Free Press Journal
  • 1,500 minors to be evacuated from Calais Jungle camp

    Paris: The French government on Wednesday began the evacuation of some 1,500 minors who were living in the remains of the Calais migrant camp known as the “Jungle”.

  • Rahul Gandhi, Manish Sisodia detained amid high drama at RML

    New Delhi: Amid high drama, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia were today detained at the RML Hospital here after they tried to meet the family of an ex-serviceman who allegedly committed suicide over the OROP issue.

  • SBI cuts home loan rate; ICICI offers overdraft

    New Delhi: To cash in on the festive fervour, banks including SBI and ICICI have unveiled a host of benefits such as reduction in rates, waiver of processing fee and overdraft facility.

  • Bhopal SIMI Encounter: All you need to know

    Eight activists of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) had escaped from the Central Jail in Bhopal early on Monday morning killing a guard, the Madhya Pradesh police said that all eight had been killed in an encounter in an isolated, forested area over 15 km from the prison premises. This Encounter killing also led the opposition to question the police and the Madhya Pradesh State government. It took no time for

  • Pak forces deliberately target Indian civilians: BSF

    Jammu: Pakistani border guarding force, with active connivance of its Army, have resorted to heavy mortal shelling deliberately towards Indian civilian areas along the International Border, Inspector General of BSF D K Upadhyay said today.

  • NASA satellite helps create global maps of human-made CO2

    Washington: Based on data from NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) satellite, scientists have produced the first global maps of human emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) ever made solely from satellite observations of the greenhouse gas.

  • Salim Khans appreciation always makes a difference Ajay Devgn

    Mumbai: Actor-director Ajay Devgn has thanked veteran Bollywood film writer Salim Khan for praising his recently released “Shivaay”, saying his appreciation always makes a difference in the film industry.

  • Indian squad for England series announced, Gautam Gambhir retained

    All-rounder Hardik Pandya has been name in the Indian Test squad as the Board of Control for Cricket in India announced 15-member squad for the first two Test match in Mumbai for the five-match Test series at home against England. Its Hardik Pandya maiden Test call.

  • Fisker debuts new EV – EMotion

    Remember Fisker? The company that made the gorgeous-looking Karma? Well, it now has a new kid on the block. It’s called EMotion. Cheeky, we know, but it’s aiming straight for the Tesla Model S, which we all know is possibly the pinnacle of electric vehicle tech at the moment. What does it have in store?

  • Aston Martin launches ‘Timeless’ pre-owned car programme

    Buying an Aston Martin is now cheap more affordable! The British carmaker has just revealed details of its new premium pre-owned car programme labelled ‘Timeless’. Through it, Aston Martin will offer certified used cars after they’re put through a series of quality checks.

  • 32 yrs of anti-Sikh riots: Experts, Sikh forum cry for justice

    New Delhi: Government officials who neglect their duties and shut their eyes on rioters should be declared an accessory to violence, former Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court Justice Anil Dev Singh said on the 32nd anniversary of the 1984 Anti-Sikh pogroms.

  • Pakistan will pay heavily, India has suffered enough in silence

    New Delhi: If Pakistan inflicts injuries on India, the costs are going to be far heavier for them, Union Minister Arun Jaitley has said, asserting that there is a shift in India’s approach towards dealing with cross-border tensions as it has “suffered enough in silence” for Pakistan’s terror export.

  • Samajwadi Party lauds Akhilesh govt, reprimands BJP for zero contribution

    Lucknow: Asserting that Uttar Pradesh has developed the most under Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s regime despite all efforts by some unwanted elements to flare communal tension, the Samajwadi Party on Tuesday alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has made no contribution despite its 73 lawmakers representing the state in Parliament.