Free Press Journal
  • US Pentagon chief proposes Asia-Pacific ‘security network’

    Singapore: US Defence Secretary Ash Carter is proposing to accelerate and deepen defence cooperation in the Asia-Pacific by expanding a “security network” of countries whose militaries would train together and eventually operate together. Speaking to an international security conference in Singapore today, Carter said China would be welcomed in this network. But he also cited frequent American complaints about China unnerving its neighbours with expansive moves to build up reefs, islets and other

  • Farmer commits suicide; 13 relatives booked for abetment

    Nashik: A 45-year-old farmer allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in a jungle in Saptashrungi Devi Gad locality here following which 13 persons were booked on abetment charge, police said today.

  • Lack of unity failed Madhesi protest in Terai, says senior Nepali journalist

    Kathmandu: Citing geographical conditions as one of the reasons behind the failure of the Madhesi protest, Prakash Timalsina, a Kathmandu-based senior journalist said the lack of unity between groups was another factor responsible for it.“The demographic condition of terai is pointed to be the main reason for failure. Madhesi Leaders they also have said that the demonstration in the border side was not supported by the Madhesis living near the highway or

  • Two policemen shot dead in Anantnag

    Srinagar: Striking for a second time in less than 24 hours in South Kashmir, militants today killed two police personnel in poll-bound Anantnag from where Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti is contesting.

  • Trump wants to be a ‘dictator’, says Hillary Clinton

    Washington: Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton said her rival and Republican Party’s presumptive presidential candidate Donald Trump wants to be a “dictator”. “We are trying to elect a president, not a dictator,” she said at a campaign rally in San Bernardino, California on Friday, ahead of the crucial California Democratic primary slated for June 7.

  • Militants planning to attack Amarnath Yatra: BSF

    Srinagar: A top Border Security Force (BSF) officer said on Saturday that there are intelligence reports about militants planning to attack the forthcoming Amarnarh Yatra in Jammu and Kashmir. At the wreath laying ceremony in Srinagar to honour three BSF troopers martyred in an attack by guerrilla’s at Bijbehara on Friday, BSF Director General K.K. Sharma told reporters: “Yesterday’s attack on our convoy was sudden and unexpected. That is why we suffered

  • Salman- Iulia’s ‘Sultan’ love duet

    New Delhi: Looks like besides acting, Salman Khan and his rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur also have their hands on singing.

  • MoU signed for hassle-free entry of Indians into US

    Washington: India and the US have signed an MoU to facilitate hassle-free entry of Indians into America at selected airports by providing speedy security clearances for pre-approved, low-risk travellers from the country.

  • Congress

    File criminal case against Khadse, demands Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress Party on Saturday dubbed the resignation of Maharashtra Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse as a ‘mere drama’, and said a criminal case should be registered against him for misuse of public office.

  • World Environment Day; let’s clean air we breathe to stay healthy

    New Delhi: According to new WHO figures, 16 of the world’s 30 most polluted cities are in India. Further, levels are growing of ultra-fine particles of less than 2.5 microns (PM2.5s), which can penetrate deep into the lungs and can cause serious health problems for people who live in India’s cities.

  • Weekly Prediction 5 to 11 June 2016

    Aries:- Your professional life is looking bright and the financial position is going to improve. The planetary predictions show that buying or selling a property or house is auspicious for you. Wednesday and Thursday there might be clashes between you and your life partner. The major issues related to health may develop due to the added responsibilities bestowed on you. If you take proper guidance from experienced person then you can achieve

  • Newlyweds are heading for short honeymoons

    To keep it short yet enigmatic couples today prefer short honeymoons over longer ones. Being a part of one destination at a time is more rewarding to the eyes than cramming up on loads of destinations, writes Disha Prashant.

  • Qandeel Baloch will appear in Bigg Boss if they agree to her terms

    Karachi: If you people wanted to see the Pakistani-Poonam Pandey, Qandeel Baloch, inside the ‘Bigg Boss’ house for its season 10, then you will have to wait a bit more as she has some “demands” to get fulfilled.

  • Twitter

    Twitter holds merger talks with Yahoo: Reports

    New York: Executives from the sinking micro-blogging website Twitter have met Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer to discuss merger possibilities, the media reported.

  • Vicky Kaushal

    Vicky Kaushal snorted corn powder in ‘Raman Raghav 2.0’

    Mumbai: In “Raman Raghav 2.0”, Vicky Kaushal plays the role of a cop, who is into drugs, and in one of the scenes in the film, the actor snorted a mixture of corn starch and Glucon D, to pass it off as cocaine.

  • Narendra Modi in Afghanistan’s Herat to inaugurate Salma Dam

    Herat (Afghanistan): Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in the Afghanistan city of Herat on Saturday where he will inaugurate along with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani the Afghan-India Friendship Dam, also known as Salma Dam, rebuilt with Indian assistance.

  • Not just humans, but dogs too need counseling

    And you thought only humans went for counseling.  Increasingly, man’s best friends are being counseling and seeing shrinks finds out Minal Sancheti.