Free Press Journal
  • Diwali: Firemen ready for any eventuality in cyclone-hit Vizag

    Visakhapatnam: Fire officials in the cyclone-ravaged Visakhapatnam are fully geared up to meet any eventuality in view of dry and combustible debris lying strewn on streets in various parts of the port city including fallen and uprooted trees.

  • Kashmiri Alliance in UK plans counter-protest

    London: An alliance of ‘Kashmiri nationalist parties’ based in the UK have decided to go on hunger strike to counter an anti-India rally planned here on Sunday.

  • Rajapaksa orders release of 29 Indian fishermen

    Rajapaska disturbed by terrorist attack in Canada

    Colombo: Countries across the globe should unite as equal partners to fight the menace of terrorism, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa said today noting that even countries like Canada are not spared.

  • Man arrested after jumping White House fence

    Washington: A 23-year-old man climbed over the White House fence and was quickly arrested as he fought two Secret Service dogs, in a second such incident in less than a month at one of the world’s heavily guarded buildings.

  • Pakistan says India constructing bunkers close to border

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s foreign office Thursday said Indian forces under the cover of unprovoked firing were engaged in constructing bunkers in locations within five hundred metres of the working boundary.

  • 2 paramilitary soldiers killed in roadside blast in Pak

    Karachi: Two paramilitary soldiers were killed and six others injured today when their vehicle was targeted with a remote controlled bomb in Pakistan’s southwestern province of Balochistan.

  • MIA records 4 pc growth in passenger traffic

    Mangalore: The Mangalore International Airport (MIA) has recorded a four per cent growth in passenger traffic during the first six months of the current fiscal.

  • Proud to become first Pakistani to score ton: Younis Khan

    Johannesburg: Pakistani veteran batsman Younis Khan has said that he was proud to become the first Pakistani to score a hundred against all nine Test opponents and equaling the record of most hundreds for his country on Wednesday.

  • PCB extends remedial work on Ajmal

    Karachi: After claiming just a few days back that suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal was ready to undergo independent tests on his new bowling action, Pakistan Cricket Board has now decided to extend the remedial work on his action for another 15 days.

  • Pakistan press on despite losing Misbah

    Dubai: Pakistan continued to bat solidly despite losing skipper Misbah-ul Haq as they reached 328-5 at lunch on the second day of the first cricket Test against Australia here today.

  • Narendra Modi

    Share sense of outrage with Canadian people over Parl attack: Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that India, which has experienced a horrific terrorist attack on its Parliament, can share the sense of outrage among Canadian people over the attack on their Parliament and assured that his government was committed to strengthening bilateral cooperation for combating terrorism.

  • Bangalore police still looking for child’s attacker

    Bangalore: Police are sweating out to find vital clues in the alleged sexual assault of a three-year-old child in an elite school here Oct 21 as protests and public pressure intensified Thursday for nabbing the suspects.

  • Oomen Chandy

    Kerala to speed up land acquisition for NH development

    Thiruvanathapuram: Congress-led UDF government in Kerala today decided to assure the Centre that it would acquire and handover necessary land to NHAI for developing National Highway stretches at a width of 45 metres.

  • Jaipur police launches drive against Bangladeshi migrants

    Jaipur: Jaipur police has launched a drive against Bangladeshi migrants, living here illegally and under fake names, after some of them were allegedly found involved in a dacoity case recently in posh Vaishali Nagar locality.

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