Free Press Journal
  • Traffic suspended on Srinagar-Jammu national highway

    Srinagar: Traffic was temporarily suspended on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway today due to leakage from a gas tanker which turned turtle near Jawahar tunnel here.

  • Salman Khan launches employment website

    Mumbai:  Superstar Salman Khan has launched an employment providing website for his fans to enable them to get suitable jobs.

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    Amit Shah to become BJP president this week?

    New Delhi:  Amit Shah, a close associate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, may be named the next BJP president by the end of this week, a party leader said Thursday.

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    PIL in SC against arbitration on Vodafone on tax dispute case

    New Delhi:  A former Additional Solicitor General today approached the Supreme Court seeking its direction to the Centre to recover around Rs 20,000 crore tax dues from UK telecom major Vodafone and to restrain the government from going ahead with arbitration on the issue.

  • Satyam case: Court to pronounce date of verdict on July 28

    Hyderabad: A special court trying the case of multi-crore rupee accounting fraud in erstwhile Satyam Computer Services Limited (SCSL) today said it will pronounce the date of verdict on July 28.

  • Want to do film according to my time: Kareena

    Mumbai: Actress Kareena Kapoor says her priorities have changed after marriage and that she will do only those films that can give her enough time to spend with family.

  • Playing five-test series will be a new challenge: Dhoni

    Leicester:  England may be low on confidence after suffering morale-hitting series defeats against Sri Lanka but India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni says playing a five-Test series against the hosts will be a new challenge with less experienced players in the side.

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    Akshay Kumar goes on family holiday

    Mumbai: Post the success of his last outing ‘Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty’, actor Akshay Kumar is off to vacation in New York with wife Twinkle Khanna and his two children Aarav and Nitara.

  • ‘Iraq crisis needs to be tackled militarily & politically’

    United Nations:  The advance of the Al-Qaeda splinter group the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and its allies towards Baghdad appears to have been “stalled” but the “grave” situation in Iraq needs to be dealt with militarily as well as politically, a top UN official has said.

  • More clean energy, less wastage in last 5 years: Obama

    Washington:  US President Barack Obama has said that his government has been using more clean energy and wasting less power in the last five years but stressed that more needs to be done to address the generational problem.

  • 243 pigs culled in Mizoram

    Aizawl: At least 243 pigs have been culled in Mizoram due to recent outbreak of the dreaded swine disease, the Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS), state animal husbandry and veterinary department director Dr L B Sailo today said.

  • US to disband anti-terror force in Philippines

    Manila: American and Filipino officials say the US is disbanding an anti-terror task force composed of hundreds of elite military forces after more than a decade of helping fight al-Qaeda-linked militants in the southern Philippines.

  • US, Italy urge Russia to ease Ukraine situation

    Washington:  The US and Italian leaders have urged Russia to help de-escalate the situation in eastern Ukraine, threatening Moscow with additional sanctions if it failed to move fast, media reported Thursday.

  • Over 250,000 Cambodian migrant workers flee Thailand

    Phnom Penh:  More than 250,000 Cambodian migrant workers, mostly undocumented, have fled Thailand fearing the military junta’s crackdown on illegal foreign workers, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Thursday.