Free Press Journal
  • ‘Transformers 5’ gets an official title

    Los Angeles: “Transformers 5” will officially be called “Transformers: The Last Knight”, Paramount Pictures has announced.

  • Iraq resumes work at gas plant 2 days after IS attack

    Baghdad: Iraq’s Oil Ministry has resumed work at a natural gas plant north of Baghdad, two days after a coordinated dawn assault by Islamic State militants left at least 14 dead.

  • Dubai lawyer offers job to Obama

    Dubai: An Emirati lawyer from Dubai has offered a job in his law firm to outgoing US President Barack Obama, so that he can become “closely acquainted” with the “meaning of tolerance of Islam” once he leaves the White House.

  • Two years of Modi govt: Swachh Bharat, Jan Dhan most visible

    New Delhi: Only a few, including Jan Dhan and Swachh Bharat, have caught “imagination” of the country in the first two years of the Modi government while most of its other schemes have escaped notice, a CMS study finds out.

  • Manjhi, Paswan demanding Prez rule to revive their political career: Tejaswi

    Patna (Bihar): Bihar’s Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Yadav on Tuesday slammed Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) supremo Jitan Ram Manjhi and Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan for demanding President’s rule in the state and said both leaders are making desperate attempts to save their sinking political careers.

  • PM Modi assures complete Central help to drought-hit Chhattisgarh

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today discussed drought situation in Chattishgarh with Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh as part of his review of the drought situation in 11 States to mitigate the problem with focus on immediate, medium and long term measures.

  • Nawaz Sharif lied to parliament, says Pakistan’s opposition

    Islamabad: The opposition in Pakistan’s parliament, which rejected Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s speech in the National Assembly, will meet on Tuesday to decide a future strategy over the Panama Papers leaks issue.

  • Snoring kids may score low grades at school

    New York: Is your child performing poorly at school? If yes, please check if he or she is sleeping well becasue reseacehrs have found that snoring can adversely affect children’s thinking abilities.

  • Disability

    Disability certificates to be valid across the country

    New Delhi: Disability certificates issued by state authorities may soon be valid across the country, according to the draft of Right of Persons with Disabilities Bill, 2014, which has been sent to the Prime Minister’s Office for consultation.

  • HC seeks Centre’s reply on surcharge on debit, credit card payments

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today sought response of the Centre and RBI on a plea against the “illegal” surcharge levied on transactions done through debit and credit cards across the country while no such charge is imposed on cash payments.

  • Baby shifts from drought-hit Latur, drowns in bucket of water

    Mumbai: In a tragic incident, a one-year-old baby girl, whose family left their home in drought-hit Latur and migrated to Thane to tide over the crisis, drowned in a bucket filled with water here, police said today.

  • Rohith’s brother not interested in job offered by AAP govt

    New Delhi: The AAP government today informed the Delhi High Court that the brother of Hyderabad University Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula, who had committed suicide, is not interested in taking up the job offered to him on compassionate grounds.

  • Workout more than you diet to keep obesity at bay

    Washington, D.C.: Researchers from the University of Missouri have found that exercise can play a more significant role than diet in fighting against obesity.