Free Press Journal
  • Jammu Kashmir floods

    Rains pelt north, over 100 killed in Jammu & Kashmir

    New Delhi: Torrential monsoon rains continued to lash several parts of north India, including Jammu and Kashmir where over a hundred people have been killed in floods and landslides.

  • BJP scared of fresh polls in Delhi :Shakeel Ahmed

    New Delhi: Congress today hit out at BJP over its attempt to form a government in Delhi saying it shows the party was “scared” of fresh elections and suggested that Lt Governor Najeeb Jung will only do the bidding of Centre.

  • arvind kejriwal

    Possible to compromise in defamation case: Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Former chief minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal Saturday told a court here that he is planning to reach a compromise in a criminal defamation case filed against him by BJP leader Nitin Gadkari.

  • Unidentified plane spotted by Etihad flight over Mumbai

    Mumbai: An unidentified aircraft today caused a security scare in Mumbai airspace after it was spotted by an Etihad Airways flight and reported to the air traffic control (ATC) here, official sources said.

  • Ebola screening

    Sierra Leone plans three-day shutdown to stall Ebola

    Freetown: Sierra Leone is to enforce three days of “complete shutdown” across the country later this month in a bid to contain the Ebola epidemic, a government spokesman said today.

  • Ukraine truce: Government, rebels to free all captives

    Donetsk/Kiev: The militia of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic in eastern Ukraine will release all the captured Ukrainian soldiers Saturday and Kiev’s authorities have pledged to release all captives Monday, a media report said Saturday.

  • Claims processing company by four insurers under scanner

    Chennai: The plans of four government-owned general insurance companies to float a company for processing healthcare claims have hit the Competition Commission of India (CCI) hurdle, which ordered a probe into the move.

  • Saurav Ganguly

    India placed very well for the World Cup: Ganguly

    Birmingham: Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has said that the Men in Blue are peaking at the right time and are currently placed very well for the 2015 World Cup, where they will be looking to defend their 2011 title.

  • sharad pawar

    Sharad Pawar launches NCP’s poll campaign for Maharashtra

    Mumbai: NCP president Sharad Pawar here today launched his party’s campaign for the Maharashtra Assembly polls, expressing hope that the people would “elect us for the fourth consecutive term.”

  • amit shah

    Nothing immoral in BJP forming govt in Delhi: Amit Shah

    New Delhi/Jammu: With moves being made for government formation in Delhi, the BJP may be veering round to the possibility of taking a shot at power with the party President Amit Shah virtually justifying such a course of action.

  • Floods in Kashmir

    Jammu-Srinagar highway closed for third day

    Jammu:  The 300-km-long Jammu-Srinagar National Highway was closed for vehicular traffic for the third consecutive day today due to landslides at various places on the road, police said.

  • V K Singh

    Gen Singh hits back on tribunal verdict in Sukna land scam

    New Delhi: Former Army chief and Union Minister Gen VK Singh, against whom the armed forces tribunal had made some carping comments in the Sukna land scam case, today questioned the findings against him and the said the government should challenge it in a higher court.