Free Press Journal
  • CRPF jawan commits suicide in Kashmir

    Srinagar: A CRPF jawan today allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself with his service rifle inside a camp here.

  • Humshakals’ cast promises to rock ‘DID Little Masters’ finale

    Mumbai: Post the “Himmatwala” box office debacle, Sajid Khan is back with “Humshakals”. He started the promotional campaign of the fun-filled drama, made with a new concept, on the sets of “Dance India Dance (DID) Little Masters” and promises to rock the finale too.

  • Suspected suicide bomber gunned down in Pakistan

    Peshawar: Pakistani police today shot dead a person whom they suspected was a suicide bomber when he attacked a police compound in the northwestern Khyber Pakhtunwa province.

  • S Africa elephant park accused of ‘horrific’ cruelty

    Cape Town: A South African animal rights group today accused an elephant park of cruelty after “horrific” video footage emerged of abusive training methods used on baby elephants.

  • salman khan

    Witness says Salman wasn’t drunk as he didn’t smell of alcohol

    Mumbai: In a breather to actor Salman Khan, a witness today informed a local court that it appeared to him that the actor was not drunk at the relevant time after he had rammed his car into a shop in suburban Bandra in 2002, killing one person and injuring four others who were sleeping outside.

  • arvind kejriwal

    Kejriwal meets Delhi Lt. Governor

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal Tuesday met Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung at the latter’s residence here, a party source said.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi says BJP his mother, gets emotional

    New Delhi: BJP’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi Tuesday got emotional while addressing the party’s newly elected MPs and other leaders.

  • Three policemen killed by gunmen in Egypt

    Cairo: At least three policemen were killed and nine others injured when gunmen opened fire at a security check-point in Egypt, an official here said Tuesday.

  • Mayawati dissolves all committees of BSP

    Lucknow: Faced with one of the worst showing in the Lok Sabha polls, BSP supremo and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati today dissolved all the committees of the party.

  • Delhi HC dismisses compensation claim of 1984 riots victim

    New Delhi: Delhi High Court has upheld a single judge order dismissing the plea of a 1984 anti-Sikh riots victim who was seeking enhanced compensation on claims of loss of property and injuries suffered by his wife.

  • TN starts work on increasing Mullaperiyar dam level to 142ft

    Theni (TN): Tamil Nadu government today began work on increasing the Mullaiperiyar dam level to 142 feet as per the orders of the Supreme Court, with a 12-member team taking up shutter renovation work.

  • 27 killed in Yemen rebel attack

    Sanaa: At least 27 people were killed  Tuesday when rebels launched an attack on an army position in Yemen, an official said.

  • NDA allies congratulate Modi

    New Delhi: The National Democratic Alliance partners congratulated prime minister-designate Narendra Modi Tuesday after the BJP formally named him its parliamentary party leader.

  • Chinese, Russian presidents hold talks in Shanghai

    Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping Tuesday held talks with visiting Russian President Vladimir Putin who is in the country to attend the upcoming Asian security summit.

  • Govt decides to desilt Vaigai dam

    Theni: Tamil Nadu government had decided to desilt the Vaigai dam following an official assessment that silt had accumulated to a height of 21ft, leading to areas of water storage reducing from 10 SqKm to six SqKm.

  • If Modi does good, it should be appreciated: Innocent

    Thrissur (Kerala): Popular Malayalam film comedian and character artiste Innocent said here Tuesday that if (BJP leader Narendra) Modi does good, then it should be appreciated.

  • A ‘Nixon’, Modi can resolve border row: Chinese daily

    Beijing:  Saying he could become India’s ‘Nixon’, a Chinese strategic thinker Tuesday said India’s prime minister-designate, Narendra Modi, can help resolve their dragging border dispute.