Free Press Journal
  • burrp! Your Way Across India

    Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Monday, September 30, 2013 (Business Wire India)

  • Peshawar car bomb relives Brit carnage

    Peshawar : At least 40 people, including nine members of one family, were killed and 80 others injured when a huge car bomb ripped through a historic market here today, third such attacks in the troubled northwestern Pakistani city in a week claiming nearly 150 lives, reports PTI. Police said a car carrying 220 kg of explosives detonated in Qissa Khawani market, damaging at least 50 shops and setting afire many vehicles. The blast

  • Now, Meerut flares up over Mahapanchayat

    Meerut/Lucknow : At least 20 people, including RAF and police personnel, were injured and a number of government vehicles damaged in a clash between villagers and police over holding a Mahapanchayat in Khera village in Meerut defying ban orders on Sunday.

  • Soldier flies to UK for Diana probe

    London : Scotland Yard will be questioning a former British soldier who claims his unit had conspired to murder Princess Diana after he returned to UK this week, reports PTI. Soldier N, as he is known to hide his identity, came out of hiding in the Middle East and flew in to Britain for the inquiry, the ‘Sunday Mirror’ claimed.

  • Mumbai FC hold Dempo

    Pune : Mumbai FC staged a brilliant comeback to hold Dempo SC 1-1 in a Round-2 encounter of I-League at the Shiv Chhatrapati Sport Complex in Balewadi on Sunday.

  • Opening up a minefield

    This is the first time that the role of the Army in distributing largesse for ‘stability’ has been confirmed, and that too by a former Chief of Army Staff, with disastrous consequences

  • The time to quit is NOW

    Not long ago it was not uncommon for the hero in Hindi movies to send two of his friends to harass the girl he desired, so that he could come to her rescue and thus win her heart. Well, if Rahul Gandhi had laid a trap for the entire UPA leadership to push for a retrograde ordinance for him to be able to claim the high moral ground, his gambit seems to

  • NAMO DIKTAT choose ‘dream team’

    NEW DELHI: Narendra Modi on Sunday attacked Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for “insulting” Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and asked people to choose a “dream team” in 2014 by junking the “dirty team” of Congress-led UPA.
    “When his own party leader calls the PM ‘nonsense’, how can the PM get respect abroad?”, Modi asked. He was referring to Gandhi’s outburst last week against an ordinance passed by the cabinet that sought to overturn an apex court

  • DBS pegs CAD at 4% on gold import surge

    Mumbai : The current account deficit may have widened to 4% of GDP in the first quarter due to a surge in gold imports and a deteriorated trade gap.

  • Syria chemical cleanup is biggest-ever staged

    United Nations : International chemical weapon troubleshooters will enter war-torn Syria on Tuesday to start one of the biggest and most dangerous disarmament operations ever staged, reports AFP. With more than 1,000 tonnes of sarin, mustard gas and other banned horror chemicals stocked across the country, the United Nations and the global chemical weapons watchdog have launched an urgent appeal for scarce experts to join the mission.

  • India clinch Johor Cup

    Johor Bahru : A dominant India triumphed in the 3rd Sultan of Johor Cup with a thumping 3-0 victory over hosts Malaysia in the title clash of the Under-21 hockey tournament on Sunday.

  • Dog dies, saving 4-yr from speeding car

    New York : A ‘hero’ dog has died after he saved a 4-year-old boy in US by pushing him away from the path of a speeding car. Simon, a 36.2 kg Boxer, pushed his visually impaired owner Dave Furukawa’s son to safety, while being struck in the process by the vehicle. “This is true loyalty and courage,” said Furukawa. Furukawa was walking his son, Will, to school in Atlanta when a red Chrysler ran

  • MCX braces for stormy AGM

    Mumbai : The annual general meeting of the Multi-Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), scheduled for today, could well be a stormy affair as some NSEL investors plan to protest outside the venue.

  • Royals into semis

    Jaipur : Rajasthan Royals eased into the semi-finals of the Champions League Twenty20 by beating the Perth Scorchers by nine wickets in a Group A clash at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium here on Sunday.