Free Press Journal
  • Global crackdown nabs 90 ‘BlackShades’ webcam spies

    New York: An international crackdown by the FBI and police in 19 countries has exposed a malware called “Blackshades” that enabled hackers around the world to secretly and remotely control victims’ computers.

  • British cleric convicted in US on terror charges

    New York:  A fiery British cleric accused of facilitating violent jihad in Afghanistan and setting up a terrorist training camp in the US was convicted by a court here on 11 terrorism charges and faces a maximum prison sentence of life.

  • Chinese tourist kidnapped in Pakistan

    Islamabad:  A Chinese tourist was kidnapped in Pakistan while he was travelling from Lahore to Balochistan, a media report said  Tuesday.

  • How BJP’s online campaign proved vital for success

    New Delhi: With the BJP registering a thumping victory in the general election, significant credit goes to the party’s online campaign to tap the general psyche by connecting with millions of youngsters.

  • 17 killed as bus falls into gorge on JK Highway

    Banihal (Ramban): Seventeen people were killed and 34 others injured when a passenger bus rolled down into a 400-feet deep gorge on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway in Ramban district in the wee hours today.

  • Post poll violence escalates in Odisha, one dead

    Bhubaneswar:  A BJD worker was hacked to death by the supporters of rival Congress party in Odisha’s Kendrapada district as post poll violence escalated in the area, police said Tuesday.

  • Three rebels killed in Philippines

    Manila: At least three rebels were killed Tuesday when they stormed a police station in Philippines, an official said.

  • Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi

    Congress working panel rejects resignation of Sonia, Rahul

    New Delhi: The Congress Working Committee today reposed faith and confidence in the leadership of party President Sonia Gandhi and Vice-President Rahul Gandhi, saying their resignations will not be a solution to the problem.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi holds hectic parleys over composition of Cabinet

    New Delhi: After hectic meetings and parleys over composition of the Union Cabinet throughout Sunday, Monday was also no exception for prime Minister designate Narendra Modi.

  • 14 killed, 30 wounded in Kashmir road accident

    Jammu:  Fourteen people were killed and 30 injured when a bus going to the Valley fell into a deep gorge on the Jammu-Srinagar highway in Ramban district of Jammu region Tuesday.

  • Colombia ‘shattered’ after 33 children die in bus fire

    Fundacion (Colombia): Colombians have expressed horror and revulsion after 33 young children burned to death when their overcrowded bus burst into flames and the driver fled the scene pursued by a bloodthirsty mob.

  • Thailand’s army declares martial law

    Bangkok: Thailand’s army declared martial law before dawn today in a surprise announcement it said was aimed at keeping the country stable after six months of sometimes violent political unrest. The military, however, denied a coup d’etat was underway.

  • 17 killed in Jammu road accident

    Jammu: Seventeen people were killed and 27 injured when a bus going to the Kashmir Valley fell into a deep gorge in the Jammu region Tuesday, an official said.

  • US senator John McCain congratulates Modi on electoral success

    Washington: US Senator John McCain has congratulated Narendra Modi and his party on the resounding electoral success in the Lok Sabha elections and hoped to work with his government to revitalize bilateral relations.

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    US hopes partnership with India will grow under Modi

    Washington: Calling India a “very important strategic partner”, the US hopes that its “enduring partnership” with India will only grow under the new government led by Narendra Modi despite the flap over his visa.

  • Modi in full flow as RSS backs off

    New Delhi : Set to be formally elected by BJP MPs on Tuesday afternoon in the Central Hall of Parliament, Narendra Modi on Monday remained engaged in talks with his lieutenants Aamit Shah and Arun Jaitley. These government formation talks may extend for a few days and the new ministry may take oath on Saturday or Sunday.