Free Press Journal
  • David Cameron

    Cameron to hold bilateral talks with Iranian president

    London:  British Prime Minister David Cameron is to hold the first bilateral talks with an Iranian president since the 1979 revolution when he meets President Hassan Rouhani in New York, where the annual UN General Assembly meet will take place.

  • Jitu Rai

    Indian medallists at Incheon Asian Games

    Incheon: The following are the Indian medallists at the end of Day 4 of competitions at the 17th Asian Games here Tuesday:

  • Perth Scorchers looks to upset KKR

    Hyderabad:  Perth Scorchers will look to upset Kolkata Knight Riders as the two teams clash in the Champions League Twenty20 here Wednesday.

  • Sania-Cara qualify for year-end WTA finals

    St.Petersburg (US): Sania Mirza and her doubles partner Cara Black Tuesday became the fourth team to qualify for the season-ending BNP Paribas Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Finals to be held in Singapore, Oct 17-26.

  • Jet Airways

    Jet to expand international operations from November

    Mumbai: Private carrier Jet Airways today said it will expand international operations from November with a view to provide connectivity from four more Indian cities to Abu Dhabi and other international

  • A raja Kanimozhi

    2G case: Raja, Kanimozhi seek time to reply to CBI’s plea

    New Delhi: Former Telecom Minister A Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and 15 other accused facing trial in the 2G spectrum allocation case, today sought time in a Delhi court to respond to CBI’s plea for summoning some additional witnesses, including Enforcement Directorate Deputy Director Rajeshwar Singh, in the matter.

  • India start boxing campaign tomorrow

    Incheon: India start their Asian Games campaign in boxing tomorrow as the pugilists aim to match or better the record of four years ago when they managed an impressive tally of nine medals, including two gold.

  • Nrendra Modi with XI Jinping

    Country’s border security in safe hands: India

    New Delhi: Amid continuing standoff on the borders, India today said engagements with China were underway at “different levels and different places” and made it clear that the country’s border security was in safe hands.

  • Liability issue looms over N-power dialogue on Modi US visit

    New Delhi: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi heads this week to the US on his maiden trip to the country after assuming office, the visit is unlikely to bring any major breakthrough in the nuclear energy sector as the government is yet to find a solution to the liability issue.

  • India expects ‘substantive’ outcome from Modi’s US visit

    New Delhi/Washington: India is expecting a “substantive” outcome from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s high-profile US visit from September 26 during which he will have nearly 50 engagements including a bilateral meeting with President Barack Obama and a speech at the UN General Assembly.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    AAP not to contest Maha Assembly elections

    Mumbai: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will not contest the October 15 Assembly elections in Maharashtra, the party announced today.

  • Bureaucrat can’t be victimized for crtiticising govt: SC

    New Delhi: A bureaucrat cannot be victimized for criticising government before a judicial forum, as it does not amount to service misconduct, the Supreme Court has said while slapping a fine of Rs. 5 lakh on Centre and UP government for harassing an IAS officer who approached it on the black money issue.

  • Parties gear up for Assembly bypoll in Nagaland

    Kohima: Major political parties in Nagaland are gearing up to contest the ensuing bye-elections for the prestigious Northern Angami-II Assembly seat scheduled for October 15.

  • 18th Indian jailed for rioting in Singapore’s Little India

    Singapore:  A 24-year-old Indian was today sentenced to 31 months in jail and three strokes of cane for rioting and abetting others during the Little India riots, becoming the 18th Indian to be jailed for his involvement in the country’s worst street violence in 40 years.

  • RWS suffered due to unregulated extraction of ground water:CAG

    Puducherry: CAG today slammed implementation of Rural Water Supply schemes implemented by the Puducherry government to provide safe and clean drinking water to rural population, saying it suffered due to unregulated extraction of ground water and non-adoption of supply norms.

  • Airlines raise issues affecting aviation sector

    New Delhi: Top officials of Indian airlines today raised issues afflicting the aviation sector like high jet fuel cost and airport charges as the government said it would soon finalise a policy to enhance connectivity to regional destinations and remote areas.