Free Press Journal
  • 76 still missing in China landslide

    Beijing: At least 76 people remained missing two days after a massive landslide hit an industrial park in China’s Shenzhen city, authorities said on Tuesday.

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    I’m endorsing being your fittest self: Parineeti Chopra

    Mumbai: Parineeti Chopra has been in the news for having lost oodles of weight, but the actress says she is not in any way endorsing the idea of being thin. Instead, she feels that her trim figure is about endorsing fitness.

  • Ban affected Dilwale’s collection: Rohit

    New Delhi: Director Rohit Shetty feels the initial ban on his latest film “Dilwale”, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in the lead, has affected the opening collection of the action-comedy. The 41-year-old director said he was always prepared for the face off with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Bajirao Mastani”.

  • Iraq forces advance into centre of IS-held Ramadi

    Baghdad: Iraqi security forces advanced today into the centre of Ramadi city, which has been under the control of Islamic State group jihadists since May, a security official said.

  • Determined Joe Root keen to trounce Proteas in Test series

    London : England vice-captain Joe Root, who smashed a century during his side’s final tour game against South Africa A, believes that his side are capable to beat the world’s number one Test team away from home.

  • Kartik Aaryan ecstatic with first award

    Mumbai: Actor Kartik Aaryan, known for his comical monologue in the “Pyaar Ka Punchnama” series, is ecstatic upon receiving his first award. He won the Best Actor in a Comic Role – Male honour at the Sansui COLORS Stardust Awards.

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    We expect parl to pass Juvenile Justice Bill: Nirmala Sitharaman

    New Delhiil: Union Minister of State, Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said the entire country is expecting from the Parliament to pass the Juvenile Justice Bill which would allow children between 16-18 years to be tried as adults in heinous crime cases.

  • TMC leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay receiving threat SMSes: Mamata

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today alleged that TMC leader in the Lok Sabha Sudip Bandyopadhyay has been receiving threat messages since last evening. Banerjee claimed that the messages were sent due to TMC’s protest over various issues, including ‘intolerance’, both inside and outside Parliament. “Sudip Bandyopadhyay today called me up and said he has been receiving SMSes on one of his mobile numbers threatening that if he speaks so much,

  • Win strengthens our belief : Arsene Wenger

    London: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was delighted with the character of his side as they held off a second-half fightback to claim a 2-1 victory over English Premier League title rivals Manchester City.

  • Unnecessary to amend Juvenile Justice Bill: Ram Jethmalani

    New Delhi: Former law minister Ram Jethmalani on Tuesday said that there is no need to amend the Juvenile Justice Bill, adding that it was totally ‘unnecessary’ to change it just because of one incident. “I don’t know if it will be passed, but according to me it shouldn’t be passed,” Jaithmalani told reporters.

  • PM Modi to raise Netaji issue during Russia visit: MEA

    New Delhi, Dec.22 (ANI): The Ministry of External Affairs(MEA) on Tuesday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will initiate a dialogue with Russian President Vladimir Putin to access KGB files on Subhas Chandra Bose during his two-day visit to Russia.

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    John Kerry asked to give humanitarian parole to B’deshi bloggers

    Washington: A coalition of free expression and human rights advocacy groups has appealed to US Secretary of State John Kerry to provide temporary visa to Bangladeshi secular writers, bloggers facing threats following brutal killings by extremists.

  • Juvenile Justice Bill: Gangrape victim’s parents meet Rahul

    New Delhi: Parents of the December 16 gangrape victim today met Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi seeking his party’s support for the passage of the Juvenile Justice Bill in Rajya Sabha. After the meeting, the victim’s mother Asha Devi said she had been assured by Gandhi that his party would support the bill in Rajya Sabha today. Earlier, the parents met Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi at his residence.

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    China unveils economic blueprint for 2016

    Beijing : China’s top leadership has announced an overarching strategy to lead the economy’s ongoing transition, the media reported on Tuesday.