Free Press Journal
  • Equity markets plunge on negative global cues

    Mumbai: Indian equity markets on Monday plunged on the back of negative global cues and caution ahead of F&O (futures and options) expiry.

  • Government appoints new CISF, NSG and NDRF chiefs

    New Delhi : The Appointments Committee of Cabinet on Monday appointed new chiefs of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), the National Security Guard (NSG) and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF).

  • Thanks to good rains lakes near Mumbai get 99 percent filled

    Mumbai: With the city and its outskirts receiving good rains this monsoon, the seven reservoirs that supply water to the metropolis have been filled to 99 percent capacity, a civic body official said today.

  • Baloch activists launch protest outside Chinese embassy in London

    London/New Delhi, Baloch activists on Monday began a week-long sit-in protest outside the Chinese embassy in London, accusing China of “helping” Pakistan in committing “atrocities and human rights violations” in Balochistan province.

  • Katrina Kaif to launch her own fashion label

    While Katrina Kaif has signed up some meaty projects in Bollywood, the actress is contemplating on diverting her attention also towards the business aspect. From what we hear, the actress is considering on entering the world of retail by launching her fashion label but the details of the same are being kept under wraps.

  • Six Jamaat militants nabbed in Assam and West Bengal

    Kolkata, Six Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) activists, including three of Bangladeshi origin, have been arrested from Assam and West Bengal, police said here on Monday.

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    SC moved challenging validity of Indus Waters Treaty

    New Delhi, The Supreme Court on Monday was urged to hear a plea challenging the constitutional and legal validity of the Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan.

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    PM Modi to take stock of Indus Water Treaty today

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take stock of the 56-year old Indus Water Treaty in New Delhi today, where top officials from various Ministries including External Affairs and Water Resources are expected to brief the Prime Minister on the pact.

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    Indus Water Treaty: All you need to know

    Post the Uri attack on September 18, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is under tremendous pressure to take severe steps against Pakistan. One of the options, which the PM can consider is to either scrap or alter the provisions of the Indus Water Treaty, as per media experts.

  • Sania Mirza continues to dominate WTA doubles ranking

    New Delhi: India’s Sania Mirza mantained her numero uno position in the latest WTA women’s doubles ranking following her recent victory in the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo, partnering Barbora Strycova of Czech Republic.