Free Press Journal
  • Pak not getting support at UN over LoC strikes: India

    United Nations : India has said Pakistan approaching the UN over the issue of surgical strikes in PoK has not found any resonance in the world body and rejected claims that the UN mission monitoring ceasefire “has not directly observed” any firing along the LoC, reports PTI.

  • Walk with Bapu at Rashtrapati Bhavan!

    New Delhi : The new hi-tech Garages Museum in the Rashrapati Bhavan here provides visitors with some great experiences, allowing them to ‘feel’ the presence of Mahatma Gandhi and as if he is ‘walking’ with them by using virtual reality (VR) technology.

  • Technical hold on Azhar’s UN terror listing already extended

    Beijing : China said its technical hold on India’s move to get Pakistan-based JeM chief Masood Azhar designated a terrorist by the United Nations has “been extended”, days before the expiry of the hold.

  • India’s claim on strikes false: Pak to UN chief

    United Nations : Pakistan has told UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon that India’s claim of carrying out a surgical strike across the LoC was false and insisted that the responsibility for the “escalating crisis rests entirely on India“.
    In her meeting with the UN chief, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN Maleeha Lodhi told Ban that Pakistan has exercised maximum restraint but would respond forcefully to any acts of aggression and provocation. 

  • Stop making N-threats to India, US warns Pak

    Washington : The United States has strongly objected to threats of nuclear warfare made by Pakistan against Iand has conveyed its displeasure to that country in this regard.

  • Trump attacks ‘disgusting’ Miss Universe in tweets

    Washington : Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump once again attacked “disgusting” former Miss Universe Alicia Machado in a series of early morning tweets, and urged his followers to “check out (her) sex tape and past”, reports IANS.

  • Barack Obama shouts at Bill Clinton ‘Let’s go!’

    Washington :  After attending former Israeli leader Shimon Peres’s funeral, US  President Barack Obama shouted to Bill Clinton from the tarmac of the Air Force One saying “let’s go” as he was anxious to jet back home.

  • Granny-sitter ad in London gets overwhelming response

    London : A couple in the UK who posted a unique advertisement to find a granny sitter for their aging relative have been overwhelmed by the response, according to PTI

  • Pak still in anaesthesia after surgery: Parrikar

    Dehradun : In his first remarks after the cross LoC anti-terror strike, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday compared Pakistan’s condition to an “anaesthetised patient” after a surgery and said like Hanuman Indian Army has recognised its prowess. “Pakistan’s condition after the surgical strikes is like that of an anaesthetised patient after a surgery who doesn’t know that the surgery has already been performed on him. Even two days after the surgical strikes,

  • Blue cuts thru Black

    India in complete control as seven Kiwis back to pavilion

  • Chelsea, Liverpool Victorious

    Wales : Willian’s second goal of the season and Diego Costa’s sixth meant a happy return to winning ways on Humberside and importantly, a new-look defence kept a clean sheet.

  • South Korean univ confers Hon PhD on Sumitra Mahajan

    Indore : Hankuk University of Foreign Affairs (HUFS) conferred honorary degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) on Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, in Seoul, on Saturday.

  • ISL-3 off to colourful start

    Guwahati : The third edition of the Indian Super League got off to a colourful start with a star-studded opening ceremony even as the fans, wearing their passion for the game on their sleeves, descended at the Indira Gandhi International Stadium to witness the gala ceremony here.

  • ISNWZCON-16: Doctors inspect latest machines

    Indore : It is not true that people are falling prey to kidney disorders in young age but the fact is that they are falling prey to the disease which are affecting kidneys like diabetes, hypertension.

  • ‘ATK fully prepared to take on Chennaiyin’

    Kolkata : Praising the players for their hard work during the pre-season training, Atletico de Kolkata coach Jose Molina today said that his team was fully prepared to take on defending champions Chennaiyin FC in the campaign opener of Indian Super League football here today.

  • 24 hours after deadline, final result yet to be uploaded on website

    BHOPAL : The final result of the admission and counseling process for MBBS seats in government and private colleges in the state, which was scheduled to declare on Friday evening by the Directorate of Medical Education, is still awaited. The annoyed students and parents protested and blocked a road near Taj-ul-Masajid on Sunday.

  • NorthEast beat Kerala Blasters 1-0

    Guwahati : NorthEast United FC beat Kerala Blasters FC 1-0 at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium to kick-start Hero Indian Super League 2016 on Saturday. Katsumi Yusa proved to be the difference between the two sides after the Japanese midfielder scored in the 55th minute.