Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan government’s agreement with Islamist leaders illegal: Islamabad High Court

    Islamabad, Pakistan’s high court today questioned the legal standing of the agreement reached between the government and Islamist protest leaders, saying that none of the terms could be legally justified. Activists of Tehreek-i-Khatm-i-Nabuwwat, Tehreek-i-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLY) and Sunni Tehreek Pakistan (ST) religious groups started protests last month. After the weeks-long protest that had virtually paralysed the capital, the government and leaders of the TLY reached an agreement on November 26

  • London Mayor bats for change in UK govt’s visa policy

    Mumbai: Continuing his criticism of the UK government’s strict visa norms, visiting London Mayor Sadiq Khan today said they are preparing a proposal for revising policies like “for post-study work visas”.

  • Wow! Salman Khan woos Katrina Kaif on a snow-mobile in Tiger Zinda Hai, see photo

    Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are scorching the screen with their sizzling chemistry in ‘Tiger Zinda Hai‘. Having pushed the limits on action and stunts for the film, the duo has also shot the romantic song in a larger-than-life fashion. Salman and Katrina shot the visually stunning, romantic track ‘Dil Diyan Gallan’ on the snowy Alps and that too while riding a snow-mobile!

  • 5 terrorists killed by security forces in a raid in Egypt

    Cairo, Five terrorists were killed today in exchange of fire with security forces in Sharqeya governorate, security sources said. They said that terrorists clashed with security forces during a raid on Belbeis-10th of Ramadan road in Sharqeya. The raid came over a week after a terrorist attack on a mosque in North Sinai in which more than 300 people were killed.

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    Sensex breaks 4-day fall on value buying

    Mumbai: Reversing a four-session slide, benchmark Sensex rose 37 points to end at 32,870 today on value-buying by domestic investors in IT, teck, metal and healthcare stocks.

  • South Korea, US begin massive air combat drills amid North Korean threats

    Seoul: South Korea and the United States began massive joint aerial drills on Monday amid threats of a nuclear war from North Korea. North Korea said on Sunday that the joint military drill of the U.S. and South Korea could trigger a nuclear war.

  • ‘Living materials’ 3D-printed using bio ink

    Geneva, Scientists have printed three- dimensional (3D) ‘living materials’ using bacteria-loaded inks. The new printing material called “Flink”, which stands for “functional living ink”, has been developed by scientists at ETH Zurich in Switzerland. They developed a bacteria-containing ink that makes it possible to print mini biochemical factories with certain properties, depending on which species of bacteria the scientists put in the ink. The scientists, who published the technique in the journal

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    Kapil Sharma cancel the event in Delhi, organisers suffer Rs 2 lakh loss

    Kapil Sharma had made headlines once again and this time for not attending an event in Delhi. As per  report from Kapil was invited for media conclave in Delhi and made organisers to book his flights thrice. Kapil asked the event organisers to book three business class tickets and four economy class tickets, making the organizers booking, cancelling, and rebooking the tickets and it was just all for Kapil but he refuse