Free Press Journal
  • ISI module busted: Kashmir school teacher arrested

    Jammu/New Delhi: The busting of Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI’s module in India saw the nabbing of a school teacher from Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district, while more arrests are likely to take place, police said.

  • Govt to extend support for initiation of ‘Hospital Medicine’

    Kochi: The Health Ministry would provide necessary support for the initiation of ‘Hospital Medicine’, a relatively new subject which is crucial for making India a global healthcare hub, Union Minister J P Nadda today said.

  • Government to push for passage of GST, real estate bills next week

    New Delhi: With repeated disruptions in second week of the winter session putting its legislative agenda on the back burner, the government has proposed heavy business in both Houses of Parliament next week, listing key legislation like GST and Real Estate bills for consideration and passage.

  • Egypt keen to buy Pak’s JF-17 Thunder fighter jet

    Islamabad: Egypt has expressed interest in acquiring Pakistan’s multi-role JF-17 Thunder fighter jets, which the country has manufactured in collaboration with China.

  • ISIS

    IS supporters claim terror group was behind US shooting

    Washington: Soon after the deadly shooting in California, a flurry of tweets by supporters of Islamic State boasted of the terror group’s connections to the attack in which 14 people were killed and 21 others injured.

  • Thailand plans leading role in anti-trafficking campaign

    Bangkok: Thailand has contributed $100,00 to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) fund to run a regional information campaign aimed at raising awareness among migrants, the media reported on Saturday.

  • Ten injured at Bangladesh temple blast, 3 arrested

    Dhaka : Ten people have been injured at a Hindu religious gathering in northern Bangladesh as three crude bombs went off at Jatra pandal on the premises of Kantaji Temple in Kaharol upazila of Dinajpur.

  • Park Geun-Hye

    Thousands march in new anti-government rally in S Korea

    Seoul: Thousands of demonstrators have begun marching in Seoul against conservative President Park Geun-hye, who compared them to “terrorists” after clashes with police broke out at a rally in November.

  • Seven suspended after 37 develop eye infection at MP eye camp

    Badwani (Madhya Pradesh): A Madhya Pradesh doctor and six officials have been suspended after 37 people developed infection in their eyes following cataract surgery at an eye camp here last month, an official statement said.

  • Lashkar-e-Taiba

    LeT operatives planning suicide attacks in Delhi: Police

    New Delhi: Delhi Police is searching for two suspected LeT operatives who have allegedly hatched a conspiracy to carry out “suicide attacks” in the national capital targeting “high profile personalities”.

  • Shazia Ilmi

    ‘Immature’ Kejriwal capable of only staging ‘dharnas’: BJP

    New Delhi : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) launched a tirade against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), saying they are only capable of carrying out ‘dharnas’ (agitations) as they have never done apart from that.

  • P C Chacko

    Congress slams AAP’s ‘knee jerk’ solution to curb pollution

    New Delhi : The Congress Party on Saturday dubbed the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government’s initiative to curb the alarming rise in air pollution in the city to be a ‘knee jerk’ response without making adequate alternative arrangements for the same.

  • K C Tyagi

    BJP attempting to reduce power of Rajya Sabha: JD (U)

    New Delhi: The Janata Dal (United) on Saturday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of attempting to reduce the power of the Rajya Sabha as the ruling party at the Centre does not have a majority in the Upper House.

  • Rahul slams PM, says won’t let India develop on ‘tears and blood’

    New Delhi : Launching a blistering attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday alleged that the initiatives launched by the BJP-led NDA Government were not benefitting the labour class and was instead trampling their rights.

  • ‘Gary Neville must prove he can be good coach’

    London: Chelsea head coach Jose Mourinho wished “good luck” to Englishman Gary Neville, who is now in charge of Spanish football club Valencia and said that “now he must prove he can be a very good coach.

  • Jackson Martinez

    Atletico’s Martinez joins training

    Madrid: Spanish football club Atletico Madrid has announced that Colombian forward Jackson Martinez returned to training on the pitch and “progresses favourably” from a sprained ankle sustained playing for his national team.

  • Man City hope Sergio Aguero is fit for Champions League match

    London: Manchester City head coach Manuel Pellegrini is hoping that Argentinian striker Sergio Aguero will be fit for the European Champions League football match on Tuesday against Borussia Monchengladbach.