Free Press Journal
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    Sri Lanka Navy snaps fishing nets of Tamil Nadu fishermen

    Rameswaram (TN), More than 2,000 fishermen from this island were forced to return today without catch after Sri Lankan Naval personnel allegedly snapped the fishing nets of 30 mechanised boats near Katchatheevu.

  • India, China hold 1st high-level dialogue to combat terror

    Beijing: India and China today discussed ways to enhance security and cooperation to combat terror as officials from the two sides exchanged information on policies and legislation to deal with terrorism at the first high-level dialogue where they reached “important consensus”.

  • Moon was born when space rock hit Earth 4.5 bn years ago

    Washington: The moon was formed by a planetary object hitting the infant Earth some 4.5 billion years ago, say researchers who studied a layer of iron and other elements. The authors argue this was the same impact that sent a great mass of debris hurtling into space, creating the moon.

  • If banning actors can stop terrorism, government should do it: Varun

    Mumbai: Talking about the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s (MNS) demand to ban Pakistani artistes from working in India, actor Varun Dhawan says if governments feel that by banning actors they can stop terrorism, then they should do it.

  • This is a rumour: Varun on working with Big B

    Mumbai: Actor Varun Dhawan has denied reports that states that he is working with megastar Amitabh Bachvhan in “Dabba Gul”. However the young star says that he would love to soon share screen space with the legend.

  • Renault-Nissan Partners With Microsoft To Work On Next-Gen Connected Driving

    It’s safe to say that we are living in that time of the century when almost every global automaker is pondering upon taking steps towards the future of automobiles. Thus, we often get to hear about automotive giants collaborating with technology giants of the world in order to instigate work on the next generation of automobiles. One such collaboration took place recently as one of the biggest automotive alliance comprising of Renault-Nissan signed a

  • India improving road connectivity to LAC

    New Delhi, India is working on better road accessibility up to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, often snapped due to hostile terrain and bad weather.

  • Smiling spouse your ticket to healthier & longer life

    New York: Having a happy, smiling partner can keep you healthy and fit as you enter middle age and move towards the golden years, say researchers, adding that simply having a happy partner may enhance health as much as striving to be happy oneself. “This finding significantly broadens assumptions about the relationship between happiness and health, suggesting a unique social link,” said William Chopik, assistant Professor of Psychology at Michigan

  • Forget Kashmir Dream, Pak and 10 other highlights from Sushma’s speech at UNGA

    After Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s speech last week at UNGA, where Pakistan and Sharif’s fixation over Kashmir was overwhelmingly evident, and after Prime Minister’s Narendra Modi’s speech at Kerala just a day ago, where Modi sent out a strong message to Pakistan that India will not tolerate terrorism at any cost. There was a general feeling among the masses that External Affairs Minister Shushma Swaraj will address the Kashmir issue at

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    BMC to turn Kala Ghoda into an Art hotspot

    Mumbai has always been compared to New York and now comes another reason for the ever-going debate. Experience the pleasure of New York’s Times Square sitting right here in the city of dreams. Colaba’s Kala Ghoda may soon organise art and entertainment shows along the lines of New York’s Times Square.

  • 5th India-US cyber dialogue in New Delhi

    Washington: A US delegation will participate in the fifth India-US cyber dialogue in New Delhi this week and interact with industry representatives to build strong regional partnerships with key stakeholders working on a range of cyber issues.