Free Press Journal
  • ‘Clinton ahead of Trump nationwide; deadlocked in key states’

    Washington: Donald Trump, the Republican presumptive presidential nominee, is running behind nationally against his potential Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, but the two are in a dead heat in three key swing states of Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, latest polls said.

  • IPL 2016: Pune restrict Sunrisers to 137-8 in IPL

    Visakhapatnam: Leg-spinner Adam Zampa sizzled with a six-wicket haul as Rising Pune Supergiants dished out a disciplined bowling effort to restrict Sunrisers Hyderabad for a modest 137 for 8 in their Indian Premier League match here today.

  • Duterte claims Philippine presidency vows crime crackdown

    Davao: Incendiary Philippine politician Rodrigo Duterte vowed today a relentless crackdown on crime after claiming a landslide presidential victory built on foul-mouthed populist tirades that exposed deep voter anger at the establishment.

  • Obama to become first sitting US President to visit Hiroshima

    Washington: Barack Obama will make a historic visit to Hiroshima this month to “highlight his continued commitment” to nuclear disarmament, becoming the first sitting US president to tour the site where America first dropped an atomic bomb in 1945, killing an estimated 140,000 people.

  • Chinese woman killed by tax driver of car-hailing app

    Beijing: A 24-year-old woman was allegedly robbed and murdered in China by a driver of a taxi-hailing company, prompting the firm to suspend 8,000 drivers who have violated its rules.

  • Xi greets North Korea’s Kim on new title

    Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping has congratulated North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on his election as chairman of the ruling Workers’ Party, becoming the first world leader to greet the reclusive dictator.

  • Rocky Yadav sent to 14-day judicial custody

    Gaya (Bihar): Janata Dal (United) MLC Manorama Devi’s son Rocky Yadav, accused of shooting dead a teenager for overtaking his SUV, was on Tuesday sent to 14-day judicial custody by a Gaya Court.

  • Rahul’s visit not cancelled due to security threat: Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday said its vice president Rahul Gandhi’s two-day visit to poll-bound Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and Kerala was postponed since he was down with fever and not because of any security threat.

  • facebook

    Facebook unveils ‘Facebook at Work’ in India

    New Delhi: Social networking giant Facebook has rolled out its enterprise offering — Facebook at Work — in India that will allow employees of an organisation to collaborate and connect with co-workers.

  • “I don’t think that a relationship is made in heaven”, says Namik Paul

    His debonair personality and exemplary performance has made him not just an actor but also a perfect entertainer. Success walks with him as he walks in the small screen. Sony TV’s Ek Duje Ke Vaaste fame Namik Paul speaks exclusively with The Free Press Journal about the show, his success and more…

  • Raghuram Rajan

    Rajan floats ‘traffic signal’ like control on central bankers

    London: Proposing ‘traffic signal’ like checks on central bankers, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today asked them to shun monetary policies that can negatively impact other economies, saying even India can follow the same rules in about a decade.

  • Sushant hits back!

    Sushant Singh Rajput came out to squash reports about the ‘real reason’ for his split with long-time girlfriend Ankita Lokhande. He had tweeted, “Neither she was an alcoholic nor I am a womaniser.

  • Why Dia Mirza is different…

    Dia Mirza has never been content to be ‘just an actress’. She passionately promotes various causes that are close to her heart, including water conservation, education of the girl child, save the tiger, fighting the plastic menace, working in the field of cancer and HIV or animal rights. In an interview to Hi! Blitz magazine, she speaks about how she wants to use her pedestal as a celebrity to promote greater good.

  • Kajal Aggrawal: Being sightless

    Kajal Aggarwal, who plays a blind girl in DO LAFZON KI KAHANI, prepared meticulously for the challenging role. “I did a lot of research, read Hellen Keller’s books, watched a lot of reference films, went for workshops to XRCVC; a special branch of St Xavier’s college, which helped me out quite a bit in terms of understanding life, mannerisms, daily activities and chores of the visually challenged. Dr Sam and Calveena were

  • 65 Sri Lankans figure in new Panama papers: reports

    Colombo: Sixy five Sri Lankans, including Nissanka Senadhipathi, a businessman having links to the former President Mahinda Rajapaksa figured in the new edition of ‘Panama Papers’ with offshore accounts, media reports said today.