Free Press Journal
  • Rouza Sharif urs: 152 Pakistani pilgrims arrive

    Fatehgarh Sahib(Pb): Over 152 pilgrims from Pakistan arrived here today to attend Rouza Sharif Urs at the tomb of Sufi Saint Sheikh Ahmad Farooqui in Sirhind area here. Fatehgarh Sahib SDM Pooja Grewal Syal, Naib Tehsildar Manjit Singh and senior police officials received the pilgrims and two officials of Pakistan High Commission at Sirhind Railway Station near here.

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    YSR Cong chief Jagan seeks total prohibition of liquor in AP

    Vijayawada:YSR Congress Party president Jaganmohan Reddy today called for total prohibition in Andhra Pradesh, a day after five persons died after drinking spurious liquor here. “Gujarat government has been successfully implementing total prohibition in the state. Recently, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is contemplating prohibition in his state…Why cannot Chandrababu Naidu (AP chief minister) initiate such
    action,” Jagan questioned.

  • Raje to inaugurate ‘Municipalika 2015’ tomorrow

    Jaipur: More than 1,000 delegates from all over India and abroad will attend the 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Sustainable Habitat and Smart Cities — Municipalika 2015, which will be inaugurated here tomorrow by Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. A large number of urban and housing sector officials, representatives of urban local bodies from 300 cities, international delegates from seven countries and private industry, and professionals will attend the three-day event which

  • Sadhvi again: Shah Rukh, Aamir tarnishing image of the country

    Jamshedpur: Vocal VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi today alleged that actors Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan along with SP leader Azam Khan were “tarnishing” the image of the country by claiming that intolerance was prevailing in the nation. The entire campaign against alleged intolerance was a conspiracy to give a bad name to the country, she said, adding that some ‘deshdrohis’ (anti-nationals) were bent on doing so by returning awards.

  • Gadkari assures Arunachal of funds for road projects

    Itanagar: Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari has assured Arunachal Pradesh that all road projects including state highways and the Itanagar- Banderdewa four-lane national highway for which DPRs have been submitted, will be taken up without land compensation.

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    PSG coach Blanc regrets not scoring against Real Madrid

    Paris: French club Paris Saint-Germain’s (PSG) coach Laurent Blanc has said he regrets the failure of his side to score against Real Madrid away at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, despite his side having already secured qualification for the Champions League knockout stages as Group A runners-up.

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    New compound may help treat type-2 diabetes

    Washington: Scientists have deployed a new drug discovery technique to identify an anti-diabetes compound with a novel mechanism of action, which may lead to a new type of diabetes treatment.

  • Mosquito Bite

    Modified mosquitoes can halt malaria spread

    Washington DC : A team of researchers playing God has come up with a new breed of genetically modified mosquito that could help wipe out malaria within years.

  • The natural aura of Auli

    For all those who love to expand their travel horizon, Auli is a place you need to add to your list. It is also known as Auli Bugyal, in Garhwali, which means meadow. It is a place enthralled with stunning ski resorts and natural surroundings encircled by snow capped peaks of the great Himalayas. With an impressive view of Nanda Devi, Mana Parvat and Kamat Ranges, Auli is a brow raising destination.

  • Meals on Wheels cuts loneliness

    Washington DC : According to a new study, home-delivered meals may be providing more than food security. They reduce loneliness.

  • Five injured in blast at Moscow bus stop

    Moscow : Five people were lightly injured when a homemade explosive detonated at a bus stop in central Moscow, authorities said today.

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    Mumbai local train rams into platform buffer at CST,none hurt

    Mumbai: An empty local train rake rammed into buffer of a platform at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus here in wee hours today. However, nobody was injured as the platform number 5 where the incident occurred was empty that time. The incident also did not affect the schedule of suburban trains on Central Line.

  • Air France flight diverted to Montreal after threat

    Paris: An Air France flight from San Francisco to Paris has been diverted to Montreal after an unspecified anonymous threat, and all passengers have landed and disembarked safely.

  • US shooter’s Pakistan religious school condemns massacre

    Multan: The women’s seminary in Pakistan where California attacker Tashfeen Malik studied for over a year condemned the massacre today, saying there is “no space for such acts in the name of Islam”.