Free Press Journal
  • Nawaz Sharif,

    US most relevant third party for Kashmir issue: Pak PM Sharif

    Karachi: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that the United States would be the most relevant third party that could intervene to resolve the Kashmir Issue, said a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office.

  • Teacher killed, pupils hurt in sword attack on Sweden school

    Trollhattan (Sweden): A masked man brandishing a sword broke into a school in Sweden today, killing a teacher and wounding three other people, two of them children, before being shot by police. The attack took place in the southwestern town of Trollhattan at a school for children aged between six and 15. “One teacher has died at the scene,” local health officials said, indicating that another teacher and two boys, aged 11 and

  • Moody

    India less exposed to external shocks: Moody’s

    New Delhi:Global credit ratings agency Moody’s on Thursday pointed out that India is less exposed to external shocks due to its resilient growth and the policy reform momentum.

  • Kanye West, KIm Kardashian

    Kanye West throws surprise b’day bash for Kim

    Washington D.C: Kanye West has made his wife Kim Kardashian’s 35 th birthday memorable by throwing a surprise birthday bash for her. The 38-year-old rapper gathered Kardashian’s loved ones for a special movie viewing at the Westlake Cinepolis theater in L.A.’s Thousand Oaks neighborhood, Us magazine reports.

  • Mumbai ranked world’s 11th best bed-n-breakfast value destination

    Mumbai: Mumbai has been ranked 11th among the best value destinations in the world for an overnight stay at a four-star hotel that includes breakfast, according to a report. As per TripIndex Breakfast 2015, a TripAdvisor cost comparison study, Mumbai ranks 11th among the best value destinations for an overnight stay with breakfast costing Rs 9,343.92.

  • Kiren Rijiju

    North Indian remarks applies to entire society: Kiren Rijiju

    New Delhi: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju today sought to downplay his endorsement of a former Delhi LG’s statement that north Indians “enjoy” breaking rules and said it was not indicated at one section but was applicable to the entire society. He said attempts to “politicise” his statement were wrong and added if there is any wrong happening in the society everyone was responsible for it. “I think the

  • karva chauth

    Be humble to your health this Karva Chauth

    Karva Chauth is a one day festival celebrated by Hindu women, mostly in the northern part of India for the well being of their husband. Karva means pot and Chauth means fourth since the festival falls on the fourth day of the dark fortnight.

  • Vijaya Dashami celebrated across Bengal 

    Kolkata:Devotees thronged marquees and community pujas across West Bengal to bid adieu to goddess Durga on Thursday, the last day of the puja, which saw Mahanavami and Vijaya Dashami coinciding.

  • Virat Kohli

    Virat Kohli’s 138 propels India to 299/8 in 4th ODI

    Chennai: Virat Kohli’s 138 powered India to 299/8 in 50 overs against South Africa in their fourth One-Day International (ODI) at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here on Thursday. Kohli, who scored his 23rd ODI ton, was involved in two 100-plus partnerships with Ajinkya Rahane (45) and Suresh Raina (53). For the visitors, opening pacers Kagison Rabada and Dale Steyn took three wickets each, while Chris Morris picked up one.

  • Black money

    Blackmoney: I-T begins final assessment of declarations

    New Delhi: The Income Tax department has begun the process of final assessment of those black money declarations that were made to it as part of the one-time compliance window that closed in September. Sources said while a final reconciliation of the total amount and number of declarations had been done few days after the window closed on September 30, the department has now begun analysing and assessing the validity of these declarations.

  • Govt determined to strengthen tourism sector infrastructure: PM

    Tirupati (AP): The government is determined to strengthen tourism sector-related infrastructure as the industry has the capability to provide livelihood to the poor people, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today. “Indian government is determined to provide such infrastructure that the tourism sector would be strengthened, because tourism is capable of providing livelihood to flower sellers, fruit-sellers, biscuit and chocolate sellers and tea vendors also. Tourism can possibly provide daily bread to poorest of

  • CVC seeks report from CBI, BoB in Rs 6,100 cr forex scam

    New Delhi: Anti-graft watch dog Central Vigilance Commission has sought a report from the CBI and Bank of Baroda in connection with an on-going probe in alleged fraudulent transactions of Rs 6,100 crore to Hong Kong. Besides, the Commission, which exercises superintendence over the CBI on anti-corruption matters, is planning to bring in “systematic changes” in banks to check suspicious transactions aimed at moving black money.

  • Airstrike kills 21 in Pakistan

    Islamabad: At least 21 militants were killed in fresh airstrikes near the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, media reported on Thursday. “Twenty-one militants were killed late Wednesday in airstrikes in Rajgal and Tirah areas of Khyber Agency,” Samaa News quoted Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement. Earlier on October 11, at least 22 terrorists were killed in air strikes by Pakistani warplanes in the North Waziristan tribal agency before dawn. The airstrikes are part of

  • indigo

    IndiGo to induct ten A-320 Neos this fiscal

    New Delhi: No-frills airline IndiGo will induct 10 fuel-efficient A-320 Neos this fiscal to its aircraft fleet and expects the company’s low-cost structure to deliver improved profitability in the coming years. Preparing to hit the capital market with nearly Rs 3,000 crore IPO next week, IndiGo’s parent InterGlobe Aviation is bullish on the airline’s growth prospects in the highly under penetrated domestic aviation market.

  • Vodafone

    Call drop problem to improve in 12-16 weeks in Delhi: Vodafone

    New Delhi: Vodafone today said there will be significant improvement in call drop problem in Delhi within 12-16 weeks as it plans to put up more sites as well as augment capacity of the existing ones. In the last six months, Vodafone has put up over 500 sites in Delhi NCR, while capacity of existing 550 sites have been augmented.

  • GST Bill

    GST regime to have 8 forms for filing tax returns

    New Delhi: The proposed GST regime is likely to provide for monthly filing of returns for business to business dealings through a set of eight forms for different categories of transactions. The Joint Committee on Business Process for GST in relation to GST Return has suggested filing of a periodic e-return for Central GST, State GST and Integrated GST. As per the proposal, the returns can be filed on a specific date of