Free Press Journal
  • Now Manipur CM Okram Ibobi Singh faces the heat

    Imphal: After Arunachal Pradesh, it is now the turn of Manipur’s Congress Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh to face dissidence — with over 25 party legislators up in arms.

  • NASA

    New NASA technology to better measure Earth’s orientation

    Washington: The US space agency has deployed an advanced technology to precisely measure Earth’s orientation and rotation – information that helps provide a foundation for navigation of all space missions and for geophysical studies of our planet.

  • Pope Francis

    Pope’s new financial rules for saint-making

    Vatican City: Pope Francis has introduced new financial oversight of the Catholic Church’s costly saint-making machine after two tell-all books revealed major abuses in the process.

  • Puerto Rico may face 100,000 Zika cases by year’s end: CDC

    Miami (US): Puerto Rico may be on the brink of a massive outbreak of Zika, a mosquito-borne virus which has been linked to birth defects, and cash is urgently needed, warned US health authorities have warned.

  • Japan marks 2011 earthquake, tsunami, nuclear disaster

    Tokyo: Japan pauses today to mark five years since an offshore earthquake spawned a monster tsunami that left about 18,500 people dead or missing along its northeastern coast and sparked the worst nuclear disaster in a quarter century.

  • Supreme Court

    Ishrat Jahan case: SC rejects plea quashing case against Gujarat police

    New Delhi: In view of the statement made by 26/11 conspirator David Coleman Headley on Ishrat Jahan, the Supreme Court on Friday rejected the plea seeking to quash the criminal case against the Gujarat policemen who were involved in the case.

  • Elephant back to Somalia for first time in two decades

    Nairobi: An elephant marched hundreds of kilometres from Kenya and crossed the border into Somalia for the first time in 20 years, confirming that elephants continue to survive in the Horn of African nation, according to conservationists.

  • Japan tsunami anniv: PM Modi expresses sympathy towards affected people

    New Delhi: On the fifth anniversary of the fifth anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan that left more than 18,000 dead or missing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed deep sympathy towards the affected people and lauded the resilience of the nation.

  • Vishal to play detective in ‘Thupparivaalan’

    Chennai: Actor Vishal Krishna is tipped to play a detective in filmmaker Mysskin’s upcoming Tamil fantasy thriller “Thupparivaalan”, which was officially launched here on Thursday.

  • Centre not like Congress who gave ‘concession’ to Quattrocchi: Naqvi

    New Delhi: Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Friday slammed Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for his rants against the ruling dispensation over liquor baron Vijay Mallya, saying that the current regime won’t dole out any concessions like the Congress did with Ottavio Quattrocchi.

  • Kim Jong-Un

    Kim Jong-un orders more nuclear tests

    Seoul: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Thursday ordered his army to prepare new nuclear tests amid rising tensions on the Korean peninsula due to international sanctions imposed on Pyongyang and joint military maneuvers by Seoul and Washington.

  • shiv sena

    Shiv Sena targets Centre over ‘economic terrorist’ Vijay Mallya

    Mumbai: Dubbing liquor baron Vijay Mallya as an ‘economic terrorist’, the Shiv Sena on Friday lashed out at the Centre’s feeble policies saying they were not able to get their hands on a ‘while collar’ criminal while pledged to bring back wanted underworld don Dawood Ibrahim at the same time.

  • shahid kapoor

    Shahid Kapoor now has 8m Twitter fans

    New Delhi: After Anushka Sharma, its Shahid Kapoor now who has a huge fan base on the social media as he has amassed a whopping 8 million followers on Twitter.

  • Sensex Recovers

    Sensex bounces 55 pts, all eyes on IIP data

    Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex recovered over 55 points in early session today on mild buying in select stocks ahead of IIP data due later in the day even as Asian cues remained mixed.

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