Free Press Journal
  • Geeta happy with our efforts: Sushma Swaraj

    New Delhi : Geeta, the deaf and mute girl, who accidentally crossed over to Pakistan as a child and had returned to India on October 26, is happy with the efforts made by the Indian Government to locate her parents.

  • Moroccan expelled for threatening to blow up Rome

    Rome: Italian authorities have deported a Moroccan terror suspect who allegedly intended to ‘blow up Rome’ to avenge Western countries’ action against the Islamic State (IS) group.

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    Minor arrested for raping mentally ill girl

    Panaji: A 16-year old boy has been arrested for allegedly raping a 21-year-old mentally deranged girl living in his neighbourhood here, police said today.

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    Ensure no safe haven for terrorists in Pakistan

    Islamabad: It is not enough to demand outside action against terror sanctuaries that are beyond Pakistan’s borders, said a leading daily which called for a sustained effort to ensure that “no stripe of militant or terrorist can find aid or safe haven within”.

  • Afghanistan, US, Pak, China to discuss Taliban peace process next week

    Karachi: Afghanistan will host the first round of preparatory meeting with Pakistan, the United States and China next week to gear up for possible reconciliation talks with the Taliban, an official at the Afghan president’s office said.

  • US man pleads guilty to defacing Islamic Centre

    Washington: A 23-year-old American has pleaded guilty to defacing an Islamic Centre in the US state of Missouri with anti-Pakistan spray-painted graffiti and burning copies of the Muslim holy book outside the building.

  • Miley Cyrus misses her old self

    Los Angeles: Miley Cyrus has travelled a long distance from being a sweet Hannah Montana to tongue-wagging sensation, but the former Disney star says she still misses the ‘old Miley’.

  • ‘Wazir’ is my darkest portrayal yet: Neil Nitin Mukesh

    Mumbai: In his eight year long career Neil Nitin Mukesh may have played various negative characters, but the actor says the role he has in upcoming film “Wazir” is his darkest portrayal yet.

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    This New Year, hold your hands on drinks

    New Delhi: With festive season on full swing, people often get many opportunities to grab a glass and gobble junk food. Most of the time, they don’t realise that they might end up having a bad stomach and hangover as beige drinking hits the head fast and also results in nausea, vomiting and retching.

  • Record-breaking flood levels anticipated in parts of US

    Washington: Several locations along the Mississippi river from St. Louis down to the delta are anticipating major flooding, possibly even breaking record flood levels, the US National Weather Service said.

  • HP may launch Windows 10-powered smartphone in early 2016

    New York: Famous for its wide range of printers and computers, California-based global company Hewlett-Packard (HP) is reported to unveil its first Windows 10-powered smartphone early next year.

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    Indo-Pak talks ‘challenging’: Sartaj Aziz

    Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that during the proposed meeting in January, foreign secretaries will draw up a map for the next six months for talks on 10 identified subjects.

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    26 killed, 52 hurt in Pakistan suicide blast

    Islamabad: At least 26 people were killed and 52 others injured in a suicide blast which hit a government building in Pakistan’s northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Tuesday, Xinhua reported.