Free Press Journal
  • Everyone living in Britain should speak English: London mayor

    London: The Mayor of London has said that everyone living in the UK should be able to speak English and councils should drop the “multi-culty” practice of translating information into other languages, a proposal that could hit non-English speaking immigrants residing in the country.

  • Imran Khan drops hints to marry again

    Islamabad/London: Pakistan’s flamboyant cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan today hinted that he could remarry, days after he termed his marriage reports with BBC weather girl Reham Khan as “greatly exaggerated”.

  • SpaceX aborts launch of Falcon 9 on landmark rocket test

    Miami: SpaceX today aborted its Falcon 9 rocket launch at the last minute, postponing a landmark bid to open a new era of recycling rockets by landing a key port on a platform in the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Morgan Stanley employee posts clients’ information online

    New York: An employee of Morgan Stanley stole information of 900 clients, including their names and account numbers, and posted them on the internet for a short while, according to the global financial services company.

  • Toyota offers automobile hydrogen-cell patents free of cost

    Las Vegas: Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota has announced that it will offer its patents covering hydrogen fuel cell technology free of cost, including those developed for its new model Toyota Mirai, in order to encourage the manufacture of vehicles having such technology.

  • Nepal’s constitution drafting body warns of crisis

    Kathmandu: Nepal’s Constituent Assembly (CA) chairman Subash Chandra Nembang has warned that the country will plunge into a grave crisis if the political parties fail to resolve contentious issues concerning constitution-drafting within the next few days.

  • TV makes leap towards theatre experience

    Las Vegas,: The new generation of televisions in 2015 will draw viewers closer to a theatre-like experience with the help of quantum dot technology, as announced by manufacturers on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) opening Tuesday in this US city.

  • Bangla minister says Zia faces murder charge, her deputy held

    Dhaka: Bangladesh authorities today threatened to slap murder charges on the country’s besieged opposition leader Khaleda Zia and arrested her deputy for inciting a series of deadly street violence by party supporters.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    AAP alleges anomalies in Delhi voters list

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party today approached the Election Commission seeking removal of anamolies in the voters list of Delhi and said free and fair polls will not be possible if such discrepancies exist.

  • Elizabeth Hurley

    Elizabeth Hurley’s ‘pathetic start’ to the month

    Los Angeles: Actress-model Elizabeth Hurley said she’s made a “pathetic start” to being more self-disciplined this month. The actress spoke out on her Twitter account, revealing that she’ll have to “try harder” after failing miserably in a bid to deny herself of treats.

  • Sixth arrest made in Japanese gang rape case

    Kolkata: A sixth person, working as a cleaner with the Indian Museum here, was arrested today in the Japanese tourist gang rape case, a senior Kolkata Police official said.

  • Sonali Raut

    Sonali Raut loved ‘dramatic’ exit from Bigg Boss 8

    Mumbai: Model-actor Sonali Raut says she avoided melodrama during her stint in “Bigg Boss 8” but loved her “dramatic” exit when stars of forthcoming movie “Roy” came in to get her out.

  • India should take advantage of positive N-environment: Sood

    New Delhi: India should not take the “changed international atmosphere” in the nuclear field for granted and should take advantage of the positive environment for its gains like getting the membership of NSG, former PM’s special envoy for disarmament and non-proliferation Rakesh Sood said today.

  • Pak targets villages, border posts with heavy mortar firing

    Jammu: Pakistan fired mortar shells and gunshots at over 60 villages and scores of forward posts in Kathua and Samba districts in Jammu and Kashmir in continuing ceasefire violations over which it has refused to take protest notes from the Indian side.

  • Khamoshiyan gets A rating, Mahesh Bhatt happy

    New Delhi: Supernatural erotica ‘Khamoshiyan’ has been given an ‘A’ certificate by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and Mahesh Bhatt, the film’s producer, is pleased. The movie, which has abundant steamy and bold scenes, has been produced by Mahesh and Mukesh Bhatt under their Vishesh Films banner.