Free Press Journal
  • Russia begins biggest military drills since Cold War

    Moscow: Russia on Tuesday began its biggest military exercises since the Cold War, with the participation of around 300,000 troops, the Defence Ministry said. Members of the Eastern and Central military districts as well as ships of the Pacific and Northern Fleets, the Airborne Force, more than 1,000 aircraft and around 36,000 tanks and other armoured vehicles would take part in the Vostok-2018 exercises, reports Efe news.

  • Salman Khan-Rishi Kapoor conflict; this time the reason is not Ranbir Kapoor

    A rumour of cold war between Salman Khan and Rishi Kapoor has been doing rounds for a while. It seems like the Race 3 actor is upset with the Kapoors. For those living under a rock, the wrangle between these two superstars has been on for a while now, and it seems the common strand here is Katrina Kaif.

  • Pact will end Cold War: South Korea

    Seoul : South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday hailed the outcome of the summit between President Trump and the North’s leader Kim Jong Un as a “historic event” that ended the last Cold War conflict.

  • ‘One-time shot’ for peace with North Korea: Trump

    La Malbaie (Canada) : US President Donald Trump predicted on Sunday that he would know within a minute of meeting Kim Jong Un whether his “one-time shot” at peace with the rNorth Korean leade had a chance of succeeding.

  • India to go ahead with $5.5bn Russia arms deal

    New Delhi : India will go ahead with the proposed purchase of five regiments of Russian-made S-400 Triumf advanced air defense system despite US concerns that the $5.5 billion military deal could limit defence cooperation between New Delhi and Washington.

  • Syria Unrest: Return of Cold War?

    The world might be staring at the return of the Cold War. The alleged chemical attack by the Assad regime on the rebel fighters in a suburb of Damascus last week has set off fresh hostilities between the leaders of the West and the Russians. President Donald Trump ratcheted up the rhetoric, tweeting that US missiles were ready to rain on Syria in retaliation of the poison attack which killed children, women

  • Spy v/s Spy and East v/s West, Second Cold War hovers on horizon

    As a Second Cold War hovers on the horizon, one cannot but wonder why Vladimir Putin so unimaginatively expelled exactly the same number of British diplomats as Theresa May did Russian diplomats. Moscow should have sent 46 Brits packing and proclaimed loud and clear that one Russian spy was as good as two from Britain. Of course, the posturing may be part of the propaganda of two groups that need each other’s

  • Bhayandar: BJP corporators at war with civic chief in MBMC, Mayor threatens boycott

    Bhayandar: The cold war between the BJP-led Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) and civic chief Dr Naresh Gite has taken an ugly turn. The simmering tension burst out into the open after MBMC Mayor Dimple Mehta and legislator Narendra Mehta organised a press conference on Friday and openly spewed venom against the Municipal Commissioner expressing discontent with his autocratic style of functioning which was posing a disastrous and negative effect on the all-round development of the

  • JFK papers revive conspiracy theories

    Since Oswald was never brought to trial, doubts are bound to linger about the nature and extent of his guilt. According to a 2013 Gallup poll, 61 per cent of Americans believe he did not act alone. These sceptics are convinced the intelligence agencies are keeping a tight lid on what really happened either to cover up their own inefficiency or to conceal the real truth.

  • Cold War revives as US-Russia ties worsen

    It is ironical indeed that US President Donald Trump who was a passionate votary of better US-Russia relations so much so that he was accused of allowing Russia to meddle in US’ presidential elections is proving to be an instrument of what is turning out to be the worst crisis between the two since the Cold War. His grudging signature on new sanctions punishing Russia for the alleged interference in last year’s US election

  • Russia slams Trump’s Cold War policy on Cuba

    Moscow : Russia’s foreign ministry on Saturday said it regretted US President Donald Trump’s policy reversal on Cuba, calling it reminiscent of the Cold War era.

  • China cautions India, others against any informal alliance

    Beijing : China on Tuesday cautioned India and other Asian countries against forming informal alliances to counter its increasing assertiveness as they cannot rely on the US in Trump era.

  • Ties with US at lowest since Cold War, says Russia

    Moscow: Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest point since the end of Cold War, but there is hope in US President Donald Trump, a top Russian official said on Tuesday.

  • Russia accuses US of starting new arms race

    Moscow : Washington is “initiating a new arms race” by deploying large-scale troops to Europe, said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova.