Free Press Journal
  • 26/11 attacks: Trial in Pakistan adjourned till Jun 11

    Lahore:A Pakistani anti-terrorism court trying the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case has adjourned the hearing till June 11 after prosecution lawyers failed to turn up for the second time in a week.

  • Labourer dies in stone query

    Srinagar: A 45-year-old labourer died after being hit by a shooting stone in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district, police said today.

  • Chris Jordan eyes England Test squad

    London: All-rounder Chris Jordan is reportedly eyeing England’s Test call-up on Thursday when they name their squad for the opening Test of the summer against Sri Lanka.

  • Court summons pro-ILP group leaders

    Shillong: A special court in Meghalaya has summoned top leaders of pressure groups during whose agitation for implementation of Inner Line Permit (ILP) three persons had died and property worth several crores of rupees was destroyed last year.

  • Festive atmosphere in Lok Sabha as members take oath

    New Delhi: Festive atmosphere and bonhomie prevailed in Lok Sabha today with members donning traditional dress and head gears and many taking oath in their mother tongue.

  • Anganwadi worker brands child on leg with knife; suspended

    Tirunelveli (TN): Irked over a minor girl child not responding to her repeated calls to wake up, an anganwadi worker lost her cool and branded her leg with a hot knife at Meenachipuram in this district, police said.

  • India to play against Pak in Asian Games build-up games

    New Delhi: As part of its build-up for the September Asian Games in Korea, India’s under-23 football team will play two friendlies against Pakistan in Bangalore in the month of August.

  • India has slowest Internet penetration growth in APAC

    New Delhi: India, which accounts for the third largest online userbase globally after China and the US, has had the lowest Internet penetration growth in Asia Pacific (APAC) at 17.4 per cent so far this year, research firm eMarketer said in a report.

  • Kashmiri student beaten by seniors in Ghaziabad

    Ghaziabad: A 22-year-old Kashmiri student of a reputed private institute here was allegedly beaten up by a group of seniors when he screamed after suffering an electric shock in the hostel’s washroom.