Free Press Journal
  • FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: India to take on Colombia today

    New Delhi: Hosts India will aim to bounce back from their defeat against the U.S.A. when they take on Colombia in their second Group A clash of the FIFA U-17 World Cup at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium later today. India went down fighting 0-3 against a robust U.S.A. in their opening match.

  • NIA files closure report on white powder found in Uttar Pradesh Assembly

    Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh): The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed the closure report in connection with the white powder found in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly on July 12. The packet of the explosive was found under the chair of the Opposition’s leader during an ongoing session of the assembly on July 12. It was 150 gm of PETN. (500 gm of PETN is enough to blow the whole Assembly off.) Uttar Pradesh Chief

  • More trouble for Bollywood actor Mamta Kulkarni in Ephedrine drug scandal case, read full details

    Mumbai: In a news that could spell trouble for former Bollywood actor Mamta Kulkarni, The Thane police are in the process of getting a Red Corner Notice (RCN) issued against former actress Mamta Kulkarni, wanted accused in the Ephedrine drug bust case. Kulkarni is believed to be holed up in Mombassa, Kenya, and will find it difficult to leave the country once the RCN is issued.

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    Sanjay Dutt meets ‘real heroes’

    Jaipur: Actor Sanjay Dutt met the country’s “real heroes” — soldiers of Indian Army. Sanjay, who is currently shooting for his next film “Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3” in Bikaner, Rajasthan, was photographed with them. “The real heroes of our country! Indian Army, proud Indian, Bikaner, shooting ‘Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3‘,” Sanjay captioned the image that he tweeted on Sunday.

  • Animal keeper mauled to death by two white tiger cubs in Bengaluru

    Bengaluru (Karnataka): In a tragic incident, a 40-year-old animal keeper was killed by two white tiger cubs at the Bannerghatta Biological Park on the outskirts of Bengaluru. The incident occurred on Saturday evening when the animal keeper, Anji, had gone to place meat inside the enclosure for the animals without noticing that it was open on the other side where the cubs were resting. Anji tried to escape but the cubs of one

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    Harvey Weinstein fired over sexual harassment claims

    Los Angeles: Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was fired from the film company he co-founded after a New York Times investigation detailed numerous incidents of alleged sexual harassment by the media mogul, the media reported. The remaining board of directors at The Weinstein Company said on Sunday night that the decision was made “in light of new information about misconduct by Harvey Weinstein that has emerged in the past few days”, reports CNN.

  • Centre has bowed down to public rage: Shiv Sena on relaxation in GST rates

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena has termed the recent relaxation in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) rates a win for the public, and claimed that the government took the move conceding to the public rage. “On the matter of the GST, the government has bowed down to public rage, and has given relaxation in many taxes, and that’s how an early Diwali was brought in, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi had earlier said,” said

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    For Elon Musk, Google’s ‘Clips’ camera doesn’t ‘seem’ innocent

    San Francisco,  Google’s artificial intelligence (AI)-based “Clips” camera has not impressed Tesla founder Elon Musk, a famed critic of AI. “Clips” does image recognition and AI processing on-device, deploying machine learning to automatically click best pictures for you.

  • Mumbai: Man smashes beer bottle on another man’s head in fit of rage

    Mumbai: A Malad youth Hardik Bora was beaten up at a club in Juhu by a 28-year-old man, Farhan Mandahi and his friends. Farhan smashed a beer bottle on Bora’s head early on Sunday morning. The incident took place around 4 am at R Adda in Juhu.

  • Kerala: Four policemen, five CPI (M) workers injured in Kannur

    Kannur (Kerala): Five CPI (M) Communist Party of India (Marxist) workers were injured after country-made bombs were allegedly hurled at them during a procession in Kannur’s Panoor in Kerala on Sunday.