Free Press Journal
  • Farah Khan’s next a girl-centric film without any stars

    Mumbai: Choreographer-turned-director Farah Khan, who is known to make films with established actors said on Tuesday that her next film is a girl-centric film which doesn’t have any stars in it.

  • Gang held for making old trucks new to hoodwink NGT orders

    Ghaziabad: A gang of five members was today arrested for allegedly stamping and embossing new chassis and engine numbers on old trucks to make them look new and fit to ply on roads, police said.

  • ‘Time for Trump to stop hiding’: Hillary Clinton

    Washington: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton alleged that her Republican rival Donald Trump does not even respect Americans enough to do what every other presidential candidate has done for decades and released their tax returns.

  • Donald Trump

    Trump attacks media; calls CNN “Clinton News Network”

    Washington: Lashing out at American media, Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump termed CNN as “Clinton News Network” and called the New York Times “dishonest” for allegedly favouring his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

  • gene-editing

    China to perform world’s 1st human genetic editing trial

    Beijing: Chinese scientists will perform the world’s first genetic editing trial on humans this month, in an attempt to find a cure for lung cancer, reports PTI. A group of oncologist at the West China Hospital of Sichuan University, Chengdu, will inject patients with cells that have been modified using the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technique, state-run Xinhua news agency reported today. CRISPR, short for clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, was

  • MCGM demolition: Illegal structure in Nagpada being razed

    Mumbai: The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai on Tuesday started demolition of an illegal six-storey building at Telli Mohalla, Nagpada.  The civic body received complaints of the illegal structure while the building was under construction.

  • CAG slams Indian HC in London for ‘arbitrary’ visa fee

    New Delhi: The Indian High Commission in London had allegedly allowed a service provider to levy a fee at an “arbitrary rate” in handling fast track business visas resulting undue benefit of Rs 10 crore to the private entity, said government auditor CAG. In a report tabled in the Parliament, it said the service provider, handling visa support service was permitted to collect 25 pound from each applicant for fast track business

  • Proposed Bombay high court building to be world class: Maharashtra government

    Mumbai: On Tuesday, the State government told the Bombay High Court that it would provide ‘world class’ facilities in the proposed High Court building. A division bench of Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Amjad Sayed were hearing a public interest litigation filed by activist Ahmed Abdi, who has raised concern over the space crunch in the Fort-based HC building and has sought for the shifting of the same.

  • Prachanda all set to become Nepal PM

    Kathmandu: Nepal Maoist chief Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” is all set to become the Prime Minister for the second time as he filed his nomination after receiving crucial backing from the agitating Madhesis by signing a three-point pact.

  • Chinese mole in FBI nailed

    Kun Shan Chun, a native of China and a naturalised US citizen, spied for China while working for the FBI until his arrest in March