Free Press Journal
  • Over 500 Indians in Pakistani jails

    Lahore: More than 500 Indians, mostly fishermen, are languishing in various jails in Pakistan, according to an official report.

  • Sizzling Saini takes Delhi into the final In Ranji Trophy

    Pune : Young speedster Navdeep Saini bowled one of the most devastating spells of recent times in Indian domestic cricket as Delhi humiliated Bengal by an innings and 26 runs to enter the Ranji Trophy final.

  • Saudi intercepts Yemen rebel missile over Riyadh

    Riyadh : Saudi Arabia said it intercepted a missile on Tuesday over Riyadh fired by Iran-backed Huthi rebels in Yemen who announced that the target was the official residence of King Salman.

  • Palin’s son accused of beating up his fathe

    Washington : Former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin’s oldest son has been charged with beating up his father, the media reported, reports IANS.

  • China a rival power, challenge to US influence, values: Trump

    Beijing retaliates saying Washington must abandon its Cold War mentality as it would only harm itself as well as others. China will resolutely safeguard its sovereignty, security and right to develop.

  • Microsoft to focus on Government, SMB for growth

    Mumbai : Microsoft will focus more on the government and the small business segments to grow its India revenues, a top official has said. “The SMB (small and medium businesses) segment and the segments around digital India (and) government would be clear areas of focus for us in addition to all the work around enterprise and consumer that we have been doing,” Microsoft India president Anant Maheshwari told the PTI on Tuesday.

  • Five telecos understated revenues

    New Delhi : Tata Teleservices, Telenor, Videocon and Reliance Jio are among five telecom firms that have understated revenues by over Rs 14,800 crore, resulting in a short fall of nearly Rs 2,578 crore to the exchequer, the union government’s auditor said on Tuesday.

  • Food regulator FSSAI’s labs are a sham: CAG

    New Delhi : The government auditor has pulled up food regulator – the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) – for issuing licences to food business operators without complete documents, and questioned it on the quality of testing with 65 out of 72 state labs not being National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) accredite.

  • US vetoes UN council resolution on Jerusalem

    Washington : The US has vetoed a UN Security Council resolution that called on President Donald Trump to withdraw recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, exercising its veto power for the first time in six years, reports PTI.