Free Press Journal
  • Work on India-bound Tapi gas pipeline begins

    Serkhetabat (Turkmenistan) : Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (Tapi) on Friday ceremonially broke ground on the Afghan section of an ambitious, multi-billion dollar gas pipeline expected to help ease energy deficits in South Asia.

  • US tells India to cut tariffs

    New Delhi : US businesses are pressing India to cut tariffs after the country increased customs duties on dozens of products to boost its Make-in-India drive.

  • Paul slapped with 4-year-ban for  possession of banned drug

    New Delhi : Indian athlete Jithin Paul has been banned for four years after National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) found that the 400 metre hurdler was in possession of a prohibited substance called ‘Meldonium’.

  • Arsenal survives Ostersunds scare; Police officer dies in Bilbao clashes

    Paris : Arsenal scraped into the last 16 of the Europa League despite a 2-1 second-leg defeat by Ostersunds, but Thursday’s action was marred by violent clashes at the match between between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow which left a police officer dead.

  • IT body slams new H-1B norms, sees no impact on industry

    Bengaluru : The United States Administration’s latest move on issuing H-1B visas to software engineers will not make much difference to Indian IT firms, said the apex industry body Nasscom on Friday.