Free Press Journal
  • IPL 2016: Kings Xi Punjab vs Sunrisers Hyderabad

    Back to their winning ways after successive victories, a rejuvenated Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) will look to continue their good run when they take on laggards Kings XI Punjab (KXIP).

  • Egypt court postpones Morsi espionage verdict

    Cairo: An Egyptian court today postponed its verdict and sentence in the trial of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, who is charged with spying for Qatar.

  • Indian restaurant owners in UK call for one-year chef visas

    London: Indian restaurant owners across Britain have prepared a 75-page document asking the UK government to introduce short one-year visas so they can bring in chefs from the Indian sub-continent to keep their businesses going.

  • Hillary launches a full scale attack on Trump

    Washington: Confident that she would finally bag the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton appeared to have gone into a full campaign mode by training her gun on potential Republican opponent Donald Trump.

  • Syria Kurds, regime to press talks after deadly clashes

    Qamishli: Syrian regime officials and Kurdish representatives were to meet today for a second day of talks on ending deadly clashes in the northeastern city of Qamishli, a senior security source said.

  • Mossack Fonseca denies destroying information after new raid

    Panama city: Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the centre of the massive leak of offshore financial data known as the ‘Panama Papers’, has denied destroying documents, claiming that bags of shredded paper seized by investigators from one of its properties contain information already collected in an earlier raid.

  • If US can mend ties with Iran, so can India-Pak: Mehbooba

    Suchetgarh (Jammu and Kashmir): Laying a firm emphasis on improving tourism in the border areas of Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday gave a clarion call for peace between New Delhi and Islamabad, asserting that if US could mend ties with Iran then why can’t India take a similar step.

  • In insurgency-hit Manipur, Prez lauds people’s tolerance, pluralism

    Khongjom (Manipur): President Pranab Mukherjee today praised the people of Manipur for their broad tolerance, pluralism and acceptance of universalism. “Truly, it (Manipur) is Jewel of India. It is not only for its rich culture variety or pristine beauty, for its brave men and women, but for its broad tolerance, pluralism, celebration of pluralism and acceptance of universalism,” Mukherjee said.

  • ISA vows to lower finance cost, talks of USD 1 trn investment

    New York: Participating nations at an event on the International Solar Alliance (ISA) have pledged to take concerted action to lower finance cost and facilitate investment flow of over USD 1 trillion in solar assets, among a raft of other initiatives.

  • Shah Rukh Khan

    SRK keen to make another film like ‘Ra.One’

    Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan says that he is “adamant and stubborn” about making another film like the 2011 science fiction superhero film “Ra.One”.

  • How to shop for handbags online

    New Delhi:With the trend of online shopping gaining strength, there are a lot of deals which are found online on almost all brands no matter how expensive or cheap. Although there are a lot of limitations while shopping for handbags online.

  • Delhi beat Mumbai by 10 runs in IPL-9

    New Delhi: Delhi Daredevils defeated Mumbai Indians by 10 runs in their IPL match at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium here today.

  • WB polls: EC warns of action against officials who fail to check violence

    New Delhi: Seeking to check poll-related violence in West Bengal, the Election Commission today stepped in by warning of action against officers who fail to take preventive measures and said perpetrators would not be spared irrespective of their political affiliation.

  • Odd-even: Spl drive to check cars sporting CNG stickers

    New Delhi: Delhi government will conduct a day-long special drive across the national capital on Tuesday to check cars sporting CNG stickers, after it received several complaints that fake markers were being used by commuters.

  • harish rawat

    Rawat cabinet decisions during one-day rule null and void

    Dehradun: All decisions taken by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat during his one-day tenure, following quashing of President’s Rule by the Uttarakhand High Court, stand null and void after the Supreme Court stayed the ruling till April 27, an official said on Saturday.