Free Press Journal
  • Christian female fighters take on IS in Syria

    Hasakeh: Babylonia has no regrets about leaving behind her two children and her job as a hairdresser to join a Christian female militia battling against the Islamic State group in Syria.

  • Louis Van Gaal

    Concerned Louis Van Gaal urges Manchester United to keep fighting

    London : Concerned about his side’s poor run, Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has urged his players to keep fighting for the title, following their 2-1 defeat against Bournemouth in the Premier League.

  • Imran Khan

    Pakistan, India should resolve core issues: Imran Khan

    Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has asked India and Pakistan to resolve long-standing problems, particularly Kashmir issue, and move forward in developing cordial relations and strengthening trade to alleviate poverty.

  • 500 slums demolished by Railways in Shakur Basti

    Shakur Basti (New Delhi) : More than 500 slums were demolished in an anti-encroachment drive conducted by the Indian Railways in Shakur Basti on Saturday.

  • Supreme Court

    SC nod to laws of Bihar, Orissa to confiscate assets of babus

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has upheld the constitutional validity of two laws of Bihar and Odisha which allow confiscation of properties of the accused in corruption cases, including those occupying high public or political office, saying a “social calamity” like graft has become a “national economic terror”.

  • Broadcasting sector sees surge as queue for TV channel licence grows

    New Delhi: The number of TV channels in the country already exceeding 800, the battle for eyeballs can only get hotter as the broadcasting sector continues to see an expansion with 260 applications pending for the launch of new channels.

  • Odd-even formula: 10L pvt vehicles in Delhi to go off roads daily

    New Delhi: Nearly 10 lakh private cars will daily stay off the roads in the national capital once the odd- even formula is enforced from January 1, with the drastic reduction in traffic flow expected to significantly reduce the high-level of pollution in the city.

  • Jitendra Singh

    Employees’ body demands re-look at 7th CPC report

    New Delhi : A body of central government employees has demanded a re-look at the Seventh Central Pay Commission (CPC) report and sought a rationalised pay structure.

  • Fire at Russian hospital kills 21

    Moscow: A fire at a psychiatric hospital in southern Russia killed 21 people, the RIA Novosti news agency reported today.

  • Gains from, concerns over Paris Agreement on climate change

    Paris: Following are the gains which countries like India can look forward to, as also some of the concerns over the Paris Agreement on climate change clinched by 196 countries late on Saturday after 13 days of hard negotiations:

  • Roger Federer

    Don’t know what to call IPTL but I have loved it: Roger Federer

    New Delhi; Even after two successive appearances, Roger Federer can’t really make up his mind on where to bracket the IPTL in his busy schedule but the Swiss superstar firmly believes that Mahesh Bhupathi’s brainchild is no exhibition event.

  • Mock mass shooting in Texas is met by counter-demonstrators

    Austin: About a dozen gun rights activists staged a mock mass shooting near the University of Texas, only to be outnumbered by counter-demonstrators who waved sex toys and tried to drown them out with chants.

  • Pope Francis

    Pope Francis to be in Mexico on February 13

    Vatican city: Pope Francis said that he will travel to Mexico in February and will venerate Our Lady of Guadalupe on the 13th of at month.

  • The Hidden Risk

    Tensing Rodrigues says while investing remember that when bad happens; do not worry about it, but just provide for it.

  • Different strokes at Sky View Café

    It is a veritable global cuisine feast for the eyes, palate and soul at Sky View Café, writes GITA HARI.

  • You versus Problems: The boxing match

    DR SHRIRANG BAKHLE says that by acquiring the calm and happy mindset, we can tackle the problems better and not allow the problems to damage our mind.

  • Go Androgyny

    Androgyny makes the line blur between male and female fashion. SAPNA SARFARE tries to dig deep into this gender-crossing trend, which is back in style.