Free Press Journal
  • Guerrillas killed, kashmir

    Pakistan says no hand in Kashmir attacks

    Islamabad: Pakistan today reacted sharply to India’s assertion that terrorists from across the border were responsible for the recent deadly attacks in Kashmir and that Islamabad’s support to Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed was nothing short of “mainstreaming of terrorism”.

  • Most French voters reject Hollande’s economic policy: Poll

    Paris:  A large majority of French voters opposed President Francois Hollande’s economic roadmap which he claimed would kickstart a feeble economic growth and create enough jobs for millions of job-seekers, according to a survey released Monday.

  • No motive to oppose Posco project: BJD MLA

    Bhubaneswar: Dambaru Sisa, an MLA of Odisha’s ruling Biju Janata Dal, Monday said he is not opposing the Posco project, which aims to mine iron ore from Khandadhar hills in Sundargarh district.

  • Child Care

    2014 devastating year for children: Unicef

    Geneva: The year 2014 has been “devastating” for children, as millions of them were exposed to armed conflicts, Ebola outbreak and torture, the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) said Monday.

  • Parliament passes bill for amending SC list

    New Delhi: Parliament Monday passed a constitutional amendment bill to add more communities to the existing list of Scheduled Castes in many states.

  • Three arrested for Ghaziabad robbery

    Ghaziabad: Three men have been arrested here on charges of robbing a finance company of cash and jewellery worth Rs.27 lakh last month, police said Monday.

  • Delhi Police officer’s son found dead in car

    New Delhi: The 26-year-old son of a Delhi Police sub-inspector was found dead inside his car, with a gunshot wound in his head, police said Monday.

  • Khloe Kardashian , Lamar Odom

    Khloe Kardashian still in love with Lamar Odom

    Los Angeles: Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian is still in love with her husband Lamar Odom, despite separating and filing for divorce last December.

  • Tussle for posts of leader of opposition in Maharashtra

    Nagpur: A tussle broke out between former allies of 15 years, the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), over the post of leader of opposition in the upper and lower houses of the Maharashtra legislature as the winter session of the assembly started here Monday.

  • 11 killed in fresh Ukraine clashes

    Kiev: Eastern Ukraine has suffered the worst violence in more than two weeks as fighting in the war-torn areas killed at least 11 people in the past one day, a military spokesman said here Monday.

  • Virbhadra Singh

    Himachal CM admits 207 trees cut illegally

    Dharamsala: A preliminary probe has confirmed the illegal felling of 207 trees in Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh told the state assembly Monday.

  • Bill Cosby scandal upsets Hugh Hefner

    Los Angeles: Playboy boss Hugh Hefner is “truly saddened” about allegations on actor Bill Cosby that states that he molested a young girl at the his party palace in the 1970s.

  • Eight injured in Yemen explosions

    Sanaa: At least eight people were injured Monday when five explosive devices went off in the centre of Yemen’s capital Sanaa, witnesses told Efe news agency.

  • Uber official quizzed in Delhi

    New Delhi: Delhi Police Monday questioned an official of global taxi company Uber in connection with the rape of a 25-year-old working woman in the national capital.

  • Federer, Djokovic, Nadal will continue to dominate next season: Sampras

    New Delhi: Tennis legend Pete Samapras acknowledges the shrinking gap between the top three of men’s tennis – Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal – and other players but believes they will continue to dominate the sport in the coming season.

  • Rape

    Delhi rape: political leaders criticise government

    New Delhi: Condemning the rape of a woman by a cab driver here, several political leaders Monday criticised the government and demanded tough action against the cab-provider.

  • SC refuses to implead firms, re-look coal allocation verdict

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today dismissed a batch of pleas filed by various firms including Tata Steel seeking impleadment and re-look of its earlier verdict by which allocations of 214 out of 218 coal blocks were quashed.