Free Press Journal
  • Belgium arrests two over suspected New Year attack plot

    Brussels: Belgian police have arrested two people suspected of plotting attacks in Brussels during New Year festivities, just weeks after the jihadist bombings and
    shootings in Paris which were allegedly planned in Belgium.

  • World’s best coach Guardiola would improve EPL: Klopp

    Liverpool: Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp termed Pep Guardiola as the world’s best football coach, also adding on Tuesday that the Bayern Munich tactician would improve the English Premier League (EPL) and make the division even more competitive.

  • Sikhs in US attacked as they are perceived as Muslims: Report

    Washington: With Sikhs increasingly becoming the target of racial attacks in the US, a media report says they are frequently mistaken for terrorists and radicals as they are conflated with Muslims by many Americans. In the latest string of incidents targeting turbaned Sikh Americans, Amrik Singh Bal, 68, was assaulted in California on Saturday morning while waiting for a ride to work, the Washington Post reported on Monday.

  • Man United board could turn on van Gaal: Henry

    London: French football great Thierry Henry believes the fans and board could soon turn on manager Louis van Gaal after Manchester United went an eighth game without a win. United’s 0-0 draw with Chelsea at Old Trafford on Monday marked the ninth time they have not scored this season, leaving them five points off the top-four in the Premier League.

  • Indian footballers improving in pitch coverage: fitness coach

    Thiruvananthapuram: National football team fitness and conditioning coach Danny Deigan feels that the Indians have improved their pitch coverage during matches but
    still they are far short of world standards. Deigan, an Australian sports scientist who joined the national team this year, said that reaching upto the world standards will take time and the it will have to start at the club level.

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    Kejriwal harbouring corruption, says BJP

    New Delhi – Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has raised the issue of financial irregularities in Delhi cricket association only to divert attention from corruption being harboured by his own government, the BJP said on Tuesday.

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    Tamil Nadu submits all 12 Smart City proposals

    New Delhi – The Tamil Nadu government, which could not submit Smart City proposals by the stipulated deadline due to management of floods in Chennai and other parts of the state, on Tuesday submitted 12 proposals.

  • There is no reason to resign: United coach van Gaal

    Manchester: Manchester United head coach Louis van Gaal on Tuesday said he would not quit even though his side has failed to win their last eight contests across all competitions. On Monday, United played out a goalless draw against Chelsea at home. The Red Devils are now sixth on the points table a point adrift of Crystal Palace who are a rung above in the English Premier League (EPL). Earlier, van Gaal’s

  • Amazon beats Flipkart again in the month of Nov

    Mumbai – has continued to be the most visited e-commerce site in November for the third time this year, following the festival spike for online sales in October.

  • BJP a party of killers, want to capture power by goondagiri: Gogoi

    Guwahati: Lashing out at BJP for the clash outside Congress headquarters here, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today said that BJP was a “party of killers” and trying to capture power in the state by “goondagiri” (vandalism). “BJP has lost people’s trust. They are trying to come to power by goondagiri. They want to fight the next election (in Assam) on the basis of goondaraj. We have to stop them and we will not allow them,” Gogoi told a

  • Pregnant woman gangraped by robbers, 3 held

    Aurangabad (Maha): A six-month pregnant woman was allegedly gangraped by robbers, who looted valuables from several houses in Khedula Pati village in Parbhani district today, police said.

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    Early earthquake warning system to be launched in India

    New Delhi: India is set to get its first early earthquake warning and security system with the launch of an advanced technology by Germany-based Secty Electronics early next year, the company said in a statement.

  • Subramanium seeks NSA’s help in DDCA probe, BJP slams move

    New Delhi: In an unusual move that could spark another face-off between the AAP government and Centre, former Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium has asked NSA Ajit Doval to make available five officers each from IB, CBI and Delhi Police for his probe into alleged irregularities in DDCA.

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    Bassi urges people to not misuse exemption in odd-even scheme

    New Delhi: Delhi Police today asserted that it does not apprehend any serious problem in implementation of the odd-even scheme and appealed to Delhiites to not misuse the exemption related to medical emergency, saying they should not start their new year with a lie.

  • Ex-IAF airman honey trapped for spying for ISI

    New Delhi: A team of Delhi Police has arrested an ex-Indian Air Force (IAF) staffer from Punjab for his alleged links with Pakistan’s ISI.