Free Press Journal
  • Dhyan Chand

    Dhyan Chand deserves Bharat Ratna: Milkha Singh

    Chandigarh: While reiterating that Major Dhyan Chand should be conferred the Bharat Ratna, legendary athlete Milkha Singh conveyed his congratulations to former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and late freedom fighter-educationist Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya on being named for India’s highest civilian honour.

  • Mario Balotelli

    Liverpool not keen on letting Balotelli go

    London: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists he will not let go of Italian striker Mario Balotelli in the January transfer window.

  • Captain Dhoni rewrites record for most stumpings in world cricket

    Melbourne: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni broke the world record for most number of stumpings in international cricket after he effected his 134th dismissals on day two of the third cricket Test against Australia here today.

  • Neil Warnock

    Crystal Palace sack manager Neil Warnock

    London: Neil Warnock was Saturday sacked as the manager of Crystal Palace after just four months in charge at Selhurst Park.

  • Snow delays flights, brings roads to standstill across UK

    London: Heavy snowfall and winter storms have swept parts of the UK, resulting in flight delays and closing of roads leaving dozens of passengers stranded. The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning across the whole of the UK as temperatures are set to plunge. They said temperatures could drop as low as -10 degree Celsius at the start of next week.

  • Malaysia Floods

    7 killed, 132,000 flee worst Malaysia floods in decades

    Kuala Lumpur: At least seven people have been killed and over 132,000 fled their homes in one of the worst floods in Malaysia’s history as authorities struggled in their rescue efforts amid power outages and destruction of roads.

  • Airstrikes, Pakistan, terrorist

    39 terrorists killed in Pakistan airstrikes

    Islamabad: At least 39 suspected militants were killed in airstrikes by military fighter jets in the Dattakhel area of North Waziristan Tribal Agency, media reported Saturday.

  • China

    China tries to pacify Vietnam over the South China Sea dispute

    Beijing: As it faces an international lawsuit over the South China Sea maritime dispute, China has tried to pacify Vietnam, another claimant of the contested waters, with an assurance to settle it through dialogue and substantial cooperation in various fields.

  • Manohar Lal Khattar

    Haryana CM Khattar receiving over 500 complaints every hour

    Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said he has been receiving over 500 complaints every hour from people across the state and responsibility of concerned officers have been fixed to redress them in a time-bound manner.

  • Dawood Ibrahim

    India asks Pakistan to hand over Dawood Ibrahim

    New Delhi: The government Saturday said it has asked Pakistan to hand over the “country’s most wanted” and 1993 Mumbai blasts’ mastermind Dawood Ibrahim to it.

  • 7-year-old sexually abused by teenager

    Ramanathapuram: A seven-year-old girl was allegedly sexually abused by a 14-year-old boy near here, police said today.

  • Criminal on bail arrested for murder of government employee

    Jaipur: A dreaded criminal out of jail on bail and another man has been arrested here in connection with the murder of a government employee in Nangal Jesa Bohra area of the city, a senior police official said.

  • Ashish Khetan

    AAP will give special status to villages: Ashish Khetan

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party will give special status to villages and review some clauses of the Delhi Land Reforms Act if it comes to power in the upcoming Delhi assembly elections.

  • White tiger dies suffering snake bite

    Indore: A white tiger today died after being bitten by a highly venomous cobra at the Kamala Nehru zoo here.