Free Press Journal
  • Blocks access to WikiLeaks

    London: Anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks has released nearly 300,000 emails linked to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling AKP party, with Turkey immediately blocking access.

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    Modi government should come clean on Mallya: Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday asked the BJP-led Central government to come “clean on Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar meeting Vijay Mallya in London”.

  • UK to relinquish EU presidency

    London: The UK is to relinquish its planned six-month presidency of the European Council in preparation for exiting the EU, Downing Street said.

  • Dubai Tower catches fire

    Dubai: The lower levels of Sufala Tower in Dubai caught fire on Wednesday, triggering a massive evacuation as civil defence and police fought the blaze in the multi storeyed building. No immediate casualties were reported. The fire broke out somewhere around the 35th floor of the 75-storey skyscraper, local media said, Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Passengers off-loaded as suspicious bag found on Amritsar flight

    Amritsar: Passengers aboard a Dubai-Amritsar Spicejet flight were off-loaded at the Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport here on Thursday morning following the recovery of a suspicious bag on the flight, airport sources said.

  • “I didn’t know anything about the industry when I came here”, says Meera Deosthale

    Ebullient and honest-to-goodness outlines her individuality. Her undaunted character on screen emboldens the inner self to choose righteousness over prejudice. Destined to be an actor, Meera Deosthale of Colors popular Udaan talks with Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about her preference for acting over education, the process of shaping herself as an actor, Udaan and more…

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    Deepika puts her engagement rumours with Ranveer to rest

    New Delhi: All the Deepika-Ranveer fans, rejoicing their engagement news that was doing the rounds recently, have to pause and give it a look; the leggy lass has put all speculations to rest.

  • Long term solution sought on dumping ground issue in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Opposition parties in the state Legislative Council on Wednesday demanded that a long term solution needs to be found for the issue of dumping of garbage in the city, since the present spots are nearly full and there is no more space.

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    France serves notice to Mircosoft on data tracking

    Paris: France today said it had served formal notice on Microsoft to stop collecting what it deems excessive data and tracking browsing by users without their consent on civil liberty grounds.

  • Now, get more water MCGM withdraws 20 pc water cut

    Mumbai: The city has been receiving good rainfall from the last two weeks, and in order to give Mumbaikars a relief the MCGM on Wednesday decided to withdraw the 20 percent water cuts imposed.