Free Press Journal
  • Ranji: Chand fires Delhi on top against Rajasthan

    New Delhi: Unmukt Chand hit his fifth first-class century (146 runs) and half-centuries from Mithun Manhas (53) and Sumit Narwal (59) helped Delhi seize the initiative against Rajasthan on the third and penultimate day of their Ranji encounter at the Ferozeshah Kotla here Tuesday.

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    India was voice of developing countries at Lima Conference, says Javadekar

    New Delhi: Minister of State for Environment, Forests and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday said that the recently held Climate Change Conference, which was held in the Peruvian capital Lima, decided that the needs of all nations need to be addressed in a balanced manner, adding that India played an active role in representing the voice of the developing countries.

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    Rajnath lauds PM Modi, Amit Shah for BJP’s good show in Jharkhand, J-K

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday credited both Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and party president Amit Shah for the Bharatiya Janata Party’s performance in the assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand respectively.

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    J-K polls: Omar blames floods, anti-incumbency for defeat

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday pinned the blame for the National Conference’s drubbing in the five-phased state assembly polls on the recent devastating floods and on the anti-incumbency factor.

  • Bhim Singh accuses BJP of manipulating EVMs in J-K

    New Delhi: Panthers Party chief Bhim Singh on Tuesday claimed that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had manipulated Electronic Voting Machines to gain votes in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • National security facing technological challenges, says Avinash Chander

    New Delhi: While India has great potential for economic and individual growth, the country is facing challenges on both external and internal fronts as India is in the hub of a turbulent region, said Scientific Adviser to the Defence Minister and DRDO Director General Dr. Avinash Chander while delivering the 27th Intelligence Bureau Centenary Endowment Lecture here today.

  • Ankita, Prarthana in women’s tennis second round

    Pune: Ankita Raina and Prarthana Thombare entered the second round of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) women’s $25,000 tennis tournament at the Deccan Gymkhana here Tuesday.

  • Antibodies of llamas can counteract HIV: Experts

    London:  British scientists found that the antibodies of llamas can be effective in neutralising a series of viruses, including HIV, the PLOS Pathogens magazine reported.

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    ‘PK’ crosses Rs.100 crore in four days

    New Delhi: Rajkumar Hirani’s directorial “PK” has minted more than Rs.100 crore in four days in India and the “overwhelming” response has moved the movie’s actress Anushka Sharma.

  • Bhatt compares Khamoshiyan’s new song to ‘Tum hi ho’

    New Delhi: “Tum hi ho” from Vishesh Films’ “Aashiqui 2” became an anthem in 2013 and the banner’s co-owner Mahesh Bhatt says “Tu har lamha” from their forthcoming production “Khamoshiyan” will have a similar impact.

  • IMF raises global growth to 0.7 percent in 2015

    Washington: Oil prices will remain low in the future which will help boost the global economy next year between 0.3 and 0.7 percent more than the 3.8 percent planned, two economists from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have said in a report.

  • ‘Legends of India’ life achievement awards announced

    New Delhi: Theatre legend Ebrahim Alkazi, classical vocalist Prabha Atre and artist Himmat Shah will be honoured with the “Legends of India” Life Achievement Award, it was announced Tuesday.


    People voted for agenda of good governance: Rajnath

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Tuesday said his Bharatiya Janata Party’s “impressive performance” in Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir assembly elections was a “positive vote for its agenda of good governance”.

  • Iraqi cabinet approves 2015 draft budget

    Baghdad: The Iraqi cabinet Tuesday approved a $106-billion budget for the next year, with a deficit of about $19 billion, the government said.