Free Press Journal
  • Trump now hits Bill Clinton with rape accusati

    Washington: In an indication of the things to come ahead of the general elections this year, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump today attacked former US President Bill Clinton with rape accusation.

  • Smith stars for Lions as KKR end at 124/8

    kanpur: Medium pacer Dwayne Smith turned out to be almost unplayable as he helped Gujarat Lions limit Kolkata Knight Riders to 124 for eight in a crucial Indian Premier League match here today.

  • Terror may have downed Egypt air flight

    Paris: Several scenarios could explain the mysterious disappearance of the Egyptair flight between Paris to Cairo early today, but experts say a terrorist attack is the most likely.

  • A320: Crash on one of the safest planes

    Overall, the A320 registered just 0.14 fatal accidents per million takeoffs, according to a Boeing safety analysis published last year.

  • Canada apologises for ‘great injustice’ to Indians in 1914

    Toronto: Almost 102 years after Canada turned away over 376 migrants, mostly Sikhs from India, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has formally apologised in Parliament for the “great injustice” that happened due to discriminatory laws of the time.

  • center gifts atomic bomb images to Hiroshima museum

    Washington: Days after the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, an Army leader briefed a group of top government officials at the Department of War in Washington.

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    Fighter jets intercepted: China refutes US charge

    Beijing: China today angrily refuted US allegations that two of its fighter jets carried out an “unsafe” intercept of an American military aircraft over the disputed South China Sea and asked Washington to stop reconnaissance of its coastline.

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    Israel set to form ‘most right-wing government in history’

    Jerusalem: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looked set to form the most right-wing government in Israeli history today, with Avigdor Lieberman, a hardliner loathed by Palestinians, expected to join as defence minister.

  • Hiroshima bomb victims want Obama’s apology

    Tokyo: Victims of the atomic bombings of Japan want an apology from US President Barack Obama when he visits Hiroshima next week, the head of a survivors’ group said today.

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    Top 500 listed cos to have dividend distribution policy: Sebi

    Mumbai: Capital market regulator Sebi today cleared a proposal directing top 500 listed companies to put in place a ‘dividend distribution policy’, amid concerns that firms were reluctant to share extra profits with investors.

  • Gujarat Lions opt to field against KKR

    Kanpur: Gujarat Lions captain Suresh Raina won the toss and opted to field against Kolkata Knight Riders in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match here on Thursday.

  • Russian tennis head backtracks on Sharapova retirement claim

    Moscow: The head of the Russian Tennis Federation backtracked on his earlier comments today, saying he did not mean to suggest that Maria Sharapova’s failed doping test could spell the end of her career.

  • Selectors likely to give Dhoni option to decide on Zim tour

    New Delhi: The national selection committee under Sandeep Patil are set to leave it to limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to decide on whether he will make himself available or not for the short tour of Zimbabwe from June 11-20.

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    ‘Jihadi Princess’ jailed for ISIS propaganda in UK

    London: A 32-year-old make-up artist who wanted to marry “Jihadi John” has been jailed for over four years in the UK for glorifying the Islamic State (ISIS) and spreading its dangerous propaganda online.

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    German man claims to have found Hitler’s hidden Nazi nukes

    Berlin: A hobby historian has claimed to have found Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler’s nuclear bombs in an underground bunker in central Germany that have been lying there for over seven decades using 3-D imaging technology.

  • Audi launches Audi R8 V10 Plus in India

    Bengaluru: German auto major Audi on Thursday launched in India its most powerful car, Audi R8 V10 Plus.

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    Court reserves order on discharge plea of singer in rape case

    Mumbai: A special women’s court here today reserved order till June 1 on discharge plea filed by Bollywood singer Ankit Tiwari in a case of alleged rape. Arguments on discharge plea concluded before Judge K S Shende who reserved order.