Free Press Journal
  • Suspected Al Qaeda operative remanded to police custody till Feb 1

    New Delhi: Suspected operative of Al Qaeda in Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) Syed Anzar Shah, arrested for allegedly radicalising youths for terror activities in India, was today remanded in police custody till February 1 by a Delhi court.

  • George Clooney criticises #OscarSoWhite wrangle

    Washington D.C : Weighing in on the whole Oscar diversity controversy, a two-time Oscar winner and six-time nominee George Clooney expressed his view on the issue and argued it to get regressed in Hollywood, particularly within the last decade.In a recent interview, this 54-year-old Oscar winner, said that 10 years back, the Academy was doing a better job highlighting the fact that Afro-Americans were nominated, reports E! Online.

  • Squidward from `SpongeBob SquarePants` arrested for DUI

    Washington D.C. : The actor, who voices Squidward Tentacles on ‘SpongeBob SquarePants,’ Rodger Bumpass, has been recently arrested for DUI. Sources revealed that police noticed a blue PT Cruiser stopped in the middle of a road just before 11 PM with a man leaning against the car, reports

  • Tennis stars, past and present, want names of match-fixers

    Melbourne: Around the world, players, commentators and fans echoed the call of Roger Federer, who wants to know names of those suspected of match-fixing in a growing scandal that one ex-pro described as a “major wake-up call for the world of tennis.”

  • Jordan Henderson urges Liverpool to ‘keep fighting’ for PL top-four

    Johannesburg: Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson has urged his side to keep fighting in order to make it to the top-four of the Premier League, despite suffering a 0-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester United in their previous clash.

  • Aaron Finch ton helps Australia to big total in 4th ODI 

    Canbera: Riding on a powerful batting performance, including a century from opener Aaron Finch, Australia posted a formidable 348/8 in the fourth One Day International (ODI) against India at the Manuka Oval here on Wednesday.

  • 4 teachers arrested in China for needle assault on children   

    Beijing: Four kindergarten teachers have been arrested China for needle pricking over 20 schoolchildren to discipline them, the local procuratorate said today. Parents in Siping City of northeast Jilin province went to the police in November after they discovered red pinholes on their children’s waists, legs and heads.

  • India welcomes lifting of international sanctions against Iran

    New Delhi: The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Wednesday said India has welcomed the announcement of lifting of nuclear-related sanctions against Iran, adding that the milestone represented a significant success for patient diplomacy, and signalled a new chapter of peace and prosperity.

  • Faces and their emotions matter to dogs

    Washington D.C.: A new study has revealed that like humans, dogs too have social gazing behavior and so, emotional expressions do have an effect on their behavior.

  • Madrassas should be barred from teaching in Urdu, Arabic: Sena

    Mumbai: Asking Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take a cue from UK government’s warning that migrants on spousal visas who fail to speak English may face deportation, Shiv Sena today said madrassas in India should be barred from using Urdu and Arabic as medium of instruction and they should be replaced with English and Hindi.

  • Khawaja Asif says Pak not to join anti Iran coalition

    Islamabad: Defence Minister Khawaja Asif has assured the National Assembly that Pakistan under no circumstances would join a military alliance against Iran.

  • Amit Shah

    Clean chit to Amit Shah in 2014 hate speech case

    Muzaffarnagar: BJP President Amit Shah has been given a clean chit by the UP Police in a case of hate speech in Muzaffarnagar district in April 2014 during Lok Sabha elections.

  • Now, type more to cut-down blood pressure

    Washington D.C.: If you are often nabbed by your parents for text messaging, then you must make them read this article as a new study has revealed that typing could help reduce blood pressure.