Free Press Journal
  • India to open Centre for ancient medicine, Yoga in China

    Beijing: India will set up a centre for traditional medicine here for the first time to reclaim its centuries-old legacy of Ayurveda and Yoga which became part of Chinese milieu along with Buddhism over 1500 years ago.

  • Harish Rawat

    Resumption of yatra a calculated risk to revive tourism: Rawat

    Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat today said resumption of the char dham yatra was a calculated risk which he took deliberately to revive the state’s economy much of which depends on religious tourism.

  • Shakira

    Shakira crosses 100 mn Facebook ‘likes’

    New Delhi: International pop star Shakira is officially the most popular person on online social networking platform Facebook, with over a 100 million ‘likes’ for any public figure.

  • Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Our society needs a transformation: Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Bangalore: Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today expressed his concern about the alleged rape case of a six-year-old inside her school in Bangalore, by saying that society as a whole needs a great transformation.

  • ED files charge sheet in Surat diamonds hawala case

    New Delhi:  The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a charge sheet under anti-money laundering laws against prime accused Afroz Fatta and others in the Rs 5,000-crore Surat fake diamond trade and hawala scam.

  • Downpour triggers landslides in Uttarakhand

    Dehradun: Over 150 vehicles were Saturday stranded in Uttarakhand due to landslides following a downpour in Champawat district, an officials said. Actor Hemant Pandey, who has worked in Office Office teleseries, is among those stuck.

  • Trent Bridge pitch rated as “poor” by match referee David Boon

    Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced that David Boon of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, who was the match referee for the first Test between England and India in Nottingham, has rated the pitch used at Trent Bridge as “poor”.

  • G20 trade ministers reaffirm growth commitments

    Sydney:  G20 trade ministers reaffirmed today their commitment to free trade as a central driver of growth and to streamline the flow of goods through borders.

  • Six killed in car bomb attacks in Iraq

    Baghdad: At least six people were killed and 30 injured Saturday in three car bomb attacks in Iraq’s capital Baghdad.

  • CIC upholds PMO decision on not releasing secret Netaji files

    Kolkata: The Central Information Commission has upheld the Prime Minister’s Office contention that releasing secret files about Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s wife and daughter may upset foreign countries.

  • Katrina has worked exremely hard: Jacqueline Fernandes

    Mumbai: Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who is busy promoting her much-awaited film “Kick” has praised her co-star Salman Khan’s former ladylove Katrina Kaif for working hard to be where she’s today.

  • China Typhoon

    Typhoon Rammasun kills eight in China

    Beijing:  Typhoon Rammasun has killed eight people in south China since Friday afternoon, officials said Saturday.

  • Dr. Harshvardhan

    All assistance to Odisha in the health sector : Harsh Vardhan

    Bhubaneswar: Promising all central assistance to Odisha in the health sector, Union Minister Harsh Vardhan today said quick steps would be taken to complete unfinished work and open new facilities at AIIMS here.

  • Aus PM demands international probe into MH17 crash

    Melbourne: Prime Minister Tony Abbott today called for an independent international probe into the downing of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet that claimed 298 lives, including of 28 Australians.

  • SPO falls in gorge, dies

    Srinagar: A Special Police Officer died after slipping into a deep gorge in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, police said today.

  • Narayan Rane

    Rane needs consolation: Uddhav reacts to diatribe

    Mumbai: Rubbishing allegations made against him by Narayan Rane, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray today said the sulking Congress minister needs “consolation”.