Free Press Journal
  • 190 killed in J&K due to militancy and ceasefire violations

    Srinagar: Over 190 people, including 47 security personnel and 108 militants, were killed in militancy-related violence and ceasefire violations by Pakistan in the 12-month period from Januray 15 last year.

  • Foodpanda automates order flow, eyes profits in next 3 years

    Mumbai: Online food ordering platform Foodpanda, which was under fire for laying off over 300 employees earlier this year, has implemented a near complete automation of its order flow to become more operationally efficient with lower staff levels, a top company executive said.

  • Pak actor banned from hosting Ramazan TV show

    Karachi: A Pakistani actor has been banned from hosting a popular Ramazan TV show by the country’s media regulator for allegedly violating its “code of conduct” by promoting controversial religious and sectarian views.

  • Mumbai on polio watch

    Polio virus is being detected in the gutter water

  • Govt aims to complete U’khand highways for Mansarovar by April

    New Delhi: In a major boost to religious tourism, the government is hopeful of completing by next April the construction of highways through Uttarakhand for Kailash- Mansarovar to make it easy for people to visit the abode of Lord Shiva.

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    ‘Udta Punjab’ flies high, collects 10.05 crore on day 1

    New Delhi: The recently released ‘Udta Punjab,’ which highlighted the impact and menace of drug abuse on the society, particularly in Punjab, has made a strong opening, collecting 10.05 crore on its opening day.

  • Ind v ZIM: Wounded India eye fightback against revived Zimbabwe

    Harare: Handed a rude shock in the opening game, the Indian youngsters will have to raise their game in the second Twenty20 International to stay afloat in the three-match series against minnows Zimbabwe, here tomorrow.

  • Kejriwal questions DU for blocking RTI query on PM Modi’s degree

    New Delhi: With the Delhi University blocking the RTI query seeking details on the BA degree by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday asserted that this development has further deepened the ‘mystery’ surrounding the degree.

  • Will not cut govt stake in power PSUs below 51 pc: Goyal

    New Delhi: Supporting Finance Ministry’s disinvestment plan for public sector undertakings, Union Minister Piyush Goyal has said his ministry will not reduce the government’s stake in power sector PSUs below 51 per cent.

  • Rajan’s exit from RBI a victory of ‘crony capitalism’ in India: Congress

    New Delhi: With Raghuram Rajan announcing his decision to leave his post as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor on the completion of his term this year, the Congress Party held the Centre responsible for creating such circumstances which forced a ‘self respecting’ person like Rajan to discontinue to his post.

  • India, UAE to set up parliamentary panel to enhance ties

    Dubai: India and the UAE will set up an Emirati-Indian parliamentary committee and exchange visits of lawmakers to boost parliamentary ties as part of their growing strategic partnership and unify their visions on various issues, including security and challenges facing the region.

  • Difficult to avoid disclosure under new scheme: SIT chief

    New Delhi: The chief of SIT on black money feels it will be “difficult” for those holding untaxed assets to avoid disclosure under the ongoing one-time compliance window opened by the government after the limited sucess of a similar scheme launched last year for those with tainted money overseas.

  • Complaint against Essar forwarded to Home Ministry

    New Delhi: Complaint into the alleged tapping of telephone conversations of some top industrialists and politicians by the Essar Group has been forwarded to Home Ministry for “appropriate action”.

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    Jaishankar visits Beijing to drum up NSG support

    New Delhi: Stepping up its diplomatic outreach to China ahead of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) plenary in Seoul, Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar made a quiet trip to Beijing this week to try and win over China’s backing for India’s membership.

  • Modi wishes Rahul Gandhi on his birthday

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on his 46th birthday on Sunday morning.