Free Press Journal
  • Sanders defeats Clinton in Alaska, Washington caucuses

    Washington: Senator Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic presidential caucuses in Alaska and Washington, slightly narrowing party’s front-runner Hillary Clinton’s significant delegate lead in the race to the White House.

  • Pak JIT leaves for India to probe Pathankot terror attack

    Lahore: A five-member team of Pakistani investigators today left for India to carry forward the probe into the brazen Pathankot Air Base attack, blamed on Pakistan based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) militants.

  • Riteish Deshmukh

    Riteish celebrates 8m Facebook milestone

    New Delhi: Bollywood actor Riteish Deshmukh has joined the club of celebrities who have a huge fan base following on the social media, as he has amassed eight million fans on Facebook.

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    Shahid Kapoor now has 4m Insta fans

    New Delhi: It seems like popularity of Shahid Kapoor is increasing by leaps and bounds, as he has amassed four million followers on Instagram.

  • India does not support any one political group in Nepal: Rae

    Kathmandu: While acknowledging that multi- faceted Indo-Nepal ties witnessed “ups and downs” recently following the anti-Constitution agitation by Madhesis, India has described as a “misconception” the notion that it supports any one political group in Nepal.

  • Indian appointed UN adviser on human rights and businesses

    United Nations: An India-born academician has been named by the UN Human Rights Council as an adviser to one of its working group on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises.

  • Egypt kills 19 militants in Sinai

    Cairo: The Egyptian army killed 19 militants south of Sheikh Zuweid city in the restive North Sinai province on Saturday, the state-run Al-Ahram news website reported.

  • CBI registers two more cases against Chhota Rajan

    New Delhi: CBI has registered two fresh cases against gangster Chhota Rajan related to alleged murder of suspected rivals and assassination attempt on a businessman in Mumbai at the request of Maharashtra government authorities.

  • PM Modi congratulates Dhoni’s boys

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated the M.S. Dhoni-led Indian cricket team for their wins against Pakistan and Bangladesh in the ongoing World T-20 tournament and conveyed his best wishes for today’s match against Australia.

  • Cancelling train tickets to be just a phone call away

    New Delhi: Come April and cancelling a confirmed train ticket would only be a phone call away. Indian Railway is set to launch a facility next month for the hassled passengers who find it hard to reach its counters within the stipulated time to cancel their confirmed tickets and claim refund.

  • Crops to corpse

    Unable to get proper compensation for the loss of his produce, farmer who attempted suicide opposite State Secretariat dies.

  • NIA didn’t record my statements in ‘exact’ words, alleges Headley

    Mumbai : On the fourth and last day of his deposition, David Headley claimed that the National Investigations Agency (NIA) did not record his statements about the then Lashkar-e-Taiba top commander Muzammil Bhatt. He alleged that the Indian investigating agency did not record the statements that he gave regarding various aspects of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. He told the court that the agency did not record the ‘exact’ words which

  • Knock or knock out

    India face fierce rivals Australia in a must-win game

  • Teen sets up online radio, lends voice to Valley youths

    Tral  : A Class 10 student from this nondescript town in south Kashmir, notorious for being a militancy hotbed, has developed an online radio application all by himself to highlight problems youth in the violence-ravaged State face every day.