Free Press Journal
  • Australia announces $19m aid for Pakistan

    Islamabad: Australia has announced a $19 million aid package for Pakistan that includes help for areas hit by conflict and natural disasters.

  • Ranbir Kapoor

    Took my audience for granted in ‘Besharam’: Ranbir Kapoor

    Panaji: Actors rarely talk about their unsuccessful projects in public but Ranbir Kapoor is honest about his last release “Besharam” and how its failure gave him a reality check. Directed by Abhinav Kashyap, the film saw Ranbir teaming up with his parents onscreen for the first time but the trio failed to save the film’s fate at the box-office.

  • Kylie Jenner

    Kylie Jenner admits having lip fillers

    Los Angeles: After ceaseless rumours that she has taken lip injections, reality TV star Kylie Jenner has confirmed that she indeed has “temporary lip fillers”.

  • Lionel Messi

    Magical Lionel Messi catapults Barcelona towards final

    Barcelona: Lionel Messi proved his former coach Pep Guardiola right with two goals which saw FC Barcelona take a massive stride towards the Champions League final in Berlin with a 3-0 win at home against German football club Bayern Munich here.

  • Mumbai Indians

    Mumbai Indians look to enter top-4

    Chennai: High on confidence after their fourth consecutive victory, Mumbai Indians will look to extend their winning run and sneak into the top-four when they lock horns with table-toppers Chennai Super Kings in an Indian Premier League match here tomorrow.

  • Coal Mine

    45 miners trapped in Durgapur coal mine

    Durgapur : Over 45 miners are said to be trapped in a coal mine in West Bengal’s Durgapur city. According to reports, food and water is being sent down to the trapped miners. Further details are awaited.

  • Navshakti Sanman Sandhya’

    12 stars shine brighter at ‘Navshakti Sanman Sandhya’

    Twelve luminaries from various walks of life from across the Maharashtra were felicitated at the hands of the Chief Minister Fadnavis at the ‘Navshakti Sanman Sandhya’. Governor of Uttar Pradesh Ram Naik too was conferred life time achievement award at the function. President of Marathi Sahitya Sammelan Prof. Sadanand More too graced the ocassion.

  • John Kerry

    John Kerry to talk Yemen bombing ‘pause’ with Saudis

    Riyadh: Top US diplomat John Kerry has flown in to Riyadh for talks on a “humanitarian pause” in Yemen, where dozens of people were reported killed trying to flee worsening conditions after weeks of war.

  • Hunger strike

    Five persons on hunger strike admitted to hospital

    Aizawl: Five persons, who were on a hunger strike for ten days protesting the termination of services of laboratory attendants and clerks here, have been admitted to the Aizawl Civil Hospital. Doctors of the hospital said that 24 people have been brought to the hospital so far out of which five persons were admitted as they were extremely weak due to prolonged fasting. Around 50 former laboratory attendants and clerks under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Siksha Abhiyan (RMSA)

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul Gandhi targets BJP over ‘politics of revenge’ in Lok Sabha

    New Delhi : Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday fired yet another salvo at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the NDA Government that he leads over its plans to scrap the food park in Amethi, accusing the latter of practising a ‘politics of revenge’.

  • Shot, murder

    Liquor trader’s daughter shot dead

    Indore: An 11-year-old daughter of a liquor trader was shot dead allegedly by unidentified persons outside her father’s office here, police said today.

  • Kumar Vishwas

    DCW writes to Rajnath Singh, Bassi on Kumar Vishwas

    New Delhi: The Delhi Commission for Women has written to the Home Ministry, the Delhi LG and city police commissioner on AAP leader Kumar Vishwas’ failure to appear before it in a case in which a party volunteer accused him of not rebutting rumours of an illicit liaison with her.

  • Salman Khan

    Salman Khan’s family ‘leaves rest to god’

    Mumbai: The family of Salman Khan, who is on a two-day interim bail after being sentenced to five years in jail in the 2002 hit-and-run case, has thanked fans for supporting the superstar during his difficult time, and they have left all other proceedings to “god”.

  • Suicide

    Kerala athlete dies after eating poisonous fruit

    Alappuzha (Kerala): A young girl athlete died and three others were left in a serious condition after they consumed a poisonous fruit here, a Kerala Police official said on Thursday.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Doordarshan, AIR to work for largest width of coverage: Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi: Emphasising on objectivity in news, Union Minister Arun Jaitley today said while there is a deluge of channels with “anchor-driven” content, there is still a huge space to cater to audience which is starving for “facts” and coverage of events outside the national capital.

  • Suicide

    Four SAI athletes attempt suicide, one dies

    Alapuzha(Ker): A 15-year-old sportsperson died early today and three others, all undergoing training at Water Sports Centre of Sports Authority of India here have been hospitalised, after they ate a poisonous fruit in an apparent suicide pact following alleged harassment by seniors. The girls are suspected to have consumed the fruit, locally called ‘Othalanga’, at around 3 PM yesterday inside the SAI women’s hostel. They were rushed to a hospital around 7 PM

  • Molestation case

    Moga case: High Court wants action taken report, info on bus operators

    Chandigarh: Punjab and Haryana High Court today directed the Punjab government to submit a report on the action taken against the bus staff in Moga molestation case and sought information about bus operators in the state including details of ownership.