Free Press Journal
  • Another youth held for French priest’s murder

    Paris: Police in southwest France arrested a 21-year-old man in connection with the jihadist killing of a priest in a Normandy church last month, judicial sources said on Wednesday.

  • China to accord head of state welcome to Aung San Suu Kyi

    Beijing: China will accord a head of the state welcome to Myanmar’s top leader Aung San Suu Kyi when she visits here next week, which the official media said is a “small diplomatic victory” for Beijing, considering she is visiting the Communist nation first before going to the US.

  • Nawaz Sharif vows to eliminate terror

    Islamabad: Enemies of Pakistan who cannot tolerate its development want to destabilise it, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday and vowed to move forward with full strength and completely eliminate terrorism from the country.

  • Most UK women sexually harassed at work: Study

    Around one in eight women reported unwanted sexual touching of their body or attempts to kiss them at work, which the report’s authors point out, would be considered sexual assault under UK law.

  • Rio Olympic 2016

    Shooters Jitu, Nanjappa fail in 50m Pistol qualifiers at Rio

    Rio de Janeiro: Shooter Jitu Rai’s campaign at the Rio Olympics ended on a disappointing note on Wednesday when he finished 12th to miss qualifying for the finals of the 50 metre Pistol Men’s event at the Olympic Shooting centre here. Another Indian shooter Prakash Nanjappa also finished a lowly 25th to crash out of the quadrennial extravaganza.

  • Deepak Tijori returns with Tom Dick and Harry

    Deepak Tijori has decided there is no stopping him from making movies now. Though none of his films have actually been runaway hits, Tijori has now declared that he is making Tom Dick and Harry Returns, a sequel to his attempt at comedy named Tom Dick And Harry , in 2006.

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    Sukhbir links AAP to Punjab radicals, AAP seeks evidence

    Chandigarh: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Wednesday urged the central government to thoroughly investigate funding received by the AAP and its leaders, alleging that radicals from Punjab had aligned themselves with the outfit. Badal, the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal President, said the Punjab government has already conveyed information to the Union Home Minister and the National Security Adviser about Pakistan’s plans to destabilize the situation in Punjab before assembly

  • For Vikram Bhatt the best lessons have come from family!

    When you come from a family of greats, it is no surprise that your best lessons have come from within your closest circle. Vikram Bhatt recently shared how much he has learnt just observing his father on job, while his father has not had Vikram’s success as a director Vikram believes he is the best DOP that ever was.

  • i-phones

    Will aspirational India bail out upcoming Apple iPhone?

    New Delhi: At a time iPhone sales are dipping worldwide, young and aspirational India may hold out hope for Apple as it readies to launch the latest version of its iconic phone next month. Although, in keeping with the global trend, iPhone sales have registered a drop in India as well, Apple CEO Tim Cook is hoping for an uptick when exclusive iStores open in a country where South Korean giant Samsung

  • Pink means more to Taapsee Pannu!

    It is a big film, it has none other than Amitabh Bachchan, of course working on Pink is like her one big step in Bollywood and Taapsee Pannu is not taking any chances with it.

  • Raju Suthar

    Carpenter crafts cyber content using ancient mobile

    Chandigarh: A youngster from a carpenter’s family might not seem a likely candidate to craft cyberspace. But this is exactly what Raju Suthar has been doing, one mobile keypad stroke at a time. This lanky 18-year-old from near Jodhpur in Rajasthan is a carpenter, studying in his first year at undergrad college. He has been editing the Hindi Wikipedia using an ancient plain vanilla mobile phone, which he only recently upgraded to

  • Kalki Koechlin Sets Her Own Style

    Kalki Koechlin has always claimed that she has had the toughest time fitting in, but looks like she has gone ahead and made her own style statement with Label and Ritu Kumar. Seeing her don the more ornate clothes along with her own quirky style has set a language of fashion that will have a lot of takers.

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    Linux operating systems vulnerable to cyber attacks: Report

    New York: Researchers from University of California-Riverside have identified a weakness in the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) of all Linux operating systems that enables attackers to remotely hijack users’ internet communications. Such a weakness could be used to launch targeted attacks that track users’ online activity, forcibly terminate a communication, hijack a conversation between hosts or degrade the privacy guarantee by anonymity networks such as Tor.

  • Anushka Sharma can’t wait for the journey to begin!

    Everyone wants to do an Imtiaz Ali Film at least once in a lifetime, imagine if the film has to star Shah Rukh Khan, yes Anushka Sharma is on cloud number 9, and has all the reasons to be there. After all, she is all set to begin the journey of her lifetime.

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    Want a better memory? Eat Mediterranean diet

    Sydney: A Mediterranean diet can improve your cognitive function, reduce chances of Alzheimer and improve heart conditions, shows a new study. The main foods in the Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) include plant foods, such as leafy greens, fresh fruit and vegetables, cereals, beans, seeds, nuts, and legumes. The MedDiet is also low in dairy, has minimal use of red meat, and uses olive oil as its major source of fat reported IANS.