Free Press Journal
  • Pak India should resolve Kashmir dispute Ban to Sharif

    United Nations: Rejecting Pakistan’s repeated pleas to the UN to resolve the Kashmir dispute, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has told Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that Pakistan and India should address their outstanding issues, including Kashmir, through “dialogue”.

  • Bombs for brides IS dowries revealed in Libya

    Tripoli: Islamic State group marriage contracts unearthed by pro-government forces battling the group in Libya reveal that the jihadists offered their brides unusual dowries: machineguns and explosive belts.

  • US varsity hires ‘dog professor’!

    Los Angeles: A top US university has hired a ‘professor’ to provide comfort to stressed students and the new faculty member is no renowned academic but a 2-year-old dog.

  • Assad blames US for Syria truce collapse

    Damascus: President Bashar Assad rejected US accusations that Syrian or Russian planes struck an aid convoy in Aleppo or that his troops were preventing food from entering the city’s rebel-held eastern neighborhoods, blaming the US for the collapse of a cease-fire many had hoped would bring relief to the war-ravaged country.

  • Cong slams Sharif for glorifying terrorists, wants strong response from India

    New Delhi: Congress today slammed Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for his Kashmir rant and glorifying terrorist Burhan Wani at the UN and said External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj should give a strong and a befitting reply when she addresses the world body on Monday.

  • Dhanush overjoyed at ‘Visaranai’ becoming India’s Oscar entry

    Hyderabad: Actor Dhanush is elated over his production and critically acclaimed Tamil drama “Visaranai” becoming India’s official pick for Oscars 2017 in the Foreign Language Film category. He has thanked everyone for believing in him and supporting his vision.

  • We’re not in a bad position: Santner

    Kanpur: With India claiming to be in good position after the first day’s play in the opening Test, New Zealand spinner Mitchell Santner reckoned that his side was not in a bad position either, considering the kind of start the home team got, here today.

  • Prolonged sitting causes 4% of deaths worldwide

    New York: Nearly four per cent of all deaths – approximately 433,000 per year — are due to the fact that people worldwide spend more than three hours a day just sitting down, a study has found, reports IANS.

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    Google’s ‘India in a Day’ premiered at Jio Mami Film Club

    The Jio Mami Film Club hosted the Indian premiere of Google’s ‘India in a Day’ on September 20, three days before its theatrical release at Versova’s PVR Icon. The film will be released throughout India on September 23, 2016.

  • Our beliefs can worsen pain, insomnia

    London: Individual beliefs can play a potential role in worsening insomnia and pain experiences in patients with chronic pain conditions like back pain, fibromyalgia and arthritis, a team of researchers has found.

  • Billionaire Mukesh Ambani richest Indian for ninth year: Forbes

    Mumbai: With $22.7 billion (Rs 151,477 crore) net worth, Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani is the richest Indian for the ninth consecutive year, American business magazine Forbes India said on Thursday.