Free Press Journal
  • Sensex logs first drop in 9 days, falls after hitting new high

    Mumbai The benchmark Sensex today hit all-time high of 29,786.32 but ended 11.86 points down at 29,559.18, its first drop in nine sessions, on profit-booking in capital goods, metal and auto shares ahead of the outcome of US Federal Reserve policy meeting.

  • ISIS appoints former Taliban commander as its Af-Pak chief

    Islamabad: Dreaded Islamic State militant group has appointed a breakaway Taliban commander as its chief in Khurasan, a historic name used by militants for an area covering Afghanistan, Pakistan and parts of India.

  • PDP, BJP

    BJP, PDP leaders meet Guv over govt formation in JK

    Jammu: PDP and BJP may be heading towards forming a coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir with leaders of both the parties apprising Governor N N Vohra separately about progress in their talks even as they prepared for a tie-up in the coming Rajya Sabha elections.

  • Lalu Prasad Yadav

    Obama’s speech revealed Modi’s true colours: Lalu

    Patna: RJD chief Lalu Prasad today hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying his “divisive politics” was so apparent that the country, which gave Mahatma Gandhi to the world, is being sermonised by US President Barack Obama on the importance of religious tolerance.

  • Rajnath-Singh

    India wants border issue resolution with China with ‘honesty’

    Kanpur: Asserting that it has no territorial ambitions, India today said it wants to resolve all issues with China with “honesty” and asked it to come forward to end the “perceptional differences” over the border.

  • Gogoi for skill development

    Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today directed officials to accelerate efforts for skill development to minimise the gap of demand and supply in the employment generation sector.

  • voters app

    22 per cent voters names in Delhi need deletion: NGO

    New Delhi: Delhi’s voters list is riddled with gross errors and names of at least 22 per cent of the 1.33 total electorates require deletion, an NGO claimed today citing its survey, less than two weeks ahead of the crucial assembly polls in the city.

  • Mumbai attack case: Pak ATC adjourns trial till Feb 3

    Islamabad: Prosecution in the 2008 Mumbai attack today failed to produce the record of the case involving seven suspects, including mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, forcing Pakistan’s new anti-terrorism court to adjourn the hearing till February 3.

  • Ethnic Indian killed in police custody, Malaysian court says

    Kuala Lumpur: A Malaysian court today ruled that the death of a jobless ethnic Indian man in police custody in 2013 was due to injuries after being physically assaulted by fellow inmates and cops on duty.

  • MLAs asked to ensure proper implementation of projects

    Naharlagun: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Lt Gen (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma today asked MLAs to spend more time in their constituencies to ensure that all state and central projects are implemented properly.