Free Press Journal
  • Govt needs to consult all parties on Pak ceasefire violations

    New Delhi: Reacting to the latest ceasefire violation by Pakistan, Communist Party leader Atul Anjan said on Saturday that repeated ceasefire violations by the Pakistan Army  and Rangers seem to suggest that the latter maybe itching to fight a war, and added that maybe it is time for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to call an all parties meeting and determine a plan of action to neutralise the cross-border aggression.

  • Uddhav Thackeray

    Heckling of CMs: How is Modi responsible, asks Uddhav

    Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi cannot be held responsible for the booing and heckling of non-BJP chief ministers in some states, including Maharashtra, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has said.

  • Lee Hsien Loong

    Need to manage foreign workers post-riots: Singapore PM

    Singapore: Nothwithstanding the Little India riot last year, Singapore has said that it needs to manage the “non-indigenous population” in a way that it can bear over a long term, as the foreign workers were an integral part of the country’s workforce.

  • Tiger Shroff

    Second film as important as first: Tiger Shroff

    Mumbai:  After getting noticed for his stunts in his debut film “Heropanti”, actor Tiger Shroff, who was recently honoured by the Kukkiwon – World Taekwondo Headquarters in Seoul, is geared up for more daredevilry in his second film as he feels it’s “as important, if not more important” than one’s first movie.

  • UPSC protest in delhi

    SC refuses to postpone UPSC exam

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Saturday rejected a plea for the postponement of the UPSC preliminary examination in the wake of a controversy over the aptitude test.

  • pranab mukherjee

    Help develop cutting edge technologies: President to IITs

    New Delhi:  President Pranab Mukherjee has called upon IITs to play a pivotal role in India’s endeavour to develop newer, cutting edge technologies and utilise them to create in-house technology solutions for domestic requirements.

  • NSA invoked against gangrape accused in Muzaffarnagar

    Muzaffarnagar:  Authorities have slapped the stringent National Security Act against three accused arrested in Dulhera gang rape case in June that had sparked communal tension here.

  • Famed Galapagos tortoise ‘Pepe the Missionary’ dies

    Quito:  “Pepe the Missionary,” a giant tortoise who rose to fame as one of the most photographed animals on Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands, has died at age 60, officials have said.

  • Canadian PM bans Chinese media from Arctic trip

    Toronto:  Canada has banned journalists with China’s official news agency and the Communist Party newspaper from joining Prime Minister Stephen Harper on an Arctic trip, prompting complaints by Chinese reporters who say they’re being discriminated against.