Free Press Journal
  • Ola cabs

    Ola taxi driver held on charges of molesting Finnish girl

    Jaipur: An Ola cab driver was arrested for allegedly molesting a Finnish girl, Rajasthan Police said. The girl, who was working as an intern in a company, filed the complaint at Shastri Nagar police station here in the afternoon, alleging that the driver of the cab tried to molest her while she was travelling from a hotel to the paying guest accomodation where she resides.

  • Sensex down

    Sensex back to losing ways; plunges 563 pts to near 14-mth low

    Mumbai: Bears tightened their grip over the Indian market today as the benchmark BSE Sensex plummeted by 562.88 points to hit nearly 14-month low of 25,201.90 amid heavy selling in global equities ahead of the US jobs report. Today’s closing was the lowest level since July 14, 2014 when the index had closed at 25,006.98. Experts say a strong non-farm payrolls data is expected to allow Federal Reserve to consider a September rate

  • PM to inaugurate Delhi-Faridabad Metro line on Sunday

    Chandigarh: Residents of Haryana’s Faridabad city will be able to enjoy the Delhi Metro services with Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled to inaugurate the Badarpur to Escorts Mujesar (Faridabad) line on Sunday.

  • Narendra Modi

    My clothes are simple, not made by designers: Modi to students

    New Delhi,L Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he likes to dress in a “simple and sober” manner and that his clothes were not made by any fashion designers. Asked by a student about his fashion sense and the man behind it, Modi said: “I don’t know why people think I have a fashion designer who styles me. I only dress simple and sober.”

  • Saina Nehwal

    Carolina a tough rival, but can be beaten: Saina Nehwal

    Bengaluru: World No. 1 shuttler Saina Nehwal today said All England and World Champion Carolina Marin is a tough opponent blessed with better wrist work but the Spaniard is beatable and the Indian ace will look to get the better off her rival in Japan Super Series starting next week.

  • Pankaj Advani, Sania Mirza

    I never slammed the government for Sania’s Khel Ratna: Pankaj Advani

    New Delhi: Hurt at being misquoted about his stance on the National Sports Awards, ace cueist Pankaj Advani today said he never took a jibe at any sportsperson and his critical remarks on Sania Mirza getting the Khel Ratna were nothing but a figment of somebody’s imagination.

  • Ex-servicemen want to meet PM, may step up protests

    New Delhi: Ex-servicemen seeking the implementation of OROP on Friday sought a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and vowed to intensify their agitation if their demands were not met. Leaders of retired soldiers holding a dragging protest in the heart of the capital said they had written five times to the prime minister but there had been no response.

  • A blissful travel to Bundi

    In order to experience a royal entourage in India, a place that easily pops up in mind is Rajasthan. The beauty of this state is never missed. One such integral part of Rajasthan is the city of Bundi. It is situated in the Hadoti region and is particularly known for its distinct architecture displayed in its forts and palaces.

  • Narendra Modi

    RSS in direct control of Modi Govt: CPIM

    New Delhi: The CPI(M) today attacked Union Ministers for presenting their report cards at the on-going joint meeting of RSS-BJP saying their act is an affront to democracy and the exercise “clearly” shows the Sangh Parivar was in “direct control” of the Government. Accusing RSS and its affiliates of threatening principles of secularism even as it tries to turn India into a ‘Hindu Rashtra’, the party also charged Prime Minister Narendra Modi of

  • Filipino activist calls for judicious use of natural resources

    Nashik:Former Filipino diplomat-turned-climate activist Yeb Sano has called for people’s contribution towards conserving the environment and a judicious approach for use of natural resources. “Every human being needs to contribute to reduce the impact on the environment by changing lifestyle and moving towards judicious consumption of natural resources,” Sano said. The activist tried to reach out to the sadhus through the ‘Clean Kumbh’ initiative undertaken by the Bhumi Project through OurVoices, a

  • ISIS

    Swedish teen who joined IS return home

    Stockholm: A teenage boy who disappeared from Sweden earlier this year and is thought to have joined the Islamic State (IS) terror group has returned home, the media reported on Friday.

  • Bashar al-Assad

    US monitoring reports of Russian military operations in Syria

    New York: The US State Department and the White House have said that they are monitoring reports of Russia conducting military operations in Syrian civil war on behalf of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. According to Fox News, the US also warned that such actions could further destabilize Syria’s perilous situation.

  • ISIS

    IS blows up three Palmyra funerary towers

    Damascus: The Islamic State (IS) terror group has blown up three funerary towers at the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, an antiquities expert said on Friday.

  • Sartaz Aziz

    Sartaj Aziz to explore if Afghan Government interested in reviving talks with Taliban

    Karachi :Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz will explore on the sidelines of his visit to Kabul if the Government of Afghanistan is interested in reviving a reconciliation dialogue with the Taliban. According to the Dawn, Aziz will attend the ministerial meeting of sixth edition of Regional Economic Conference on Afghanistan during his day-long visit. He will also meet the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. Pakistan will take

  • Geeta, Pakistan

    Geeta’s case to be settled through diplomatic channels

    Islamabad: A Pakistani court disposed of an application of an Indian lawyer seeking custody of a deaf and mute woman and observed that diplomatic channels should be used since the matter involved two countries.

  • Syrian toddler

    Drowned Syrian toddler’s coffin heads home

    Ankara: The coffin of a Syrian toddler whose lifeless body was found on a Turkish beach, is on its way home to Syria, a media report said on Friday.

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    ‘Hate Story 3’ set to release December 4

    Mumbai: The third installment of the “Hate Story” franchise, starring Karan Grover, Daisy Shah, Zarine Khan and Sharman Joshi, will hit theatres on December 4. Produced by Bhushan Kumar’s T-series, the erotic thriller series has been directed by Vishal Pandya, who had also helmed “Hate Story 2”. “Hate Story” released in 2012 and starred Nikhil Dwivedi, Gulshan Devaiah and Paoli Dam in lead roles. The second part starring Sushant Singh, Surveen Chawla and