Free Press Journal
  • IPL: Ex-Rajasthan co-owner Raj Kundra moves Supreme Court to revoke life ban

    Kolkata: Acting on a Right To Information (RTI) reply from the Delhi police giving him a clean chit, Rajasthan Royals former co-owner Raj Kundra on Friday revealed that he has filed a petition in the Supreme Court to revoke his life ban handed to him after he was found guilty in the 2013 IPL betting scandal.

  • Bombay Talkies team Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee reunite for ‘Lust Stories’ on Netflix; See first pics

    Just a few months ago, Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap and Dibakar Banerjee were neck-deep in shooting. And this was for an anthology that was themed around lust. Bringing together the quadruple team of Bombay Talkies, yet another film will have four different stories to tell. Titled Lust Stories, this film will however release only on digital platform – Netflix.

  • In pictures: Suhana Khan enjoys Taj Mahal visit with her friends

    King of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan visited Taj Mahal in Agra with her girlfriends. The pictures from the visit are going viral on social media. Suhana and her friends seems to have a gala time, they are clicking pictures and posing. They had a lot of fun it looks like from the picture.

  • Gang of Bangladeshi ‘flying robbers’ busted in Maharashtra

    Thane: In a major swoop with deep ramifications, the Maharastra Police’s Crime Branch here has busted a five-member gang of international robbers – some of whom used to fly down from Dhaka – to carry out armed robberies, officials said here on Friday. The matter came to light after members of the gang were arrested for committing a robbery at gunpoint in a house in Kashimira where they looted cash and jewellery worth

  • Rahul Singh’s 75 avatars for a show

    Rahul Singh says he has played 75 roles in the show “Kya Haal Mr. Paanchal”, and all the characters are close to his heart. “Till now, I have played 75 roles in the show and I feel blessed because for an actor, it takes years to be able to experiment with so many characters. But for me, it has been possible with this show,” Rahul said.

  • Working with Big B, Aamir a learning experience: Prabhudheva

    Prabhudeva feels blessed to have taught dance moves to two of Indian film industry’s stalwarts, Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan, for “Thugs of Hindostan”, and says it was more of a “learning process” for him.

  • Four Keralites suspected to have joined IS reportedly killed

    Thiruvananthapuram: A family of three and another person from Kasaragod district of Kerala, suspected to have joined terror outfit Islamic State, have been reportedly killed, according to information reaching one of the relatives of the deceased.

  • Security high in Pakistan’s Swat but Malala visit uncertain

    Mingora: A Pakistani women’s activist says Malala Yousafzai, who is back in Pakistan for the first time since the Taliban shot her in 2012, is hoping to visit her Swat Valley hometown but that the trip depends on security clearances from the government.

  • Gujarat: Dalit youth killed in Bhavnagar for riding horse, accused arrested

    Bhavnagar: A Dalit man was killed in Gujarat’s Bhavnagar district by some higher-caste persons for keeping and riding a horse, police said. Even as area residents claimed that tension prevailed in Timbi village in Umrala tehsil, police said three suspects have been detained from a nearby village and sought the help of the Bhavnagar Crime Branch for further investigations.

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    Hanuman Jayanti to be low-key affair in Bengal: BJP, VHP

    Kolkata: The BJP and the VHP will not take out any big rally in West Bengal on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti tomorrow, following incidents of violence over Ram Navami celebrations in the state.

  • CBSE paper leak: HRD minister Prakash Javadekar asks students to build leak-proof mechanism for exams

    New Delhi: Facing flak over the CBSE paper leaks issue, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar today turned to students for finding a solution to this “challenge”. His comments came in the backdrop of CBSE announcing the re-test of Class 10 mathematics and class 12 economics papers. Scores of students have been agitating over being asked to appear for re-tests without any fault of theirs.