Free Press Journal
  • ‘Salaam Alaikum’ was the reply on SP’s mobile phone

    Pathankot – “Salaam Alaikum” was the reply when the gunman of the Superintendent of Police, who was thrashed by suspected Pakistani terrorists, called up on his mobile number after the news of the SP’s abduction along with his associates spread.

  • Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal

    Its a direct attack by Pak on Indian soil: Sukhbir Badal

    Pathankot – Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today said the attack at an Air Force base here in which four militants along with three security personnel were killed, is a “direct attack by Pakistan on our

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    Pakistan condemns Pathankot terror attack

    Islamabad – Pakistan has condemned the terror attack at the Indian Air Force base in Pathankot town in Punjab on Saturday.

  • ‘Depressed’ man kills self, differently-abled son

    Balaghat (MP): A 36-year-old man, “depressed” over the condition of his differently-abled son, allegedly axed him to death before committing suicide at Kesha village in Kiranapur area, police said today.

  • Make in India

    Science congress to focus on Make in India

    Mysuru (Karnataka): Eminent scientists and technologists from across the country will brainstorm here from Sunday on how best to implement the Modi government’s ambitious Make in India programme for the global market.

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    Vintage Federer content with his Grand Slam haul

    Melbourne: World number three Roger Federer has expressed that he would be ‘OK’ even if he is not able to add to his record 17 Grand Slam titles in the upcoming season.

  • Swimmer mauled in suspected Australia shark attack

    Sydney: A swimmer suffered wounds to his arms and legs today after he was mauled in a suspected shark attack off Queensland state on Australia’s east coast, officials said.

  • 2016 a year of large smartphone screens, videos: Micromax

    New Delhi: The year that has just begun will be the year of large screens and videos, the demand for cheaper smartphones will grow and 3G and 2G users will continue to co-exist over the next few years in India, Micromax, one of the country’s leading smartphone makers, has predicted.

  • There should be no talks with Pakistan: M S Bitta

    Chandigarh: Strongly condemning the attack by suspected Pakistani terrorists on an Air Force base in Pathankot, Chairman of the All India Anti-Terrorist Front, M S Bitta today said there should be no talks with Pakistan till cross-border terrorism is not stopped.

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    Minor girl raped in UP

    Muzaffarnagar :  A minor girl was allegedly raped by a person at knife-point in Gangeru village of Shamli district, police said today.

  • Culture Minister visits tourist spots in Delhi to check security

    New Delhi: In the wake of the Pathankot terror attack, Union Tourism and Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma today carried out surprise visits at a number of tourist spots in the national capital to check security arrangements.

  • Even-numbered cars roll on Day 2; Delhi dy CM cycles to office

    New Delhi: Even-numbered cars rolled out on Delhi streets and the odd-numbered ones stayed largely off the roads on the second day today of the odd-even vehicular restriction trial in Delhi which saw Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia cycle to office.

  • Moderate 5.3 earthquake rocks Afghanistan, Pakistan

    Kabul: A moderate 5.3-magnitude earthquake in northern Afghanistan was felt in the capital, Kabul, and across the border in Pakistan, but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.