Free Press Journal
  • Air India

    AI gets delivery of 18 more Dreamliners

    New Delhi: National carrier Air India today took the delivery of 18 Dreamliner aircraft from US manufacturer Boeing with which it plans to scale up its Birmingham operations.

  • Shiv Sena coming up with a film on Bal Thackeray

    New Delhi: Two years after the death of Bal Thackeray, the Shiv Sena is planning to come out with a movie on its founder on his birth anniversary next month.

  • India Australia Hockey

    India lose to Australia 1-2, miss bronze medal

    Bhubaneswar: India wasted a golden opportunity to break their 32-year-old medal jinx in the Hero Champions Trophy hockey tournament after going down to Australia 1-2 in a hard-fought bronze medal play-off match of the eight-nation meet here today.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Pak working on agenda to separate J&K from India: BJP

    Jammu: Accusing Pakistan of working on its “unfinished agenda” to separate Jammu and Kashmir from India, BJP today said it is anti-separatists and will not give any concession to such forces.

  • Pak slams Parrikar on cross-border terrorism

    Islamabad: Pakistan has reacted sharply to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar’s remarks that India will have to give a strong response to cross-border terrorism emanating from this country, saying there must not be any “miscalculation” about its resolve to thwart any “aggression”.

  • Digvijay Singh

    Parrikar should stop playing ‘shadow’ CM: Digvijay Singh

    Panaji: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar should stop playing a ‘shadow’ chief minister of Goa and fully focus on his new role as the minister of a sensitive central portfolio, Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh said Sunday.

  • J-K polls: Massive turnout shows people’s trust in PM Modi, says BJP

    New Delhi: Expressing delight over the large voter turnout in the fourth phase of polling for the Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday said that the people are coming out to vote in good numbers because they trust Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • kiran-bedi

    Kiran Bedi hails PM Modi’s anti-drugs stance

    New Delhi: Former IPS officer-turned-social activist Kiran Bedi on Sunday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a transformative and educating leader, lauding his message to the youth to stay clear of narcotic substances.

  • J-K does not want coalition govt., wants to elect PDP: Mehbooba Mufti

    Mattan (Jammu and Kashmir): People’s Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday stated that the people of Jammu and Kashmir did not want to elect a coalition government, adding that the state wanted to see party leader Mufti Mohammad Sayeed as their chief minister.

  • Ask parties to not use tricolour in party flags: BJP leader to EC

    New Delhi: A BJP corporator today petitioned the Election Commission to issue orders to political parties against use of the tricolour in their party flags and also sought directions to Congress for withdrawing its ‘hand’ symbol.

  • Salman Khan upset with Karishma Tanna?

    New Delhi: Salman Khan, who often teases contestants of the popular reality show “Bigg Boss 8” when he dons the host’s hat, got upset after his joke was not taken sportingly by Karishma Tanna.

  • Indian fishermen

    Seven missing fishermen untraced, search continues

    Kolkata: Seven fishermen, who had gone missing after their trawler capsized near the Bay of Bengal in West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas, were still untraced even as search operations continued Sunday, an official said.


    Use social media, but exercise caution: Home ministry to officials

    New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government may have been encouraging its officials to use social media in disseminating information about its policies and programmes, but it also wants them to exercise caution in view of the heightened threat of cyber snooping.

  • Misbah Ul Haq

    Misbah to miss remaining ODIs against New Zealand

    Sharjah (UAE): Pakistan cricket captain Misbah-ul-Haq will miss the next three matches of the ongoing One-Day International (ODI) series against New Zealand as he suffered a hamstring injury during the second ODI Friday.

  • Less mobile towers, low spectrum cause of call drops

    Kochi: Call drops are a recurring problem for phone users and even Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, addressing a telecom conference here Sunday over phone, became a victim. Experts blame lower spectrum availability and less telecom towers for this daily menace.

  • India to be greeted with a green top at the Gabba

    Brisbane: After a close encounter at the Adelaide Oval in which the Australian team managed a 48-run win over India, the visitors will now be greeted with a green top at the Gabba here in the second Test starting Dec 17.