Free Press Journal
  • john abraham, sikandar kher, bromance, RAW, Dostana 2, pout, Satyameva Jayate

    Are John Abraham and Sikandar Kher practicing ‘BROMANCE’ for Dostana 2? Check this post

    John Abraham is currently in celebration mood as his recently released film Satyameva Jayate performed exceedingly well at the box office. Amid this celebration, the actor is also busy shooting for his upcoming film, Romeo Walter Akbar (RAW), which was earlier offered to Sushant Singh Rajput. But now, it seems like the actor has also started practicing bromance with RAW co-star Sikandar

  • parmanu, parmanu the story of pokhran, ajay kapoor, john abraham, romeo akbar walter, raw, John Abraham new movie

    After ‘Parmanu’, Ajay Kapoor and John Abraham come together for Romeo Akbar Walter

    Ajay Kapoor who has ventured out as an independent producer has garnered immense success with his first production, Parmanu – The Story of Pokhran that released last month. The film starring John Abraham in the lead has gained critical and mass acclaim owing to its strong subject. While Ajay Kapoor and John Abraham shared a very great journey together on Parmanu, they

  • China dismisses Pak general’s allegation of RAW sabotaging CPEC

    Beijing: China today dismissed a top Pakistani Army General’s allegation that India has established a special intelligence cell at a cost of USD 500 million to sabotage the strategic China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), saying it does not have any such report.

  • “Salman Khan is the ROCKY and RAMBO of Bollywood”, says Ali Abbas Zafar

    The promo of Tiger Zinda Hai is getting an insane response. Writer Director Ali Abbas Zafar in a worldwide exclusive with Bollywood Hungama‘s Faridoon Shahryar opens up in detail about his film that has displayed an international class. Ali speaks about Salman Khan‘s star power, the hard working Katrina Kaif, the exotic locations that blazed with heat, the music of the film and how he convinced Girish Karnad sahab to act

  • Hyperbole enjoys a hallowed tradition

    If Pakistanis suspect India’s RAW in Baluchistan, Indians are convinced the troubles in Jammu and Kashmir are the handiwork of Pakistan’s ISI. The “Foreign Hand” the phrase Indira Gandhi made notorious — is everywhere.

  • Pakistan accuses Raymond Davis of being an Indian RAW agent

    Lahore: Rehman Malik, Pakistan’s former interior minister has accused India’s intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) for paying CIA contractor Raymond Davis to write the book, ‘The Contractor’, in order to malign Pakistan’s army and democratic institutions.

  • NDS and RAW provided funds to Taliban: former spokesman

    Islamabad: A former Taliban spokesman has claimed that the Taliban militants were in touch with the Afghan intelligence agency and India’s Research and Analyst Wing (RAW) which provided funds and set targets inside Pakistan for attacks, a charge dismissed by India.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Kulbhushan Jadhav death sentence: War of words continues between India, Pakistan

    Islamabad/Mumbai: Even as voices in India are getting louder in support of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the alleged Indian ‘spy’ who has been awarded death sentence by a military court in Pakistan, Islamabad has ruled out immediate execution of the Mumbai lad.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Maharashtra asks Centre to act, get Mumbai lad Kulbhushan Jadhav back

    Mumbai: Maharashtra on Tuesday joined the growing chorus against Pakistan over the death sentence given to Mumbai lad Kulbhushan Jadhav by a military court in that country. The former naval officer’s friends, family and even politicians cutting across party lines reacted with deep concern and anger, demanding that India somehow bring back Kulbhushan. Bollywood, too, rose in protest.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav death sentence: All we know so far

    Recently India-Pakistan ties are going through a pretty rough phase, with both countries coming up with allegations of spying. On Monday, Pakistani authorities delivered a judgment that will widen the gap of Indo-Pak peace proposals. An alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav was sentenced to death by Pakistani Authorities, for espionage and sabotage activities.

  • India again asks Pak for consular access to Jadhav, Ansari

    New Delhi : Renewing its demand, India asked Pakistan for consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, arrested on charges of espionage, and Nehal Ansari, who was caught for illegally entering the country from Afghanistan apparently to meet a girl he had befriended online, reports PTI.

  • India ‘sabotaging’ efforts to normalise relations: Pakistan

    Islamabad: Pakistan has accused India of “sabotaging” efforts to normalise relations and using “flimsiest of reasons” to avoid talks, as it called on New Delhi to show “seriousness” in resolving the Kashmir issue.

  • Spying allegations by Pakistan attempt to tarnish India’s image: Sushma

    New Delhi: Spying allegations levelled by Pakistan against Indian High Commission officials in Islamabad were a “crude attempt” by the neighbouring country to tarnish India’s image, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has informed the Lok Sabha.

  • Pakistan may ask two Indian diplomats to leave: report

    Islamabad: Pakistan may ask at least two officials of the Indian High Commission to leave the country for their alleged involvement in subversive activities, a local media report said today.

  • Saeed blames India for Pak’s political crisis

    Karachi : JuD chief Hafiz Saeed has alleged that the current political crisis in Pakistan was part of an “Indian conspiracy” to divert international attention from its ‘oppression’ in Kashmir.

  • ED questions V K Singh over loan default case

    New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate today questioned a close aide of Union Minister and former army chief V K Singh in connection with its money laundering probe in a case of alleged financial irregularities in supply of high-altitude tents worth Rs 22 crore to intelligence agency RAW.

  • Quetta-attack

    Quetta attack: Pak hints involvement of India’s RAW

    Islamabad: Pakistan has in a veiled statement indicated that India’s intelligence agency RAW might have collaborated with the local militant groups in carrying out Monday’s terrorist attack in Quetta, which killed over 70 people.