Free Press Journal
  • Majeed Memom

    No business with Pakistan until terrorism is eliminated: NCP

    New Delhi/Mumbai : The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Thursday asked the BJP-led NDA Government to show seriousness with its policy towards Pakistan and said that there should not be any business with Islamabad until terrorism is totally cured and eliminated.

  • Martin Guptill ton gives New Zealand first day honours

    Dunedin (New Zealand): Martin Guptill rebounded from a horror Australian series with his third century to guide New Zealand to a strong position on the opening day of the first Test against Sri Lanka today.

  • Salman Khan

    HC asks Salman to be present in court during verdict

    Mumbai: As the fate of Salman Khan’s appeal against conviction in the 2002 hit-and-run case is expected to be delivered later in the day, the Bombay High Court today asked the Bollywood star to be present in the court.

  • Muhammad Ali responds to Trump’s call to ban Muslims from entering US

    Washington: Boxing legend Muhammad Ali criticised Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States, calling on Muslims “to stand up to those who use Islam to advance their own personal agenda.”

  • Can’t understand the fuss around Indo-Pak cricket: Mohammad Yousuf

    Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Yousuf cannot understand the fuss around the proposed cricket series against India as he feels that apart from filling up PCB coffers, it would hardly make a difference to either of the two countries or to the world.

  • India, Pakistan

    Will wait for 2 more days, after that series is off: PCB

    Karachi: With time running out for the proposed India-Pakistan cricket series, the PCB has said it would call off the much-talked-about rubber if the Indian government does not give its approval in the next couple of days.

  • Rio 2016

    Three refugees expected to qualify for 2016 Olympics

    Lausanne (Switzerland): Three refugee athletes who have fled their homes are expected to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced.

  • England seek answers on South Africa tour

    Johannesburg : England’s cricketers arrive in Johannesburg tomorrow, with just over two weeks to prepare for a four-Test series against South Africa.

  • Arsenal, Chelsea through to Champions League last 16

    Paris: Olivier Giroud was Arsenal’s hero as the Gunners and Chelsea succeeded where Manchester United failed a day earlier to advance to the draw for the last 16 of the Champions League.

  • new_delhi_air_pollution

    Delhi’s Pollution One-And-Half Times Worse Than Beijing

    Delhi’s air pollution has been one-and-a-half times worse than in Beijing over the past week, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of PM 2.5 (Particulate Matter) concentration data. The analysis is based on a comparison of data generated by IndiaSpend’s #Breathe air quality monitoring sensor placed at RK Puram, Delhi with the one placed by the US government in its embassy at Beijing.

  • Chinese shares

    Chinese shares open mixed on Thursday

    Beijing : Chinese stocks opened mixed on Thursday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 0.08 percent to open at 3,469.81 points.

  • Mexico unveils world’s first dengue vaccine

    Mexico City : Mexico unveiled the world’s first approved dengue vaccine, saying the treatment is 60.5 percent effective against dengue and 93.2 percent effective against severe dengue.

  • Chinese yuan

    Chinese yuan weakens to 6.4236 on Thursday

    Beijing: The central parity rate of the Chinese yuan, weakened by 96 basis points to 6.4236 against the US dollar on Thursday, according to the China Foreign Exchange Trading System.

  • California shooters radicalised before their marriage: FBI

    Washington: The Pakistani-origin couple involved in the California shooting last week were radicalised even before they met and got married and discussed jihad while dating online, the FBI has said.