Free Press Journal
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    NC and PDP in blame game over Guv rule in J-K; evolving sitn: BJP

    Srinagar: The National Conference and rival Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) were today locked in a blame game over Jammu and Kashmir being brought under Governor’s rule following the prolonged stalemate over formation of a government in the state.

  • DMK chief M Karunanidhi

    Karuna re-elected DMK chief, Kanimozhi elevated

    Chennai: Ninety-year-old DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi was today unanimously re-elected as president for the 11th time at the party’s general council, asserting his unquestioned supremacy in the party.

  • Al Qaeda planning Paris-style attack in UK, warns spy chief

    London: The al Qaeda network is plotting a terrorist strike in Britain to inflict mass casualties similar to the newsroom massacre at a satirical French weekly that killed 12 people, Britain’s spy chief has warned.

  • Jackie Chan’s son sentenced to six months in jail in China

    Beijing: Hollywood Kung fu superstar Jackie Chan’s son was today sentenced to six months in jail by a Chinese court here for drug offenses, a far lighter sentence than that was projected ahead of his trial.

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    Big B teases fans with ‘Shamitabh’ storyline

    Mumbai:The posters and trailer of Amitabh Bachchan starrer upcoming film ‘Shamitabh’ have aroused the curiosity of fans and the megastar has now revealed new details about the plot.

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    Pings detected in hunt for AirAsia black box: official

    Jakarta/Singapore:  Rescuers hunting for the crashed AirAsia plane in the Java Sea today detected “pings” believed to have come from its crucial black box and were gearing up to lift the jet’s tail from the seabed, as the latest breakthrough raised hopes of solving the mystery of the crash.

  • Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi

    Pak editorial calls for speedy prosecution of Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi

    Islamabad: Pakistan Supreme Court’s decision to cancel 26/11 Mumbai attacks suspect Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi’s bail order could have widespread ramifications in the long haul, an editorial in a leading Pakistani newspaper said.

  • 13 police officers arrested in missing Mexican scribe’s case

    Mexico City: Thirteen police officers in the Mexican state of Veracruz have been arrested for their suspected involvement in the disappearance of journalist Jose Moises Sanchez, the state’s prosecutor Luis Angel Bravo has announced.

  • Consistent parental warnings help kids shun drinking

    New York: Parents can help their children shun drinking if they continue with communicating the risks of alcohol use even when their kids pass through adolescence, says a study.

  • Uber rape case: Court order on charges Jan 13

    New Delhi: A court here Friday reserved order on framing of charges against Uber cab driver who is accused of raping a woman executive in the capital Dec 5.

  • ‘India-Asean trade unlikely to reach $100 bn mark by 2015’

    Kolkata: With the FTA in Services and Investments with Asean yet to be operational, the trade between India and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations region is unlikely to reach $100 billion by 2015, an expert said here Friday.

  • Stop illegal buffalo fights, Gogoi urged

    Guwahati: A rights group Friday urged Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to stop illegal buffalo and bulbul (songbirds) fights ahead of the Bihu festival in the state.

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    Australia should deploy specialist fielder at short-leg: Moody

    Sydney: Former Australian all-rounder Tom Moody has emphasised the need for Australia to deploy a specialist fielder at the short-leg fielding position where, in the ongoing Test series against India, several catches have been dropped by the home team.

  • Modi congratulates Sirisena for election as Lanka President

    New Delhi: Reaching out to President-elect of Sri Lanka Maithripala Sirisena, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated him on his electoral victory and said he looked forward to working with him to take the bilateral ties to a new level.

  • Researchers develop ‘pop-up’ 3D fabrication technique

    Washington:An international team of researchers has developed a simple new fabrication technique mimicking the action of a children’s pop-up book to transform two-dimensional micro- and nano-structures into more complex 3D shapes.

  • Shop in Malaysia sells IS merchandise

    Kuala Lumpur: A shop in Malaysia’s Bandar Baru Bangi town, near capital Kuala Lumpur, has been found selling militant merchandise, media reported Friday.

  • How practice makes us ‘perfect’

    London: A single skill can be learned faster if its follow-through motion is consistent, but multiple skills can be learned simultaneously if the follow-through motion is varied, new research has found.

  • Order to act against Indian insurgents in B’desh: delegate

    Agartala: Instructions have been given to launch operation against Indian insurgents using the soil of Bangladesh for carrying out “subversive” activities in India, a delegate for the ongoing two-day Indo-Bangla Joint Border Conference said today.