Free Press Journal
  • Shane Warne

    Shane Warne insists he has ‘nothing to hide’ in charity probe

    Melbourne: Australian spin legend Shane Warne’s charitable foundation is under the scanner of a consumer watchdog here but the flamboyant former cricketer today insisted that the furore is a “malicious campaign” and he has “absolutely nothing to hide”.

  • Yuvraj, Pietersen list highest base price ahead of IPL auction

    New Delhi: The most expensive buy in the previous IPL auction, Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh, along with 11 others, have quoted the highest base price for this year’s auction to be held on February 6 in Bangalore.

  • Afghan Taliban wants to be off UN black list to join talks

    Islamabad: Afghan Taliban wants to be removed from a UN blacklist before it can consider rejoining peace talks aimed at ending its 15-year war, a senior group member said as its political wing met activists at an unofficial forum in Qatar.

  • Madhesis reject Nepal constitutional amendment as ‘incomplete’

    Kathmandu: Nepal’s agitating Madhesis today rejected a constitutional amendment passed by the Parliament to resolve the ongoing political crisis and blockade of key trade border points with India, calling it “incomplete” as it did not address their concerns over redrawing federal boundaries.

  • Arrest

    Indian jailed for 82 yrs by US court for killing compatriot

    San Francisco: A 30-year-old Indian man has been sentenced to 82 years in jail by a US court for killing a compatriot and wounding another during a festival at a Sikh sports complex in Sacramento in 2008.

  • Thailand reports 2nd MERS case in a man from Oman

    Bangkok: Thailand has reported its second confirmed case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, detected in a 71-year-old man from Oman who arrived in Bangkok.

  • Mysterious ‘noodles’ lurking in the Milky Way

    Melbourne: Mysterious, invisible structures shaped like noodles, lasagna sheets or hazelnuts could be floating around in our galaxy, scientists have found, a breakthrough that could radically challenge our understanding of gas conditions in the Milky Way.

  • Andamans may soon have Rs 1,800-cr dry-dock

    Mumbai: The government is all set to develop a dry-dock on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands at a cost of up to Rs 1,800 crore to help reduce the repair and maintenance costs for local vessels.

  • Drug peddler, Arrest

    Police seek 3-day custody of three accused in a gangrape case

    Muzaffarnagar: Police have sought a three-day custody of three shopkeepers for allegedly circulating a video filmed by two persons who had allegedly raped a 32-year-old woman two years ago, an official said.

  • Amit Shah all set to be re-elected BJP President

    New Delhi: BJP chief Amit Shah is all set to become the party President again after top party leaders led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a bevy of Union ministers and chief ministers of BJP-ruled states proposed his name for the party President’s post during the nomination process today.

  • Hollande to kick start 3-day India visit today from Chandigarh

    Chandigarh: French President Francois Hollande will commence his three-day visit to India this afternoon from Chandigarh, a city designed by a French architect, where he will be joined by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Crash Theory Confirmed?

    Netaji died in the 1945 aircrash, says 1995 Cabinet note.

  • NIA crackdown still on

    Lookout notice for 3 Maharashtra militants who have slipped in Delhi to create chaos

  • Togadia performs Bhumi Pujan of Simhastha camp

    Ujjain :  International president of Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP), Praveen Togadiya visited the city on Saturday to perform Bhumi Pujan of the Pandal of VHP which will be erected at Rudra Sagar for upcoming Simhastha Fair–2016.