Free Press Journal
  • India appoints new envoy to UAE

    New Delhi: Navdeep Singh Suri has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to the United Arab Emirates.

  • Wheat protein can worsen chronic health conditions

    London: A protein in wheat can lead to the development of inflammation in tissues beyond the gut, including the lymph nodes, kidneys, spleen and brain, scientists have warned.

  • IVF may reduce birth defects for women above 40

    Sydney: Babies born to women aged 40 and over from assisted reproduction technologies are likely to have fewer birth defects compared with those from women who conceive naturally at the same age, new research has found.

  • MAMI will not screen Pakistani films

    Mumbai: After a city-based social organisation threatened to protest against the upcoming MAMI Mumbai Film Festival for screening Pakistani film “Jago Hua Savera”, the organisers have decided not to showcase the movie.

  • PM Narendra Modi thanks Brazil President for India’s NSG bid

    Benaulim (Goa): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday thanked Brazilian President Michel Temer for his country’s support for “understanding India’s aspiration” for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG) as the two countries inked four MoUs, including on investment cooperation.

  • India doubts Pakistan’s intention to fight terrorism: Rajnath Singh

    Chandigarh: Addressing a ‘Regional Editors Conference’ here on Monday, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that if Pakistan is serious about fighting terror, then India is ready to help them eradicate it, but added that he had doubts about Islamabad’s intention to fight terrorism mushrooming in its own backyard.

  • Trump, Clinton condemn firebomb attack on Republican Party office

    Washington: A Republican Party office in North Carolina was firebombed in an attack that presidential candidate Donald Trump blamed on “animals representing Hillary Clinton”, despite the Democratic candidate also condemning the incident.

  • Salim Khan blasts Asaduddin Owaisi for abusing Salman Khan

    Salman Khan‘s father Salim Khan is known to be upfront and vocal about his opinions regarding the film industry, the happenings in the country or around the world. Time and again, Salim Khan has come forward in support of his son Salman Khan when literally everyone has been against him.

  • Dhoni praises young Indian bowling attack post Kiwis drubbing

    Dharamsala : Backing debutant Hardik Pandya to become one of the premier fast bowlers for next year’s Champions Trophy in England, India’s limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has heaped praise on his side’s bowling performance after their emphatic six-wicket win over New Zealand in the opening ODI in Dharamsala last evening.

  • Despite smartphones, Indian DSLR market at cusp of giant leap: Canon

    New Delhi: Despite smartphone makers launching devices with high-end camera specifications to woo amateur shooters, the photography market in India is at the cusp of a significant leap and digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras are, in fact, looking at stupendous growth in the months to come, a top Canon India executive has said.

  • Sidharth-Alia back Karan Johar, say ADHM row is “unfair”

    New Delhi: Sidharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt recently shared very similar opinions on the ongoing controversy surrounding the release of Karan Johar’s upcoming film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ as Pakistani actor Fawad Khan is also a part of the project.