Free Press Journal
  • amrinder singh

    Capt Amarinder expresses solidarity with BSF, condemns Akalis maligning act

    Amritsar: Congress leader Captain Amarinder Singh today condemned the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) for attempting to malign the image of the Border Security Force (BSF), saying it has come at an inappropriate time when the force was fighting the ceasefire violations carried out from across the border.

  • Tunisia suggests UN-controlled operation in Libya

    Paris: Tunisia’s prime minister would support a UN-supervised counter-terrorism operation by Mediterranean countries to end the violence and anarchy in Libya but said he opposed other forms of foreign intervention in that country.

  • Robin Uthappa

    Ranji: Uthappa’s century puts Karnataka on top

    Hubli (Karnataka): Batsman Robin Uthappa slammed a brilliant 156 (202b, 23b, 1×6) as defending champions Karnataka took command of their Group A Ranji Trophy league match against Jammu and Kashmir who, trailing by 243 runs in the first innings, were 37 for one in their second essay at close of play on the second day, here Tuesday.

  • NIA chief in Assam, to visit violence-hit areas Wednesday

    Guwahati: NIA chief Sharad Kumar reached Assam Tuesday to take stock of the central agency’s probe into the recent violence in Assam that left 81 people dead and over two lakh homeless.

  • Mohun Bagan exit Fed Cup with win

    Vasco: Defender Kingshuk Debnath scored a 74-minute goal to help Mohun Bagan bow out of the Federation Cup football tournament with a 1-0 win against Shillong Lajong at the Tilak Maidan here Tuesday.

  • Maruti Suzuki, Hyundia increase prices

    New Delhi: The country’s largest automobile companies in terms of passenger car sales Tuesday hiked prices on account of the government’s decision to withdraw excise duty concessions and increase in input costs.

  • Coal output hit as five-day strike begins

    New Delhi/Kolkata: Coal production in India was hit Tuesday as hundreds of thousands of coal workers started a five-day strike against alleged moves towards commercial mining of the fuel.

  • AIFF offers Constantine India coach’s job

    New Delhi: Former Indian national men’s football team coach Stephen Constantine was offered the top job for the second time by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) Tuesday.

  • Iran marks 40-km red zone inside Iraq to stop IS

    Tehran: Iran has marked a 40-km red zone inside the Iraqi border to thwart any infiltration attempt into its soil by the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group, an Iranian army commander said Tuesday.

  • Respond to AAP’s posters removal complaint: HC to government

    New Delhi:  The Delhi High Court Tuesday asked the city government to respond to a plea filed by the AAP challenging the move of removing the party’s posters from houses of people willing to put them up.

  • Samsung unveils Galaxy A5, A3, E7, E5 in India

    New Delhi: Samsung India Tuesday launched four mid-segment smartphones – Galaxy A5, Galaxy A3, Galaxy E7 and Galaxy E5, a company statement said here.

  • Sony CEO breaks silence on cyber-attack

    Las Vegas: Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai has broken his silence on the hacking of the corporation’s computer systems which has been blamed on North Korea, describing the attack as “vicious and malicious”.

  • Reliance Industries: CLSA ups target by 33 percent, retains ‘buy’

    Mumbai: Describing Reliance Industries (RIL) stock as the best growth in global large oils at discounted valuation, global brokerage CLSA Tuesday maintained “buy” on the stock, raising its target price to Rs.1,250, which is 33 percent higher than current levels.

  • 2 militants killed, 1 arrested in Manipur

    Imphal/Kolkata: Two militants were today killed in an encounter with police personnel in Bishenpur district and another militant of ZUF arrested in Tamenglong district of Manipur.

  • Inquiry ordered into clash between cattle smugglers,SSB jawans

    New Delhi: An inquiry has been ordered into a clash and firing incident between cattle smugglers and troopers of border guarding force SSB which led to the killing of a civilian while over a dozen others, including 11 jawans, were injured along the Indo-Nepal border.