Free Press Journal
  • Four Jews Killed In Hostage Crisis To Be Buried In Israel

    Jerusalem  : Four Jewish hostages killed in the terror attack on a Kosher supermarket in Paris will be laid to rest at a cemetery here on Tuesday, even as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appealed to French Jews to immigrate to Israel and promised a “warm” welcome.

  • Teen In Shock After Wrongly Linked To Attack

    Charleville-Mezieres (France) : Mourad Hamyd describes himself as a normal 18-year-old who lives with his parents but on the day France was gripped by the Charlie Hebdo massacre, he became known as “the third suspect” — even though he was in class at the time of the shooting, reports AFP.

  • Croatia Votes In Presidential Run-Off

    Presidential Candidate Of The Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic Votes At A Polling Station On The Second Run Of The Presidential Elections In Zagreb . Kitarovic Is Facing Current Croatian President Ivo Josipovic For Mandate At Sixth Presidential Election Since Croatia Gained Independence.

  • Seeking apology from Mishra, NSUI leaders continue resigning

    BHOPAL : The National Students Union of India (NSIU) has demanded apology from MPCC key spokesman KK Mishra for his alleged statement about accepting resignation of the organisation’s office-bearers saying that he fuelled the anger of NSUI workers seeking civic election tickets.

  • Globe Trotting

    Gurdwara Vandalised With Obscene Graffiti In Canada

  • Gujarat Summit: India Inc Commits Rs 1.6 Lk Cr Investments, 50k Jobs

    Reliance Would Invest Rs 1 Lakh Cr In Digital, Retail, Oil & Gas And Other Existing Projects While Adani Plans To Set Up A Solar Park In Guj For Rs 25,000 Cr; Mukesh Ambani Says Modi’s “Make In India And Digital India Programmes” Have Energised India India

  • Us Slams N Korea Offer On N-Tests As Implicit Threat

    Munich :  The United States slammed an offer by North Korea to suspend future nuclear tests temporarily if Washington cancels military drills with the South as an “implicit threat.”                 Pyongyang was “inappropriately” linking routine military exercises between Washington and Seoul to the possibility of a nuclear test, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said, reports AFP.

  • Tata-Led JLR To Add 1,300 Jobs In UK

    London : Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is set to announce 1,300 new jobs at its UK plant to build a new car model, as the upmarket manufacturer enters the booming sports utility vehicle (SUV) segment.  The additional workforce, intended for its Solihull plant in the West Midlands region of England, coincides with Jaguar’s entry into the SUV sector with a new model.

  • Clarke to lead Australia in WC, Ryan Harris ignored

    Sydney: Desperate to have the inspirational but injury-ravaged Michael Clarke during next month’s ODI World Cup, Australia on Sunday named him as the skipper of their 15-member cricket squad for the marquee event and gave him time until February 21 to prove his fitness.

  • Indefatigable spirit wins over physical disability

    BHOPAL : The spirit and smartness of the visually impaired navigators stunned everyone in the blind car rally on Sunday. Arushi – an NGO working for the disabled kids – organised the 9th blind car rally in the city on Sunday. Home minister Babulal Gaur flagged off the rally at DB Mall at 9.30am. The visually impaired navigators guided the drivers. 55 children participated in the event. It was not the speed

  • India bright spot in global economy: WB

    Gandhinagar: The World Bank on Sunday said India can grow at 6.4 per cent in 2015 and accelerate further next year, but cautioned that an enduring “bias” on the basis of caste and other factors can impede prosperity.

  • Govt To Auction 69 Marginal Oil Fields: Pradhan

    Greater Noida (UP)  : The government plans to auction 69 small and marginal oil and gas fields to private firms on a new revenue sharing model, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on the sidelines of Geo India 2015 conference.

  • Pakistan open to playing ‘home’ series in India

    Karachi: PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan said today that Pakistan would not completely rule out playing its ‘home’ series against India later this year on Indian soil if the financial returns for the cricket board were as desired by them.

  • How To Play The Current Market Situation

    Let’s say hypothetically you have taken exposure to both the US and the Indian stock markets. Now, as it turns out, while your Indian investments are doing exceedingly well, the US portfolio is suffering acute losses. What is the most obvious action that you would take? You will book profits in India in order to make up for the US loss. This in a nutshell is what is happening currently. The only

  • Chhattisgarh NEWS

    Health Minister Visits AIMS, Raipur

  • Unavailability of stamps results in affidavit costing Rs 100

    Dewas : Stamps costing Rs 50 and Rs 100 are not available at District Headquarter. The stamp vendors said that the stamps are given by Treasury after one month of the Indent submission. The stamps costing Rs 5 are no longer printed. Some vendors have stamps costing Rs 5, 10 and 20 with them in stock. The government has made stamp worth Rs 50 on affidavit thus a single affidavit is costing

  • “There Should Be Nothing Of Me In My Character”

    You like it or you hate it, but you definitely can’t ignore it. That’s the kind of response superstar Aamir Khan’s recent film PK received from the viewers. Aamir is seen playing the character of an alien who questions the concept of religious blind-faith and Godmen.

  • Tamil Nadu NEWS

    Sugarcane Price Fixed At Rs 2,650 Per Tonne