Free Press Journal
  • Tiger Cubs

    70 Siberian tiger cubs bred in China

    Harbin (China): China’s biggest Siberian tiger breeding center said on Saturday that more than 70 cubs were born this year with the breeding season coming to a close.

  • Sharper Brain

    Emotionally unstable have different brain structure

    London: The orbitofrontal cortex, an area in the lower frontal lobe, is smaller in the people who have problems with regulating emotions, a study says. People vary in how often they become happy, sad or angry, and also in how strongly these emotions are expressed.

  • Nepal still needs humanitarian assistance

    United Nations: Three months after a devastating earthquake hit Nepal, thousands of survivors continue to rely on urgent assistance, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has said.

  • Hillary Clinton

    US Government says classified data in Hillary Clinton’s private email account very irregular

    Washington D.C.: American government investigators have confirmed that classified information has been found in the private email account that 2016 Democratic presidential hopeful and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. According to the New York Times, these investigators have unequivocally stated that those secrets never should have been stored outside of secure government computer systems, thus countering Clinton’s claim that she kept no classified data on her private server at home.

  • Nitish Kumar

    We welcome Modi as a PM not as BJP Leader: Nitish Kumar

    Patna: Poll-bound Bihar on Saturday found Chief Minister Nitish Kumar saying that Narendra Modi was being welcomed to the state as the nation’s Prime Minister, and not as a BJP leader.

  • Mount Nalini

    Himalayan peak 5260 set to be named after mountaineer Nalini

    Pune: Veteran mountaineer Nalini Sengupta is set to become the first Puneite to have a Himalyan peak christened in her honour. Sexagenarian Sengupta, who has scaled several summits till now, was bestowed with his honour recently after trekkers of Giripremi, a noted mountaineering institute in the city, conquered peak 5260 in the Hamta pass region in Himalayas and decided to name it as “Mount Nalini”, to salute her persistent efforts to inculcate mountaineering

  • US President Barack Obama

    Barack Obama in Kenya on personal and official journey

    Nairobi (Kenya): United States President Barack Obama spent the first day of his first visit to Kenya, his father’s home country, combining a personal journey with a geo-political mission to reinforce a shared campaign against Islamist extremism, besides giving out tough messages about democracy and gay rights.

  • Narendra Modi

    Politics hampered Bihar’s development: Narendra Modi

    Patna: On his maiden visit to Bihar after assuming power, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said politics had hampered the development of the state and promised to give more than Rs 50,000 crore special package to the poll-bound state at the right time.

  • CBI

    Minor fire breaks out at CBI headquarters 

    New Delhi: A minor fire broke out at the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) headquarters here on Saturday, an official said. A call about the fire was received at around 10.55 a.m. Seven fire tenders were rushed to the spot, an official of the Delhi Fire Services said.

  • Prashant Bhushan

    Prashant Bhushan sends notice to Sisodia

    New Delhi: Former AAP leader and lawyer Prashant Bhushan on Saturday sent a legal notice to Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia over regularisation of contractual teachers in the national capital.

  • curfew relaxed

    Curfew relaxed in 4 trouble-hit areas, withdrawn in rest parts

    Jamshedpur: Curfew was lifted in the steel city today, barring the four riot-affected police station areas where it was relaxed from 5 am to 8 pm, after the situation become normal, officials said. With no untoward incident reported from anywhere, curfew in all the police station areas, except the four clash-hit police station limits, was withdrawn from 5 am today, a senior district official said.

  • asian cricket council

    Asian cricket body invites bids for T20 Championship

    Karachi: Asian Cricket Council, which now functions under the umbrella of the ICC, has invited bids from some of its member countries to host the Asian T20 Championship early next year. An official associated with the process told PTI that Singapore, Malaysia, UAE, Nepal, Qatar were among those countries who had been asked to submit bids to host the Asian Championship.

  • Shamili

    Shamili not part of ‘Sandakozhi 2’

    Chennai: Actress Shamili is not playing the female lead in actor Vishal Krishna Reddy-starrer Tamil actioner “Sandakozhi 2”. “Shamili is not the heroine of our film. We are still on the lookout for a suitable actress,” a source from the film’s unit told IANS. To be directed by Lingusamy, the film is the sequel to his own blockbuster “Sandakozhi”, which catapulted Vishal to stardom. The regular shooting will start from September. Incidentally, the makers

  • Narendra Modi

    PM Narendra Modi greets President Pranab Mukherjee on completion of three years in office

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted President Pranab Mukherjee on completion of three years in office and said the country has greatly benefited from his experience and wisdom. “My congratulations to Rashtrapati ji as he completes 3 years in office. India has greatly benefited from his rich experience & wisdom,” he tweeted.

  • Pakistan Cricket Board

    Pakistan team’s tour of Zimbabwe called off

    Karachi: Pakistan team’s tour of Zimbabwe next month and a planned tri-series ODI tournament there have been called off after mutual understanding between the two countries. A Pakistan Cricket Board official confirmed to PTI that the tour was officially off. “It is true we were having second thoughts about playing a tri-series with West Indies but the Zimbabwe Board was also facing problems securing sponsors for the tour. So basically the tour is off with mutual understanding,” the official said. He said the

  • arrested

    4 held in China for leaking military secrets to foreign spies

    Beijing: Four employees of a Chinese military industry enterprise were arrested recently for leaking information about its products to foreign spies. In a raid code-named ‘Mine Sweeping’, the national security agencies in southwestern province of Sichuan nabbed the suspects who have been accused of cooperating with overseas intelligence agencies, state-run People’s Daily reported today. They worked in the same enterprise but did not know one another, officials said.

  • IPL spot fixing: Hope justice will prevail, says Ajit Chandila

    New Delhi: With a Delhi Court set to pronounce its order on framing of charges in the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot fixing case, cricketer Ajit Chandila, an accused in the case, on Saturday said he hoped that the court’s order will be in his favour. “I get a feeling that my bad time will be over today. I trust in the judiciary…Last three years were difficult for me. Cricket is everything for

  • aam aadmi party-aap

    Will go to Bihar to expose ‘Gujarat model of governance’: AAP

    New Delhi: Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of turning Delhi into a ‘police state’, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday said it will go to Bihar to tell people the truth about the former’s ‘Gujarat model of governance’. “The Prime Minister has made Delhi a ‘police state’, whoever tries to oppose them is being beaten up,” AAP spokesperson Ashutosh told ANI.

  • Mahesh-Bhatt

    Mahesh Bhatt to sing for ‘Hamari Adhuri Kahani’ play

    New Delhi: A rendition of the “Hamari Adhuri Kahani” title song by Mahesh Bhatt was not used in the film, but a forthcoming stage production will feature a version, sung by the filmmaker himself. “We will record the title song ‘Hamari Adhuri Kahani’ in Mahesh Bhatt’s voice and use it in play. Initially, Bhatt saab was reluctant, but Pooja (Bhatt) and I convinced him to record it,” actor Imran Zahid, who plays the

  • Johnny Depp

    Johnny Depp’s ‘Black Mass’ to premiere at Venice Film Festival

    Los Angeles: Johnny Depp-starrer “Black Mass”, directed by Scott Cooper, will have its world premiere at the 72nd Venice Film Festival, out-of-competition, the fest has announced. The film is scheduled for Friday September 4 screening, in the Sala Grande venue in the Lido’s Palazzo del Cinema, reported Variety.