Free Press Journal
  • Chinese general calls US a ‘Cyber thief’

    Beijing: A Chinese general has called the US the “world’s No 1 cyber thief”, saying America’s cyber spying force should be indicted by other countries.

  • I was trained as a spy: Snowden

    Washington: Edward Snowden, former CIA contractor who honed his hacking skills in India before leaking US’ secret surveillance programmes, has said he was “trained as a spy” and dismissed America’s assertion that he was a low-level hacker.

  • Park’s nominee for S Korea PM withdraws

    Seoul: South Korean President Park Geun-Hye’s nominee for prime minister withdrew his name today, following controversy over income which he amassed while practising law last year as a former Supreme Court justice.

  • Powerful faction of Pakistani Taliban splits from group

    Islamabad: Pakistani Taliban today suffered a major setback after a powerful faction split from it citing the umbrella organisation’s involvement in criminal activities and bombing of public places, complicating the already-fragile peace dialogue with the government.

  • Racism persistently growing in Britain: Survey

    London: Natives of Britain have admitted to be prejudiced racially and the number has increased raising concerns over social community relations and widespread hostility towards immigrants.

  • Diet beverages to help shed extra kilos?

    New York: Drinking diet beverages could help you lose weight faster than just plain water, a controversial study has claimed.

  • No chargesheet handed to Sharif: Aziz

    Islamabad: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not hand over a chargesheet to his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif during their bilateral meeting in New Delhi Tuesday, Sharif’s National Security and Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz said here.

  • Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan

    Under-fire Chavan to expand Maha ministry tomorrow

    Mumbai: Smarting from the worst-ever debacle in the Lok Sabha elections, Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan will expand his ministry tomorrow, in probably the last such exercise before the state Assembly elections due later this year.

  • New constitution within a year, Koirala assures Modi

    Kathmandu: Nepal’s Premier Sushil Koirala said during his meeting with new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi he had allayed India’s concerns over Nepal’s delayed constitution making process.

  • Families of missing passengers condemn MH370 satellite data

    Sydney: Families of passengers travelling aboard the tragic MH370 condemned the raw satellite data tracking the plane’s last movements released by the Malaysian government and said that it was ‘little that is new’.

  • HC seeks Centre’s reply on regulation of parties’ poll spend

    New Delhi: Delhi High Court today sought the Centre and Election Commission’s response on an NGO’s plea for implementation of the Law Commission (LC)’s recommendation that a provision be enacted to monitor and regulate the expenditure by political parties during elections.

  • Sharif raised Kashmir issue during meeting with Modi: Aziz

    Islamabad: The Kashmir issue was raised by Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during his first meeting with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, a top Pakistani advisor said today, discounting reports that the issue was sidelined during the talks.

  • LJP in favour of Art 370’s revocation

    Jammu: The state unit of Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) today demanded the NDA government to immediately initiate steps to revoke Article 370 of the constitution and dubbed Omar Abdullah’s remarks on the issue as “an act of sedition and treason”.