Free Press Journal
  • India to work with BRICS for Fourth Industrial Revolution: PM Narendra Modi

    Johannesburg: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that India will work with other member states of the BRICS economic bloc to prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution while reiterating India’s commitment to multilateralism, international trade and rule-based world order.

  • Elections in India, Brazil and EU real tests for Facebook: Mark Zuckerberg

    New Delhi: Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg believes that upcoming elections in countries like India and Brazil will be “real tests” for the social media giant and has exuded confidence that the firm will “get this right” given its recent crackdown on fake accounts.

  • Mumbai: Youth stabbed to death outside school in Bhandup

    Mumbai: A 17-year-old youth was stabbed to death outside a school in suburban Bhandup today, police said. Sushil Verma, the victim, was attacked with sharp-edged weapons when he came out of the school this afternoon. He was taken to a nearby hospital where doctors declared him dead on arrival, said a police officer.

  • Unlike other franchises, Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster series has well developed characters: Tigmanshu Dhulia

    Director Tigmanshu Dhulia today said well-developed characters and a good story are the backbone of “Sahib Biwi aur Gangster” franchise. “The drama genre has suffered because the writing is not good these days. But Sahib Biwi aur Gangster series has it,” Dhulia said. “You will get well-developed characters who cannot be described as simple in this film. You will get to listen good language in these films. We have maintained all these

  • Not taking any political side with ‘Mulk’: Anubhav Sinha

    Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha, who deals with the alienation of Muslim community through the story of a family caught in a terror plot in Mulk”, says he is not taking a political stand with the film. The director is more interested in exploring the human side of the story through the film, which stars Rishi Kapoor and Taapsee Pannu in key roles.

  • Hanan Hamid: Kerala college girl sells fish to make ends meet, faces hate online

    Earlier this week a local Malayalam newspaper reported the story of a college going, fish selling girl which has warmed hearts in Kerala. Matrabhumi one of the longest selling newspapers in the states reported on Wednesday about the difficult circumstances of Hanan in her life, she is a third-year chemistry student belonging to a private college in Idukki.

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    Chandra Grahan on July 27: Timings, dos – don’ts and all you need to know about the longest lunar eclipse

    Celestial lovers are in for a treat as a lunar eclipse will appear in the sky on the night of July 27. It is when the moon will move into the shadow of the Earth for the century’s longest lunar eclipse. According to NASA, the total lunar eclipse will last for one hour and 42 minutes and a partial eclipse that precedes and follows for a duration of three hours and 54 minutes.

  • Pakistan Elections 2018: BCC Newsnight confuses Imran Khan with fellow teammate Wasim Akram, apologies

    Newsnight has apologized for showing footage of Pakistan bowler Wasim Akram instead of his former teammate-turned-politician Imran Khan. The flagship BBC2 news programme opened with a piece documenting Khan’s journey from a cricketing hero to a potential prime minister. They showed a clip of former Pakistan pacer and cricket team captain Wasim Akram instead of Imran, but by the time the news channel realised their mistake and deleted the tweet, screenshots of the

  • Former nuns give clean chit to Bishop Franco Mulakkal

    Kottayam: Former nuns, who have quit the Catholic ministry, have given a clean chit to the Bishop, who has been accused of sexually abusing a Kerala nun, police said on Thursday. According to the Kottayam Police probing the allegations, the few former nuns, who had worked under Franco Mulakkal, the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Jalandhar (Punjab), have said that he is “not a trouble-maker”. The police team went to Bengaluru

  • India vs England 2018: Adil Rashid, Jamie Porter named in England squad for opening Test

    London: In-form leg-spinner Adil Rashid was today recalled to the 13-man England squad for the opening Test against India despite his stated intent of concentrating on white ball cricket this February. Essex seamer Jamie Porter also earned his maiden call-up for his consistent performances for the county and England Lions (A) over the past few seasons. He played a key role in Essex’s County triumph in 2017 and