Free Press Journal
  • Donald Trump

    Donald Trump: Paris attack would have been different with more guns

    Beaumont: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says the terror attacks in Paris would have been “a much, much different situation” had the victims been armed with guns. And he says the United States is “insane” to accept any refugees from Syria in the wake of the attacks. Trump spoke yesterday at a rally in Beaumont, Texas. He began the event with a moment of silence in honor of the victims of the attacks. French officials say

  • Jihadi John

    US airstrike kills top ISIS leader in Libya

    Washington: The head of the Islamic State in Libya has been killed in a US airstrike, the Pentagon has announced, days after an American drone hit claimed the life of the terror group’s dreaded executioner Jihadi John.

  • Details emerge on some of the victims of Paris attacks

    Paris : A young French lawyer specialising in white collar crime. An engineer from Spain. An American college student studying design on a semester abroad. They were among the first victims to be identified after the gun-and-suicide bombing attacks that killed at least 129 people in Paris. Among the confirmed dead:

  • A stunned Europe steps up security following Paris carnage

    Rome: Soldiers and paramilitary troops toting semi-automatic rifles patrolled outside the Colosseum and inside St. Peter’s Square, as Italy joined the rest of Europe in beefing up security a day after terrorist attacks killed 127 people in Paris.

  • landslide in China

    Toll rises in China landslide to 16

    Beijing: The toll from an east China landslide has risen to 16, with 21 people still missing, authorities said on Sunday. Only one person has been rescued so far after the landslide hit a village in Zhejiang Province on Friday night, reported Xinhua news agency. Torrents of mud and rocks buried 27 homes in the village and flooded over 20 houses.

  • Jharkhand minister takes on fight against water pollution

    Ranchi: Taking time off from his routine responsibilities, Jharkhand Food Minister Saryu Roy has been working to save water bodies from pollution, which he claims is “main reason for diseases” in the mineral-rich state.

  • Manohar Parrikar, Indian Defence Minister

    Agents to be allowed but no scope for mischief: Manohar Parrikar

    New Delhi : To ensure transparency, government will soon allow foreign defence firms to appoint agents but the companies will have to upfront mention the “reasonable” renumeration to be paid and won’t be allowed to dole out any bonus or success fees, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said.

  • Delhi-High-Court

    Allow women to join territorial army: PIL in HC

    New Delhi: A PIL has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking recruitment of gainfully employed women in the Territorial Army, an organisation of volunteers who receive military training in order to be mobilised for the country’s defence in case of an emergency.

  • ‘One in 5 Delhi schools doesn’t have fire safety clearances’

    New Delhi: One out of every five schools in the national capital does not have the periodic fire safety clearance certificate, according to a review conducted by the Delhi Fire Services which received the highest number of fire- related calls in the past 10 years this Diwali.

  • My life a juggling act: Victoria Beckham

    London: Pop star-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham, who describes her life as a “juggling act”, says she has to organise her diary more than a year in advance.

  • Delightful detox post-Diwali

    The festival of Diwali means it is the season of joy, splendor, happiness and endless celebration and delightful delicacies. It’s the time of the year when friends and families get together and celebrate the festival of lights. In the midst of rejoicing Diwali, we often tend to binge on sweets and fried foods that are high on calories, making it common for people to feel guilty once the festive high