Free Press Journal
  • Resistance to Trump’s travel ban mounts across America

    In a joint statement, Arizona Senator John McCain and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham called Trump’s travel ban a “self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism.”

  • Mosque shooting kills 6

    Trudeau calls it terrorist attack on Muslims

  • Lajpatrai, NL Dalmia into final

    Mumbai : Lala Lajpatrai and N.L. Dalmia registered contrasting wins to set up the title clash, in the N.L. Dalmia Annual B-School T20 cricket tournament, at the Oval Maidan on Monday.

  • Hockey India wants written apology from Pakistan

    New Delhi : Taking a firm stand, Hockey India on Monday made it clear that it won’t play any bilateral series with Pakistan unless the country’s federation submits an unconditional written apology for the unprofessional behaviour of its players during the 2014 Champions Trophy.

  • Mexican president gets new US invite

    Santa Fe : Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has a new diplomatic invitation to visit the United States after canceling a trip to Washington in response to President Donald Trump’s plans to build a border wall this time from a trio of Democratic lawmakers in the heavily Hispanic state of New Mexico.

  • Colombo task for Mohun Bagan

    Colombo : Kolkata giants Mohun Bagan will take of Sri Lankan champions Colombo FC in a Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup preliminary stage match here on Tuesday.

  • England edge India in first U-19 One-day

    Mumbai : India’s Under-19 team went down to England by 23 runs in the opening game of the five-match Youth One-day Interntaional (ODI) series at the Wankhede Stadium here on Monday.

  • Goebbels’ secy, witness to Hitler’s bunker moments, dies at 106

    Munich : The former secretary of Nazi Germany’s propaganda boss Joseph Goebbels died aged 106 last week, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the maker of a documentary about her said on Monday. Brunhilde Pomsel died on January 27 in a care home in the southern city of Munich, said Christian Kroenes, who conducted extensive interviews with her for his 2016 film “A German Life”.

  • ‘Undercurrent’ in Goa in our favour: AAP

    Mapusa (Goa) : Making a serious bid in Goa assembly polls, Aam Aadmi Party claims there is a “strong under current” in its favour even if voters are hesitant to come out openly in its support.

  • Priyanka saves pocket borough from SP hold

    NEW DELHI: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (45), daughter of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, still holds no position in the party but still she has proved to be a crisis manager to handle matters that other senior leaders fail to resolve.

  • Furore over fake email to Rahul on Punjab polls

    NEW DELHI : How the misuse of the social media can play havoc in the elections came to light on Monday when a fake email allegedly written by former Punjab Congress chief Partap Singh Bajwa to Rahul Gandhi, questioning his decisions spread like a wildfire on both twitter and Facebook.

  • ‘Hindu exodus’ not an election issue in Kairana

    Kairana (Uttar Pradesh) : The so-called ‘Hindu exodus’ from Kairana in western Uttar Pradesh, which had grabbed headlines, is a non-issue in the electoral battle here.

  • BJP, Congress battling rebellion in Uttarakhand

    Dehradun : With just two days left for withdrawal of nominations in Uttarakhand, both BJP and Congress have intensified their efforts to persuade rebel party candidates who have thrown their hats into the ring as independents to withdraw.

  • One million sign petition to cancel Trump’s UK State Visit

    London : An online petition seeking cancellation of US President Donald Trump’s State Visit to the UK has quickly crossed the one-million signature-mark to be considered for a debate in British Parliament, amid international uproar over his controversial immigration ban on people from seven Muslim nations.

  • 5 soldiers rescued from avalanche die of injuries

    Srinagar : Five Indian Army soldiers, rescued from the snow after being trapped by an avalanche near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district last week succumbed to their injuries while being evacuated, defence officials said on Monday.

  • Payments banks to have multiplier impact on banking: Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said payments bank will have a “multiplier impact” by providing doorstep banking to people in remote areas at lower cost and compete with traditional banks in future.

  • Pakistan declines India invite for Speakers’ Summit

    New Delhi : Amidst chill in Indo-Pak ties, Pakistan has declined an invitation by Indian Parliament and Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) to attend South Asian Speakers’ Summit to be held next month.

  • Protesting TMC to skip 2 days of Budget session

    The ruling Trinamool Congress in West Bengal has been at loggerheads with the Modi government over demonetisation and the arrest of its two MPs by CBI in connection with alleged chitfund scam.

  • Mumbai victorious

    Vadodara : Shreyas Iyer’s blazing form will be some sort of an assurance for his franchise Delhi Daredevils as his quickfire unbeaten 79 off 49 balls helped Mumbai beat Ranji Trophy champions Gujarat by 5 wickets.