Free Press Journal
  • Hasten Brexit, EU to Cameron

    Key European leaders have bluntly told Britain they wanted it to leave quickly — and not expect special treatment

  • Pahlaj Nihalani

    I’ve brought in a transparency in the running of the CBFC: Pahlaj Nihalani

    Censor chief Pahlaj Nihalani is never out of the storm. The latest controversy has an unnamed source from the CBFC accusing Nihalani of employing the services of those board members to view films whose tenure has expired. In an exclusive interview to Subhash K Jha, Pahlaj Nihalani clears the air.

  • European integration on pause, says Obama

    Washington: Britain’s decision to leave the EU has put the project of full European integration on pause, US President Barack Obama on Tuesday said.

  • Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’ is 2 hours 50 mins in length

    When this Eid director Ali Abbas Zafar’s Sultan opens for his fans there will be more of him to enjoy than usual. At 2 hours and 50 minutes, Sultan clocks at being one of the longest film of Salman’s career. It’s also one of the most gripping films of Salman’s career. Or so says Salman’s unsparingly critical father writer Salim Khan who has been granted the singular privilege of watching the film

  • Rajinikanth’s ‘Kabali’ might get postponed

    Chennai: If industry sources are to be believed, superstar Rajinikanth’s Tamil action drama “Kabali”, which was earlier slated to hit the screens on July 15, has been postponed by a week to July 22.

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    Obama does not see major, cataclysmic changes after Brexit

    Washington: Downplaying concerns about the future of the UK or the EU after Brexit, US President Barack Obama has said that he does not anticipate any “major” or “cataclysmic” changes because of the new development.

  • European Parliament members boo Farage as he mocks EU

    Brussels: Nigel Farage of Britain on Tuesday was booed in the European Parliament after he insulted fellow members in an extraordinary exchange in the wake of the Brexit vote.

  • EU ‘strong enough’ to survive Brexit: Merkel

    Berlin: German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the EU could survive a Brexit and warned Britain the union would not tolerate “cherry-picking’ in upcoming negotiations on their future relations.

  • IS also calls for lone wolf attacks

    New York:  A new Islamic State video is taunting those grieving after the Orlando mass shooting, celebrating the attack and calling for more strikes like it in San Francisco and Las Vegas. This was the second video praising the Florida massacre. The video came just as people in San Francisco were celebrating LGBT pride over the weekend, with heightened security measures in place across the city.

  • Bhandup Constable strangles himself while giving demo to his wife

    Mumbai: A 26- year-old constable allegedly strangled himself on Monday afternoon at his residence in Bhandup. The constable has been identified as Govind Balaji Devde who is attached with the Local Arms Division.

  • DTE gets delayed; Mumbai colleges get ‘no admission’ status

    Mumbai: The allotment of engineering seats under round one by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) got delayed by a day. While it was to be declared on June 27, Monday, it was declared only at 4 pm on Tuesday, though initially the DTE website said it will be declared by 1 pm.

  • Chembur Murder: Financial crisis leads mother to kill her six year old son

    Mumbai: On Tuesday, the RCF police arrested a mother for allegedly murdering her six-year-old son at their residence in Chembur. The victim, Devraj Tipanna, was allegedly strangled by his mother Savitri Tipanna (27) to death by choking his neck with her hands. The victim was rushed to Rajawadi hospital but he was declared dead on arrival.

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    Istanbul airport blasts: 36 killed; Turkish PM blames IS

    Istanbul: Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Wednesday blamed the Islamic State (IS) for the bombing attacks that killed 36 people and injured 60 others at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport on Tuesday night, the media reported.