Free Press Journal
  • Golden Globe Awards

    ‘Boyhood’, ‘Budapest’ win top honour at Golden Globes

    Los Angeles: Richard Linklater’s coming of age story ‘Boyhood’ won three trophies at the 72nd Golden Globes, including best drama and director, while Wes Anderson’s whimsical film ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ emerged as a surprise musical or comedy winner.

  • Tobacco, Smoking

    Smokers’ nicotine metabolism determines best way to quit

    Washington: The effectiveness of a nicotine patch or pills in helping smokers quit may depend on how quickly they metabolise the nicotine in their body after kicking the habit, a new study has found.

  • Election Comission

    EC meeting on Delhi polls underway

    New Delhi : A Full bench meeting of the Election Commission of India (EC) to decide the date for assembly polls in Delhi is currently underway in the national capital.

  • Nomination for Assembly polls

    Eight SP candidates files nominations for LC elections

    Lucknow:  All eight Samajwadi party candidates today filed their nominations for the UP legislative council election here in which the ruling party is likely to have a smooth sailing.

  • Spot Analysis: Wither Vibrant India?

    Gandhinagar: Gujarat seems to be continuing on its path of progress, with the success of the Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2015, being held in Gandhinagar from January 11 to 13.

  • Kashmir, Ladakh still in grip of intense cold

    Srinagar:  The intense cold wave conditions continued across Jammu and Kashmir Monday as the minimum temperatures remained much below the freezing point in the Kashmir Valley and the Ladakh region.

  • Robbery bid on train foiled by passengers, 2 held

    Muzaffarnagar (UP):  Two persons were arrested after alert passengers foiled a loot attempt by them in Shamli-Saharanpur passenger train, police said today.

  • Peshawar tragedy, students, killed, taliban

    Terror-hit Peshawar school resumes classes

    Islamabad: The army-run Peshawar school which was ravaged by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan a few weeks ago resumed its classes Monday, a media report here said.

  • Four arrested for making illegal liquor

    Rourkela (Odisha):  Four persons were arrested by excise sleuths during a raid on alleged illicit liquor traders and huge quantity of materials for preparing liquor were seized from their possession in Odisha’s Sundargarh district.

  • Firing by pakistan

    Firing exchanges rock IB

    Jammu: Pakistani Rangers and BSF troops exchanged fire along the International Border in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir, a BSF officer said today.

  • N N Vohra

    J-K Governor visits refugee camps

    Kathua (Jammu and Kashmir) : Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra paid his first visit to the Hiranagar refugee camps since Governor’s rule was implemented in the state, travelling to assess the present situation and problems being faced by the refugees.

  • paris attack rally

    Analysis: Martyrs or terror mannequins?

    Mumbai: During their brittle showdown with the French police on the outskirts of Paris, the two terrorists, holed up like mice in a culvert, had the temerity to tell the world, ‘we want to die like martyrs’.