Free Press Journal
  • Stop blame game, cooperate in fight against terrorism: Pak tells Kabul

    Islamabad/Karachi: Expressing disappointment over Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s remarks against Islamabad at the NATO Summit in Warsaw, Pakistan has urged Kabul to end the blame game and instead cooperate with peace efforts.

  • Heavy rains

    Death toll due to heavy rains in MP touches 15

    Bhopal: With heavy rains lashing Madhya Pradesh, the death toll due to flood-related mishaps has gone up to 15 in the state, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said today.

  • Three children killed in Afghanistan bomb explosion

    Kabul: At least three children were killed and six others, including three women and three men, wounded in a bomb explosion in Kandahar province of southern Afghanistan.

  • PM Modi accorded ceremonial welcome in Dar-es-Salaam

    Dar-es-Salaam (Tanzania): Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on Sunday accorded a ceremonial welcome at the State House in Dar-es-Salaam as he kicked-off his first engagement in Tanzania.

  • Aerobic exercises restore protein quality in heart failure

    New York: Aerobic exercises such as brisk walking, running, jogging or swimming is likely to restore the cardiac protein quality control system in heart failure, suggests a research conducted on rats.

  • Why do we tap to that beat?

    London: Norwegian researchers have ventured to delve into why people tend to perceive affinities between sound and body motion when experiencing music — and agreed that it is all rooted in human cognition.

  • Football great Pele marrying for third time at 75

    Sao Paulo: Brazil football legend Pele is getting married on Tuesday for the third time, tying the knot with his girlfriend of six years Marcia Cibele Aoki. Pele, 75, told O Estado de Sao Paulo newspaper that this time, he has found “love forever.”

  • Jayaram crashes out of US Open

    El Monte (USA): India’s Ajay Jayaram crashed out of the US Open after suffering a straight-game loss to Japan’s Kanta Tsuneyama in the men’s singles semifinals of the Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament here today.

  • In praising Sunil Gavaskar, Virendra Sehwag switches to top gear

    New Delhi: As Sunil Gavaskar turned 66, former India cricket star Virender Sehwag paid a glowing tribute, saying what the batting legend did without wearing a helmet the best of batsmen today would not be able to do with all their equipments on.

  • Baahubali - The Beginning

    One year of ‘Baahubali’, fans get nostalgic

    Chennai: It’s been a year since the release of S.S. Rajamouli’s magnum opus “Baahubali: The Beginning” which has emerged as one of the biggest blockbusters of the country — and the film’s hardcore fans are nostalgic.

  • Vivek-Oberoi

    Great to see Salman doing different role in ‘Sultan’: Vivek

    Mumbai: Actor Vivek Oberoi is all praise for Salman Khan and his recently released film “Sultan”. “It is great to see a big star (referring to Salman) going out and taking such a different kind of a role (wrestler in ‘Sultan’), different subject and doing so well with it. We should praise every good film and be happy for a successful film as it’s one industry,” Vivek told PTI.

  • Dallas Cop Shooter Was Afghan War Veteran

    Houston: The sniper who shot 12 police officers in the US city of Dallas, killing five and injuring many, during a protest decrying police killings of black men this week, has been identified as a former Army reservist equipped for war. Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, was wearing body armour and totting an SKS semi-automatic assault rifle and a handgun when he started picking off cops in downtown Dallas late Thursday night during a “Black Lives

  • TERI working to set up Rs 100 cr corpus for research works

    New Delhi: The Energy and Research Institute (TERI) is working to establish a corpus of up to Rs 100 crore as the non-profit group seeks to pursue research activities beyond project-based works.

  • Obama to travel to Dallas cut European trip short

    Washington: In the wake of the deadly shooting in Dallas that claimed lives of five policemen, US President Barack Obama would return from his ongoing visit to Europe a day early and visit the city next week, the White House has said.

  • UK govt rejects second referendum petition

    London: The UK government has officially rejected a petition signed by over 4.1 million people calling for a second referendum for Britain to decide on its fate in or out of the EU, saying the people’s decision must be “respected”.