Free Press Journal
  • Trump backs out of debate with Sanders

    Washington: Donald Trump has backed out of a televised debate against Democrat Bernie Sanders just two days after agreeing, prompting the Vermont Senator to say that the Republican presumptive presidential candidate is running away from engaging in a one-on-one discussion with him.

  • In Greece, Putin raps US for missile threat

    “We keep hearing that it’s not a threat against Russia, that it’s not aimed at Russia.” “Of course it’s a threat to us.

  • Pak fails to seal F-16 deal after financing row with US: Report

    Islamabad: Pakistan seems to have failed to seal the USD 700 million deal for the purchase of eight F-16 fighter jets from the US following a row between the two countries over their financing, a media report said today.

  • Pakistan bans contraceptive advertisements on TV, radio

    Islamabad: Pakistan has banned airing advertisements of contraceptives on television and radio after complaints that such “undesired” commercials make children inquisitive about the use of the family planning products.

  • Trump supporters, protestors clash in San Diego, 35 arrested

    Hundreds of Donald Trump supporters and protestors clashed outside an election rally of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee in San Diego as police in riot gear and wielding batons arrested 35 people in the second scuffle in three days to hit his campaign.

  • Argentine court sentences ex-dictator for Operation Condor

    Buenos Aires: Argentina’s last dictator and 14 other former military officials were sentenced to prison for human rights crimes, marking the first time a court has ruled that Operation Condor was a criminal conspiracy to kidnap and forcibly disappear people across international borders.

  • Revealed: Kim’s aunt runs dry-cleaner in US!

    Washington: The aunt of North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong-Un lives anonymously in the United States, where she runs a dry-cleaning business after having defected in 1998, a media report has said.

  • R madhavan

    I don’t pick films on the basis of actress’ role: Madhavan

    New Delhi: R. Madhavan says he is often questioned about his female co-stars walking away with awards instead of him, but the actor is not bothered about it. He says he doesn’t opt for films on the basis of the length of an actress’ role.

  • Lisa Haydon

    Sharing moments with Madhuri Dixit very special: Lisa Haydon

    Mumbai: Actress Lisa Haydon had her fan moment when she met Bollywood diva Madhuri Dixit. The “Housefull 3” star says that sharing stage with the Dhak Dhak girl was a moment to cherish forever.

  • Elina Svitolina

    Svitolina ousts Ivanovic from French Open

    Paris: Ukrainian Elina Svitolina reached the fourth round of the French Open tennis tournament with a straight set win over former champion Ana Ivanovic here on Saturday.

  • ‘Pakistan had ability to conduct nuclear test in 1984’

    Islamabad: Pakistan had the ability and had planned to conduct a nuclear test in 1984, said scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan. However, Gen. Zia opposed the idea as it would have curtailed international aid Pakistan was receiving due to the ongoing Soviet occupation of Afghanistan, he added.

  • Those with illegal money to be prosecuted: FM on Panama Papers

    New Delhi: Warning of strict action against people stashing black money, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said prosecution would be initiated against those found to have parked funds illegally in accounts named in ‘Panama Papers’.

  • UP parties in war of words over Shah’s comments

    Lucknow: A war of wards has broken out among political parties in Uttar Pradesh after BJP national president Amit Shah said he saw “Samajwadi Party as the main challenger” to his party in the Assembly polls slated for next year.

  • DMC, HCFI,IMA demand ban on sale of tobacco products on May 31

    New Delhi: A number of organisations, including the Indiam Medical Association, have appealed to the Delhi government to observe a dry tobacco day on May 31 by completely banning sale of all tobacco products on that day.

  • old age

    Celebrating the sunset years with sunshine life

    Many senior citizens by pursuing their hobbies and adopting new professions are demystifying the myth that age is numbers, finds out Vibha Singh.