Free Press Journal
  • China announces war games starting tomorrow

    Beijing: China says it has set up alternative flight routes to minimize delays related to military exercises along its southeastern coast that start tomorrow.

  • Amitabh Bachchan

    Bachchan to shoot TV campaign to promote fruits

    New Delhi: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan will soon shoot for a TV campaign to promote Maharashtra’s fruit produce after being appointed as the brand ambassador for the state Horticulture Ministry.

  • Tanker catches fire amid clashes in Libyan capital

    Cairo:The Libyan government is appealing for “international help” after several oil tankers caught fire amid clashes over the country’s international airport in the capital, Tripoli.

  • Five killed in Uttarakhand landslide, heavy rain alert

    Lucknow/Dehradun: Five people were killed in a landslide in Uttarakhand and the meteorological department Monday warned of another round of incessant downpour within 48 hours.

  • Maoist posters found in Purulia ahead of CM’s visit

    Purulia(WB):Fifty Maoist posters calling to observe the Martyrs’ week were today found in Bandwan area of Purulia ahead of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s visit to the district, official sources said.

  • Student survivors testify in Korea ferry trial

    Ansan (South Korea): Student survivors of South Korea’s ferry disaster, testifying for the first time today in the murder trial of the captain and crew, recalled being repeatedly told to stay put as the ship was sinking.

  • Manish Tewari

    Manish Tewari questions govt’s silence on latest Chinese incursion

    New Delhi: Former union information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari on Monday questioned the deafening silence of the government on reports of Chinese incursion in Demchok area of Ladakh, and said that it needs to answer to people on this issue.

  • Action against seven teachers recommended

    Berhampur (Odisha):Regional Directorate of Education, Berhampur, in Odisha has recommended action against seven teachers of Science College, Ganjam.

  • Vedas play vital role in development of culture and civilisation: Prof Kaul

    Ujjain : Efforts are being made to connect culture and civilisation of the nation. Vedas play a vital role in development of culture and civilization. Only Vedas can teach us the language of religion. Prof Kaul also shared his life experiences to explain the importance of Sanskrit language. The solutions of the problems and complexities of the life lie in scriptures like Bhagwat Gita and Vedas.

  • Curfew relaxed in Saharanpur for 4 hours

    Saharanpur: The two day long curfew in Saharanpur has been lifted for a few hours in selected areas of city to let the people stock up on essential items. The curfew had been in place since Saturday after clashes took place between two groups over a disputed land.

  • Nitin Gadkari

    Govt. should discuss Gadkari bugging issue in Parl: Tewari

    New Delhi: Commenting on bugs being found from the house of Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, former Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari said that the government has to make people aware of the legal provisions which safeguard one’s privacy from government’s intrusion.

  • Iran threatens U.S. to use explosive laden donkeys

    London: Iran warned the U.S. that they would use donkeys to deliver nuclear bombs amid claims that the U.S is ready to allow Tehran to get hold of nuclear technology.

  • Barrack Obama

    Israel must observe unconditional, immediate ceasefire: Obama

    London: Reacting on the resumption of fire between Israel and Hamas after the 24-hour long ceasefire was stalled, President Barack Obama has reportedly asked Israel to observe and respect an immediate, unconditional humanitarian ceasefire.

  • Maoists Martyrs’ Week in Odisha hits bus service

    Bhubaneswar: Buses and trucks stayed off the roads in parts of Odisha as Maoists Monday observed the beginning of Martyrs’ Week in memory of rebel leaders killed by security forces, police said.

  • All about the sacredness of textiles

    New Delhi: Noted textile expert Jasleen Dhamija examines a rich collection of fabrics placing special emphasis on their role in various religious ceremonies of India, in a new book.

  • All about the sacredness of textiles

    New Delhi: Noted textile expert Jasleen Dhamija examines a rich collection of fabrics placing special emphasis on their role in various religious ceremonies of India, in a new book.