Free Press Journal
  • Spl trains on Secunderabad-Kakinada route on Aug 16, 17

    Rajahmundry (AP): The South Central Railway (SCR) will run two Janasadharan special trains between Secunderabad and Kakinada Town via Guntur to clear extra rush of passengers on August 16 and 17.

  • Apex court gets four new judges

    New Delhi: Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre, Justice R. Banumathi, Justice Prafulla Chandra Pant and senior advocate Uday Umesh Lalit Wednesday became the judges of the Supreme Court.

  • 22-year-old student commits suicide

    Muzaffarnagar: A 22-year-old B Tech student allegedly committed suicide by jumping before a train here, police said today.

  • BSF DG takes stock of security situation in Kashmir

    Srinagar: BSF Director General D K Pathak has taken stock of the security situation in Kashmir Valley following the attack on the convoy of the force that left eight personnel, including an officer, injured.

  • Majid Memon

    Time to reply to ceasefire violations by Pakistan

    New Delhi: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majid Memon on Wednesday said that if Pakistan keeps violating the ceasefire like this, then we need to answer them back.

  • Thousands throng shrine of famous sufi saint in Kashmir

    Srinagar: The annual festival of Hazrat, Syed Ghulam Rasool Shah (R.A), popularly known as Nanga baji saint was celebrated with full fervour at Malangam in Bandipora district of north Kashmir.

  • N Chandrababu Naidu

    AP govt panel on locating new capital to visit various cities

    Hyderabad: The Advisory Committee constituted by the Andhra Pradesh government on development of a capital city would soon visit different state capitals in the country and also foreign cities like Singapore, Putrajaya and Dubai to study the models.

  • US sends 130 more troops to Iraq

    Washington: Another 130 US troops have arrived in Iraq on what the Pentagon described as a temporary mission to assess the scope of the humanitarian crisis facing thousands of displaced Iraqi civilians trapped on Sinjar Mountain.

  • Passport delay leads to applicants abroad plans go haywire

    Beed(Mah): Several people from Beed have been forced to postpone their plans to go abroad as nearly 400 applicants from the district are awaiting issuance of their passports for the last three months, an official said today.

  • More EU humanitarian assistance for Ukraine

    Brussels: The European Commission has been providing additional funding of 2.5 million euros ($3.3 million) for Ukraine, an official statement said Tuesday.

  • France expresses concern over Russian aid convoy to Ukraine

    Paris: French President Francois Hollande Tuesday expressed concerns over Russia’s decision to send aid convoy to eastern Ukraine and stressed that such humanitarian help should be multilateral and with “Ukrainian consent”.

  • Given special injection before attack: suicide bomber

    Kabul: A suicide bomber arrested in southern Aghanistan’s Kandahar province, a Taliban stronghold, has said suicide attackers receive special injection before conducting an attack.

  • Two dead, three injured in US shooting spree

    Washington:  Two people were killed and three others injured in a shooting and carjacking incident in the US state of Georgia Tuesday, authorities said.

  • 2 Indian-origin academicians win maths global prizes

    New York:  Two Indian-origin academicians have won prestigious global prizes in the field of mathematics with one of them being awarded the Fields Medal — known as the “Nobel Prize of mathematics”.

  • US sending 130 military personnel to Iraq

    Washington:  US President Barack Obama has authorised sending an additional 130 military personnel to northern Iraq to access the scope of the humanitarian mission for the thousands of Yezidi minority trapped on Mt Sinjar by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

  • An able administrator Modi promises fresh engagement

    Washington: Voted to power with an absolute majority for the first time in nearly three decades, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, considered as an able administrator, promises “a fresh engagement” with the US, a latest Congressional report has said.

  • Endangered sea turtles left stranded in Gujarat

    Kolkata:  Marine conservationists are trying to rescue a group of endangered sea turtles which are stranded inside a Gujarat lake after construction of large road culverts blocked their entry into the Gulf of Kutch.