Free Press Journal
  • Three Kerala youths Biju, Abhilash and Vimal Kumar who were tortured by their Saudi employer,arrive at Thiruvananthapuram international airport on Saturday. PTI

    Tortured Keralites return home, vow not to go abroad

    Thiruvananthapuram : Three Keralites who were allegedly tortured by their employer in Saudi Arabia returned home on Saturday with a vow not to go abroad for employment again.

  • India, Pak, B'desh will reunite one day: Ram Madhav

    New Delhi : Ram Madhav, BJP general secretary on lien from RSS, has said that RSS believes that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh will one day reunite again not by war but through “popular goodwill”, comments that were made public on the night Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a surprise stopover in Lahore for a meeting with Nawaz Sharif.

  • Sangeet Som claims he got death threat from ISIS

    Meerut :  Controversial BJP MLA Sangeet Som, who is an accused in a Muzaffarnagar riots case, on Saturday said that he has received a death threat from a man claiming to be a member of the militant group ISIS.

  • India most tolerant country in the world: L Subramaniam

    Thiruvananthapuram : Amidst the raging debate on growing ‘intolerance’ in the country, violin virtuoso and composer Dr L Subramaniam on Saturday took a varying point of view, saying India was one of the most tolerant countries in the world. India had tolerated several attacks and invasions in the past and that itself had been a proof of the great tolerance of the country, the maestro told reporters here.

  • Dial D for Don

    Neeraj Kumar neutralized several terror modules and decimated insidious organized crime syndicates spanning continents, working closely with Interpol, FBI, Scotland Yard and several national and international agencies.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing at the Delhi Economics Conclave 2015 in New Delhi on Friday.

    Experts hail Modi’s surprise visit to Pak

    New Delhi : Strategic experts on Saturday welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s historic, surprise visit to Pakistan as a major step aimed at rebuilding the derailed bilateral peace process.

  • Mulayam Singh inaugurates ‘Saifai Mahotsava’ in UP

    Lucknow : Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday inaugurated ‘Saifai Mahotsava’, a cultural festival held every year in his native village in Etawah district of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Major setback to BJP in MP local body polls

    Bhopal :  After spectacular success in Ratlam-Jhabua Lok Sabha seat, Congress on Saturday won five out of eight local body elections for which polls were held recently.

  • 100% hike only if MPs devote full time to Parliament: Nariman

    New Delhi : Commenting on the demand of lawmakers demanding 100 percent hike in their salary, distinguished Indian Constitutional expert Fali Sam Nariman on Saturday said they would be entitled even to 100 percent salary increase, provided that they gave all their time to Parliament.

  • Happy birthday ‘first friend in Mumbai’: SRK to Anil Kapoor

    uperstar Shah Rukh Khan, who was last seen on screen in filmmaker RohitShetty’s latest release “Dilwale”, says actor Anil Kapoor was his “first friend” here and “will always be there” for him.

  • Jain priest threatens Santhara

    Meerut : A priest here has threatened to undertake Santhara, the Jain ritual of fasting unto death, if the government does not enforce a ban on meat exports.

  • Every home tells a story…

    Family is a small unit and an important building block of any society. Making a happy family is no great magic. But not all families are happy families. A happy family may not make an interesting story for most of us but it definitely makes a happy story, says A. L. I. CHOUGULE

  • Japan says an armed China vessel entered disputed waters

    Tokyo :  A Chinese coast guard ship which appeared to be armed with several cannon entered what Tokyo regards as its territorial waters near disputed islands, the Japan Coast Guard said.

  • Bhavabhuti – The Great Dramatist

    Among the list of well-known scholars as Sanskrit dramatists and poets of ancient India Bhavabhuti was one who carved his name in the niche of the list, writes MEERA S. SASHITAL.

  • Dozens missing after landslide hits Myanmar jade mine

    Yangon : Dozens of people were feared missing on Saturday in the latest landslide to hit a remote jade mining region in northern Myanmar, the second such deadly incident in just over a month, according to a report by  AFP.