Free Press Journal
  • Nepal earthquake

    Hundreds of foreigners still stranded in quake-hit Nepal

    Kathmandu: A large number of foreign nationals including Dutch, Israelis and at least around 1,000 Canadians are still stranded in parts of Nepal, a week after the earthquake battered the Himalayan nation.

  • Jitendra Singh

    Jammu Kashmir govt will take action against waving of Pakistan flags

    Jammu: Union Minister Jitendra Singh today condemned the waving of Pakistani flags at Hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s rally and said he was confident that the Mufti Mohammad Sayeed government would rise to the occasion and take steps to ensure such incidents do not recur.

  • Britney Spears

    Britney Spears shares image of injured leg

    Los Angeles: Singer Britney Spears hurt herself on stage and shared a photograph of her injured leg with her fans and well-wishers.

  • 52 civilians dead in coalition strikes in Syria: monitor

    Beirut :  US-led strikes targeting the Islamic State group killed at least 52 civilians in northern Syria, a monitor said, but the Pentagon said it could not confirm the report. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor also reported deadly violence elsewhere in Syria, including a rebel rocket attack Saturday that killed 15 civilians and wounded dozens in Aleppo.

  • tony abbott

    Bodies of Australians executed in Indonesia arrive home

    Sydney: Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he was confident Australia could restore its relationship with Indonesia despite anger over the execution of two drug convicts, whose bodies reportedly returned home Saturday.

  • Nepal, Tremors

    Two minor tremors felt in Nepal

    Kathmandu: Nepal’s National Seismological Centre said two minor tremors were recorded early on Saturday with the epicentres in Sindhupalchok and Dolakha districts.

  • 44 bonded labourers, mostly children and women, rescued in MP

    Morena (MP): 44 alleged bonded labourers, including 21 children and 12 women, who were working in a brick kiln were rescued by the district administration from Sabalgarh tehsil, a senior official said today.

  • AAP protest, Punjab

    AAP leaders protest, burn effigies of Badal over Moga bus case

    Moga : AAP activists today took out a march and burnt effigies of Punjab Chief Minister Badal protesting against the death of a teenage girl who was molested and thrown off a moving bus belonging to his family.

  • Neymer

    I hope Neymar surpasses me: Ronaldo

    Rio de Janerio: Brazil football great Ronaldo said he hopes Neymar overtakes his scoring records at both club and international level.

  • Usain Bolt

    Relay king Usain Bolt ready to hit new highs

    Nassau (Bahamas): Jamaican sprint sensation Usain Bolt is back from an injury-blighted season and fully ready to soar to the heights that saw him set world records in both the 100 and 200m. The six-time Olympic gold track medallist skipped a large part of last season with a nagging foot injury, but said he was gearing up nicely towards defending his sprint titles at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing in August.

  • Sam Smith

    Haven’t spoken in three days: Sam Smith

    Los Angeles: Grammy-winning singer Sam Smith, who was forced to cancel his Australian tour due to vocal exhaustion, has reached out to his fans through Instagram.

  • Delhi DareDevils

    Resurgent Daredevils look to avenge defeat against Rajasthan

    Mumbai: A resurgent Delhi Daredevils, who have risen up the league table after an inconsistence show in the early phase, will look to build a winning momentum when they take on Rajasthan Royals in their IPL cricket match at the Brabourne Stadium here tomorrow.

  • Sanju Samson

    My dismissal changed the game: Sanju Samson

    Mumbai: Young Kerala batsman Sanju Samson said that the over in which he and Karun Nair were dismissed off successive deliveries bowled by Mitchell McClenaghan was the turning point of his side Rajasthan Royals’ eight-run defeat in the IPL cricket match against Mumbai Indians here.