Free Press Journal
  • IS beheads 12 in battle for Libyas Sirte: media

    Tripoli : Islamic State group jihadists have beheaded 12 people and hung them on crosses during a battle for the coastal city of Sirte, the national news agency LANA reported.

  • Gang war on the prowl in Nallasopara

    Cops from Tulinj police station in Nallasopara east, laid a trap and nabbed six youths with three country-made revolvers, six live bullets, half a dozen knives and five mobile phones making this one of the biggest caches of arms in recent years in Vasai Taluka
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  • Abused boy jumps before train over ‘police apathy’ in Pakistan

    Lahore : A 14-year-old boy, who was kidnapped and sexually abused by three men, committed suicide after police in Pakistan’s Punjab province refused to help and instead demanded Rs 50,000 to register a case, the victim’s father said.

  • Badal squirms with as Sidhu’s wife begins fast!

    Amritsar : Punjab’s Parkash Singh Badal government had to face an embarrassment on Saturday when Chief Parliamentary Secretary Navjot Kaur Sidhu started a fast-unto-death, saying her assembly constituency was being neglected in terms of development.

  • Rise in cases of urinary incontinence among women

    Mumbai  : City health experts claim that urinary incontinence which is often a problem among the elderly is catching the young generation now and especially women. In the wake of the rise of cases of urinary incontinence among women, city doctors informed that despite availability of progressive and effective treatments, people are still hesitant to talk about urinary issues such as urgency, frequency and associated leakage which is leading to rise in

  • Supreme Court order on Aadhar puts brakes on EC’s project

     New Delhi : The Supreme Court order on Aadhar card has put brakes on Election Commission’s project to link UIDAI (Aadhar) number with voters’ electoral data to check multiple entries in electoral rolls.

  • Denmark opens its first LGBT elderly home

    Copenhagen : Denmark has opened its first care home for elderly members of the LGBT – lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender – community, a media report said, according to IANS.