Free Press Journal
  • UK parliament attacker acted alone: Scotland Yard

    Scotland Yard on Sunday admitted they may never know the motive behind the brazen terror attack on the British parliament by Khalid Masood who acted alone and said there’s no information to suggest further attacks are planned.

  • American who took a bullet for Kansas Indian rewarded

    Houston : A 24-year-old American, who took a bullet for an Indian, has been honoured as ‘A True American Hero’ by the Indian-American community in Houston which raised $100,000 to help him buy a house in his hometown Kansas.

  • Fresh blasts rock building taken by Bangla militants

    Dhaka : Elite commandos on Sunday battled to neutralise Islamist militants holed up in a building rocked by fresh explosions, hours after six people were killed and over 50 others injured in blasts claimed by the Islamic State outside the complex in Bangladesh’s northeastern Sylhet city.

  • Pak mulls options to replace Basit

    Islamabad : Pakistan is mulling options to replace its hawkish envoy to India, Abdul Basit, after his tussle with the decisions-makers in Islamabad following the elevation of his junior Tehmina Janjua as Foreign Secretary.

  • UK condemns Pakistan for declaring Gilgit-Baltistan as fifth frontier

    London: A motion was passed in the British Parliament condemning Islamabad’s announcement declaring Gilgit-Baltistan as its fifth frontier, saying the region is a legal and constitutional part of Jammu and Kashmir illegally occupied by Pakistan since 1947.

  • White man abuses Sikh girl in US

    Rajpreet Heir’s case is a yet another disturbing incident of racial discrimination in which people of South Asian origin have been targets of abuse and hate crime.

  • London attacker ‘wasn’t lone wolf’

    London: The Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was not a “lone wolf” and others had played a key part in indoctrinating him and helping to carry out deadly attacks in London, a media report said.

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    Eleven killed in China gold mine accidents

    Eleven people have been killed in separate accid-ents at two gold mines in China’s central Henan province, state media reported on Saturday. Thick smoke engulfed a pit at Qinling gold mine of China National Gold Group in Lingbao city on Friday night, trapping 12 workers and six management staff, officials said. Rescuers retrieved seven bodies from the pit. Of the 10 people found alive, one failed to respond to emergency treatment while the