Free Press Journal
  • ‘Congress Darshan’ goof-up: Nirupam apologises

    Mumbai: Mumbai Congress President Sanjay Nirupam on Monday apologised for the criticism of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and party president Sonia Gandhi in an in-house publication ‘Congress Darshan’ here.

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    First chip that uses light for communication developed

    New York: Engineers, one of them of Indian origin, have successfully developed a single-chip microprocessor – a landmark development that opens the door to ultrafast, low-power data crunching.

  • In a first, Taj Mahal tweets happy New Year to Eiffel Tower

    London: In a perfect New Year greeting, the Taj Mahal and Statue of Liberty warmly greeted the Eiffel Tower as the 126-year-old monument joined the micro-blogging site Twitter for the first time this week.

  • A glass of water contains ten million bacteria!

    London: A glass of clean drinking water contains ten million ‘good’ bacteria which may help purify the water and keep it safe, a new study has claimed.

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    Won’t pardon self-exiled opposition leader: Cambodian PM

    Phnom Penh: Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday said he will not request King Norodom Sihamoni to grant a pardon to self-exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy, saying that he will cut his right hand if he does that.

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    Did Nicki Minaj drop a marriage hint?

    Washington D.C.: And with Nicki Minaj’s tweet, rumours of her marriage with Meek Mill have started spreading again. The 33-year-old songstress took to her Twitter handle and surprised her 20 million followers by writing, “RT for beach wedding. Fave for church wedding,” reports E! Online.

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    Car bomber targets NATO convoy near Kabul airport

    Kabul: A Taliban bomber detonated an explosives-packed vehicle near Kabul airport today in an attack on a NATO convoy, killing one civilian a day after Pakistan’s army chief visited the Afghan capital in an effort to revive peace talks.

  • Is Christopher Nolan making movie on World War II?

    London: Not only Christopher Nolan’s next project is eagerly awaited, it has been kept under wraps so far. However, it seems that few clues about his upcoming project have been dished out.

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    ‘Brand’, not love brought Beyonce-Jay Z together

    London: If a book is to be believed, then Beyonce didn’t fancy Jay Z at first, but after “smelling the brand,” they fell head over heels in love with each other.

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    Caitlyn Jenner planning to adopt a child?

    Los Angeles: Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly planned to adopt a child next year. According to Radar Online, the 60 year-old reality TV star had told her friends about her plan and she had “no problem embarking on parenthood again without a partner.”

  • Kashmir shivers as mercury remains below zero

    Srinagar : Kashmir Valley continued to shiver on Monday with the minimum temperature recorded below freezing point. Leh town was coldest at minus 12 degree Celsius.

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    SpiceJet announces special fares

    New Delhi : No-frills airline SpiceJet today announced a four-day sale, offering one-way base fares as low as Rs 716 for the journey period between January 15 and April 12 next year for domestic fliers.

  • Nepal pays tribute to Ghazal king Ghalib

    Kathmandu: A special programme was organised here to pay tribute to noted Indian poet Ghalib on his 218th birth anniversary for his outstanding contributions in the field of Urdu poetry.

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    Nitish holds meeting to review law and order in Bihar

    Patna : Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar chaired a meeting with senior state officials here on Monday to take stock of the law and order situation in the state.

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    Kabul blast: One dead, Taliban claims responsibility

    Kabul: At least one person has been killed and four others injured in a suspected suicide bombing near Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the blast saying that their target had been a foreign troops convoy.