Free Press Journal
  • It’s Not Over Yet

    One terrorist still alive; Pathankot attack claims 7 soldiers Future of India-Pak dialogue will be decided in next few days.

  • ISI may have joined hands with Jaish?

    New Delhi : Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency has reportedly joined hands with banned Islamic militant group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) to “revive” the latter’s base, according to intelligence sources. The tie-up is to carry out terrorist attacks across India, the sources told IANS on condition of anonymity. Over the last eight months, intelligence officials had intercepted several Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls of cross-border discussion between ISI agents and their contacts in terror modules

  • Arun Jaitley

    Jaitely is gung ho on GST bill getting nod

    I am reasonably optimistic as far as the next (parliament) session is concerned… that we may be able to push the bill through  Arun Jaitely..

  • Oddly, Delhi deputy CM cycles to office on Day 2!

    New Delhi : Even-numbered cars rolled out on Delhi streets and the odd-numbered ones stayed largely off the roads on the second day on Saturday of the odd-even vehicular restriction trial in Delhi which saw Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia cycle to office.Although the impact of the reduced traffic flow was not immediately reflected in the levels of suspended particulate matter, any change, if at all, would only be clear by 8 pm,

  • When Pathankot woke up to gunfire, blasts

    Pathankot : It was an attack that was anticipated by the security establishment and local shopkeepers had been cautioned about it well in advance. And as per the anticipation, the attack did take place and locals in Dhaki Chowk in Pathankot woke up to the sound of gunfire and blasts in the dead of the night at 3.30 am when terrorists struck at the IAF base here. “We were asked by the police

  • Prakrti: Know Your Constitution

    An individual’s constitution is determined on the basis of body structure, nature, character, attributes and a wide variety of factors.

  • Planning can Fail

    Planning and strategy does not fail people until and unless they decide to fail the plan, writes KARTIK JHAVERI.

  • O! Lord Narasimha

    Law and judicial news dominate front pages of newspapers. Lawyers make big news; they have become leading political personalities, cricket administrators and what not. Senior Supreme Court and High Court judges deserve to be named after our Senior Gods, like Lord Narasimha and so on. V GANGADHAR elaborates.

  • Seal border to check terror, Badal to Govt

    Pathankot : Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday hailed the security forces for thwarting the attack by a group of heavily-armed Pakistani terrorists at an Air Force base here and urged Centre to “effectively seal” the border to curb the menace of cross-border terrorism.

  • A taste of pan India

    Multiple visits to 29 will ensure you get to know the delicacies from the interiors of India, writes GITA HARI.

  • Ushering the New Year

    MEERA S. SASHITAL gives us a glimpse into the legends and different New Year celebrations across the world.

  • How to relax when feeling unhappy

    Distraction from the painful topic for some time does not mean forgetting or ignoring the problem. It just means allowing the mind to calm down so that it will function better, writes DR SHRIRANG BAKHLE.

  • Ministers desist from making anti-Pak jibes

    New Delhi : The terror attack at Pathankot air base, occurring within days of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goodwill visit to Lahore, may have raised many eyebrows but senior government functionaries avoided making direct anti-Pakistan comments.

  • Oddly, Delhi sees drop in pollution this New Year

    “Pollutants in the air stay close to the ground in winters. This could be one of the reasons for high pollution. Also, fireworks on New Year and high vehicular movement in the early hours of New Year impacted pollution levels,”  – Vikrant Tongad/ Environmentalist  (more…)

  • Boungiorno Italy

    Venice is the city to visit if you are a romantic at heart, a connoisseur of the performing arts, enjoy walking and pleasant boat (gondola) rides through the alleys of the city, writes SHAMPA CHAKRABORTY.

  • Manohar Parrikar, Indian Defence Minister

    Parrikar’s presence in Goa during attack draws flak

    Panaji : The opposition in Goa on Saturday slammed Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar’s prolonged sojourn in the state in view of the terror attack in Punjab’s Pathankot town.