Free Press Journal
  • Delhi babus go on mass leave; AAP terms it ‘conspiracy’

    New Delhi: Almost all senior bureaucrats of Delhi Government today went on mass leave protesting suspension of two officials, an action declared void by the Centre, setting the stage for yet another tussle between the two sides as AAP dispensation called the strike part of a “conspiracy” to “fail” the odd-even scheme.

  • Vitamin D may help treat people with multiple sclerosis

    Washington: Taking a high dose of vitamin D may be an inexpensive and easy way to treat people with multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disorder that affects the brain and spinal chord, according to a new study.

  • PM Modi invites Nepal PM to India amid ongoing border crisis

    Kathmandu : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited his Nepalese counterpart KP Sharma Oli for a visit to India after he telephoned him to discuss multiple issues including the ongoing restrictions on flow of goods from the border points.

  • ‘Anarchist’ Kejriwal still running party, not govt: BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday alleged that the suspension of two officers by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led Delhi Government exposed their anarchist approach and said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is still running a party.

  • India, Pakistan

    US should support Indo-Pak talks: expert

    Washington: Noting Prime Minister Narendra Modi surprise visit to Lahore offered “glimmers of hope in the much-troubled” bilateral ties, an American expert has said the US should support the India-Pak peace talks while resisting any temptation to intervene directly.

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    Ailing Mufti Sayeed may pass of CM post to daughter Mehbooba

    Jammu: Political circles here are rife with speculations that Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed will pass on the mantle to his daughter Mehbooba Mufti sooner rather than later, due to health reasons.

  • Barack Obama

    US preparing for new sanctions against Iran: report

    Washington: The Obama Administration is preparing a fresh set of sanctions against individuals and companies for their alleged role in the development of Iran’s ballistic missile programme, according to a media report.

  • Facebook

    Is your life dependent on Facebook?

    New York: If you use Facebook to read the news, play games, look at comments on your posts, or make new friends then you could have Facebook dependency, says a new study.

  • Ancelotti best football coach in world: Marcello Lippi

    Rome: Italian football coach Marcello Lippi has praised compatriot Carlo Ancelotti, former manager of Real Madrid, as “the best coach” in the world and, referring to Barcelona, noted that Spanish Pep Guardiola has created and trained the “best team ever”.

  • Virat Kohli named BCCI Cricketer of the Year

    New Delhi: Continuing his meteoric rise, Indian Test captain Virat Kohli was today named ‘Cricketer of the Year’, while Mithali Raj was picked for the top women’s award in the BCCI annual honours to be given away on January 5 in Mumbai.

  • 4G

    Smartphones turn smarter in 2015, gear up for 4G ride in 2016

    New Delhi: With smartphones turning smarter every passing day, it is the domestic players and new Chinese entrants to the market that continued to challenge global giants like Apple and Samsung in 2015 and the New Year can be much more exciting with the expansion of 4G services.

  • Interlinking roads key to India’s growth: PM Modi

    Noida: Carrying forward his agenda of infrastructure development, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday lauded his predecessor Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s plan for putting India at parity with other nations and said that he believed that interlinking the country’s road network is one of the keys for growth.

  • Khadga Prasad Oli, left, waves to the media as he stands with other leaders of CPN-UM inside the Constituent Assembly in Kathmandu, Nepal on Sunday.

    Oli calls up Modi; discusses political situation in Nepal

    New Delhi/Kathmandu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today emphasised the importance of finding a durable solution based on consensus to Nepal’s political problems during a telephonic conversation with his Nepalese counterpart K P Oli. Oli called up Modi and briefed him on the political developments in his country, days after the Nepalese Cabinet decided to amend the Constitution to address keys demands of Madhesis, largely of Indian-origin, from the country’s Terai region over proportional

  • ASSOCHAM asks NCR to do car pooling, make Odd-Even Plan a grand success

    New Delhi: Extending full support to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Odd-Even Traffic Plan to be rolled out from January 1, ASSOCHAM has approached all of its 1,28,000 members/associates and other common interest groups to join this initiative for making it a success so that air quality of the National Capital Region is improved immediately.

  • Lionel Messi steals limelight in 500th Barca match

    London : Lionel Messi capped off a spectacular year for Barcelona on a high note by scoring in his 500th appearance for the Catalan club and helping them claim a 4-0 win over Real Betis.

  • Narendra modi

    Take resolution to allow Parliament to function: PM to Congress

    Noida: Attacking Congress yet again over disruptions, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked the party to take a New Year resolution to allow Parliament to function for the sake of development. He said having “enjoyed power” for over six decades it has no right to destroy its functioning for “political reasons” and hold back the country’s development.