Free Press Journal
  • ICC U-19 World Cup, ICC U-19 World Cup final, ICC U-19 World Cup final preview, India, Australia, IndvsAus, Bay Oval

    ICC U-19 World Cup final preview: India, Australia chase 4th ICC U-19 World Cup title

    Tauranga: In a repeat of the 2012 edition, three-time champions India and Australia will aim to outplay each other when they face off in the final of the ICC Under-19 World Cup at the Bay Oval here on Saturday. Fresh from a 203-run thrashing of Pakistan in the semi-final, India set their date with Australia, who had comfortably defeated Afghanistan by six wickets in the battle of the last four.

  • navi mumbai, navi mumbai land scam, chief minister of maharashtra, maharashtra, CM, Devendra Fadnavis, CIDCO scam, land scam, BJP, Shiv Sena

    Maratha Reservation: Govt has acted positively, says CM Devendra Fadnavis

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said his government had acted positively on the Maratha reservation issue and the matter was now in court. He was speaking at the launch of several schemes to provide financial assistance to economically backward enterpreneurs under the Chhatrapati Rajaram Maharaj Entrepreneurship and Skill Development campaign being implemented by the Skill Development and Entrepreneurship department.

  • delhi, delhi police, delhi high court, Facial Recognition Software, FRS, track missing children, Bachpan Bachao Andolan

    Delhi Police to try using software to track missing children

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has directed the police to use a ‘Facial Recognition Software’ (FRS), on trial basis for two weeks, to track missing children. Justices S. Muralidhar and I.S. Mehta on Thursday said after checking the FRS’ efficacy and usefulness in tracking missing children, the Delhi Police should file an affidavit with results of the test.

  • Railway, Budget 2018, Railway employees opinion, anti-worker, AIRF, All India Railwaymen's Federation

    Railway employees’ union says budget ‘anti-worker’

    New Delhi: A railway employees’ association today said the Union Budget for 2018-19 was “anti-workers” as there was nothing for their welfare. In a statement, the All India Railwaymen’s Federation (AIRF) said the budget came as “a dampener” for the entire sector.

  • BMC, Mumbai, first women toilet, toilets in mumbai, all-women restroom

    BMC gives Mumbai its first women-only toilet

    Mumbai: An all-women restroom has been built by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) at Tulsiwadi area of Mumbai Central. This toilet provides a separate room for senior citizens and a separate room for changing babies’ diapers.

  • akshay kumar, gold, gold movie, gold teaser, gold teaser views, 2018 Bollywood movies, Golden Victory of India,

    Akshay Kumar’s upcoming Gold’s teaser to release on February 5

    Akshay Kumar and debutant Mouni Roy starrer much-awaited film, Gold’s teaser is releasing on February 5. Gold marks to be the first association between Akshay Kumar and Excel Entertainment led by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar. Gold is inspired by true events and is about India’s first Olympic medal win as a free nation in the year 1948 at Games of the XIV Olympiad,

  • George Clooney, George Clooney's wife, Amal Clooney, George and Amal's love story

    George Clooney reveals how he met Amal Clooney

    George Clooney has opened up about he met his wife Amal Clooney. The “Money Monster” actor said he “didn’t leave the house” when he met his future wife during an appearance on Netflix’s “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction”, hosted by David Letterman. “A mutual friend of ours said, ‘I’m stopping by and can I bring my friend?’ And I was like, ‘Of course.’ (Then) I got a call from my agent,

  • Octavia Spencer, Octavia Spencer upcoming movie, The Help, Tate Taylor, Horror thriller

    It’s horror thriller for Octavia Spencer next

    Octavia Spencer is reuniting with her “The Help” director Tate Taylor for a new horror thriller film. The film, titled “Ma”, will also feature Luke Evans and Juliette Lewis, is being backed by Blumhouse, the production company behind “Get Out”, reported Variety.

  • nicole kidman, hidden talent, bugs, nicole kidman's shocking revelations, Nicole Kidman movies

    Eating bugs, is Kidman’s hidden talent

    Nicole Kidman says her “hidden talent” is eating bugs, including “extraordinary” hornworms, “fruity” mealworms and “exquisite” grasshoppers. “Two billion people in the world eat bugs and I’m one of them. I’m telling you, I’d win ‘Survivor’,” Kidman said in a video, reports

  • Jennifer Lawrence, Unrigged Live!, TigNotaro, Nikki Glaser, Tulane University

    Lawrence to host politically charged show

    Jennifer Lawrence will host “Unrigged Live!” appearing alongside TigNotaro and Nikki Glaser in a politically charged variety show of comedy and music. The acts will cap off a three-day political summit at Tulane University in New Orleans, reports

  • A R Rahman, A R Rahman songs, A R Rahman playlist, Oscars 2018, Academy Awards, Oscars playlist

    A.R. Rahman’s score is now in the Oscars playlist

    Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman‘s hit score from “Slumdog Millionaire” has been included in the line-up planned for the Oscar Concert. In the run-up to the 90th annual Oscars, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is collaborating with the Los Angeles Philharmonic for The Oscar Concert on February 28 at Walt Disney Concert Hall here, reports

  • nokia mobiles, nokia mobile prices, nokia 5, nokia 8, nokia 5 specifications, nokia 8 specifications

    Nokia 5 and Nokia 8 rates revised; available at Rs 13,499 and Rs 28,999

    One of the oldest mobile brand Nokia has revised the prices of two popular models. Reportedly, Nokia 5 and Nokia 8 prices in India have been revised. Nokia 5 which was launched in India last November at Rs 13,499 is now available at Rs 12, 499. On the other hand, Nokia 8 which was launched at Rs. 36,999 in last October now comes with a price tag

  • PC jewellers, PC jewellers share prices, intra-day trade, business, fundamentals of the company

    PC Jeweller tanks 60 percent in intra-day trade, ends 25 percent down

    New Delhi: Shares of PC Jeweller came under heavy selling pressure today, crashing nearly 60 per cent in intra-day trade, but later recovered most of the lost ground after managements commentary that “the fundamentals of the company remain strong”. The stock faced severe drubbing amid sharp fall in the shares of Vakrangee Ltd, which had purchased shares of PC Jeweller late last month.