Free Press Journal
  • Roadside bomb kills 2 policemen in Afghanistan, says official

    Kabul: An Afghan official says at least two police officers, including a district police chief, have been killed by a roadside bomb in northwestern Badghis province. Jamshid Shahabi, spokesman for the provincial governor, says Ismail Khan, chief of police for the Muqar district, was on patrol when his vehicle struck a roadside bomb, killing him and a fellow officer.

  • Afghanistan: Roadside bomb hits bus, killing eight, wounding 40, says officials

    Herat: A roadside bomb hit a Kabul-bound passenger bus in western Afghanistan today, killing at least eight people and wounding around 40, mostly women and children, officials said. “It was a bomb planted by the Taliban to hit security forces but unfortunately it got a passenger bus,” Farah provincial police spokesman Muhibullah Muhib told AFP.

  • Four killed, 14 injured in bomb blast at poll rally in Pakistan

    Peshawar: At least four people were killed and 14 others, including a senior leader of an Islamist party, injured today in a bomb blast on an election rally in northwest Pakistan, the third terror attack on a political rally ahead of the July 25 general elections.

  • mumbai, 2002 Ghatkopar bomb blast, Ghatkopar, Bomb Blast, Ghatkopar Bomb Blast accuse, Maharashtra

    Mumbai: 2002 Ghatkopar bomb blast accused held after 16 years

    Mumbai: Nearly sixteen years after a bomb blast in a city bus killed two persons in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar, Irfan Qureshi, a wanted accused in the case, was arrested from the house of his relative in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad, around 325 kms from here, police said on Monday.

  • Taliban bombing kills 5, including Afghan police commander 

    Kandahar: An Afghan official says a bomb blast has killed five people, including a police commander, in the southern Kandahar province, an attack claimed by the Taliban. A Kandahar police spokesman says Col Janan Mama, commander of the border rapid reaction force, three of his police bodyguards and a civilian were killed in Wednesday’s attack.

  • Bomb blast outside Indian consulate office in Nepal

    Kathmandu: A bomb went off outside an Indian consulate office in Nepal’s Biratnagar, damaging the wall of the premises, a media report said today. Morang SP Arun Kumar BC said the blast took place last night in an open space behind the building that caused minor damage to the wall. Police said they are investigating to find out on who caused the blast, Kathmandu Post reported.

  • Nagaland elections: One injured in a bomb blast at a polling station in Tizit

    Mon (Nagaland): One person was injured in a bomb blast in Nagaland’s Mon District on Tuesday. The blast happened at a polling station in Tizit. According to reports, the bomb was handmade and was hurled at the polling station, in the wee hours of Tuesday morning.

  • Bombing at market in southern Thailand kills 3, injures 18

    Bangkok: A motorcycle bomb exploded at a market today in southern Thailand, killing three people and injuring 18, police said. The attacker parked the bike rigged with explosives nearby and bought goods at the market to blend in with the crowd, police Lt. Eakapong Rattanachai said.

  • Somalia truck bomb blast death toll rises to 358 dead

    Mogadishu: Somalia’s deadliest ever attack, a truck bomb in the capital Mogadishu, has now killed 358 people with 228 more injured, the government said, a major jump in the fatality toll.

  • 276 killed in deadliest single attack in Somalia’s history

    Mogadishu: The most powerful bomb blast ever witnessed in Somalia’s capital killed 276 people with around 300 others injured, the country’s information minister said early today, making it the deadliest single attack in this Horn of Africa nation.

  • mumbai train bombings, rti, IB report, Intelligence Bureau report, Delhi High Court, 2009 Intelligence Bureau report, mumbai, mumbai train blast

    Eleven years of 7/11 Mumbai train blasts: All that we know so far

    The 11 July 2006 Mumbai train bombings were a series of seven bomb blasts that took place over a period of 11 minutes on the Suburban Railway in Mumbai, the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra and the nation’s financial capital. The bombs were set off in pressure cookers on trains plying the Western line of the Suburban Railway network. 209 people were killed and over 700 were injured.

  • ISIS claims car bomb kills 10 in Baghdad

    New York: At least 10 people were killed and 40 other were left injured when a car bomb exploded in central Baghdad early Tuesday.

  • Ariana Grande

    Ariana Grande to return to Manchester for charity show

    London, American pop singer Ariana Grande told fans she plans to return to Manchester where her sell-out concert Monday ended with Britain’s worst terrorist act for 12 years.

  • Mumbai: Bomb blast call by unknown person, cops get alerted from London and Haryana

    Mumbai: The Mumbai police received information on a possibility of a bomb blast in Mumbai city. The control room of Haryana and London had said about the blast would be occur in the city. Due to this the security in Mumbai city was increased by police. London based Swapnil, who was travelling by train in London had heard that, on 14th February ‘Mumbai-London flight bomb’. Swapnil immediately call Harshvardhan Ranshivre on his

  • 19 killed in suicide blast at Afghan Supreme Court

    Kabul : At least 19 people were killed and 41 wounded on Tuesday in a suicide blast at Afghanistan’s Supreme Court in Kabul, officials said, the latest attack to rock the war-torn capital.

Back To Top