Free Press Journal
  • Dawood has been chased out of Pakistan: Shahryar Khan

    For the first time, Pakistan has admitted to the presence of one of India’s most wanted terrorists Dawood Ibrahim but said he has been “chased out” and could be in the “UAE”. “Dawood (Ibrahim) was in Pakistan but I believe he was chased out of Pakistan. If he is in Pakistan, he should be hounded and arrested. We cannot allow such gangsters

  • Bihar minister wants chapter closed, oppn continue attack

    Patna: Bihar minister Bhim Singh who had made the shocking statement that people joined the army to be martyred, but later apologised after being rpt being rebuked by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, today said that the matter should be closed now.

  • Announcement of Modi as BJP’s PM candidate may be delayed

    New Delhi: BJP may further delay the announcement of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi as the party’s Prime Ministerial candidate till the assembly elections to Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan are over.

  • Morgan Stanley warns of Hindu rate of growth

    Mumbai: The economy is facing the spectre of slipping to Hindu rate of growth of the pre-liberalisation era and may fall to an abysmal 3.5-4 per cent growth zone if the weak growth trend lasts for four-five quarters more, warns a Morgan Stanley report.

  • Army to help rescue child stuck in Rajasthan borewell

    Jaipur: The army was Friday called in to speed up the rescue of a nine-year-old boy who fell into a 200-feet borewell Wednesday while flying a kite near his house in Rajasthan.

  • Rajnath speaks to PM, Sushma to Omar on Kishtwar clashes

    New Delhi: Expressing concern over communal clashes in Kishtwar town of Jammu and Kashmir, BJP today sought Prime Minister Minister Manmohan Singh’s intervention to ensure security for the minority community in the state.

  • Experts urge Govt to cancel next month’s PM-Sharif talks

    New Delhi: A group of former senior military and civil services officers today asked the Government to cancel the proposed talks between the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan in New York next month in view of unabated Pakistan-inspired terrorism against this country.

  • US withdraws staff from Lahore consulate citing terror threat

    Lahore/Washington: The US today evacuated all non-emergency staff from its consulate in Lahore, citing a specific terror threat against the facility even as it issued a fresh travel advisory to Americans warning against visiting Pakistan.

  • US defends surveillance programme

    Washington: The US has defended its controversial Internet and telephone surveillance programme, saying the National Security Agency (NSA) examines only a very small percentage of the world’s traffic and focused entirely on foreign terrorist threats.

  • ​Hubble discovers source of Magellanic Stream

    Washington: Astronomers have solved a 40-year mystery on the origin of Magellanic Stream – a ribbon of gas stretching almost halfway around our Milky Way galaxy.

  • US man kills wife, posts pics on Facebook with confession

    Washington: A 31-year-old US man allegedly shot dead his wife and posted a confession and gruesome photos of her body on the social networking site Facebook before turning himself to police.

  • Obama to honour Clinton, Oprah with presidential medal

    Washington: US President Barack Obama will bestow the country’s highest civilian honour on his predecessor Bill Clinton and celebrity talk show host Oprah Winfrey, the White House said.