Free Press Journal
  • Trump asserts thousands of people in US ‘sick with hate’

    Washington: Republican Donald Trump on Monday asserted there are thousands of people living in the United States ‘sick with hate’ and capable of carrying out the sort of massacre that killed at least 50 people in a Florida nightclub. “We can’t let people in. … We have to be very, very strong,” the presumptive Republican presidential nominee said in one of a host of broadcast interviews he undertook in advance of a

  • Priyanka receives backlash for maiden Bhojpuri production

    Well, this is rather shocking.  The Bollywood megastar is making us all proud across the globe with her fabulous work. PC’s maiden production – ‘Bam Bam Bol Raha Hai Kashi’, starring the hit pair of Dineshlal Niarahua and Amrapali Dubey which released this Friday is facing major protests in the state.

  • Krushna wants healthy competition with Kapil

    “Comedy Nights Bachao” star Krushna Abhishek wants to maintain a healthy competition with Kapil Sharma, who hosts a similar comedy sketch show on a rival channel. The stories about their rivalry have often made headlines but Krushna says he has learned a lot from Kapil and is a huge fan of the comedian.

  • Shruti shakes a leg with step up choreographer Jamal Sims

    Taking the things up many notches with the dance and music is none other than the rockstar herself – Shruti Haasan. Shruti, who’s in LA shooting for Sabaash Naidu – the trilingual with her father Kamal Haasan will be seen dancing to the steps of none other than the Step Up series choreographer Jamal Sims for a special song. The song is believed to be focused on Shruti’s character and is promised

  • Pope hits out at ‘brazen’ free circulation of arms

    Rome: Pope Francis on Monday hit out at the ‘brazen’ free circulation of arms worldwide, a day after a gunman used an assault rifle to kill 50 people in an Orlando gay nightclub.

  • Woman who cried rape, convicted for adultery

    Doha: A Doha court on Monday convicted a Dutch woman of adultery and handed her a one-year suspended sentence after she reported being raped while on holiday in Qatar.

  • Punishment for gay people is up to God: Orlando gunman’s father

    Washington: The father of the homophobic Orlando gunman, Omar Mateen who massacred at least 50 people at an LGBT nightclub, has condemned the atrocity committed by his son but said he believes it is for God to enact ‘punishment’ against gay people.

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    Operation to lift S Korean sunken ferry suspended

    Seoul: Strong waves forced the suspension of an operation to lift a South Korean ferry that sank in 2014 in a disaster that shocked and enraged the country, a spokesman said today.

  • NATO to deploy 4 ‘robust’ patrols in Baltics, Poland

    Brussels: NATO will deploy four international battalions to Poland and the three Baltic states as part of the wider pushback against Russia’s intervention in Ukraine, alliance head Jens Stoltenberg stated on Monday. “We will agree to deploy by rotation four robust multi-national battalions in the Baltic states and Poland,” Stoltenberg told a news conference ahead of a meeting of NATO defence ministers in Brussels on Monday.

  • ‘Hamilton’ wins big at Tony Awards, black actors shine

    New York: Diversity reigned at Tony Awards 2016 with black actors winning big in four major acting categories, while blockbuster hip-hop musical ‘Hamilton’, about America’s founding father Alexander Hamilton, scored an impressive 11 trophies at the ceremony.

  • Group of Pak clerics issues fatwa against honour killing

    Lahore: At least 40 clerics of the Barelvischool of thought in Pakistan have issued a fatwa against honour killing, declaring it ‘un-Islamic and unpardonable sin’ amidst a series of such incidents. The clerics under the banner of Sunni Itehad Council (SIC) told a news conference here on Sunday that honour killing is kufr (infidelity).

  • T. G. L. Iyer

    Input and Output

    THE Isha Upanishad tells us, “Those who see themselves in all creatures and all creatures in themselves know no fear.” The 23rd Psalm also narrates: “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil. Thou art with me.” St. Teresa of Avila corroborates: “Let nothing frighten you, everything is changing; God alone is changeless.” The Katha Upanishad quotes: “The supreme self is beyond name

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    Obama to go to Orlando to pay respects to victims

    Washington: President Barack Obama will travel to Orlando on Thursday to pay respects to the victims of last weekend’s nightclub shooting and to stand in solidarity with the community as it embarks on recovery, the White House said.

  • After Prez Mukherjee, Modi likely to visit African countries

    Accra: Close on the heels of President Pranab Mukherjee’s maiden visit to three African nations — Ghana, Ivory Coast and Namibia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also likely to visit a few countries of the continent soon as part of India’s to outreach Africa.

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    Apple launches iOS 10, Xcode 8

    New York: US-based technology giant Apple at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco on Monday announced revealed iOS 10.