Free Press Journal
  • LET Chief Saeed visited Pakistani outpost days before Poonch ambush

    News Channel Headlines Today  has reported that  a few days prior to the killing of five  Indian soldiers in Poonch, terrorist  and  Lashkar-e-Tayyaba (LeT) chief Hafiz Saeed had visited the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).

  • Soon, those paying up in time could get cheaper repeat loan

     Here’s good news for those who pay their loan instalments on time: the banking industry is mulling cheaper repeat loans for such borrowers, a Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited (CIBIL) official said Wednesday.
    “With the Reserve Bank of India in its report mentioning the possible introduction of risk-based pricing, its implementation in our country is not going to be far away,” CIBIL senior

  • Jammu International Border

    ‘India needs to review battle preparedness at LoC’

     With frequent border incursions being reported this year, many Indians have raised questions about the level and extent of border vigilance by the Indian Army at the LoC with experts suggesting that the rules of engagement and the existing patrol procedures may need to be reviewed.
    These concerns were revived in wake of the audacious raid by Pakistani intruders Tuesday night that resulted

  • New food security bill introduced in Lok Sabha

    The government Wednesday introduced in the Lok Sabha the food security bill 2013 to replace the relevant ordinance issued last month. Food Minister K.V. Thomas first withdrew the food security bill that had been introduced in the house in 2011 and then introduced the new measure, based on the ordinance which had been tabled for approval in the house Monday.

  • Silence of the lambs

    Jammu/New Delhi : In an unprovoked attack smacking of cowardice, 20 heavily armed men intruded 450 metres into Indian territory in the Poonch sector in the wee hours on Tuesday and ambushed a patrol party, killing five Indian soldiers.

  • Who got it right: Army or Antony?

    New Delhi : As two different versions of the ambush of five soldiers in the Poonch region emerged, a question cropped up — Who’s right: the Union defence minister A K Antony or the army spokesperson.

  • MPs outraged, want action against Pak

    New Delhi : For a change Parliament functioned. But then the tempers rose as an outraged Parliament demanded action against Pakistan for the killing of five Indian Army soldiers in the Poonch sector in an ambush.

  • PM finally has his man in the RBI

    New Delhi : Chief Economic Advisor Raghuram G Rajan, who as an IMF economist had predicted the 2008 global crisis, was on Tuesday appointed the new RBI Governor. Rajan, 50, will succeed D Subbarao, who pursued a hawkish policy of tight monetary control ignoring the government’s repeated pleas to ease interest rates to boost growth.

  • India is out of trillion dollar club

    Mumbai : The rupee plunged to all-time intra-day low of 61.80 against the dollar on Tuesday but erased all the losses to end with a gain of 11 paise at 60.77 after the central bank intervened heavily in the forex market.

  • For Rahul, poverty is a state of mind

    Lucknow : Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has come in for sharp criticism for saying that poverty is a “state of mind”.

  • Locked up mentally ill wife starves to death

    Bhayandar : A fortnight after cops found the body of a 45-year-old woman who had starved to death inside a rented flat apartment in Nallasopara, her husband has finally been nabbed and booked for culpable homicide. According to the police, on July 20, residents of Maheshwari Building in Alkapuri had complained of stench emanating from a locked first floor flat.

  • Fast News

    SC orders Govt to give coal scam files to CBI

  • MH doctors perform rare surgery

    5 kg multinodular goitre removed from 40- year- old woman Meenabai showing multinodular goitre on her neck

  • Cash, mobile snatched form youth

    Indore: Some unidentified bike- borne miscreants looted a youth near Rambagh Square on Tuesday. Police registered a case and started an investigation.