Free Press Journal
  • apple

    US would let Apple keep software to help FBI hack iPhone

    Washington: The Obama administration has told a US magistrate judge it would be willing to allow Apple Inc to retain possession of and later destroy specialised software it has been ordered to design to help the FBI hack into an encrypted iPhone used by the gunman in December’s mass shootings in California.

  • Brendon McCullum hits record century in 54 balls

    Christchurch: New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum hit the fastest century in the history of Test cricket today, taking just 54 deliveries against Australia in the second Test in Christchurch.

  • Assault on Kanhaiya appears to be pre-planned, says NHRC

    New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has said that the assault on Jawaharlal Nehru University students’ president Kanhaiya Kumar at the Patiala House Court complex on Wednesday appears to be “organised” and “pre-planned”.

  • Committed to provide stability: New Arunachal CM

    Itanagar: “We are committed to providing stability,” said new Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul after a combined Congress-BJP government was sworn in late on Friday following 24 days of president’s rule.

  • JNU row: Delhi police issues look out notice against three persons

    New Delhi: The Delhi police on Saturday issued a look out circular (LOC) against three JNU students who are suspected to be a part of the group responsible for allegedly raising anti-national slogans on the university campus on February 9.

  • Jat quota stir: Death toll rises to three

    Rohtak: One more person was killed by a mob last night, taking the toll to three in agitation called over the Jat quota issue in Haryana.

  • Umar Khalid’s father claims threat call by Ravi Pujari, files complaint

    New Delhi: Syed Qasim Rasool Ilyas, father of Umar Khalid, a PhD scholar at Jawaharlal Nehru University, has claimed that he received a “death threat call from underworld don Ravi Pujari”. He has filed a complaint at the Jamia Nagar police station in this connection.

  • PM Oli to be accorded ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhawan

    New Delhi: Nepalese Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli, who is on his first visit abroad after assuming office in October last, will be accorded ceremonial reception at the forecourts of the Rashtrapati Bhawan on Saturday.

  • Budget will focus on ease of doing business, startup initiatives – CS Mamta Binani

    CS Mamta Binani is only the second woman to helm the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) in its 47-year history. In a free wheeling chat with Dipta Joshi, Mamta who took over as President of the Institute this January, speaks about the key projects and plans for the year ahead. She also elaborates on her expectations from the forthcoming budget

  • Army out in 9 Haryana districts

    Jat quota stir turns violent: 2 killed; rail and road traffic grinds to a halt .

  • Masood Azhar not in Pakistan FIR

    Lahore/Islamabad : Pakistani authorities have lodged an FIR in connection with the Pathankot terror attack without naming JeM chief Masood Azhar whom India has accused of having masterminded the strike.

  • BCCI makeover not just yet, will move apex court

    Mumbai : The Board of Control for Cricket in India has decided to move the Supreme Court against the Justice R M Lodha committee recommendations on the restructuring of the board.

  • Author of an enduring classic is dead

    Washington : Harper Lee, who wrote one of America’s most enduring literary classics, “To kill a mockingbird,” has died at 89. The book was about racial injustice in a small town in the American south. Lee waited 55 years to publish a second book with the same characters from a very different point of view.

  • Hillary slides behind Sanders in survey

    Washington : Democratic presidential front runner Hillary Clinton’s popularity appears to be dropping nationally while her primary rival Bernie Sanders gained a slight lead for the first time, according to a latest national poll, reports PTI.

  • Delhi Police chief won’t get plum job

    New Delhi : The ham-handed handling of the raging JNU row and the ‘inert’ response to the violence in the Patiala House Court complex has cost Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi the sought-after post-retirement job of Information Commissioner in the Central Information Commission.

  • Don’t know if US is ready for woman prez: Hillary

    Washington : Hillary Clinton has said she is not sure if the US is ready to elect its first woman president even as the Democratic presidential front-runner emphasised that there has been a “big improvement” in people’s perception in this regard.