Free Press Journal
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    Kim Kardashian shares son’s first image

    Los Angeles: Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has finally given her fans a peek-a-boo at her four-week-old baby Saint West. She posted his photograph on her website. Titled BFFS, the image shows Saint’s hand grasping his two-year-old sister North West’s finger. His face cannot be seen.

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    13 injured in Dakar Rally crash involving Chinese driver

    Buenos Aires: At least 13 spectators, including five children, were injured when the car of Chinese driver Guo Meiling hit them during the first stage of Rally Dakar 2016 near the Argentinean city of Arrecifes.

  • Good governance must also have scientific approach: PM Modi

    Mysuru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said good governance is not limited to policy and decision-making, it is also “about integrating science and technology in choices we make and strategies we pursue”.

  • NSG commando killed in Pathankot: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: An NSG commando has been killed in mopping up operations against terrorists at an IAF base in Pathankot in Punjab, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Sunday.

  • Goa Defence Expo project hits another snag

    Panaji, Jan 3 (IANS) The Congress has alleged that an air force base is surreptitiously being planned at a village in South Goa which is to host the Defence Expo in 2016, a project that has faced opposition from local politicians.

  • Rebooting India

    Based on learnings from the Aadhaar project, Nilekani and Shah propose a series of high-tech initiatives that can deliver low-cost solutions to India’s grand challenges.

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    Mufti Muhammad Sayeed still critical but stable: AIIMS

    NEW DELHI: The condition of Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed continues to be critical but stable, according to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).

  • Asha Parekh lobbied for Padma Bhushan: Nitin Gadkari

    NAGPUR: In a startling revelation, Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari has claimed that veteran Bollywood actress Asha Parekh had come to him seeking to be recommended for the Padma Bhushan saying that she was ‘entitled’ for one.

  • China steps up crackdown on food, drug safety crimes

    Beijing: Chinese authorities have recently unveiled measures to facilitate coordination between administrative and judicial organs in handling food and drug safety cases, the media reported on Sunday.

  • Now, novel way to make cleaner fuel cells

    Moscow: An international group of scientists from Russia, France and Germany has developed a novel method to make cleaner fuel cells.

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    US condemns attack at Indian Air Force base

    Washington: Strongly condemning the “heinous” terrorist attack on an Indian Air Force base at Pathankot, the US has reaffirmed its commitment to its strong partnership with the Indian government to combat terrorism.

  • Pathankot attack should not derail peace talks: experts

    New Delhi: The terror attack at the Pathankot air base may have raised questions on the about-to-be-resumed official dialogue between India and Pakistan, but experts say the best response to such incidents would be to continue the peace process that has just begun.

  • President Pranab Mukherjee gives assent to five key legislations

    A law enabling setting up of commercial benches in select high courts and another on arbitration for speedy settlement of high value business disputes are among five legislations which have got nod from President Pranab Mukherjee.

  • Gunshots, blast heard again inside Pathankot air base

    Pathankot: Gunshots and a blast were heard from the Indian Air Force (IAF) frontier base near Pathankot town on Sunday morning leading to speculation that one more terrorist could still be holed up inside.

  • Bomb threat in Delhi-Lucknow train, security intensified

    New Delhi: The security has been intensified at two railway stations here after the Delhi-Lucknow Shatabdi Express was evacuated at Ghaziabad on Sunday morning after reports of a bomb scare.

  • Remo, son face case for ‘misusing’ Indian identity

    Panaji : A case of a minor girl being verbally abused in December 2015 has snowballed into a crisis for popstar Remo, who along with his son, was accused of fraudulently using Indian identity documents despite being foreign nationals. Three Right to Information (RTI) activists from Goa led by Kashinath Shetye have filed complaints against Remo and his son Jonah of using Indian identity documents despite being a Portuguese and a French national

  • First Gurdaspur, now Pathankot

    Terrorists target frontline IAF base • 3 securitymen, 5 attackers killed  • second major fidayeen attack in north Punjab in just over five months.