Free Press Journal
  • Mass spotting of UFO in skies near NASA

    New York: Several people reported seeing a ring of blinking lights in the sky in Texas during a recent lightning storm and have claimed that it was a UFO.

  • Senior figure admits Hamas role in Israeli teen killings

    Jerusalem:  A senior Hamas official has admitted the militant group’s involvement in the kidnapping and murders of three Israeli youngsters which sparked off the current violence in Gaza, contrary to the outfit’s earlier claims that it had nothing to do with the killings.

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    India-Arab bond important, extremism a cause of concern:Swaraj

    New Delhi: Amid escalation in violence in a number of Gulf countries, India today expressed deep concern over the rise of fanaticism, extremism and terrorism in parts of the Arab region, saying they are tearing apart the fabric of societies as well as affecting regional stability.

  • US offers USD 30 mln reward for info on top Haqqani commanders

    Washington:  The US has offered a bounty of USD 30 million for information leading to the location of top five leaders of the Pakistan-based dreaded Haqqani network, which is blamed for several attacks in Afghanistan, including on the Indian missions in the war-torn country.

  • Cong backs Maha CM on decision to skip PM’s event

    Mumbai: Congress today said it supported Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan’s decision not to attend the events with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Nagpur, saying the “decision is right considering the way chief ministers are treated in PM’s events.”

  • Govt taking steps to professionalise PSU bank management: FM

    New Delhi: Concerned over instances of corruption in the PSU banks, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said that government is taking steps to professionalise the management and help them strengthen their risk management system.

  • SC notice to centre over governors’ dismissal

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Thursday issued notice to the central government on a petition filed by Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi challenging the procedure followed in securing his resignation in the wake of BJP coming to power.

  • Patients have right to get medical records from hospitals

    New Delhi: Patients have a right to get their medical records from hospitals and the Health Ministry should issue instructions to ensure that such documents are not denied, the Law Ministry said today.

  • Arunachal gets award for devolution of power to Panchayats

    Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh has been chosen for national award for devolution of powers to the three-tier panchayati raj system under the Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Sashastikaran Abhiyan (RGPSA) for the years 2013 and 2014.

  • Arjun Kapoor denies back injury rumours

    Mumbai:  ‘2 States’ star Arjun Kapoor has quashed rumours that he injured his back on the sets of his upcoming film ‘Tevar’, saying he is doing fine.

  • Woman dumped by govt hospital

    Barasat (WB): A 45-year-old woman, dumped by the wayside at Jagatdal in North 24 Parganas district by an ambulance driver of a state-run hospital where she was admitted for treatment, died at another hospital.

  • abhay deol

    Abhay Deol to host TV show ‘Gumrah’

    New Delhi:  Actor-producer Abhay Deol will again be seen on the small screen as the host of “Gumrah – End of Innocence” season 4. He hopes the stories will educate parents, families and also the youth.

  • Soren too hooted by crowds in Modi’s presence

    Ranchi: After Maharashtra and Haryana Chief Ministers, it was the turn of Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren to be hooted by crowds in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a function here today to inaugurate a power project.

  • Kapil Sharma

    Kapil Sharma to shoot ‘Comedy Nights…’ in Dubai

    Mumbai : The small screen’s popular funnyman Kapil Sharma is set to take his much-loved show “Comedy Nights With Kapil” overseas. He will shoot a special episode in Dubai.