Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan fires at Indian posts again

    Poonch: Pakistani troops fired at Indian posts in Jammu and Kashmir again Friday, leading to an exchange of fire between Indian and Pakistani army across the Line of Control (LoC).

  • England start ODI series against India with nine-run win

    Rajkot: England made a winning start to their five-match ODI series beating India by nine runs in the first One-day International (ODI) at the spanking new Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium here Friday.

  • Infosys ups guidance on turnaround in growth

    Bangalore: After three tough quarters, Indian IT bellwether Infosys Ltd has shown signs of growth by upping its revenue outlook for this fiscal (2012-13) in rupee and dollar terms.

  • We only fired back, India tells Pakistan

    New Delhi: The Indian envoy told the Pakistan government Friday that the Indian Army gave a “controlled response” to “unprovoked” firing by Pakistani troops along the Jammu and Kashmir border.

  • FinMin replies to Vodafone; says willing to discuss tax case

    New Delhi: The Revenue department today sent a reply to the Vodafone’s representation on Rs 11,200 crore tax issue and also expressed its willingness to discuss the matter with company officials.

  • Govt not satisfied with Kingfisher’s investment plan

    New Delhi: Government is not satisfied with Kingfisher Airlines’ plans to invest Rs 650 crore to resume its operations as it may not guarantee an efficient and reliable service, a senior DGCA official said today.

  • Decision on fuel price hike soon: Moily

    New Delhi: Raising diesel and cooking fuel prices and the cap on subsidised LPG cylinders would be decided as soon as possible, Oil Minister M. Veerappa Moily said Friday.

  • Gujarat has become the global gateway to India: Modi

    Gandhinagar: Terming Gujarat as “global gateway to India” Chief Minister Narendra Modi today asked captains of industry to utilise the Vibrant Gujarat Summit as a platform to send a “positive” message to the world to stay away from “exploitative” economic models.

  • Communal clash in Lucknow, four hurt

    Lucknow: Four people were injured Friday when two sects of Muslims clashed in the Old City area of the Uttar Pradesh capital, police said.

  • ​Hold sanctity of LoC, India tells Pakistan

    New Delhi: India today told Pakistan that it had only resorted to “controlled response” to the “unprovoked” firing by Pakistani army yesterday along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Kanda’s absconding aide to be charge-sheeted in a week

    New Delhi: The Delhi Police today told a court here that it would file a supplementary charge sheet against prime accused and former Haryana Minister Gopal Goyal Kanda’s aide Chanshivroop Singh in Geetika Sharma suicide case in a week.

  • IT Act does not curb freedom of expression: Centre to SC

    New Delhi: The Centre has told the Supreme Court that the controversial provision in the cyber law under which two girls in Maharashtra were arrested for posting comments on Facebook does not curb freedom of speech and alleged “highhandedness” of certain authorities does not mean that its bad in law.

  • Yashwant Sinha wants govt to suspend dialogue with Pak

    New Delhi: In the wake of the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers on the Line of Control (LoC), BJP leader Yashwant Sinha today advocated suspension of dialogue with Pakistan even as he admitted that the previous NDA government had also committed the mistake by engaging the neighbour in talks.

  • 26 killed in China landslide

    Beijing: At least 26 people were killed Friday when a landslide buried a small village in China’s Yunnan province, Xinhua reported.

  • Saina falters in quarter-final of Korea Open

    Seoul: World No.3 shuttler Saina Nehwal faltered once again in the women’s singles quarter-final of the $1 million Korea Open Super Series Premier against Li Han of China here Friday.