Free Press Journal
  • Avoid social media for spreading rumours: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi : Presenting the Police Medal for Gallantry and Police Medal for Meritorious Services to Border Security Forces (BSF) personnel at the 15th BSF Investiture Ceremony and delivering the Rustamji Memorial Lecture, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday laid emphasis on the fact that social media has become a tool to spread rumours and asked officers not to forward any message on that which is not authentic and not in

  • DonaldTrump to end suspense today

    Washington : President Donald Trump on Thursday said he will announce his decision on whether the US will withdraw from the Paris climate change accord tomorrow.

  • Bharti Airtel gets nod of SEBI, bourses for Telenor merger

    Mumbai : Bharti Airtel Ltd has received approvals from the Securities and Exchange Board of India and the stock exchanges for the merger of Telenor India Communications Pvt Ltd with itself, the former said in an exchange filing on Thursday.

  • Ballon d’Or in play as CR7 bears down on Leo Messi

    Madrid : Cristiano Ronaldo heads to Saturday’s Champions League final against Juventus on the brink of realising a burning ambition of matching Lionel Messi’s record of winning the Ballon d’Or five times.

  • Pak Prez addresses Parliament amid Oppn’s protests

    Islamabad : Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Thursday an angry Opposition during his annual address to a joint session of parliament with lawmakers chanting anti- government slogans like “Go Nawaz Go” and “traitor”. The Opposition’s main contention is the government’s refusal to broadcast the opposition’s budget speeches live on state-run PTV.

  • 19 Taliban insurgents killed

    Kabul :As many as 19 Taliban insurgents were gunned down on Thursday during a 24-hour operation conducted by security forces in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province.

  • Kabul ends sports diplomacy with Pakistan after bombing

    Kabul : The Afghan Cricket Board (ACB) on Thursday said it had cancelled all matches and agreements with Pakistan after the Afghan intelligence linked the Pakistani intelligence agency to the Kabul bombing that left 90 dead and 463 wounded.

  • Malaysia Airlines plane returns after bomb scare

    Melbourne : A Malaysia Airlines plane, with 337 people on-board, was forced to return to the airport here when a mentally-ill Sri Lankan passenger threatened to detonate a bomb after allegedly trying to force his way into the cockpit, officials said on Thursday. The 25-year-old man was subdued by the crew and passengers who tied him up with belts.

  • India to regain tag of fastest growing eco in Q1: Panagariya

    “India, on an annual basis, is ahead of China and will regain the growth momentum soon on the back of host of reforms initiated by the Modi government “ Arvin Panagariya/ NITI Aayog Vice Chairman.