Free Press Journal
  • Teen girl indicted for live streaming friend’s rape

    New York: An 18-year-old woman in the US has been accused of filming the sexual assault of a minor girl and uploading it in the social media, prompting a grand jury to indict her and her boy friend on several charges including rape.

  • Abuses by police, forces major rights problem in India: US

    Washington: Abuses by police and security forces are the most significant human rights problem in India, the US said today while raising concerns by civil society over the “failure” of the Gujarat government to hold accountable those responsible for the 2002 riots in the state.

  • Ukraine parliament appoints pro-EU Groysman as PM

    Kiev: Ukraine’s parliament today appointed pro-Western speaker Volodymyr Groysman as Prime Minister in a bid to end months of political gridlock and unlock vital aid to the war torn-state.

  • Sanders wins Time’s poll of 100 most influential people

    New York: Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has won Time magazine’s readers’ poll of the world’s 100 most influential people, garnering more than three times as many votes as his rival Hillary Clinton.

  • Swedish prosecutors oppose lifting of Assange arrest warrant

    Stockholm: Swedish prosecutors said today they were opposed to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s defense lawyers’ request to lift a European arrest warrant against him over a 2010 rape allegation.

  • US fires missiles in Philippines war games near SCS

    Capas (Philippines): Glowing projectiles lit up the Philippine sky from an advanced US long-range missile system, in war games aimed at boosting their military alliance in the face of an increasingly assertive China. The High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) was the star of a simulated assault exercise by 5,500 US and Philippine soldiers, unleashing six missiles at distant targets from a dry riverbed three hours’ drive from Manila.

  • Putin admits Panama Papers ‘accurate,’ blames US

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin today acknowledged the accuracy of the Panama Papers revelations, but claimed funds had been spent on musical instruments as he blamed the leak on the United States.

  • Pak court asks govt to reply on petition seeking PM’s removal

    Lahore: A Pakistani court today directed the federal government to file a reply on a petition demanding disqualification of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for alleged money laundering and willfully concealing his wealth from the public.

  • Boko Haram send ‘proof of life’ video of Chibok girls

    Kano: Boko Haram has sent a “proof of life” video which shows 15 of the more than 200 girls abducted by Islamist fighters from the northeast Nigerian town of Chibok two years ago.

  • China’s live-streaming sites offer chance to gain cash, fame

    Beijing: China’s live-streaming sites have become a burgeoning cottage industry, offering money-making opportunities and even stardom to their mostly female hosts and an entertaining new alternative for millions of viewers to online dramas and stodgy state-controlled TV.

  • Opposition provoking Pasi community over toddy issue: Nitish

    Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today hit back at Opposition for criticising the state government over toddy ban issue, saying no such decision has been taken and accused it of “provoking” the Pasi community involved in the toddy business.

  • Railways launches operation after brother’s tweet of missing sister

    New Delhindian Railway has launched efforts to trace a missing girl after her brother posted the information on a social networking site and sought help from Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu. Seeking help, the missing girl’s brother tweeted “My sister Divya is missing from Sonepat since April 5” and posted her photo yesterday.

  • Tiger Shroff

    Tiger Shroff talks tough

    With GuneetMonga filing a case against the makers of BAAGHI, the lead actor, Tiger Shroff spoke his heart out about the same. 

  • Manoj Bajpayee felicitates a team of Police Officials

    With the release of the Traffic trailer earlier today, fans finally got their first look at what this movie will turn out to be. The story is a fascinating thriller based on true events, when police officials were on a mission to transport a human heart from one city to another in 150 minutes to save a life.

  • Shraddha Kapoor

    Shraddha will be singing all the songs in ‘Rock On 2’

    Shraddha just keeps pushing the envelope with every passing film. He proved that shes a great dancer with ABCD 2 and then action heroin with BAAGHI also she made sure she dint leave acting behind with all this in AASHIQUI 2 and HAIDER. And singing ofcourse has been one more addition to her qualities as an all rounder. In Aashiqui 2, Haider and ABCD 2, and the actress says in her forthcoming

  • Kareena’s doctor act for ‘Udta Punjab’

    The latest poster of UDTA PUNJAB features Kareena Kapoor Khan and it surely looks great! The actress is seen in a deglam look as she plays a doctor in the film. She fits the role as a convincing doctor. We see her in a lab coat and a Punjabi dress. She will be seen opposite Punjabi sensation DiljitDosanjh in the film.