Free Press Journal
  • Now, camera that can click photos across 180 degrees

    Washington: Bug’s eye view! Scientists have developed a new insect-inspired camera system which can take pictures across nearly 180 degrees and deliver exceptionally sharp images.

  • Pak police arrests Musharraf over killing of Baloch leader

    Islamabad: Pakistani police today arrested and interrogated beleaguered former President Pervez Musharraf over the killing of Baloch leader Akbar Bugti in a 2006 military operation, one of three high-profile cases that have dogged him since he returned to the country from self-exile.

  • Pak hands over body of Sarabjit Singh to Indian officials

    Lahore: The body of Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh, who died early today following a brutal assault by other inmates of a jail here, was handed over to officials of the Indian High Commission by Pakistani authorities.

  • ​Incursion row: China declines to give timeline for its troops

    Beijing: China today declined to give any timeline for withdrawal of its troops from Depsang valley in Ladakh but said the issue that has sparked new tensions in bilateral ties “will be properly resolved soon through negotiations”.

  • Aarushi-Hemraj murder: CBI opposes Arun Kumar as court witness

    Ghaziabad: CBI today countered the plea of dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar seeking deposition of former CBI Joint Director Arun Kumar as court witness in the Aarushi murder case, saying claims made in a press conference by the officer during the on-going probe cannot be termed as his final views.

  • No decision yet to appeal against Sajjan Kumar’s acquittal

    New Delhi: CBI will decide on challenging the acquittal of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case after the quantum of sentence for guilty is pronounced by the court even though the public prosecutor claimed to have decided to recommend moving the Delhi High Court against the order.

  • Modi targets Sonia, Rahul

    Mangalore/Belgaum: Launching BJP’s final assault against Congress for May 5 assembly polls, Gujarat

  • Speaker rejects Oppn demand for removing Chacko as JPC chief

    New Delhi: Rejecting Opposition demand for removal of P C Chacko as JPC Chairman, Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar today asked the panel chief and members to work out an agreeable solution to end the current “impasse” on its report on 2G Spectrum.

  • ‘When did Beni learn astrology to predict poll results?’

    Lucknow: Samajwadi Party today ridiculed Union Minister Beni Prasad Verma’s statement that the Mulayam Singh-led party would get only four seats in Lok Sabha polls, questioning when did he learn astrology to predict poll results.

  • Truth about Sarabjit’s death must come out, says Narendra Modi

    The truth about Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh’s death on Thursday in Pakistan must come out, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi said, adding: “Centre is unable to give a strong answer to Pakistan’s inhuman acts”.

  • India-Pakistan ties hit new low as Sarabjit dies; state-level cremation Friday

    Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh died in a Pakistani hospital early Thursday, succumbing to his injuries six days after being attacked by his fellow inmates in jail and pushing the fraught India-Pakistan equation to a new low. His body was being brought by a special Air India flight sent to Lahore by the Indian authorities.

  • 4 killed, 13 injured as bus falls into gorge in U’khand

    Dehradun: Four persons, including two women and a minor girl were killed and 13 others injured when the bus they were travelling in fell into a gorge in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district today, police said.

  • Artificial ear that can even pick up radio signals

    Washington: Scientists, including an Indian-origin researcher, have created a 3D-printed ‘bionic’ ear that can “hear” radio frequencies far beyond the range of normal human capability.

  • ‘Indian govt maintaining silence, ambiguity over border row’

    Beijing: Criticising the Indian media and opposition parties for “creating trouble” for Sino-India ties, an official daily here today blamed New Delhi for “maintaining silence and ambiguity” over “provocative” reports of intrusion by Chinese troops into Despang valley in Ladakh.