Free Press Journal
  • ISIS releases video showing Indian jihadists fighting in Syria

    Washington: The dreaded terror group ISIS has launched a new propaganda video that showed off a large group of Kalashnikov-wielding jihadists allegedly from India fighting against the Syrian forces in the Homs province. The video is part of ISIS propaganda campaign on foreign fighters in their ranks, US-based private SITE Intelligence Group said yesterday.

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    War with in Congress in Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram: A day after it suffered a rout in assembly elections, war erupted within the Congress in Kerala on Friday, with leaders blaming one another for the humiliating loss.

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    HC rejects review plea seeking action against Bassi

    New Delhi:Delhi High Court today rejected a petition seeking review of its earlier order dismissing a plea for action against the then Police Commissioner B S Bassi for allegedly “influencing” the probe in the sedition case against JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar and others.

  • Selective advertising being used as political bribery: Jaitley

    New Delhi: Union Minister Arun Jaitley today raised questions over “selective and excessive” advertising by a state government and wondered if it amounts to “political bribery”, a veiled attack on the Aam Aadmi Party government.

  • ‘Shivaay’s teaser poster is out!

    New Delhi: The makers of the upcoming flick ‘Shivaay’ has released its teaser poster.

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    Advani to attend BJP’s ‘Vikas Parv’ celebrations in Gujarat

    Ahmedabad: BJP patriarch L K Advani will address party workers and the people at a function here on May 26 as part of ‘Vikas Parv’ celebrations by Gujarat BJP to mark two years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA government at the Centre.

  • India to demonstrate reusable launch vehicle technology

    Bangalore: India will use a mini-rocket with a booster to fly a winged reusable launch vehicle into lower earth orbit on May 23 for demonstrating the technology its space agency developed, a senior official said on Friday.

  • Fishermen worrying about possible impact of Cyclone Roanu

    Berhampur (Odisha): With Cyclone Roanu stationed just 120 km away from Gopalpur, people living near seaside in Odisha are worried about the rough sea and the possible damage. The fishermen of seaside villages in Ganjam, Puri, Kendrapara, Jagatsinghpur, Bhadrak and Balasore districts are worried about the very rough condition of the sea and are reliving the devastation caused by Cyclone Phailin in 2013 and Hudhud in 2014.

  • Mega-tsunamis on Mars show life potential: study

    New York: Two large meteorites that hit Mars billions of years ago triggered a pair of mega-tsunamis whichforever scarred the martian landscape and yielded evidence of cold, salty oceans conducive to sustaining life, a new study has found.

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    I’ll be naked at 95: Ariana Grande

    Los Angeles: Singer Ariana Grande is not happy that sometimes men are praised for baring their body but women are slammed for being sexy. She has addressed the double standards by saying she will be “naked at 95, with a sensible ponytail”.

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    NEET issue: NGO to challenge proposed ordinance in SC

    New Delhi: The Centre’s bid to allow states to continue with their separate entrance tests for MBBS and BDS courses, besides uniform medical entrance test NEET, for 2016-17 through an ordinance is likely to be challenged in the Supreme Court by an NGO.

  • Two mega tsunamis on Mars reveal perfect conditions for life

    New York: Two large meteorites hit the Red Planet millions of years apart, triggering a pair of mega-tsunamis that forever scarred the Martian landscape and yielded evidence of cold, salty oceans conducive to sustaining life, reveal scientists. About 3.4 billion years ago, a big meteorite impact triggered the first tsunami wave.

  • ‘Modi magic” did not work to contain regional parties: Sena

    Mumbai: Refusing to share the euphoria of BJP over the assembly poll results, Shiv Sena today said “Modi magic” did not work in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu though the saffron party could capture power in Assam.

  • IPL 2016: Mumbai Indiansface Gujarat Lions in do-or-die clash

    Kanpur: Nothing but a win will keep their play-off hopes alive as defending champions Mumbai Indians take on Gujarat Lions in a do-or-die battle, which will be their final IPL league match, here tomorrow.

  • Congress will come back to power easily: Oommen Chandy

    Thiruvananthapuram: After resigning from his post of Chief Minister, Oommen Chandy on Friday exuded Confidence and said that the Congress will face no problem in returning to power as the vote share of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the state hasn’t increased much.

  • World Bank restarts Cambodia loans after five-year freeze

    Phnom Penh: The World Bank has approved USD 130 million worth of new loans for Cambodia, ending a five-year freeze in new lending to the country following a spate of controversial forced evictions by the government. The decision will be welcome news to strongman Prime Minister Hun Sen whose government has clashed with the World Bank over the eviction of thousands of families from the shores of a lake in the capital Phnom

  • Rio wants armed forces in streets during Olympics

    Rio de Janeiro: Rio de Janeiro’s government has revealed plans to deploy national armed forces in the city’s streets to guarantee public safety during the Olympic Games in August. The request will be sent by Rio de Janeiro Governor Francisco Dornelles to interim President Michel Temer in the coming days, according to Rio security secretary Jose Mariano Beltrame on Thursday, reports Xinhua.