Free Press Journal
  • Love Kills: 4 terrorists killed with a weakness for women

    Unless you live under the rocks you might be aware of the encounter of the top Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Abu Dujana in a joint operation carried out by the Jammu & Kashmir police, Army and CRPF. Hailing from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir’s Gilgit Baltistan, Dujana was involved in several terrorist attacks including the assassination of a PDP district president, Pampore and Udhampur attacks. He was also the key-recruiter of Lashkar-e-Taiba and also in-charge of several terror operations

  • No decision yet on UN ban on Azhar, says China

    Beijing: China today said it will take “a decision in due course” about the pending application in the UN to designate Pakistan-based JeM terror group leader Masood Azhar as a terrorist when it comes for a review.

  • Deaflympians demand equal treatment with para-athletes

    New Delhi: The Deafolympians, who had staged a protest at the airport here for not getting a proper welcome by the Sports Ministry, have demanded that they should be treated at par with para-athletes.

  • TATA Mumbai Marathon 2018: Date, eligibility, fees, registration

    Mumbai Marathon’s new title sponsor The Tata Group has replaced Standard Chartered Bank, which has been the marathon’s sponsor for a decade now. From its 2018 edition, the run will be called TATA Mumbai Marathon. The event is considered to be amongst the top ten marathons in the world. It also has its own fundraising platform managed by United Way Mumbai. The platform has over the years managed to successfully raise Rs

  • BJP meets Election Commission to discuss removal of NOTA

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has said that a board of members has met the Election Commission over the removal of NOTA or ‘None of the Above’ options for voters, on Wednesday.

  • 8 GRP cops to be booked for sexual abuse of man in custody

    Mumbai: The CBI today informed the Bombay High Court that eight railway personnel will be booked for allegedy sexually abusing a 25-year-old man, who was in their custody on suspicion of robbery, but there was no evidence to show he was murdered by them.

  • Neymar tells Barcelona teammates ‘he is leaving’

    Barcelona: Neymar informed his teammates he is leaving Barcelona, a club spokesperson confirmed today, as his potential world record move to Paris Saint-Germain moved a step closer.

  • Roger Federer confirms Montreal return, to play Rogers Cup

    Johannesburg: Swiss tennis maestro Roger Federer, who recently clinched his 19th Grand Slam title at the Wimbledon, has confirmed that he is all set to make a return to Montreal with the next week’s ATP event.

  • SRK enjoys breaking away from fast-paced lifestyle

    New Delhi: Just before getting into the hectic multi-city promotional tours for his forthcoming Bollywood entertainer “Jab Harry Met Sejal” last month, superstar Shah Rukh Khan took a family vacation to Los Angeles. He says it was a “refreshing experience”.

  • Indians don’t kiss! Babumoshai Bandookbaaz heroine responds to Pahlaj Nihalani’s 48 cuts

    Pahlaj Nihalani chief of CBFC has asked for 48 cuts in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz which is slated to release on August 25. But Bidita Bag heroine Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is unhappy with CBFC decision and has taken on CBFC chief Pahlaj Nihalani. In her Instagram post Bidita wrote, “Indians don’t kiss, Indians don’t use cuss words. #Sanskari, #BabumoshaiBandookbaaz #CBFC.” The anger of the Bidita can be clearly seen through her post.

  • Civic body elections: BJP fields no Muslim candidate for municipal polls

    Kolkata: With two of its minority candidate withdrawing their nomination due to alleged intimidation by TMC, the state BJP has decided against fielding any Muslim candidate in the upcoming municipal polls. The state BJP is confident that the decision will send a “right message” among the people as the party “does not follow the politics of appeasement”.

  • Hezbollah, ex-Al Qaeda affiliate begin prisoner swap

    Beirut: An exchange of prisoners between the Lebanese Shia Hezbollah movement and former Al Qaeda affiliate Jabhat Fateh al-Sham began on Wednesday as part of an agreement to end hostilities in the region of Arsal, bordering Syria.