Free Press Journal
  • Eng vs Ind T20: England Women defeat India A by 6 wickets

    Mumbai: England women notched up their second successive win as they comprehensively thrashed India A by six wickets in a warm-up T20 game here today. The visitors, who had defeated India A by 45 runs in the first practice match yesterday, continued their winning streak at the Brabourne Stadium.

  • Tiger Shroff takes 120 feet leap for Baaghi 2 in Thailand without the support of any body double

    Tiger Shroff has taken a 120 feet leap without any body double for the introduction scene of Baaghi 2. The actor has jumped off a cliff in Thailand without the support of any body double. Tiger Shroff has been known for his high octane action sequences in his films, but he has once again pushed the envelope by doing this daredevil stunt on his own.

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    39 Indians killed in Iraq: Shashi Tharoor slams government

    New Delhi: Congress MP Shashi Tharoor today slammed the government for “encouraging” the families of the 39 Indians kidnapped in Iraq to believe they were alive, a charge countered by Union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal who said it was important to verify the facts.

  • Jim Carrey’s artwork resembling Sarah Huckabee Sanders sparks row

    Jim Carrey is getting slammed online for a portrait he shared online that bears resemblance to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. “This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!” the 56-year-old star captioned the post.

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    Mehul Choksi fears for his safety to return home

    New Delhi: Gitanjali Gems Chairman and Managing Director Mehul Choksi, who is a co-accused in multi-crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam on Tuesday said that ‘exaggerated allegations by multiple investigating agencies have left him completely defenceless and that he feared for his safety to return home.’ “I further inform that requiring me to join the investigation, though leaving me helpless and information less, by various actions taken by multiple agencies is

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    Revealed! Why Sunil Grover is not on Kapil Sharma’s new show, read for more details

    If well-informed sources are to be believed, Sunil Grover did show “a keen interest” in being part of his friend-turned-rival Kapil Sharma’s new show Family Time With Kapil Sharma. Sources say, “But Grover had a peculiar pre-condition. He wanted the show’s title to be changed. Nothing radical…or, so Grover claimed. He just wanted his name to be added to the title of the show. So instead of Family Time With Kapil Sharma

  • South Africa vs Australia: Kagiso Rabada found not guilty, ban overturned

    In a good news for Kagiso Rabada and South African cricket team, the two-Test ban on Kagiso Rabada was on Tuesday (March 20) overturned by Michael Heron, the judicial commissioner, thereby paving the way for the South African paceman to play in the remaining two matches of the four-Test series against Australia.

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    Maharashtra: Government to enforce fee regulation law in educational institutions, says Education Minister Vinod Tawde

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde said today that the government would take steps to ensure a firm enforcement of the fee regulation law in educational institutions. Replying to a discussion on the issue raised in the state Assembly through a Calling Attention notice by Atul Bhatkalkar (of the BJP) and others, Tawde said at present, the legislation has no provision for redressal of parents’ complaints against fee hike by schools.

  • Sachin Tendulkar urges Nitin Gadkari to act against fake helmet makers

    New Delhi: Cricket icon and Rajya Sabha MP Sachin Tendulkar has sought action against manufacturers of low-quality helmets, continuing his campaign for safe two-wheeler riding. In a letter to transport minister Nitin Gadkari, Tendulkar said given the high rate of accidents involving two-wheeler drivers, it is important that safety equipment for them is of highest quality.

  • Mumbai Rail Roko Protest: Students are protesting on tracks; read to know why and what are their demands

    Mumbai: Apprentice student had blocked the rail track around 7 am between Matunga and Dadar station forcing trains to stop on Tuesday at Central Railways in Mumbai. Entire four lines (Fast and slow tracks) were affected between Matunga and CSMT. Students were shouting slogans against railways, held placard in their hands demanding one-time settlement from GM quota and said that they demand jobs from government. According to latest report, the protest has

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    Race 3 poster: Salman Khan introduces Jacqueline Fernandez as Jessica through this new poster

    Mumbai: Salman Khan surprised his fans with the poster of his upcoming film ‘Race 3’. On Tuesday morning, he shared a poster featuring Jacqueline Fernandez as Jessica, who was seen in an action mode holding a gun in her hand. Salman wrote while introducing Jacqueline’s character, “Jessica: Raw power. #Race3 #Race3ThisEid @Asli_Jacqueline @SKFilmsOfficial @TipsOfficial.” Jacqueline herself added, “…and power can be dangerous!! #Race3ThisEid @SKFilmsOfficial @tipsofficial.”

  • Decision on no-confidence notice against Speaker at appropriate time: Devendra Fadnavis

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said today that a decision on the opposition’s notice of no-confidence against state Assembly Speaker Haibhau Bagde would be taken at an appropriate time. The opposition Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) had given a notice of no-confidence against the speaker on March 5, alleging that he was biased in conducting proceedings of the House.

  • Two villagers killed by Naxals in Chhattisgarh

    Raipur: Two villagers were killed allegedly by Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Kondagaon district, police said today. The incident took place late last night in Aadnar village under Bayanar police station limits, Kondagaon Additional Superintendent of Police Maheshwar Nag told PTI.