Free Press Journal
  • Lady Gaga, Taylor Kinney part ways

    Los Angeles: Singer Lady Gaga and fiance Taylor Kinney have called it quits after being together for five years.

  • Manila won’t play Chinese checkers

    Rejects Beijing plea to ‘disregard’ a court ruling on sea row talks               

  • Pokemon_Go

    Pokemon Go rekindles hope for augmented reality products

    New Delhi: When the $1,500 eye wearable device Google Glass failed to take off commercially last year, it hit the augmented reality (AR) industry to a certain extent. Now, the maddening craze for the GPS-based Pokemon Go game, which projects digital creatures around you to “capture” on your smartphone, has brought back the focus — and a revival strategy — for the AR players.

  • Twitter

    Twitter permanently bans its most abusive user

    New York: After several complaints and repeated suspensions, the micro-blogging site Twitter has permanently ban Milo Yiannopoulos, the tech editor at conservative news site Breitbart and one of Twitter’s most offensive users.

  • Turnbull sworn in as Aus PM for second term

    Canberra: Malcolm Turnbull was sworn in as Australia’s Prime minister for a second term along with a jumbo Cabinet after a narrow election victory that left him with the slimmest of majorities in the parliament.

  • Congress dubs RSS as biggest liar

    New Delhi: The Congress Party on Wednesday said there is no bigger organisation than the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in telling lies and giving it a political angle.

  • Turkey formally seeks cleric Gulen’s extradition from US

    Ankara: Turkey’s prime minister said his government had sent four files to the United States, as Ankara seeks the extradition of US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen over his alleged links to Friday’s attempted coup.

  • Bouchard battles Zika fear over Olympic choice

    Washington: Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard remains undecided about playing in the Rio Olympics barely two weeks before the start, Zika virus fears stealing the joy from what would be her first Games.

  • bangladesh police

    Bangladesh says 260 missing amid hunt for extremists

    Dhaka: At least 261 people across Bangladesh are missing, officials announced early today, sparking fears many of them have joined homegrown Islamist extremist outfits or the Islamic State group in the Middle East.

  • Pak faces threat from PM Sharifs monarchy: Imran

    Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Monday said the country faced no threat from the army, but from the “monarchy of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif”.

  • Johnny Depp makes first red carpet appearance post split

    Los Angeles: Actor Johnny Depp made his first red carpet appearance since his split with estranged wife Amber Heard. The 53-year old “Black Mass” star accompanied his “Hollywood Vampires” bandmates for the annual Starkey Hearing Foundation Awards Gala in St Paul, reported E! Online.

  • Oldest Babri litigant Hashim Ansari passes away

    Lucknow: Hashim Ansari, the oldest litigant in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case, passed away in Ayodhya on Wednesday morning, after prolonged illness.