay Kumar aka Lakshmikanth and Sonam Kapoor aka Rhea. The song shows the journey of how India’s real super hero Lakshmikanth tries to convey his sanitary product’s information

  • BSF kills intruder along International Border in Jammu; destroys 2 Pakistan posts

    Jammu: BSF troops today foiled an infiltration bid and killed an intruder along the International Border in Jammu district. Troops observed movement of two-three persons along the IB near Nikowal Border Out Post (BoP) in Arnia sector around 0545 hours, IG BSF, Jammu frontier, Ram Awtar told PTI. They challenged them and opened fire resulting in the death of one intruder, he said adding, the deceased was in his thirties. The other intruders

  • New Maruti Suzuki Swift: Unofficial Bookings Begin

    If you’ve been gazing at the pictures of the new, third-gen Swift and considering getting one, we’ve got some good news! A handful of authorised Maruti Suzuki dealers across the country have confirmed that they have started accepting bookings for the new Swift. Official bookings haven’t started yet, but we expect them to begin soon as well. Once that happens, we expect the carmaker to launch the new hatchback at the

  • India vs South Africa: 8 interesting facts you need to know

    India’s tour of  South Africa will begin in a couple of days and this series comes at a time when international cricket is crying out for a context and contest and this challenge will determine Virat Kohli and his young brigade’s legacy. India vs South  Africa might not be in the same league as India vs Australia or India vs Pakistan but ever since South Africa’s  readmission in 1992, the matches between this two

  • Ashes 2017-18: Australia snare Alastair Cook on review to rock England

    Sydney: Australia claimed the big wicket of Alastair Cook to take the early ascendancy on the opening day of the fifth Ashes Test, here today. Cook, who carried his bat through the England first innings in the fourth Melbourne Test for an unbeaten 244, looked on his way to another big score until Josh Hazlewood struck in the 33rd over. Hazlewood’s leg before wicket appeal was turned down on-field, but on review,

  • Mohammad Nazim spent his birthday with close friends

    Actor Mohammad Nazim celebrated his birthday on the first day of the new year in Chandigarh with his close pals. When asked Nazim says,”This year I was in Chandigarh to usher in my birthday with my close buddies. Travelling is always fun when you have your closest buddy. Winter is always good in Punjab. Good food always goes well in winter. Though I could not cheat as am very particular with my fitness, I

  • Three Indian girls rescued from Kenya: Sushma Swaraj

    New Delhi, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday said that three Indian and seven Nepalese girls, who were victims of trafficking, have been rescued from Kenya.

  • Maharashtra bandh: Policeman helps 700 school students reach home safely amid caste protests

    In the aftermath of Maharashtra bandh, which affected the daily lives of many people, Mumbai police once again came to the fore and showed admirable leadership. Senior inspector Sanjay Hazare of Valiv police station turned out to be a saviour for over 700 students of Vidya Vikas High School, when the authorities reached out to the Palghar police and asked them to help to transport the kids safely to their homes. He

  • EU will ‘survive’ Brexit, remain strong: Federica Mogherini

    Havana, The European Union will “survive” Britain’s Brexit departure and will remain strong, the bloc’s foreign policy chief has said. “Many believed that the referendum in the United Kingdom (on leaving the EU) was going to be the beginning of the end of the European Union,” Federica Mogherini said during a two-day visit to Cuba.

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    Sensex rebounds 123 points in opening trade on Asian cues

    Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex recovered by over 123 points in early trade today, halting its three-session falling streak on fresh spell of buying in recent losers amid positive Asian cues.