Free Press Journal
  • suicide bombing

    Suicide bomber kills 15 outside polio centre in Pak

    Karachi: At least 15 people, mostly security officials, were killed and over 10 others injured today as a Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up outside a polio vaccination centre in restive Balochistan’s capital Quetta, the latest attack on the anti-polio campaign in the country.

  • Unitech says committed to deliver ongoing projects

    New Delhi: With the company’s top executives facing charges of alleged cheating, realty firm Unitech today said it is committed to deliver the ongoing projects and has raised sufficient resources to complete them.

  • ram vilas paswan

    Postal dept officials suspended for not delivering Paswan’s New Year cards

    Hajipur (Bihar): Three postal department officials, including the postmaster of the main post office of Hajipur have been suspended for non-delivery of New Year greeting cards send by Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan to the people of his Hajipur Lok Sabha constituency.

  • Mamata Banerjee

    Speeding car kills Air Force officer, CM orders strong action

    Kolkata: An Air Force officer was today killed during the Republic Day rehearsal parade here after a speeding car belonging to the son of former RJD MLA Mohammed Sohrab tore through the barricades at the spot and hit him.

  • Pathankot attack: Pakistan arrests 12 JeM suspects

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s law enforcement agencies have arrested 12 suspects of banned Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) over links with the attack on Indian Air base in Pathankot. The suspects were arrested from different cities of southern Punjab, according to the online newspaper, Daily Pakistan.

  • Asthma may increase odds for nearsightedness at young age

    New York: People with asthma, sleep apnea or Down syndrome, have much higher odds of developing an eye condition that causes serious progressive nearsightedness at a relatively young age, new research has revealed.

  • India condemns terror attack in Istanbul

    New Delhi: India today condemned the terror attack in Istanbul in which at least 10 people were killed and asserted that it unequivocally opposes terrorism in all its forms. “The Government of India strongly condemns the suicide attack that occurred in Istanbul yesterday. India unequivocally opposes terrorism in all its forms and expresses solidarity with the Government and the people of Turkey.

  • Mayawati

    Maya cancels ticket after candidate’s feet-touching pic on FB

    Aligarh: BSP has cancelled the ticket of its Atrauli seat candidate for the 2017 assembly polls Sangeeta Chowdhury on grounds of indiscipline, after she posted a picture on Facebook in which she and her children are seen touching the feet of party supremo Mayawati.

  • India, US brought together by shared trauma of terror attacks: Sarah Sewall

    New Delhi: US Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Sarah Sewall condemned the recent attack on Indian Air Force base in Pathankot and asserted that both Washington and New Delhi have been brought together by shared trauma of terrorism.

  • Hardik Patel

    Hardik Patel remanded to police custody till Jan 15

    Visnagar (Guj): A local court in Visnagar town of Mehsana district today sent quota leader Hardik Patel in police custody till January 15 in a case of rioting and assault registered against him here six months back. Hardik was produced before the judicial magistrate A N Patel at his residence in Visnagar midnight last night by Mehsana Police, which sought five-day remand of Hardik. After arguments, the magistrate sent Hardik into three-day police

  • The most energetic light ever observed in space

    London: Scientists have discovered the most energetic light ever detected in the universe from the centre of a supernova known as “Crab pulsar” which is situated 6,500 light years away from Earth.

  • India, Pakistan, border guards

    Indo-Pak Foreign level talks unlikely on Jan. 15

    New Delhi: The Foreign Secretary- level talks between India and Pakistan are unlikely to take place on January 15. No dates have been fixed in this regard yet. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) is expected to make a formal statement in this regard tomorrow.