Free Press Journal
  • Four Hizbul Mujahideen over ground workers arrested in Jammu and Kashmir

    Kupwara (Jammu and Kashmir): Four over ground workers (OGW) of Hizbul Mujahideen were arrested in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district on Monday. “On a specific input, the Jammu and Kashmir police along with Police Force” Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) launched a joint operation and arrested all four of them,” police said.

  • Adani Foundation’s ‘Udaan’ project benefiting Indian students

    New Delhi: A learning-based initiative aimed at students is making waves in schools and colleges across India. Going by the name of “Project Udaan”, this initiative has benefitted around 1.5 lakh students covering 1,600 schools and colleges across India.

  • ‘Matter laid to rest’, claims Bar Council of India on Supreme Court rift

    New Delhi: The Bar Council of India (BCI) on Monday said that the rift between the Chief Justice of India (CJI) and four senior Supreme Court judges has been “laid to rest”. BCI Chairman Manan Kumar Mishra said that the matter was resolved after a judges meet in the CJI Dipak Misra’s chamber at 10.30 on Monday morning.

  • Army Day 2018: A reason to celebrate

    Army Day marks a day to salute the valiant soldiers who sacrificed their lives to protect the country and the people living in it. It is celebrated on 15 January to mark the taking over of the first Indian Commander-in-Chief by General (later Field Marshal) K M Cariappa, from General Francis Robert Bucher. This occurred on 15 January 1949. The Army Day in 2018 would be the 70th parade to commemorate the

  • Army Day 2018: The nation’s Brahmastra

    Military scholars may quote Sun Tzu often when it comes to military strategy, but my favorite is the worldly-wise Chanakya.  Centuries ago he told the king of Magadh: “The Mauryan soldier does not himself the Royal treasuries enrich nor does he the Royal granaries fill… The soldier only and merely ensures that… He is thus the very basis and silent, barely visible cornerstone of our fame, culture, physical well-being and prosperity; in

  • Army Day 2018: Armed with BRAHMOS, Indian Army gets ready to safeguard the nation

    Army Day 2018: Armed with BRAHMOS, Indian Army gets ready to safeguard the nation

    India, surrounded by a highly volatile neighbourhood in the subcontinent, is also witnessing rapidly changing power equations and new strategic build-ups across Asia in recent times. With its topmost focus on safeguarding territorial integrity and national sovereignty, New Delhi has steadfastly taken up the task of modernising the country’s Armed Forces in a comprehensive manner.

  • Army Day 2018: The Shining light

    The Indian Army after an eventful year, steps into 2018, with renewed zeal and resolve to meet the multi spectral security challenges that face the Nation. It continues to uphold and signify the finest values and essence of Indian Democracy. Its homogeneity and intrinsic strength embodies the essence of our nation, ie, “Unity in Diversity”, in all its glory.I would not be wrong in stating that the respect and love of the

  • Army Day 2018: Respect the silent soldier

    Harsha Kakkar, Major General (Retd) talks about the problems faced by the soldiers of The Indian Army and how can they be benefitted by offering incentives to them from the government