Free Press Journal
  • Visa’s new tech for Olympic

    New York : Technology will be a key factor during the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Pyeong Chang 2018 in South Korea, where thousands of fans and athletes will be able to experience a quicker way of paying for purchases with wearable payment devices such as payment-enabled gloves, stickers, Olympic Winter Games pins or a decal on their mobile phones.

  • Can’t call Pakistan’s gesture as ‘consular access’ to Jadhav: MEA

    New Delhi : Pakistans gesture of allowing Kulbhushan Jadhavs mother and wife to meet him in the jail in the presence of an Indian diplomat is a “positive development” but cannot be called consular access as of now, the External Affairs Ministry (MEA) said on Friday.

  • Government calls for time-bound disciplinary action

    New Delhi : The Government on Friday called for expeditious disposal of the disciplinary proceeding cases against its officers by adhering to the stringent timeline gazetted on June 2 for completing them in a time bound manner.

  • Nepal polls: Left wins 5 Parliamentary seats

    Kathmandu : The Left alliance has won five parliamentary seats for which votes were cast in the first phase of Nepal’s parliamentary and provincial assembly elections, officials said on Friday, reports PTI.

  • India becomes member of key export control regime

    The Wassenaar Arrangement was established in order to contribute to regional and international security and stability, by promoting transparency and greater responsibility in transfers of conventional arms and dual-use goods and technologies, thus preventing destabilising accumulations. The aim is also to prevent the acquisition of these items by terrorists.

  • Historians cannot have political, religious leanings: Ramachandra Guha

    Panaji : “Historians cannot have political or religious leanings,” said noted historian Ramachandra Guha while delivering the keynote address of the eighth edition of the Goa Arts and Literature Festival (GALF) that started here on Thursday.

  • Air India to link Hubballi with Bengaluru and Mumbai

    Mumbai : National carrier Air India will link Hubballi, the second largest city and the commercial hub in the state of Karnataka to Bengaluru and Mumbai with an A-319 aircraft effective December 12, 2017.