Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan’s ISI chief likely to be replaced soon

    Islamabad : The chief of Pakistan’s powerful spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), lieutenant general (Lt Gen) Rizwan Akhtar, is likely to be replaced within the next few weeks, a media report said. Akhtar was appointed the director general of ISI in September 2014 and took office in November 2014, when he replaced the retiring Lt Gen Zaheer-ul-Islam.

  • US moving towards India for ‘political gains’: Pakistan

    Washington : Pakistan felt the need to develop close ties with Russia after the change in US policy towards India, said one of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s special envoys. He also alleged that America is strengthening ties with India for ‘political gains’.

  • No entry in Powai Lake

    Mumbai : The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) has directed the Powai police not to allow any citizen to enter or walk near the Powai Lake between October 15 and 17 to celebrate Sharad Purnima (Kojagiri).

  • Keep poor nations away from India: Bill to Hillary

    Washington : A day before an agreement on climate change during the Copenhagen Summit in 2009, former US president Bill Clinton advised his wife and the then secretary of state Hillary Clinton on how to keep poor countries away from China and India. “To keep poor countries from siding with China, India on issues like transparency, you might offer them this deal (but) whatever commitments they make are contingent on the availability

  • MLAs apologise for statement on Bisen

    BHOPAL : MLAs Jalam Singh Patel and Sanjay Sharma, who gave statements against agriculture minister Gaurishankar Singh Bisen in the incident of police thrashing RSS Pracharak in Balaghat, have tendered an apology.

  • Dalali jibe: Defamation plaint against Rahul

    Chandauli (UP) : A complaint of defamation was lodged in a court here against Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for his ‘dalali’ remark targetting Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the surgical strikes, reports PTI.

  • All EU migrants to be allowed to stay in UK after Brexit

    London : All European Union (EU) nationals who are living in the UK will be allowed to stay in the country after Britain leaves the economic bloc, according to a media report. The UK Home Office has discovered as part of internal research that five in six could not legally be deported, ‘The Daily Telegraph’ claims.

  • Inter-state flight from city by next week

    GSEC Aviation to start flight for Bhopal and Ahmadabad from Oct 14 ,Flights for Shirdi and Pune would also roll out soon.

  • Mumbai_Monorail

    Monorail channel collapses in Currey road; no casualties

    Mumbai : Two months after the Monorail services were affected due to a tyre burst, another incident was reported after an aluminum tray collapsed at the under-construction segment of the country’s only Monorail.

  • India never counts bullets while retaliating: Rajnath Singh

    Barmer (Rajasthan) : Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday reviewed security on the international border in the desert state and said India never attacked anyone but doesn’t count the bullets when retaliating, reports IANS.

  • Private hospital docs accused of referring girl to Hamdia after death

    BHOPAL : Pritika Dewari, 8, was admitted to Rainbow Hospital on October 3 after she ran high fever. On Saturday, she was referred to Hamidia Hospital where she was declared brought dead by the doctors after which her parents filed a complaint at TT Nagar Police Station against Rainbow hospital.

  • Kashmir erupts as pellets claim boy

    Srinagar : A minor boy succumbed to pellet injuries here, sparking fresh clashes between protesters and security forces at various places in Kashmir even as curfew continued in seven police station areas of Srinagar, reports PTI.