Free Press Journal
  • Punjab Police failed to prevent attack despite inputs: AAP

    Chandigarh : Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday blamed Punjab Police for “failing to prevent” terror attack at  Pathankot despite central intelligence agencies informing the  state authorities about the possible threat in advance.

  • OZ eye clean sweep

    Aus replace Siddle with spinner O’Keefe for third Test

  • Tackling the unruly child

    With increasing cases of tired families unable to cope with unruly child, parents are at their wits end on handling the problem. Abroad, medicating the child with mind drugs is becoming the easy way out. What is happening in India? Psychiatrist DR ANJALI CHHABRIA and Psychologist DR. MAYA B. KIRPALANI tell us how they tackle this problem.

  • Gujarat put on alert after Punjab terror attack

    Ahmedabad : Gujarat Police has issued an alert and cops have been asked to take necessary steps to keep a check on suspicious activities, in the wake of the terror attack at the an Air Force base in Punjab.

  • WR plans mega blocks on three lines this Sunday

    Mumbai : You could face inconvenience commuting today, as railways have planned mega blocks on all three lines. On WR services between Santacruz and Goregaon services will be suspended from 10.15am to 3pm.

  • Stokes attacks to give Eng the edge

    Cape Town : Ben Stokes unleashed a flurry of attacking strokes late in the afternoon to give England the edge on the first day of the second Test against South Africa at Newlands on Saturday. England were 317 for five at the close, with the left-handed Stokes on 74 not out. An injury-depleted South African bowling attack, spearheaded by Kagiso Rabada, kept England in check for much of a hot, cloudless day on a

  • Bardhan’s Blunt Speak And Integrity Endeared Him To All

    New Delhi : Known for his blunt speak and great integrity acknowledged across the political divide, veteran communist A B Bardhan was among the last few links to the freedom movement who had played a major role in the trade union movement and national politics.

  • Savdhan India inspired maid faces two more cheating cases

    Mumbai :  A woman who was held by the Powai Police a week ago for allegedly conning people by working as their maids and then stealing lakhs from their homes faces two more cheating cases in separate police stations. While investigating in the case, Powai police realized that the accused has earlier cheated some woman on pretext of getting them a job and have later fled off with their documents and valuables.

  • Congress should first shed negativity on GST: Naidu

    Sricity (Nellore) : Accusing Congress of making Parliament “dysfunctional” during the last two sessions, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday hit out at the opposition party for its “dodgy” stance on GST and asked it to shed “negativity”.

  • Dalit officer’s decision to embrace Islam draws flak

    Jaipur : The decision of a senior IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre to embrace Islam after he was denied promotion as Chief Secretary of the state has invited criticism from various quarters in the Pink City.

  • Jaya launches ‘Amma seeds’ for TN farmers

    Chennai : Implementing an announcement made in the Tamil Nadu Assembly in 2014 for farmers’ welfare, Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has launched the scheme ‘Amma Seeds’ which is aimed at providing quality seeds, the state government said on Saturday.

  • West Ham trounce Liverpool

    London : Andy Carroll and Michail Antonio both scored for a second successive match as West Ham United leapfrogged Liverpool in the Premier League table by beating them 2-0 on Saturday. The pair had scored in the 2-1 victory over Southampton that ended a run of eight games without a win and their efforts against Liverpool at Upton Park ensured that Slaven Bilic’s side started 2016 on a high. While Bilic could draw satisfaction from

  • Iran, Iraq, Lebanaon condemn executions

    London : The Iranian government and religious leaders across the Middle East have condemned Saudi Arabia’s execution of a prominent Shia cleric along with 46 others and warned of repercussions that could bring down the country’s royal family, the media reported on Saturday. In a serious escalation of religious and diplomatic tensions in the region, councils and clerics in Iran, Yemen and Lebanon said the killing of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr would prompt widespread

  • Guus demands firing

    London : New Chelsea head coach Guus Hiddink is looking for contributions from all of his footballers as the defending champions seek to improve from their 14th position in the English Premier League (EPL) in the new year. Chelsea witnessed the 2015 – the year that also gave them the title — end on a difficult note as the Blues registered only five wins from 19 matches. Head coach Jose Mourinho was sacked on

  • The Final Test

    India meet rampaging Afghans ,

  • Ajit Jogi files plaint against newspaper

    Raipur :  Senior Congress leader and former Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Ajit Jogi on Saturday lodged a complaint against a national English daily accusing it of maligning his image by publishing a “fake” news story related to a bypoll held last year based on a “doctored” audio tape. Jogi sought action against the newspaper under Information Technology Act, 2000 in an application to Civil Lines Police Station this evening, its Station House Officer Virendra