Free Press Journal
  • Box-office clash: Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg 3’ and Ranveer Singh’s ‘Simmba’ to clash this December?

    In December 2015, it was SRK against Ranveer Singh, as their films ‘Dilwale’ and ‘Bajirao Mastani’ clashed at the box office. And now, this year Ranveer Singh may face himself in same spot as he might face another Khan, Salman! According to reports, Ranveer Singh starrer ‘Simmba’ and Salman Khan‘s third instalment of the successful cop series, ‘Dabangg’ is all set to clash at the box-office

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    Sridevi’s death: Alignment of stars of Superstar Sridevi took the shine away, leading to her downfall

    Sridevi passed away on Saturday in Dubai and she was just 54. The actress was first female superstar of Bollywood and took the industry by storm in 80s and 90s. But unfortunately, things didn’t go well for the actress after 2000 and she started losing her fame due to faults in her star. According to astrologer Pradeep Kiradoo who studied Sridevi’s stars and came across some mind-blowing things about the actress health, fame

  • Yo Yo Honey Singh, Honey singh, SKTKS, Dil Chori, Chhote Chhote Peg, Honey singh’s songs

    Yo Yo Honey Singh steals hearts with his comeback!

    Honey Singh has treated his fans with his 2 superhit tracks from the recently released movie Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety. Yo Yo Honey Singh made a comeback of sorts, treating his fans with two songs – Dil Chori and Chhote Chhote Peg. Both the songs have been ruling the charts and creating a lot of buzz among the audience.

  • Left front confident of wining Tripura polls: CPI

    Hyderabad: Veteran communist leader Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy today expressed doubts over the two exit polls which predicted the BJP’s win in Tripura elections, and said the Left front is confident of returning to power. Noting that some exit polls after the last Assembly elections in Bihar and Delhi had gone awry, the CPI general secretary said he has his own doubts about the latest ones on the north eastern state’s poll.

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    Bhang-over: 10 do’s and don’ts for everyone who plans to have bhang this Holi

    Bhang. Sounds fun. To add to the festive season comes bhang infused dishes, from thandai to meethai. Having bhang is any forms gives a kick. But what’s more dramatic is the effects of it. The moment you have bhang you feel your body is immune to intoxication and you feel as if you have accepted it gracefully. But as soon as bhang starts its magic, you will be transported to a different

  • BlackBerry to kill paid apps from its app store

    Toronto: BlackBerry Limited has informed a few app developers that it will forcibly remove paid software from the “BlackBerry World” app store from April 1. “BlackBerry has started alerting developers with paid apps in the ‘BlackBerry World’ store through email. According to the message, BB10 users won’t be able to purchase anything from the store starting on April 1 when the paid content will be removed,” SlashGear reported late on Tuesday.

  • ASUS unveils three devices in new Zenfone 5 series at MWC 2018

    Barcelona: Taiwanese smartphone maker ASUS launched three devices in the new ZenFone 5 series at the ongoing “Mobile World Congress” (MWC), 2018 here. ZenFone 5Z and ZenFone 5 are the first-ever models to have Artificial Intelligence (AI) and feature “all-screen” displays with a 90 per cent screen-to-body ratio. The new line-up also includes ZenFone 5 Lite.

  • Digital identity app Yoti launches in India; to make ID verification simpler, safer

    New Delhi: Yoti, a digital identity app, was launched in India on Tuesday. The company’s on a mission to become the world’s trusted identity system; helping consumers and businesses fighting back against the growing threat of identity fraud – an issue which is deeply linked to the personal and financial well-being of every individual.

  • Doe-eyed superhero chosen as 2020 Tokyo Olympic mascot

    Tokyo: Tokyo today unveiled its long-awaited mascot for the 2020 Olympic Games: a futuristic blue-checked, doe-eyed character with pointy ears and “special powers” that was picked by schoolchildren across mascot-mad Japan.

  • Aussies set to challenge Proteas: Nathan Lyon

    Johannesburg: Ahead of the four-match Test series against South Africa, Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon believes that his side is in a “better place” since the last time they lost 2-1 to Proteas in 2016.