Free Press Journal
  • 45 Delhi-bound trains cancelled due to fog

    New Delhi: As many as 45 Delhi-bound trains were cancelled and 30 delayed after dense fog engulfed the national capital early on Tuesday, a railway official said.

  • Republic Day celebrated across Maharashtra

    Mumbai: The Republic Day was celebrated across Maharashtra on Tuesday with Governor C.V. Rao unfurling the national tricolour at the main state function in Shivaji Park and taking the salute at a ceremonial parade in Mumbai. Lakhs of people enthusiastically participated in various events in Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Nashik and other parts of the state.

  • 23 killed in Syrian bombings

    Damascus: A booby-trapped vehicle tore through a security headquarter of the Syrian rebel, Ahrar al-Sham Movement, in the northern province of Aleppo on Monday, killing 23 people, including 19 militants and injuring tens of others, a monitor group reported.

  • French soldiers take part in Republic Day parade

    New Delhi:French soldiers on Tuesday took part in the Republic Day parade at the Rajpath, creating history as it was for the first time that a foreign army contingent took part in the celebrations.

  • Tokyo shares open lower

    Tokyo: Tokyo shares opened trading on Tuesday sharply lower on poor US market performance overnight and a fresh slide for oil prices.

  • Chinese shares open lower

    Beijing: Chinese stocks opened lower on Tuesday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 1.05 percent at 2,907.72 points.

  • FPJ Editorial On Jan 26, 1950

    Twenty years ago today, groups of people in every town in India, representing every class of the population, took the Independence pledge. They solemnly affirmed their belief in the inalienable right of the Indian people to freedom , , so that they might be assured of full opportunities of growth and development.

  • Narendra Modi finds an ally in counter-terror

    New Delhi : After extensive talks with visiting French President Francois Hollande here on Monday, Prime Minister Modi was happy to announce that they have decided to boost cooperation on counter-terrorism through intelligence sharing and training.

  • Ghulam Ali : All Set For Ghar Vapsi

    Mumbai : Once bitten, twice shy. But Pakistani ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali is made of sterner stuff. He will arrive in Mumbai on Thursday for the music launch of a film dubbed “Ghar Vapsi. The film, directed by Suhaib Ilyasi of “India’s Most Wanted” fame, will also mark Ghulam Ali’s acting debut; in fact, he has even sung an Indian patriotic song in it.

  • MODI: India’s global brand ambassador

    We celebrate the Republic Day every year, but this year it is significantly different. The credit for the same goes to the honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Since sweeping the Lok Sabha elections and coming to power, Modi has taken a number of important decisions.

  • Akshay Kumar,  Aamir Khan slug it out on intolerance   

    Mumbai/Jaipur : Actor Aamir Khan is under fresh attack for his “leaving India” comments in the “intolerance” debate with actor Akshay Kumar saying ups and downs happen in every country and one should not start giving “bold” statements.

  • MODI: The only hope for India – Dr. Y. P. Trivedi

    The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the only hope for the people of India today. So to support him overwhelmingly and actively is something every Indian do as his duty. Modi is fighting with passion for certain values. Honestly I think, if he fails the battle he is fighting, there is a danger that our great country will once again be thrown back in the murky waters of corruption and politics of

  • 15 city cops to be honoured with police medals today

    Mumbai : It is going to be a matter of pride for the city and the state on the 67th Republic Day as nearly 45 of its police officers will be honoured with Police Medals for excellence in performing their duties in New Delhi today. Out of the total officers to be honoured, around 15 police personnel are from Mumbai.

  • Man strangulates wife to death; held

    Thane: A 38-year-old man from a village in Sahapur taluka here has been arrested for allegedly strangulating his wife to death, police said on Monday.