Free Press Journal
  • Odisha Police looking for four terror suspects

    Bhubaneswar: Odisha Police on Tuesday launched a search operation after four suspected terrorists, claimed to be Iraqi nationals, who fled from a hotel here just before a police team swooped down on it. Police suspect the four had plans to disrupt the Republic Day celebrations in the state capital.

  • Omung Kumar most meticulous director: Richa Chadha

    Mumbai: Actress Richa Chadha, who sports a ‘desi’ look in the upcoming film “Sarbjit”, says Omung Kumar is the “most meticulous” director she has worked with.

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    Galaxy cluster not just governed solely by mass: Scientists

    London: An international team of researchers has found for the first time that the connection between a galaxy cluster and surrounding dark matter is not characterised solely by the mass of clusters but also by their formation history.

  • Amit Shah hoists tricolour at party office, Advani at home

    New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday unfurled the tricolour at the party headquarters here while party veteran L.K. Advani hoisted the national flag at his official residence on the occasion of the 67th Republic Day.

  • 10 Taliban militants killed in Afghanistan

    Kabul: Ten militants were killed as Afghan security forces launched operations against a Taliban bastion in Baghlan province on Tuesday, an official said.

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    Manohar Parrikar accepts ‘Z’ security: Police

    Panaji: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has accepted ‘Z’ category police security in view of specific security concerns, Goa Director General of Police T.N. Mohan said on Tuesday.

  • Kapil Dev, others wish U-19 World Cup players good luck

    Mumbai: India’s World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev and national coaches have come forward to wish good luck to the youngsters who will take part in the forthcoming Under-19 cricket World Cup which starts in Chittagong on Wednesday.

  • Hassan Rouhani vows to fight terrorism

    Rome: Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has pledged to wage a war against terrorism “to the bitter end, without equivocation”.

  • ‘Protest over documentary, not hanging triggered fracas at HCU’

    Hyderabad: It was the protest over the ABVP disrupting the screening of a documentary at Delhi University, and not over the hanging of Yakub Memon, which led to an argument between two student groups at Hyderabad Central University (HCU) and the subsequent suspension of five research scholars, one of whom committed suicide.

  • Kristen Stewart speaks up on gender inequality

    Los Angeles: Actress Kristen Stewart says that instead of complaining about gender inequality — an issue that Hollywood has been talking about for long — one should get up and do something to eradicate it.

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    Bassi lauds Delhi Police R-Day contingent, security effort

    New Delhi: Delhi Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi on Tuesday congratulated the police band and its contingent for its display of “strength and valour” during the Republic Day parade at Rajpath here. He also expressed his gratitude to the men of the force for their effort in ensuring “foolproof security arrangements”.

  • Sofia Vergara files lawsuit against beauty brand

    Los Angeles: Sofia Vergara has filed a lawsuit against a beauty products company for using her face without a contract. She says she usually charges $15 million for such endorsements.

  • Paes, Sania advance in Australian Open on Republic Day

    Melbourne: Leander Paes and Sania Mirza made Indian tennis fans proud on the 67th Republic Day, winning their respective second round matches at the Australian Open here on Tuesday.