Free Press Journal
  • Defence expert calls Sharif a ‘rubber stamp’ post Headley’s claim

    Mumbai: Defence expert Major General (Retired) S.R Sinho on Monday said David Coleman Headley’s revelation in the Mumbai special court with regard to the 26/11 terror attacks has made it clear that Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is a ‘rubber stamp’ with authority resting in the hands of the Army and ISI.

  • IAS-IPS couple awaits Prime Minister’s nod to stay together

    New Delhi: With an IAS-IPS couple unable to get transfer to the cadre of their spouse as it would mean being posted in their native state, a piquant situation has arisen exposing the “gaps” in the existing policy.

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    Headley reveals Pakistan hand in 26/11

    Mumbai: Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley revealed a goldmine of information for Indian authorities on various aspects leading to the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, while deposing via videoconference from a US jail before Special TADA Court Judge G.A. Sanap here on Monday.

  • Hero MotoCorp wins Best Two-Wheeler Pavilion Award – 2016 Auto Expo

    Hero MotoCorp showcased four all-new two wheelers at the ongoing 2016 Auto Expo in Greater Noida. These includes Duet E electric scooter, XF3R 300 cc concept motorcycle, Xtreme 200 S and Splendor iSmart 110. Apart from this, they also showcased their existing range of motorcycles, including the much-awaited HX250R, which is now named as HX250.

  • Owaisi surrenders, gets bail in assault case

    Hyderabad: A city court on Monday granted bail to MIM president Asaduddin Owaisi after he surrendered before police in a case relating to an attack on Congress leaders.

  • ‘Middle East situation like pre-Independence India’ 

    New Delhi: The current turmoil in the Middle East is due as much to sectarianism as the legacies of colonial rule, and the situation is quite like the Indian subcontinent in the decade prior to Independence, says regional expert Vali Nasr.

  • Beware! ‘Error 53’ message can destroy your iPhone

    Melbourne: What did just happen? Numerous iPhone users claimed that they have been locked out of their handsets after a mysterious ‘Error 53’ message popped up on their screens.

  • Six detained, car with MoD plate seized in Burdwan

    Burdwan: Six suspects were arrested on Monday in Jamalpur area in Burdwan district of West Bengal and a car with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) plate has been seized from them.

  • Taiwan quake: Toll rises to 35

    Beijing: The toll in the 6.7-magnitude quake that hit Taiwan rose to 35 on Monday.

  • Six killed in Hyderabad factory blast 

    Hyderabad: Six employees were burnt to death when a reactor exploded in manufacturing unit of a pharamceutical firm in Maheswaram on the outskirts of Hyderabad on Monday.

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    Gold futures up by Rs 171 on short-covering

    New Delhi: Gold prices were up by Rs 171 to trade at Rs 27,695 per 10 gram in futures trade today as speculators covered-up positions even as the metal weakened overseas.

  • Make in India and hate in India cannot go together: Tharoor

    Boston: Taking a jibe at the Modi government, former minister and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said policies like ‘Make in India’ and hatred cannot go together as he asserted that “outrageous” statements against minorities by ruling party members only undermine the country’s soft power.

  • India’s first Aviation Park to come up in Gujarat

    Ahmedabad: To strengthen the aviation sector in Gujarat, the state government has planned to set up the country’s first-ever Aviation Park here having a slew of facilities including an airstrip, training school, helipad and space for setting up small manufacturing units among others.