Free Press Journal
  • Plea in SC against sacrificing animals on Bakr-Eid

    New Delhi: A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court questioning the sacrifice of animals on Bakr-Eid and the validity of a provision of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, saying the practice was “cruel, inhuman, barbarian” and cannot be protected in the name of religion.

  • Laos supports India’s permanent seat in UNSC

    Vientiane (Laos): Ahead of the 14th India-Asean Summit and the 11th East Asia Summit here on Thursday, Laos Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith said that his country supports a permanent seat for India in the UN Security Council (UNSC).

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    Gujarat HC issues notices to developers of ‘Pokemon Go’

    Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court today issued notice to developers of location based-augmented reality game ‘Pokemon Go‘, following a PIL seeking ban on the game in India alleging that it not only hurts religious sentiments but it is also a threat to national security.

  • Serena holds off Halep to reach US Open semi-finals

    New York: Serena Williams fended off a determined challenge from Simona Halep, downing the fifth-seeded Romanian 6-2 4-6 6-3 to reach the US Open semi-finals.

  • Human trafficking kingpin nabbed, 26 girls rescued

    New Delhi: The kingpin of an international human trafficking racket that was spread across the country as well as in Nepal, Oman and Kuwait has been arrested along with his accomplice and 26 girls have been rescued, police said ON Wednesday.

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    Evil cannot defeat Evil – Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj ji

    The aggressive students movement in Indian capital city of Delhi in February 2016 has clearly taught everyone one lesson that ‘every action has an equal and opposite reaction’. It’s a matter of common understanding that when we want happiness and peace for ourselves, we should keep others also happy and peaceful. However, if we would make anyone unhappy, then we too would also be unhappy, as this is a natural phenomenon working

  • Your daily horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Helpful colleagues at your work place will ease some of your tensions and workload. Building a consensus will help you get your ideas on the agenda.

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    It is raining parties in Punjab ahead of polls

    Chandigarh: It may still be a good five months to the crucial assembly elections in Punjab but the state is already witnessing “party time” of a different kind.

  • Indian Railways is going the Ola, Uber way

    Surge pricing in Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto from Friday l base fare will keep going up after every 10% berths or seats are booked  it will stop going up only after it is 1.5 times more.

  • Sania loses in Women’s doules of US Open

    World No 1 Sania Mirza and her Czech partner Barbara Strycova were ousted from the women’s doubles event after losing to top seeds Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic in straight sets in the quarter-final of the US Open, here.

  • Water resistant iPhone7 & swim proof GPS watch

    San Fransisco : Apple unveiled the new iPhone 7 at a special event in San Francisco on Wednesday. As expected, the iPhone 7 has dumped the headphone jack, which means existing earphones will not work with the new models.

  • Mumbai: Cop gets a dunking in immersion lake in Thane

    Mumbai : In yet another shocking incident, a policeman was pushed into a lake in Kalyan by four youths at a Ganesh Utsav mandal in Kalyan. The accused confronted sub-inspector Niteen Dondu Dagale when he asked the youth to follow a disciplined queue for immersion. Dagale is attached to Kolsewadi police station and was on duty at Teesgaon talao.

  • Karachi snub: India summons Pakistan envoy

    New Delhi: In an escalation of the diplomatic row, India on Wednesday summoned Pakistan’s High Commissioner Abdul Basit over the “discourtesy” shown to New Delhi’s top diplomat in Islamabad, Gautam Bambawale.