Free Press Journal
  • Indian nurse reunited with family

    Nurses vow not to go back to Iraq

    Kochi: After about a month-long ordeal in the strife torn Iraq, 46 Indian nurses returned home today with most of them vowing not to go back risking their lives.

  • Facebook

    Facebook faces action over ’emotion contagion’ study

    Washington: US privacy group Electronic Privacy Information Centre (EPIC) has filed a formal complaint with the Federate Trade Commission (FTC) over Facebook’s use of user data in its “emotion contagion” study.

  • Mohamed Badie

    Egypt court sentences Brotherhood leader, 36 Islamists to life

    Cairo: Muslim Brotherhood’s Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie and 36 other Islamists were today sentenced to life by an Egyptian court for involvement in deadly protests last year after military’s ouster of president Mohammed Morsi.

  • Militants deny fleeing Ukraine base

    London:  Pro-Russian militants in eastern Ukraine have denied reports of fleeing from Sloviansk, a media report said Saturday.

  • Malaysian authorities hunt for more LTTE members

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian authorities are on the hunt for more members of the outlawed LTTE after a crackdown on the Tamil militant group led to the arrest of seven persons in the last two months in the country.

  • Shane Watson

    Shane Watson wants to win World Cup with family

    Sydney: Australian all-rounder Shane Watson wants to combine the joy of his family with the success of winning a World Cup in Australia next year.

  • US urges Sri Lanka to take meaningful governance steps

    Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, Colombo : The United States has urged Sri Lanka to take thoughtful steps regarding democratic governance, justice, reconciliation and accountability.

  • China conducts anti-corruption probes against officials

    Beijing: Seven ministerial level officials were investigated for corruption charges by China’s top prosecuting department in the first five months of this year, according to the Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP).

  • After flop films, I could’ve disappeared: Shraddha Kapoor

    Mumbai:  Shraddha Kapoor, who began her Bollywood journey with films like “Teen Patti” and “Luv Ka The End”, made it big only with “Aashiqui 2”. The actress, who is loving all the attention she’s getting with her latest release “Ek Villain”, says she has no regrets about her past choices.

  • Nurses retun home, joy erupts among family members

    Kochi: Forty-six nurses, who were held captive by ISIS militants in Iraq, today returned home by a special Air India flight to a happy reunion with their families here, bringing to an end their about month-long ordeal.

  • Rape

    Woman gangraped in Badaun

    Badaun: A 25-year-old woman was allegedly gangraped and injured by three persons in Bisauli area here, police said today.

  • Pancholis file Rs 100-cr defamation suit against Jiah’s mother

    Mumbai:  Actor couple Aditya Pancholi and Zarina Wahab, whose son Suraj is facing charges of abetting the suicide of actress Jiah Khan, have filed a Rs 100 crore defamation suit in the Bombay High Court against Rabia Khan, the mother of the deceased.