Free Press Journal
  • Suicide bombers target military market in Nigeria

    Kano (Nigeria): Fifteen people were injured when two female suicide bombers targetted the edge of a military barracks in northeast Nigeria, police said today. Soldiers shot dead one woman as she tried to get into the informal market at the base of 333 Artillery Nigerian Army in Maiduguri last evening.

  • Namaste England actor Arjun Kapoor says, Parineeti Chopra brings best out of him while shooting

    Mumbai, Actor Arjun Kapoor says his “Namaste England” co-star Parineeti Chopra brings out his best while shooting for a film. Arjun, Parineeti and director Vipul Amrutlal Shah interacted with the media here at the wrap-up party of “Namaste England” on Wednesday. Both actors earlier featured in “Ishaqzaade”, and “Namaste England” marks the second time that they have been paired. They will also be seen in “Sandeep

  • BWF rankings: Kidambi Srikanth drops to seventh, HS Prannoy placed 13th

    New Delhi: Indian shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and H S Prannoy today slipped three and five places to be placed at the seventh and 13th spots respectively in the latest BWF world ranking. Srikanth, who had clinched the silver at the Commonwealth Games, has not played in any tournament since participating at the Asia championship in April, while Prannoy had decided to not defend his US Open title and it seemed to have affected

  • Watch:’Chaai Peelo Fraands’ woman dancing on DDLJ’s song, it will leave you wanting for more [VIDEO]

    The internet is going gaga over ‘Chaai Peelo Fraands’ woman aka Somvati Mahavar. Hello Fraandz! Chai Pi Lo..! is a familiar phrase these days all over internet. And now, this time she has uploaded a video of herself but not offering chai instead she can be seen shaking her legs on Shah Rukh Khan-Kajol’s popular song ‘Zara Sa Jhoom Loon Main’ from DDLJ. In the latest video,

  • Actors should be real, like Salman Khan & Sanjay Dutt: Ranbir Kapoor

    Mumbai: Living in the make-belief world of movies can be tricky but actor Ranbir Kapoor says the way to navigate is by being absolutely real in front of the audience, like Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt. Khan and Dutt, both close friends, have been in the industry for more than 25 years. The actors, however, have also courted controversies.

  • Ranbir Kapoor reveals an interesting plot detail from his upcoming film Brahmastra

    Ranbir Kapoor is all set and raring to go as his most awaited film Sanju is all set to release on June 29. He is playing the controversial character of Sanjay Dutt on screen and there is a lot of talk about the film because of the same. The masses are already impressed with the fact that Ranbir has got into the skin of the character so well and

  • Sanju Movie: Ranbir Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt meet at Rishi Kapoor’s house before the release of the film

    Ranbir Kapoor is currently busy promoting Rajkumar Hirani’s directorial Sanju, which is a biopic of actor Sanjay Dutt. On Wednesday, amidst the promotions he paid a visit to Dutt’s residence, after which they went to Rishi Kapoor’s place. According to the reports, Sanjay hasn’t watched the film, only seen its rushes and was impressed with Ranbir’s look in the film.

  • Pakistan Navy rescues 13 stranded Iranian fishermen and sailors

    Karachi: Pakistan Navy has rescued 13 stranded Iranian fishermen and sailors after their dhow developed engine problem in the North Arabian Sea. The rescue operations were carried out yesterday after distress calls were received by the Pakistan Navy personnel from the dhow named “Al-Naeemi”, a spokesman for the Pakistan Navy said.

  • Indian players yet to get retainership fees, BCCI secretary awaits General Body nod

    New Delhi: India’s top cricketers are yet to receive their revised salaries despite having signed their central contracts back on March 5, an issue that is likely to dominate the Special General Meeting of the BCCI, scheduled here tomorrow in defiance of the Committee of Administrators (COA).

  • Urban women don’t breastfeed for fear of losing figure: Anandiben Patel

    Indore, Madhya Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel has said that women in urban areas do not breastfeed their children as they fear it will spoil their figure.”Even today, women in cities believe that it (breastfeeding) will spoil their figure, which is why they do not breastfeed their children. They start bottle feeding their children,” Patel said yesterday during a programme at an anganwadi centre in Kashipuri here.”If the children are

  • Sensex drops 115 pts on profit-booking; RIL scales new high

    Mumbai, Benchmark Sensex gave up early gains to end 115 points lower at 35,432.39 today on losses in healthcare, capital goods, metal and auto stocks. Unabated capital outflows by foreign funds and weakening rupee too weighed on sentiment, brokers said. Bucking the trend, Reliance Industries continued its upward trajectory, spurting 1.09 per cent to a fresh closing high of Rs 1,031.10. Most Asian and European markets traded lower on uncertainty surrounding trade

  • BJP’s state President of Jammu and Kashmir Ravinder Raina claims getting threats from Pakistan

    Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir state unit’s BJP president Ravinder Raina today claimed to be getting death threats from Pakistan for the last two days and said he would not be cowed down by such calls and continue to expose the nefarious designs of Pakistan.”I have already informed the state Governor N N Vohra and the security agencies (about the threats). The calls were made from different Pakistani cities including Karachi, Rawalpandi and Muzaffarbad over

  • India hits back at US, slaps higher import duties on pulses, steel and iron products

    New Delhi: India has increased customs duty on 29 products, including pulses and iron and steel products, imported from the US as a retaliatory action against the tariff hike by Washington. The duty hike would come into effect immediately for 28 products, while for Artemia, a kind of shrimp, the rate hike would be effective from August 4, the finance ministry said

  • Belgian Zoo evacuated after lioness escapes its cage

    Brussels: A zoo in Belgian was evacuated today after a lioness escaped from its cage. Planckendael zoo spokeswoman Ilse Segers said the lioness has not got out of the zoo area and that no visitors are in danger.