Free Press Journal
  • Protest against Indian officials being banned from visiting Toronto gurdwara

    Toronto: In a significant development, an important section of the Dixie Road Gurudwara Management Committee of Mississauga, Toronto, held a meeting and expressed their opposition to the recent announcement made by the President of the Management Committee, Gurpreet Singh Bal, banning Indian officials from visiting the Dixie Gurudwara in the Greater Toronto area.

  • US, Israel, India nexus major ‘threat’ to Muslim world: Pakistan Senate Chairman

    Islamabad: An emerging nexus between the US, Israel and India is a major threat to the Muslim world, Pakistan’s Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani has said. According to a press release issued by the Senate secretariat on Wednesday, Rabbani sounded the “warning” while addressing the 13th session of the Parliamentary Union of Islamic Countries (PUIC) in Tehran.

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    52 people killed in Kazakhstan bus fire

    Astana: Fifty-two people were killed today when the bus they were travelling on caught fire in Kazakhstan, the central Asian nation’s emergency services ministry said in a statement. “On January 18 at 10:30 am (0430 GMT), a bus caught fire … 55 passengers and two drivers were on board. Five people who managed to escape are receiving medical assistance. The rest died on the spot,” the ministry said, without elaborating on the

  • Donald Trump reveals highly anticipated ‘Fake News Awards’

    Washington DC: President Donald Trump’s highly anticipated fake awards are out. While people thought the news was “error 404” turns out the website had crashed moments after the link was tweeted by President Trump.

  • Employ merit-based system for Indian immigrants: US admin

    A merit-based immigration system, the Trump administration feels would admit the best and the brightest around the world while making it harder for people to come to the country illegally.

  • Seven Rakhine Buddhists die in police firing

    Yangon : Seven ethnic Rakhine Buddhists died after Myanmar police opened fire on a crowd trying to seize a government office, officials said on Wednesday, in fresh violence in a febrile state already scarred by ethnic and religious hatred.

  • US withholds $65 mn from Palestinian aid programs: State Dept

    Washington : The Trump administration has cut tens of millions of dollars in money for Palestinian refugees, demanding that the UN agency responsible for the programs undertake a “fundamental re-examination,” the State Department said. In a letter on Tuesday, the State Department notified the UN Relief and Works Agency that the US is withholding $65 million of a planned $125 million funding installment to the body. The letter also makes clear that

  • Pak PM must back his claim on Hafiz Saeed, says Haqqani

    New Delhi : Former Pakistan Diplomat Husain Haqqani on Wednesday said Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi needs to come forward with convincing proof to back his claim that there is no substantial evidence to try and convict 26/11terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed.

  • Victoria to showcase digital interactive exhibition on Gandhi

    Melbourne : A four-month long digital interactive exhibition showcasing the life and achievements of Mahatma Gandhi will be held in Australia’s Victoria state in April to build a cultural understanding about India among the residents, state Premier Daniel Andrews said on Wednesday.