Free Press Journal
  • 71 killed, 127 missing as foreign aid reaches flood-hit Lanka

    Colombo: At least 71 people were killed and 127 others remained missing in floods and landslides triggered by the heaviest rains in Sri Lanka in over a quarter century as two Indian naval relief ships arrived here today with supplies.

  • Trump promises to get rid of ‘gun free zones’

    Washington: Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has promised to get rid of “gun-free zones” if he is elected as the next US president.

  • Earth may be home to one trillion species: study

    Washington: Nearly one trillion species could be living on Earth, yet 99.999 per cent of them remain undiscovered, according to the largest-ever analysis of microbial data.

  • Gun-wielding man outside White House refuses to stop, shot at

    Washington: The White House was on Friday placed on lockdown for more than an hour when a man brandished a gun nearby and was shot at by Secret Service agents after he refused orders to drop the weapon.

  • Dutch climber dies on Everest

    Kathmandu: A Dutch mountaineer has died after scaling Mount Everest following the death of an Indian climber who fell sick while descending Nepal’s Dhaulagiri peak.

  • Smoke alerts before fatal plunge

    Rescuers says smoke was detected inside cabin minutes before before EgyptAir crash, search on for crucial black boxes

  • Both Clinton, Trump ‘extraordinarily unpopular’: Poll

    Washington: Democrat front-runner and Republican Party’s presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump were deemed “extraordinarily unpopular” as they head into their party’s conventions in July, a new poll showed.

  • Four French police killed in chopper crash

    Tarbes (France): Four French police were killed when their helicopter crashed in the Pyrenees, in one of the deadliest such incidents in recent years.

  • Beijing threatens to shelve talks with Taipei

    Beijing: China today threatened to suspend talks with Taiwan if the newly sworn-in Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen does not acknowledge the “1992 consensus”, which refers to a purported understanding that they belong to a single sovereign nation.

  • 15 killed as Cyclone Roanu hits Bangladesh coast

    Dhaka: Tens of thousands of Bangladeshis fled to safety as cyclone Roanu today made a landfall at the country’s southern coast, with stormy winds and incessant downpour triggering landslides, killing 15 people and injuring over 100 others.

  • IPL 216: Gujarat opt to field against Mumbai

    Kanpur: Gujarat Lions captain Suresh Raina won the toss and opted to field against Mumbai Indians in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match here on Saturday.

  • Pune avoid last place after Dhoni’s heroics

    Visakhapatnam: Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni single-handedly scripted Rising Pune Supergiants’ face-saving four-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab with a last ball six to help them avoid a last-place finish in the Indian Premier League here today.

  • Minor quake hits Koyna region in Maharashtra

    New Delhi: An earthquake measuring 3.6 on the Richter scale today shook Koyna region of Maharashtra, the fifth tremor in last three days in the high seismic zone.

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    “Cabaret is a leap of faith!” – Richa Chaddha

    Post awards, applause and all acclaim Richa Chaddha is turning a whole new leaf, in a whole new avatar. Read all about her CABARET experience as Shubarna Mukerji Shu shares excerpts…

  • Thakur set to become youngest BCCI President

    Mumbai: Anurag Thakur is set to be unanimously elected as the BCCI’s youngest President in the Board’s Special General Meeting (SGM) here tomorrow, replacing Shashank Manohar who quit the position to take up the ICC chief’s job.

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    Why is Randeep Hooda angry?

    He has always known to have a wild anger though there have not really been instances wherein we hear about people getting into a fist fight with Randeep Hooda, but we all know that he has a temper to speak of.


    Huma Qureshi has lost it!

    She has been the buxom beauty of Bollywood since the time she stepped into the world of cinema. She has always been asked questions about her weight and such. But all that is the thing of the past, one look at the girl today and probably you won’t even recognize her.

  • eknath khadse

    Khadse denies receiving calls from Dawood’s residence

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse today dismissed as “baseless” an AAP leader’s charges that calls were made from underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s residence in Karachi to his mobile phone, saying the particular phone number was not in use for the last one year.

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    Lip-service for Anushka!

    She is one of the most respected actors in Bollywood and her latest revelations totally ups that respectability quota, we are talking about the gorgeous Anushka Sharma who has becoming more prettier by admitting ‘I am human and not perfect!’