Free Press Journal
  • ‘Hillary’s legacy is death, destruction, weakness’

    Cleveland: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of leaving behind a legacy of “death, destruction, terrorism and weakness” as former US secretary of state and blamed her “bad judgement” for the rise of IS and chaos in Iraq, Libya, Syria and Egypt.

  • In Gujarat, 95 of 100 suspects in crimes against Dalits acquitted

    As violent protests continue in the Prime Minister’s home state of Gujarat over the flogging of Dalit youth by upper-caste Hindu vigilantes, an India Spend analysis reveals a conviction rate six times lower than the Indian average — over 10 years — for crimes against scheduled castes (SCs) and scheduled tribes (STs).

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    Snowden’s story now on celluloid

    San Diego (US): Edward Snowden says that Oliver Stone’s dramatisation of his story is a “pretty accurate portrayal.” Snowden appeared live from Moscow via Google Hangouts at Comic-Con following the first public screening of Stone’s film, “Snowden,” to answer audience questions and interact with the cast, including star Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

  • 26 killed in China rains

    Beijing: At least 26 people were killed and 34 others were reported missing due to heavy rains and subsequent floods in China’s Hebei province, authorities said on Saturday.

  • When Aditya Chopra told Ranveer to act like himself

    Mumbai: Actor Ranveer Singh says that during the shoot of one of the sequences of his film “Befikre”, the director Aditya Chopra observed that he was acting like Anil Kapoor and told him to act like himself.

  • Ind vs WI: Kohli scores double ton as India take upper hand

    North Sound (Antigua): Virat Kohli became the first Indian captain to score a double century abroad as the visitors took firm control of the first Test against the West Indies with a solid batting display here.

  • Revised draft DP 2034 torn and released in Mithi river

    Mumbai: In a novel protest, DP sheets were torn and released in the Mithi river in a coffin on Friday. The protest was against the “errors” in the city’s revised final draft DP 2034.

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    Report on Zakir Naik likely by next week

    Mumbai: The Mumbai police is likely to submit by next week its report to the state government on Zakir Naik, who is facing multiple probes over his alleged provocative speeches, a high-ranked police official said today.