Free Press Journal
  • 15 killed, 14 injured in attack in China’s Xinjiang

    Beijing: Fifteen people were killed and 14 others injured when militants armed with knives and bombs attacked crowds at a food street in China’s restive northwestern Xinjiang province, official media reported today.

  • Shaharyar Khan

    NZ players wanted to abandon UAE series: Sources

    Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had to contact its New Zealand counterpart in order to convince the Kiwi team to continue with its series in the United Arab Emirates following the tragic death of Australian batsman Phil Hughes.

  • Will IPL lose last season’s two best performing teams?

    On a day when the sports world was mourning the tragic death of young Australian cricketer Phillip Joel Hughes, struck by a bouncer, India’s apex court told the country’s cricket chiefs not to be the pall-bearers of the game here.

  • Mohammad mufti Sayeed

    PDP leadership does not need certificate on integrity: Sayeed

    Srinagar: A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused the PDP of looting Jammu and Kashmir besides emotionally blackmailing people, party patron Mufti Muhammad Sayeed today said his party leadership does not need any certificate on its integrity.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi should clarify party’s stand on Article 370: Cong

    Jammu: Congress today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP of “taking a 360-degree turn” on Article 370 and said they should clarify their stand on the issue before the people of Jammu and Kashmir as well as rest of India.

  • Cong thanks JK people for voting in large numbers

    Jammu: Hailing people of Jammu and Kashmir for registering a record voting percentage in the first phase of Assembly elections, Congress today hoped that voters will turn up in large numbers in the remaining four phases as well.

  • Toll in Nigeria mosque attack touches 120

    Abuja: The triple bomb blasts at a mosque located within the Emir’s Palace in the northern Nigerian city of Kano have killed as many as 120 people, according to media reports Saturday.

  • Narendra Modi

    Cong takes to social media to target govt

    New Delhi: Congress today took to social media to target the government, focusing on its “U-turns” on promises over various issues since it came to power six months ago.

  • Gold slides amid easing import curbs; silver tanks

    Mumbai: Gold continued its southward journey for the fourth straight session at the domestic bullion market due to reduced demand from jewellery stockists and retailers.

  • Kristen Stewart

    Actors become isolated: Kristen Stewart

    Los Angeles: Actress Kristen Stewart says actors become “isolated” because of their fame. The 24-year-old has become one of the biggest movie stars following her portrayal of Bella Swan in the “Twilight” franchise, in which she starred with her ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson.

  • Subramanian Swamy

    Swamy meets Shiv Sena leaders

    Mumbai: A day after BJP formally commenced talks with estranged ally Shiv Sena on the its participation in the Devendra Fadvanis government, senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy today visited Sena president Uddhav Thackeray’s residence.

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    I want to make a horror film: Prabhudeva

    Mumbai: Director Prabhudeva, who is known for making action and comedy films, says he wants to try a horror flick in future.

  • One dies in Manipur bomb blast

    Imphal: A 10-year-old boy was killed in an explosion in Manipur Saturday, police said. The blast took place a day ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the state.