Free Press Journal
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    Dayashankar’s wife accuses Mayawati’s supporters of ‘traumatising’ their daughter

    Lucknow: Lamenting over the abuse she and her daughter have been facing following the expulsion of her husband Dayashankar Singh from the Bharatiya Janata Party over his controversial comment on BSP supremo Mayawati, the disgraced former UP BJP chief’s wife Swati Singh has accused BSP members of ‘traumatizing’ her minor daughter.

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    WikiLeaks threatens Twitter to start own micro-blogging service

    New York: Reacting to Twitter’s permanent ban on Milo Yiannopoulos, the tech editor at conservative news site Breitbart and one of the micro-blogging site’s most offensive users, WikiLeaks has threatened to start its own Twitter because of “cyber feudalism”.

  • Edward Snowden helping MIT team build spy proof iPhone

    Washington: Despite living in exile in Russia, former National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden is reportedly working with a researcher from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab to build a device which will protect smartphones from government spies.

  • Rajini-Kabali-Teaser

    Make way, ‘Kabali’ fever is here!

    New Delhi: Make way for the Thalaiva as we finally have the much awaited Rajnikanth-starrer ‘Kabali.’ The day started with wildfire-like excitement all over the nation with fans going gaga over their superstar.

  • To do well, you need big heart and captain’s backing: Dhawan

    North Sound (Antigua): Shikhar Dhawan has always had the uncanny knack of producing goods when the chips are down which he attributes to his “big heart” and the “backing” he has got from skipper Virat Kohli and coach Anil Kumble.

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    Trump vows to ‘put America first’

    Cleveland: Donald Trump today vowed to “put America first” and restore “law and order” in a country rocked by shootings and attacks as he appealed to the Americans to elect him to the White House while formally accepting the Republican nomination as the presidential candidate.

  • ‘Thatcher wanted to stop second wives from entering UK’

    London : Britain’s former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was against allowing second wives of men based in the UK to enter the country to join them, according to UK government documents released, reports PTI.

  • Mumbai Monsoon: BEST reports fewer diversion of routes

    Mumbai: The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) has claimed that this year’s monsoon has brought major respite to the Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) buses due to the decrease in water logging spots across the city.  The MCGM stated that there has been a 94 per cent reduction in the overall diversions made for the BEST buses in June this year.

  • Much ado over widening Hazarimal Somani Marg in South Mumbai 

    Mumbai: The corporators of MCGM are happy with the move taken by the civic road department of widening the Hazarimal Somani Marg in South Mumbai by 30 feet till the entrance of the 140-year-old Bombay gymkhana to make space for pedestrians to commute.

  • Man draws Bombay HC wrath for removing son from school

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Thursday came down heavily on parents of a child, who had accused a South Mumbai-based school for expelling their 12-year-old son.