Free Press Journal
  • Beijing again blocks UN ban on Masood Azhar

    Beijing : China defended its second technical hold to prevent a UN ban on Pakistan-based JeM chief Masood Azhar saying there were “different views” on India’s application and that Beijing’s move will allow more time for the “relevant parties” to have consultations.

  • Collector-commissioner meet to be held after GIS

    BHOPAL : The Collector-Commissioner Conference, which was scheduled to be held in Bhopal on October 18 and 19, has been cancelled. A proposal to organise the Conference, following Global Investors Summit on October 22 and 23, has been made to organise it on October 25 and 26.

  • Surgical Strikes Carried Out From Sky & Ground

    New Delhi : Bits and pieces of information is slowly coming out on how the Indian Army”s Special Forces carried out the most successful surgical strikes on Pakistani terrorists” launch pads close to the Line of Control (LoC) across 200 to 250 km on the chilly night of September 29.

  • Sharif family says it has no ‘business’ in India

    Lahore : Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s family has refuted as “baseless” allegations by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan that they own properties and businesses in India. The Sharif family’s spokesperson said that the prime minister’s kin do not own and run any businesses in India.      “Imran Khan should not misguide the nation by propaganda,” said the spokesman.

  • Call centre scam claims life of American citizen

    Mumbai : The Thane call center scam allegedly claimed the life of an elderly American woman, who was threatened after refusing to meet the demands of the call centre employees posing as Internal Revenue Service officials.

  • People feel free to use roads to park vehicles

    BHOPAL : If people visiting commercial complex leave vehicles on roads corners, occupying a large part meant for traffic, one can understand that there is severe crisis of parking lots leaving no option to people. But local residents have also started using roadside space as parking lot at Retghat.

  • India roar back

    Clinch 54-20 win over the Aussies

  • Modi insulted Army when he was in Oppn: Congress

    New Delhi : Under attack over Rahul Gandhi’s “dalali” barb, Congress hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi accusing him of “insulting” the Army when BJP was in opposition, reports PTI.

  • Goa Perfumer Specialist Monica Ghurdewas Smothered To Death

    Panaji : The post-mortem conducted on renowned perfume specialist Monica Ghurde, whose body was found near here two days back, brought to the fore that she was strangulated to death, although it failed to confirm whether she was raped before the murder or not, police said.

  • Mumbai beat Tamil Nadu

    Lahli : Defending champions Mumbai edged out Tamil Nadu by two wickets in a low-scoring thriller as the opening round Ranji Trophy encounter between the two heavyweights ended in less than two and half days.

  • Zara Bakshi, Arman Jetha best performers

    Mumbai : Zara Bakshi, from Glenmark Aquatics Foundation and Arman Jetha, from Otters Club, were the outstanding swimmers in the GAF-GMAAA Lower Age Group Swim meet, held at Dharavi Sports Complex swimming pool, on Saturday.