Free Press Journal
  • Good times are coming – in a few months, says Modi

    New Delhi: The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Thursday said the prime minister’s statement that there is no need to despair and good times lie ahead would certainly come true in the next few months – referring to the general elections.

  • Pakistan not an ally of US: Gates

    Washington: Robert Gates, the former US Defence Secretary who was the strongest supporter of Pakistan, believes that Islamabad is not an ally of America and it will not give up its policy of supporting terrorists.

  • Two killed after falling from train

    Kaushambi: Two persons were killed after they fell from a train in Kokhraj police station area of the district, police said today.

  • Indira assures lawmakers of taking decisions based on facts

    Washington: Indian-origin Indira Talwani has assured US lawmakers of taking decisions based on facts and the law best applicable, as the federal judge nominee asserted that a judge needs to enforce order and civility.

  • Modi attacks PM at NRI meet

    New Delhi: BJP leader Narendra Modi today chose a global NRI meet to hit out at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who had said that “we are set for better times”.

  • Naga civil societies decide to meet Karbi counterparts

    Kohima: The Naga civil societies and the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) under the aegis of Naga Hoho have decided to meet Karbi civil societies and peace forum to have people to people dialogue to bring the situation in Karbi Anglong district, which witnessed clashes, in Assam to normalcy.

  • Three Indian allege police abuse in Singapore riot case

    Singapore: Three Indian, facing charges in Singapore court for their alleged roles in December 8 riots here, have filed a formal complaint of police assault with the Internal Affairs Office (IAO) here, The Straits Times reported today.

  • Goa building collapse: Death toll mounts to 24

    Panaji: With the recovery of three more bodies from the debris, the death toll in Canacona building collapse in Goa has risen to 24 even as the operation to remove the rubble has entered its final phase.

  • Don’t weigh NRIs in dollars and pounds: Modi

    New Delhi: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Thursday said NRIs should not be “weighed in dollars and pounds” and their experience should be used to give new direction to the nation.

  • India ranks near bottom of nuclear material security index

    Washington: India has been ranked below its two nuclear-armed neighbours – Pakistan and China – in the list of countries with a weak nuclear material security in the world, according to a US-based think-tank.

  • Yeddyurappa to make comeback into BJP today

    Bangalore: Karnataka Janata Party (KJP) chief BS Yeddyurappa is all set to make a formal comeback into the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which he had deserted to form his own outfit more than a year ago.

  • Iran’s Zarif optimistic as nuclear deal talks resume

    Tehran: Iran and world powers are set to resume talks today on activating a landmark nuclear deal to rein in Tehran’s nuclear programme, with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif voicing optimism.

  • Abe heads to Africa to boost Japan’s profile

    Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is heading to Africa, keeping up a busy overseas travel schedule designed to boost Japan’s global profile in the face of China’s rise.

  • 10 police personnel injured in stone pelting

    Muzaffarnagar: A team of 10 police personnel, including a woman sub-inspector, were injured in an attack by residents of Sikri village in the Bhopa area when they had gone there to arrest a history sheeter.

  • Inflation to moderate in coming months: Mayaram

    New Delhi: Inflation will moderate in the coming months but the country would need to bridge the demand- supply gap of essential food items to keep prices under check in the long run, said Economic Affairs Secretary Arvind Mayaram.