Free Press Journal
  • Nitish Kumar

    If BJP wins in Bihar, it will abolish quota policy: Nitish Kumar

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumarclaimed that the BJP-led coalition at the Centre will abolish reservation for OBCs, SC and STs if it wins state assembly elections after RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat called for a review of the quotas.

  • ISIS fighters attack Afghan police posts: Officials

    Self-proclaimed fighters from ISIS have for the first time launched coordinated attacks on police checkpoints in an eastern Afghan province, officials said on Sunday.

  • 9/11 was a western conspiracy to blame Osama Bin Laden

    The 9/11 attacks were “manipulated” to make it look like Osama Bin Laden was responsible for them and allow the West to go to war in Afghanistan, Labour leaderJeremy Corbyn claimed in a 2003 article, it has emerged.

  • Ravi Shankar Prasad

    Operators told to shape up on call-drop problem: Prasad

    Patna: Communications and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday asserted that telecom operators have been told to shape up on the issue of the growing problem of call drops and that the situation was improving.

  • Swara Bhaskar wins best actress title in China

    Fuzhou: Indian film talent Swara Bhaskar has won the Best Actress award at a film festival in the capital city of Fujian province for playing a mother to a teenager in Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s directorial “Nil Battey Sannata” (The New Classmate).

  • manchester-united

    Man U boss van Gaal eyes Arsenal win

    Manchester: On a high after claiming the top spot in the English Premier League (EPL) table, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is aiming to vanquish bitter rivals Arsenal in their next tie.

  • Air India

    Air India to fly Delhi-San Francisco thrice weekly

    New Delhi: At a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the US, the Air India on Sunday announced it was starting the only non-stop link with America’s west coast with a flight between Delhi and San Francisco from December 2.

  • Louis Van Gaal

    ‘Difficult EPL hurting clubs’ Champions League performance’

    Manchester: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal and his Manchester City counterpart Manuel Pellegrini have said that English clubs are unable to do well in the Champions League due to the physical, high intensity competition at the domestic level.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Previous governments ignored tourism industry: Jaitley

    New Delhi:Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday criticised the erstwhile Congress-led UPA government for ignoring tourism industry and advocated the need to frame policies to help the sector.b “I regret to say that earlier governments didn’t make policies which could have increased tourism in the country. In fact, they framed such policies that made tourism sector weak,” Jaitley said after laying the foundation stone of a new building of the tourism ministry.

  • FTII Protests

    FTII students call off hunger strike ahead of talks

    Pune: FTII students on Sunday called off their hunger strike after the information and broadcasting (I&B) ministry agreed to have a dialogue with them on September 29 in Mumbai. They hope to find “solutions”.

  • Foreign investors get relief from controversial MAT

    New Delhi: With the government deciding to exempt the foreign companies that have no permanent establishment in India from the 18.5 percent minimum alternate tax demands, all foreign investors have got full relief from the controversial MAT.

  • Makkah stampede: Number of dead Indians rises to 35

    New Delhi: The number of Indian pilgrims killed in the Makkah Haj stampede continued to rise, with six more deaths announced, taking the toll to 35 so far, the government said on Sunday. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted: “Unfortunately, there are six more Indians (among dead) taking the toll to 35.” She said the Saudi authorities have released photos of 1,090 pilgrims who have died in the stampede.

  • Ganesh Immersion

    Millions bid tearful adieu to Lord Ganesh in Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Millions of people in Mumbai and the rest of Maharashtra bid a tearful adieu to elephant-headed Lord Ganesh whose thousands of big and small idols were taken out in colourful processions for immersion, marking the end of the 10-day long Ganeshotsav festival here on Sunday.

  • Clashes, Jeruselam

    Clashes break out at al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem

    Jerusalem, Sep 27 (IANS) Israeli forces stormed al-Aqsa mosque compound on Sunday, firing rubber-coated bullets at “rioters” amid fresh clashes at the flashpoint site, police said.

  • Unique Features of Ayurvedic Treatment

    Prevention and treatment of all related diseases were well-known to our sages in the Vedic era. Today modern medical science works mainly in these areas:

  • Crossing Bridges: Reconnecting with the Roots

    ENAKSHI SHARMA reviews Crossing Bridges film and says that it successfully bridges the gap between a practically unknown community in Arunachal Pradesh with the rest of the world.

  • Naga woman dies after falling off Delhi building

    New Delhi: A 27-year-old woman from Nagaland was killed and two men injured after they fell from the terrace of a building in an inebriated state, the police said. According to police, the incident happened at Delhi’s Krishna Nagar area. All three of them were working in a telecom company, whose office is situated on the fourth floor of the building where the incident happened.