Free Press Journal
  • ‘Akhand Bharat’ a cultural concept, not a political one: RSS

    New Delhi : With issue of “Akhand Bharat” gaining political momentum after BJP general secretary Ram Madhav’s statement that parts of India – including Pakistan and Bangladesh which were separated 60 years ago, will reunite to form United India, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Sunday pointed out that the issue was a cultural concept not a political one.

  • NDA Govt. must speak with actions: JD (U)

    New Delhi: The Janata Dal (United) on Sunday said the NDA Government, which has been given responsibility by the people of the nation, must speak with actions.

  • Ruthless Australia tighten grip over hapless Windies

    Johannesburg : Australia continued to maintain complete stranglehold over West Indies on day two of the second Test in Melbourne on Saturday, thanks to contrasting centuries from captain Steve Smith and Adam Voges.

  • NHRC must comment on rights of rape victims: Nirbhaya’s parents

    New Delhi : Dismissing the statement of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) that the age from 18 to 16 years would be against the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Nirbhaya’s parents on Sunday termed it ‘unfortunate’, adding that the government and the NHRC must comment on the rights of the victims.

  • Dale Steyn

    It’s even-stevens after opening day : Dale Steyn

    Johannesburg : South African pace spearhead Dale Steyn has expressed that the first Test match against England is evenly poised at the moment after rain wasted a significant amount of time on the opening day at Kingsmead.

  • Under-fire Van Gaal says he could choose to quit Manchester United

    Johannesburg : Manchester United embattled manager Louis van Gaal has revealed that he could quit by himself after his side crashed to a fourth straight defeat, following a 2-0 loss to Stoke City in their Premier League clash.

  • Iraqi clashes

    Iraqi forces push deeper in IS-held Ramadi

    Baghdad: Iraqi security forces on Saturday moved deeper into the heart of the city of Ramadi, where they have been fighting for five days in fierce clashes against the Islamic State (IS) militants.

  • Sartaj Aziz

    Not fair to expect much from Indo-Pak talks next month: Sartaj Aziz

    Lahore : Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said it will not be fair to expect much from the talks next month between the foreign secretaries of Pakistan and India.

  • Narendra Modi, Nawaz Sharif

    ‘Nawaz-Modi meeting to have far-reaching impact on peace’

    Islamabad: The meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif will definitely augur well for the foreign secretaries’ level talks scheduled in January in Islamabad, according to media here.

  • Owner of China’s collapsed mine commits suicide

    Beijing: The owner of a gypsum mine, which collapsed in China’s Shandong province with one person dead and 17 trapped, committed suicide on Sunday, according to the authorities.

  • Pakistan earthquake

    Pakistan earthquake kills two, injures 85

    Peshawar : Two people were killed while at least 85 others were injured across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Gilgit-Baltistan when an earthquake shook parts of Pakistan on Friday night.

  • Pakistan Army Chief Raheel Sharif to visit Kabul on Sunday

    Islamabad: Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif would visit Kabul on Sunday for deliberations on resumption of the Afghan reconciliation process and instituting a border management mechanism.

  • Aziz’s ‘bizzare’ statement doesn’t convey positive message: RJD

    New Delhi : The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on Sunday criticised the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, and said that statement made by him was bizarre and doesn’t convey a positive message about expectations of the bilateral talks between the two nations.