Free Press Journal
  • Himmat App

    Rajnath Singh launches women safety mobile app ‘Himmat’

    New Delhi : Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday launched India’s first integrated mobile application for women safety called ‘Himmat’, in the presence of Delhi Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi and Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung.

  • We want stable government in Kashmir, says BJP

    Jammu:  The BJP said Thursday that it was committed to forming a stable government in Jammu and Kashmir and said talks on sewing up a coalition with the PDP were set to begin.

  • rashid alvi

    Congress pulls up NDA Government for failing to end ceasefire violations by Pakistan

    New Delhi : The Congress on Thursday criticized the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA Government for failing to stop the ceasefire violations from across the border, and added that such activities by Pakistan have increased in pace since the new government took charge over seven months ago.

  • Imran Khan’s PTI looks to resume protests against Pakistan Government

    New Delhi : Imran Khan and his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) party plan to resume protests as he feels that the Nawaz Sharif-led government continues to drag its feet over the setting up of a judicial commission to investigate the alleged rigging of the May 2013 general elections.

  • Petra Kvitova

    Petra Kvitova named Right to Play ambassador

    Hong Kong :  Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has been named global ambassador for Right To Play, an organisation that educates and empowers more than one million children around the world through sports.

  • Virat Kohli

    Oz to continue sledging India’s new Test skipper Virat Kohli

    London : Australian coach and selector Darren Lehmann has said that the rival team’s new skipper Virat Kohli has not seen anything yet in terms of sledging, signaling that upcoming Sydney Test could see more fierce verbal attack on Indian captain.

  • A.K.Mital appointed Railway Board chairman

    New Delhi : A.K.Mital has been appointed as new chairman of the Railway Board and also as ex-officio principal secretary to the government.

  • Ved Pratap Vaidik

    ‘PK’ is against religious frauds : Ved Pratap Vaidik

    New Delhi:  As Hindu right-wing groups continue their protests over “PK”, veteran journalist and activist Ved Pratap Vaidik says people are opposing the Aamir Khan movie because of a “misunderstanding” and they should watch it before going against it as the movie is actually against religious frauds and people who have made a business out of religion and are conning ordinary people.