Free Press Journal
  • ISIS asks its followers to slaughter Muslim clerics

    London: ISIS terror group has issued a list of names of Muslim clerics, calling them “imams of kafir” and asking its followers to kill anyone who disagrees with them – including Islamic leaders.

  • US House Speaker Paul Ryan rules out presidential bid

    Washington: US House Speaker Paul Ryan has definitively ruled out a bid for president this year, insisting that the Republican Party’s choice should emerge from the group of candidates who pursued the nomination.

  • Trump, Clinton declared winners in Missouri ahead of NY polls

    New York: In some good news to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton ahead of the crucial primaries here, the two US Presidential front-runners who suffered a string of losses recently were today declared the winners of the close Missouri primaries, nearly a month after the polls were held.

  • Surgeons separate infant conjoined twins in Texas

    Texas: Surgeons at a South Texas hospital have separated two 10-month-old sisters born conjoined below the waist. Driscoll Children’s Hospital spokesman Jeff Salzgeber says the hours-long operation began yesterday morning.

  • Kerry accuses China of unilaterally asserting claims in SCS

    Washington: China is unilaterally trying to assert and act on territorial claims in the South China Sea, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said and called for resolving the disputes there through diplomacy and negotiation. “We are all aware that right now is a critical time in the Asia-Pacific region,” US Secretary of State John Kerry said.

  • Security forces win more ground from IS in Iraq’s Anbar

    Ramadi: Iraqi security forces on Tuesday fought fierce clashes against the Islamic State (IS) terrorists and made new gains in the battleground town of Heet in Iraq’s western province of Anbar.

  • Judge rules against couple in China’s 1st same-sex case

    Changsha: A judge today ruled against a gay couple in China’s first same-sex marriage case that attracted several hundred cheering supporters to the courthouse and was seen as a landmark moment for the country’s emerging LGBT rights movement.

  • Beijing summons G7 envoys over South China Sea statement

    Beijing: Beijing has summoned top diplomatic representatives from the Group of Seven nations to express anger at their statement on the South China Sea, the foreign ministry said today. “China summoned the diplomatic envoys of relevant countries,” foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a regular press briefing, without elaborating. A two-day meeting of G7 foreign ministers — a grouping that excludes China — in the Japanese city of Hiroshima issued a joint

  • Brazil president lashes out at VP over impeachment effort

    Rio De Janeiro: Embattled Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff lashed out at the two men in line to succeed her if she is impeached, calling her vice president and the lower house speaker “heads of the conspiracy” to remove her from office.

  • ULFA Threatens to blow up B’desh gas transmission line

    Dhaka: The anti-talk faction of separatist outfit ULFA has threatened to blow up Bangladesh’s largest gas transmission pipeline, prompting authorities to order an intensified security vigil, a media report said today citing an Indian intelligence tip-off.

  • Cruz accuses Trump of threatening delegates, as Trump rails

    Rome: Texas Sen Ted Cruz blasted rival Donald Trump in a radio interview, accusing the Republican front-runner of being a bully, inciting violence and using dirty tricks to intimidate voters and delegates, as Trump continued to rail against a nominating system he says is crooked and rigged.

  • Priyanka rubbishes suicide claims

    Breaking her silence on former manager Prakash Jaju’s claims on her alleged suicide attempts, actress Priyanka Chopra says he should not have been given attention by the media as his statements were not authentic. “This is utter… First of all, it’s so sad that Indian media has given credibility to the man, who was in jail because of harassing me, without checking the history who the person is. So, I have nothing

  • Will Ash manage to do a Priyanka?

    When Padma Shree awardee, Priyanka Chopra decided to play elder sister to Ranveer Singh there was quite a stir in the media. Everyone wanted to know what it would be like to see them together as siblings and that too Ranveer playing the younger one. However all who came out of the theatres seeing Dil Dhadak Ne Do, fell truly and completely in love with the sibling revelry.

  • Manoj Bajpai Does It again.

    He is one of the most underrated actors of our time. Time and over again he has proved his staggering stature and yet, there is a lot more he should be getting out of his Bollywood innings and yet, Manoj Bajpai is not sitting the corner and sulking. He is back in your face and prowling this time with yet another slice of reality.

  • Evelyn get’s the look!

    She has had a slow start, a few films and a few songs that’s all to her credit but looks like the times are surely gonna change for Evelyn Sharma. The Indo-German beauty despite a few outings in Bollywood has consistently managed to grab eyeballs everywhere she goes and has always been a popular muse for top designers like Rocky S and Falguni & Shane Peacock to Roberto Cavalli and AMATO. With

  • Pak Army chief accuses India of destabilising his country

    Karachi: Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif has accused India of destabilising his country and attempting to “subvert” its crucial USD 46 billion economic corridor project with China.

  • Ranveer Singh is in love and it’s not Deepika….

    Ranveer Singh fell in love on the shoot of his upcoming film Befikre, and if you are looking curiously at Vaani you may cease that immediately. It is not Vaani he has fallen in love with but a girl who is rather much too younger than himself, and might be prepared to tie the knot with him any time in the next two decades! We are talking about Aditya Chopra and Rani

  • CM lying on compensation paid to farmers for damaged crops: Scindia

    Shajapur (MP): Senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia today accused Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan of “lying” on the issue of compensation being paid to farmers whose crop got damaged in natural calamity like hailstorm.

  • Hrithik’s set to change the game!

    Hrithik Roshan is a very private man, he doesn;t like his personal life being the talk of the town and somehow since his divorce that’s the only reason why he hasbeen in new. His personal comings and goings have been discussed each day in bold print and Roshan truly believes that it needs to stop. Given the way people have been reacting to Kangana and his legal war, it is obviously going