Free Press Journal
  • PM Narendra Modi

    Rivals now teaming up to thwart Modi: BJP

    Kolkata: The BJP Tuesday accused its rival parties of teaming up against it in the wake of the CPI expressing its willingness to align with the Trinamool Congress to prevent the BJP’s Narendra Modi from coming to power.

  • Four robbers of famous ‘Moradabadi gang’ held

    New Delhi: Police Sunday claimed to have solved at least six cases of robbery in the capital following the arrest here of four alleged members of the infamous ‘Moradabadi gang’.

  • ‘Pakistan must learn from Sri Lanka’s success against LTTE’

    Islamabad: Pakistan must learn from Sri Lanka’s success against the now vanquished LTTE to fight the Taliban insurgency in the country, a senior police officer has said, arguing that using decisive force could be the only solution.

  • M Karunanidhi

    Refusal of entry to dhoti-clad HC judge triggers controversy

    Chennai: Refusal of entry to a dhoti-clad Judge of the Madras High Court at a club here has stoked a controversy, with political parties including DMK condemning the incident, as CPI(M) vowed to take up the issue in the Tamil Nadu Assembly, which is in session, tomorrow.

  • Four killed in Himachal bus accident

    Shimla: Four passengers were killed and 31 injured Sunday when a bus skidded off the road and rolled into a 30-foot deep pit in Himachal Pradesh, police said.

  • india england test series

    India 230/6 at lunch

    Nottingham: India were 230 for six in their second innings at lunch on the last day of the first cricket Test against England at the Trent Bridge here Sunday.

  • Bodies of abducted people found in Assam

    Guwahati: The bullet-riddled bodies of four people, who were abducted by suspected Bodo militants in Assam’s Baksa district, have been found, while the curfew imposed in some areas was extended, police said Sunday.

  • Monsoon rains lash Delhi, Noida

    New Delhi: Heavy rains lashed the Indian capital and its adjoining areas Sunday, ending a scorching heat wave and humidity and bringing joy to millions.

  • Narendra Modi

    BRICS bank on agenda as Modi leaves for Brazil summit

    New Delhi:  In his first multilateral summit meeting since taking office May 26, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday left to attend the five-nation BRICS summit in Brazil, where he will have his first interaction with leaders of China and Russia among others.

  • Jacqueline ‘kicked out’ size zero for ‘Kick’

    Mumbai:  Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who is gearing up to promote her first solo big project “Kick”, says she had to gain weight to look convincing in her role.

  • Indian hockey team leaves for Commonwealth Games

    New Delhi: Putting behind the disappointment of the ninth-place finish in the World Cup, the Indian men’s hockey team left for Glasgow, Britain, Sunday morning for the 2014 Commonwealth Games July 23-Aug 3 hoping to better their silver medal show in 2010 at home.

  • ‘Humpty Sharma…’ – Varun’s highest overseas grosser

    Mumbai:  Bollywood newcomer Varun Dhawan seems to have rocked the global market with his latest release “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania”. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh says the romance saga will be his highest grosser at foreign box office.

  • Flip-flop over Odisha police officer’s posting causes row

    Bhubaneswar : The Odisha government’s decision to go back on its recommendation for a top police officer’s posting and then shifting him to a post considered far less important has triggered a row.

  • ISIS inspiring Pakistani militants, says expert

    Islamabad:  The ISIS in Iraq is influencing Pakistani militants, with at least one group declaring allegiance to the insurgents, a Pakistani security analyst has said.

  • Pakistan must learn from LTTE’s defeat, says officer

    Islamabad: Pakistan may not be able to replicate Sri Lanka’s success vis-a-vis the LTTE but needs to learn from it to overcome Islamist militants, a Pakistani police officer has said.

  • Indian pharma firms face competition from Pakistan in Nigeria

    Accra: As Indian pharmaceutical companies prepare to increase the volume of their trade in Nigeria, it is becoming clear that they would have to compete companies from their closest neighbour, Pakistan, which have given the signal that they are keen to take a slice of Nigeria’s growing market in the health sector as well as pharmaceutical products.

  • Tripura malaria deaths rise to 67 in month

    Agartala: Malaria toll continues to rise in Tripura with at least 67 people having died from the disease and many stricken ill within a month, a minister said here Sunday.