Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan temporarily reopens border with Afghanistan

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Tuesday temporarily reopened two border crossings with Afghanistan which were closed in February after a spate of terror attacks in the country. The opening of the Torkham and Chaman border crossing points on March 7 and 8 is being seen as a move to ease tension between the two neighbours and relieve some of the backlog of people and vehicles at the border, Dawn online reported.

  • Manmohan Singh not a weak PM, but Modi is abrasive: Manish Tewari

    New Delhi: Congress leader Manish Tewari asserted to the statement made by him on Monday at the launch of his book ‘Decoding a Decade’ at Punjab University confirmed that Dr. Manmohan Singh was not a weak Prime Minister, but the current Prime Minister Narendra Modi is an abrasive one.

  • Concerns conveyed to U.S. over H1B visa: Ravi Shankar Prasad

    New Delhi: The Government of India has conveyed its concerns to the U.S. administration on the move to curb H1B visa processing. Concerns have been conveyed to USA. Indian IT companies have been servicing 75 percent of Forbes companies. Indian IT companies giving opening to American companies. Whole IT movement is based on sharing and reciprocity,” said Communications and Information Technology and Law and Justice minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Ravi Shankar Prasad.

  • Watch Noor trailer: the Crazy and Funny side of Sonakshi Sinha

    Sonakshi Sinha is fantastic actor and we have seen the Dabangg girl in almost every role, but her upcoming movie Noor is something different, makers of Noor have released the trailer and we can say that it is worth to watch and you must have not seen Sonakshi Sinha playing such a character Movie is based on the Pakistani novel Karachi, You’re Killing Me, the books tells the story of a young

  • Two accomplices of Prajapati arrested

    Noida/Lucknow: Two aides of the absconding UP Cabinet minister Gayatri Prajapati have been arrested from Noida by the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force in connection with the rape case against the SP leader.

  • New travel ban doesn’t keep US safe: Indian-American lawmakers

    Washington: President Donald Trump’s revised executive order to ban citizens of six-Muslim majority nations from entering America does not make the US “safe”, top Indian-American lawmakers have said. “Make no mistake: this ban does not keep us safe. It puts American lives at risk while isolating the Muslim community at a time when we need to address the threat of homegrown extremism. No matter the changes, this executive action remains immoral and

  • Hrithik Roshan’s next will be with Sajid Nadiadwala and Kabir Khan

    There have been several speculations about Hrithik Roshan’s next film after Kaabil since the actor has maintained silence about his forthcoming ventures. Now amidst rumours, we hear that the actor will be seen in Kabir Khan’s next.

  • OOPS: Deepika Padukone MISTAKEN for Priyanka Chopra…yet again, by the foreign media

    These days, Bollywood actresses, besides conquering the Hindi film industry are making their presence felt in Hollywood as well. The torchbearers of the same these days are in the form of the gorgeous and stunning beauties viz., Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra, both of whom have carved their distinct identities in the West as well. While Priyanka Chopra became a household name with her role in the famous TV series ‘Quantico’ and

  • Women’s Day 2017: Creativity gives women wings to fly

    New Delhi: Three years ago, Malini Arora, 29, left a busy corporate job to satiate her itch to explore her creative instincts as a designer of contemporary ethnic wear.

  • Melbourne to unveil female traffic light signals

    Melbourne: Australia’s Melbourne city will unveil pedestrian traffic lights depicting female figures as a part of a lobby group’s push for gender equality, the media reported.  Ten female pedestrian figures will be installed on traffic lights at the intersection of Swanston and Flinders streets as part of a 12-month trial, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported.

  • India takes up fisherman killing at highest level, Sri Lanka promises probe

    New Delhi/Chennai: The Sri Lankan Navy has promised a thorough probe into the killing of an Indian fisherman in the Palk Straits after India took up the matter at the highest level, according to sources.  India has voiced deep concern over the killing of the Indian fisherman on Monday night allegedly by the Sri Lankan navy.

  • Lucknow: Robbery at Mukund Jewellers caught on CCTV

    On late Sunday night at Mukund Jewellers in the Chowk bullion market here in which 40 kg gold and Rs 13.5 crore cash were looted. Now day after the robbery, we have got the CCTV footage of the robbery.