Free Press Journal
  • Kiku ‘Palak’ Sharda finally released

    Fatehabad: Actor Kiku Sharda, better known as ‘Palak’ of ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’, has been released after being questioned by the Fatehabad Police for mimicking Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

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    Angelo Mathews pledges ‘no mercy’ for misconduct

    Johannesburg: Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews has promised `no mercy` for any teammate found guilty of misconduct after the country’s Sports Minister raised allegations of drunken behaviour during New Zealand tour.

  • AB de Villiers vows to lead by example

    Johannesburg: South Africa’s AB de Villiers, who will captain his side in the last two Tests against England, has insisted that his primary focus will be on winning and to lead the side by example.

  • Fire at rail carriage workshop, none hurt

    Mumbai: Fire broke out at a 100-year-old Carriage and Wagon Workshop of Central Railway in suburban Matunga this morning, a railway official said. No injury or casualty has been reported in the incident, he said.

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    Antibodies of Ebola virus have been found out

    Washington D.C.: A recent research has engineered the first antibodies that can potently neutralise the two deadliest strains of the virus that causes Ebola hemorrhagic fever.

  • ‘Friends’ reunion happening after 12yrs

    Johannesburg: It’s a good news for all the ‘Friends’ fans as the cast of the popular TV show will reunite in a two-hour NBC special to honour the show’s frequent director, James Burrows.

  • Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth spotted kissing at Golden Globes party

    New York: Pop star Miley Cyrus was spotted “kissing and holding hands” with ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth at a Golden Globes after party. The former couple split in September, 2013 after a 15-month engagement, but rumours suggested that the pair was rekindling the romance began to circulate over the New Year when Cyrus was spotted spending time with Liam, 25, in his native Australia, reported the New York Daily News.

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    Donald Trump slams Nikki Haley for being ‘very weak’ on immigration

    Washington: Donald Trump has hit back at Indian-American South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley for being “very weak” on immigration, a day after she took a jab at the Republican presidential front-runner over the issue. Trump also taking a swipe at her for asking campaign contributions from him.

  • India’s Aadhaar increased access, reduced corruption: World Bank

    Washington: Citing how India increased access and reduced corruption in public services by providing unique digital identification to one billion people in five years, the World Bank says digital technologies can promote inclusion, efficiency, and innovation.

  • Silver futures up Rs 57 aided by global cues

    New Delhi: Taking positive cues from the global market, silver prices rose by Rs 57 to Rs 34,651 per kg in futures trade today as traders created speculative positions.

  • Five killed, 39 wounded in PKK bomb attack in southeast Turkey

    Istanbul: Five people were killed and 39 wounded today in a car bomb attack by Kurdish militants on a police station and adjacent housing for officers in southeastern Turkey, the provincial governorate said.

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    Malda incident will backfire on Mamata Govt.: BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday alleged that the communal card would no longer help the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) in the upcoming polls, adding that Malda incident will backfire on the Mamata Banerjee government.

  • SC refuses to hold early hearing of odd-even petition

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday declined to hold an urgent hearing of a plea challenging the Delhi High Court’s order allowing, on trial basis, the odd-even policy for private cars for 15 days here.