Free Press Journal
  • Leopard found dead in Baghpat

    Baghpat (UP): An adult leopard was found dead in the jungle of Hisabada village here, a forest official said today.

  • Dr.Jitendra Singh releases Calendar 2015 depicting North East festivals

    New Delhi : Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Prime MInister’s Office and DoNER Dr. Jitendra Singh has released a calendar for the year 2015 that showcases various festivals celebrated in the eight North Eastern states of India.

  • Narendra Modi

    PM Narendra Modi greets nation on New Year

    New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted the nation on New Year, wishing that it brings immense happiness, peace and prosperity to everyone.

  • RAJNATH SINGH

    ‘Pakistan will come to right path one day’, says Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi : Reacting to reports of fresh ceasefire violations by Pakistan in the Samba Sector of Jammu and Kashmir, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that diplomats of both the nations are holding regular talks over the issue and added that he was sure that the country would come to the right path one day.

  • India, Pakistan exchange list of nuclear facilities

    New Delhi :  India and Pakistan today exchanged the list of their nuclear installations under a bilateral agreement that bars them from attacking each other’s atomic facilities.

  • Cold wave, UP shivers, Dense fog

    Cold wave recedes in UP on New Year’s Day

    Lucknow :  The cold wave lost some of its bite on the first day of the New Year Thursday, as the temperature climbed a few notches. However, more than four dozen trains were delayed due to overnight fog.

  • Ashok Prasad appointed special secretary in MHA

    New Delhi: Senior IPS officer Ashok Prasad has been appointed as the new Special Secretary of Home Ministry’s crucial Internal Security division, a post which was vacant after Prakash Mishra was appointed as head of CRPF.

  • Sandra Mitchell

    UNRWA gets new deputy commissioner-general

    United  Nations : UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has named Sandra Mitchell of the US as the new deputy commissioner-general of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).

  • Storm, Philippines

    Tropical storm leaves 54 dead as it exits Philippines

    Manila:  Tropical storm Jiangmi exited the Philippines today, leaving at least 54 dead and 13 missing from floods and landslides as officials said greater measures could have been taken to prepare for the deluge.

  • Myanmar committed to hold free, fair elections

    Yangon:  Myanmar President U Thein Sein, in his New Year message Thursday, has reiterated the country’s pledge to hold free and fair general elections in 2015.

  • Activist arrests revive US-Cuba tensions

    Havana:  A Cuban crackdown on dissident activists caused a new rift with the United States, the first diplomatic scuffle since this month’s historic announcement of a renewal in ties.

  • Four crew injured in Malaysia relief helicopter crash

    Kuala Lumpur:  A police helicopter carrying aid to displaced flood victims in northeastern Malaysia has crashed, injuring four crew members, a police official said today as flood waters continued to recede.

  • Awami League counters two-day strike call of Jamaat-e-Islami

    Dhaka : Supporters of Bangladesh’s ruling Awami League poured onto the streets here on Wednesday to defy a two-day strike called by Jamaat-e-Islami party, which was protesting against the death sentence given to one of its leaders by the war crimes tribunal.

  • Israel convicts Hamas militant for killing Jewish teens

    Jerusalem:  An Israeli military tribunal Wednesday convicted Hussam Hassan Kawasme, a Hamas operative, of masterminding the abduction and murder of three Jewish teenagers in the West Bank in June.