Free Press Journal
  • Indian rupee’s plunge to all-time low

    The Indian rupee’s plunge to an all-time low of 69.09 against the US dollar, compared to the previous low of Rs 68.865 in November 2016 reflects the ill-effects of US President Donald Trump’s disastrous economic policies on the world at large. Indeed, American protectionism through higher import duties coupled with the consequences of renewed US sanctions against Iran is indeed playing havoc with economies across the world. That the rupee has fallen

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    Donald Trump’s joke on Cristiano Ronaldo falls flat

    Washington: US President Donald Trump cracked a joke about Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo running for president against incumbent Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, who responded by saying that Portugal “is nothing like the US”.

  • Jimmy Fallon delivers monologue against US President Donald Trump 

    Los Angeles, US President Donald Trump launched into a tirade, speaking out against late night show hosts Jimmy Fallon at a rally in South Carolina. He called Fallon “a lost soul”, Colbert a “lowlife” and Kimmel “terrible”. The rally was for South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, but Trump’s remarks were heavy on celebrity references, reported

  • Not wise to jump into trade war

    The showdown on trade unleashed by US president Donald Trump by hiking tariffs on steel and aluminium exported to India and the Indian retaliatory measures with duties on 29 items imported from the US adding up to almost the same value, must be defused before it escalates further. There is no doubt that Trump is rash but his brinkmanship needs to be tackled with tact and diplomacy rather than escalating what is

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    TIME’s Donald Trump cover captures Zero Tolerance policy row

    New York: The latest cover of TIME’s magazine, featuring US President Donald Trump and a wailing child has captured the controversial ‘Zero Tolerance’ policy of the US administration.

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    US President Donald Trump faces opposition on immigration policy

    Even the haughty and arrogant Donald Trump, the seemingly self-assured US President, bluffing his way through domestic and global affairs and leaving a trail of disruption and chaos behind him, has been made to bow before the moral outrage summoned by his critics and some of his own party men against separation of little children from their parents. In the name of fighting illegal immigration, Trump had forcibly ejected out some two

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    Hollywood stars rally against US President Donald Trump’s immigrant policy

    Los Angeles: Hollywood celebrities like Natalie Portman, Mindy Kaling and John Legend have spoken out against the controversial illegal immigration policy by US President Donald Trump‘s administration. Trump and his administration have come under heavy criticism of late for adopting a zero-tolerance approach to people illegally crossing over the American border from Mexico, with officials currently separating parents from their children as they are taken into custody.

  • Trump fan disrupts Robert De Niro’s Broadway musical

    New York, In response to Robert De Niro’s “F**K Trump” comment in June 10, a supporter of the US President created a scene as he flashed a Trump 2020 “Keep America Great” banner and stood near the stage during a Broadway musical on Saturday. The banner was in protest of Hollywood superstar Robert De Niro “F**k Trump!” comment on June 10 at the Tony Awards. According to the Hollywood

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    Donald Trump threatens additional USD 200 billion tariff on Chinese goods

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has threatened to levy a 10 per cent tariff on $200bn of Chinese goods in a tit-for-tat trade row with Beijing. Trump said he asked trade advisers to identify additional Chinese products on which to impose new tariffs.