Free Press Journal
  • 30 people die after consuming toxic liquor in Pakistan

    Lahore: At least 30 people, mostly Christians, have died and nearly 60 others fell sick after consuming illegally-brewed toxic liquor on Christmas eve in a town in Pakistan’s Punjab province.

  • Highlights of PM Narendra Modi’s speech at Parivartan Rally in Dehradun

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Dehradun today to address a Parivartan Rally as a part of Bhartiya Janta Party’s outreach programme to woo voters before the upcoming elections. Modi inaugurated the 900-km ‘Char Dham Highway’ Development programme and paid tribute to those who lost their lives in the 2013 flood flash in Uttarakhand.

  • BJP social media cell conspired Aamir Khan’s removal from Snapdeal

    Last year, this time around Aamir Khan was in some serious trouble for his comments on ‘rising intolerance’ in the country. Aamir was sacked as the brand ambassador of the e-commerce platform Snapdeal following his comments.

  • Suzuki launches next-gen Swift in Japan

    Japanese auto major Suzuki has finally taken the wraps off the all new Swift hatchback, which will go on sale in Japan on January 4, 2017. The Swift, since it was launched in 2004, has gone ahead to become one of the most successful car marques in the car firm’s history. It has sold over 5.3 million units worldwide.

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    Salman Khan should say ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karoge’ to one of these actresses

    The only name that comes to our mind when we say ‘eligible bachelor’ is Salman Khan. Been in the industry for almost three decades, the actor has dated gorgeous ladies in the past, from Somy Ali to Katrina Kaif, but has managed to stay single, unmarried and handsome.

  • Bhopal: Lack of proper budget and delay have shackled Hamidia Hospital

    BHOPAL: Hamidia Hospital has been under the scanner since last four days but little has changed there. The visit of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has changed the offices of the hospital but there is hardly any change in the facilities and conditions of the hospital. The question that crops up every now and then to all, is how the conditions in government hospital can be changed. Hamidia Hospital which is considered

  • China now within India’s missile range

    It is indeed a matter of deep satisfaction and elation that India’s longest range nuclear-capable missile, Agni-5 was successfully test-fired from the Kalam Island off Odisha coast by the Defence Research and Development Organisation on Monday. The intercontinental surface-to-surface ballistic missile, the latest in the country’s ‘Agni’ family of medium to intercontinental range missiles, with new technology for navigation and guidance, gives India the strategic depth it needs to contain its enemies. With China

  • More up PM’s sleeve to combat black money

    Was it a faux pas on the part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to have hinted at a long term capital gains tax on securities transactions in a speech at a forum of SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) over the weekend or was it a case of misreporting by the media? If Finance Minister Arun Jaitley were to be believed, it was the latter. Mr Modi’s statement may sound innocuous in the

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    Shivaji statue in lieu of reservations

    Having succeeded in moving ahead of the Shiv Sena and the MNS within the Hindutva camp in Maharashtra, the BJP’s next objective is apparently to consolidate its hold on the Marathi manoos so that it cannot easily be dislodged from its present position. To achieve this aim, the BJP’s brains trust has come up with the idea of a memorial to Shivaji on 16 hectares of reclaimed land in the Arabian Sea, including a