Free Press Journal
  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Varanasi battle to save the country: Arvind Kejriwal

    Varanasi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal said that his fight against BJP prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi is not a “battle of prestige” but one to save the country from corrupt forces.

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    BJP questions Gandhi family on Vadra’s land deals

    New Delhi: In its sharpest attack yet on the Gandhi family, the Bharatiya Janata Party Sunday accused Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra of making “unscrupulous” land deals.

  • Proscribed SIMI may be again regrouping, says police

    New Delhi: With the arrest of top Indian Mujahideen operatives, including Pakistani bomb-making expert Waqas, Delhi Police and intelligence agencies suspect the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) may be again regrouping to launch its operations to gather funds for terror acts.

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    ‘2 States’ continues to be favourite of audiences

    New Delhi: Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt-starrer “2 States” is in its second week and it has raked in about Rs.70 crore at the domestic box office. Close on its heels is “Revolver Rani”, which came out this weekend.

  • This time Modi regime, say Indians in Tampa Bay

     “Ab ki baar Modi sarkar (this time, Modi regime)”, said the Indians gathered here to snatch a glimpse of their favourite Bollywood stars and enjoy their performances at the IIFA green carpet.

  • Gurgaon doctor sent to custody for raping sister

    Gurgaon:  A 33-year-old doctor was Sunday sent to 14 days judicial custody on charges of raping his younger sister for over eight years, police said.

  • Mumbai Indians manage 125/6 against Delhi Daredevils

    Sharjah: The Mumbai Indians put up a total of 125/6 in 20 overs in their Indian Premier League clash against the Delhi Daredevils at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium here Sunday.

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    Obama arrives in Malaysia on three-day visit

    Kuala Lumpur:  US President Barack Obama arrived Saturday on a three-day state visit to Malaysia, during which he will discuss issues like bilateral trade and regional affairs.

  • Fire breaks out in Supreme Court

    New Delhi:  A fire broke out Sunday inside the Supreme Court premises here, authorities said.

  • China’s Q1 industrial profit up

    Beijing:  Chinese industrial businesses saw their profits rise by 10.1 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2014, official data showed Sunday.

  • South Korean PM resigns over ferry tragedy

    Seoul, April 27 (IANS) South Korean Prime Minister Chung Hong-won resigned Sunday over the government’s response to the April 16 Sewol ferry disaster that has left nearly 300 people dead or missing.

  • 22 killed in attacks in Iraq

    Baghdad:  At least 22 people were killed and 35 others wounded in attacks across Iraq Saturday, police and medical sources said.

  • Nepal president helps clean up Bagmati river

    Kathmandu: Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav was among the thousands who Sunday took part in an event here to mark 50 weeks of cleaning the Bagmati river that joins the Ganges in India.

  • Abbas says future unity government to recognise Israel

    Ramallah:  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced Saturday that the unity government, which will be formed within five weeks, will adopt his strategy of recognising Israel and condemning violence.

  • Putin, Obama still in dialogue: Kremlin

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Barack Obama have not stopped their contacts due to the situation in Ukraine, the Kremlin said Saturday.

  • Five ISAF members killed in Afghanistan

    Kabul:  At least five International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) members were killed Saturday in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan, the ISAF said.

  • Australian man denies hijacking Bali-bound flight

    Canberra:  The Australian man who sparked a hijack scare on a Bali-bound flight from Brisbane has denied that he was drunk and thought the cockpit door was the entrance to the toilet, a media report said Saturday.

  • Pakistan government-Taliban meet likely in two days

    Islamabad: Maulana Yousuf Shah, coordinator of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) committee, said Saturday that contact has been established with the shura and a meeting with the Pakistan government is expected to take place in two days’ time, a media report said.

  • Afghan forces kill 11 Taliban militants

    Kabul:  At least 11 Taliban militants, including a key commander, were killed Saturday by units of the Afghan National Army, an army officer said.