Free Press Journal
  • Bomb attack on police kils 11 in Istanbul

    Istanbul: A bomb ripped through a Turkish police vehicle near Istanbul’s historic centre today, killing seven officers and four civilians and adding to security concerns after a string of attacks in Turkey’s biggest city. The bomb targeted a service shuttle bus carrying officers from Istanbul’s anti-riot police as it was passing through the
    central Beyazit district close to many of the city’s top tourist sites, Istanbul governor Vasip Sahin said in a live

  • Konkona is precise as a director: Kalki Koechlin

    Mumbai: Actress Kalki Koechlin, who will be seen in Konkona Sen Sharma’s directorial venture “A Death In The Gunj”, says she is “precise” in her work as a director.

  • Brendon McCullum

    ICC was casual in gathering fixing evidence from me: McCullum

    London: Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, who provided match-fixing evidence against his ex-teammate Chris Cairns, has claimed that the ICC’s Anti Corruption Unit was “casual” in handling the matter and shook his faith in the world body.

  • Lumigon T3 is first smartphone with night vision camera

    New York: At a time when smartphone companies are fighting for a bigger share of the pie by introducing new technology, Danish company Lumigon has unveiled its T3 device that has the world’s first night vision camera.The smartphone, which also have a 24-karat gold version, comes with a 4MP night vision camera with dual infrared flash that will allow you to take pictures in complete darkness.

  • Is John Abraham ‘drifting apart’ from his wife Priya?

    New Delhi: Seems like the season of break-up has completely taken over Bollywood, as it has now been revealed that another adorable couple John Abraham and Priya Runchal are going through a rough patch.

  • Baby’s cuteness designed to appeal to all our senses

    London: Smitten by a baby’s chubby cheeks, infectious laugh and captivating smell? Oxford scientists have found these features contribute to ‘cuteness’ and trigger our
    caregiving behaviours, which is vital for infants as they need constant attention to survive and thrive. While we have long known that babies look cute, researchers have found that cuteness is designed to appeal to all our senses.

  • Gerardo Martino

    Lionel Messi could return for second game: Gerardo Martino

    Santa Clara, (USA): Argentina coach Gerardo Martino expects Lionel Messi to be fit for his team’s second Copa America Centenario fixture this week — even if he is satisfied that the two-time world champions are adjusting to life without their injured superstar.

  • Facebook, Blizzard to integrate live video in online games

    New York: Social media giant Facebook has partnered with Blizzard Entertainment, an American video game developer, to integrate login and Facebook Live video streaming into the online game service and the Overwatch game.

  • Dhansikaa to play prostitute in short film

    Chennai: Actress Dhansikaa, who will soon be seen in superstar Rajinikanth’s “Kabali”, is all set to play a prostitute in an upcoming yet-untitled Tamil short film to be directed by Anand Murthy.

  • Hindu priest brutally murdered in Bangladesh

    Dhaka: An elderly Hindu priest was brutally killed on Tuesday by unidentified assailants in Bangladesh, police said. Ananta Gopal Ganguly was attacked by a group of three people armed with knives while he was walking through a rice field to his temple in Khulna province’s Jhenaidah district, according to the area’s police chief, Ahsan Azizur Rahman.

  • Two injured in explosion in private bus in Haryana

    Fatehabad (Har): A couple was injured today in an explosion in a private bus at Bhuna in Fatehabad district, the second such incident in Haryana in two weeks.

  • Sand mining ban in DK from June 15

    Mangaluru: In view of the fish breeding monsoon season, sand mining has been banned in Dakshina Kannada district for 60 days from June 15 to August 15.

  • Hillary Clinton clinches Democratic presidential nomination

    Washington: Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination on Monday, and is set to become the first woman in the America’s 240-year history to lead the presidential ticket of a major political party. A strong showing in Puerto Rico’s Democratic primary on Sunday and additional support from superdelegates put Clinton, 68, over the top to become the presumptive nominee.

  • Nominations open for children’s authors, illustrators

    Mumbai: Authors and illustrators of children’s literature in Indian languages can now take a shot at winning the ‘Big Little Book Award,’ that recognises significant contribution of authors and illustrators of children’s literature.