Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over ceasefire violations

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Tuesday summoned India’s acting Deputy High Commissioner to protest the “unprovoked ceasefire violations” across the Line of Control by the Indian forces that resulted in the death of a Pakistani villager.

  • Ceasefire violations: Pakistan summons Indian Deputy HC

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh to condemn the “unprovoked ceasefire violations” by Indian forces along the International Border in Sialkot Sector, that left one civilian dead and injured nine others.

  • Hasina releases postage stamp

    Dhaka : Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday released a Taka 10 commemorative postage stamp on the country’s 47th Victory Day marking its emergence as an independent nation after a bloody nine-month war against the Pakistani occupation forces in 1971. She also released a Tk 5 data card along with a souvenir issued by Bangladesh Post Office, the Daily Star reported.

  • Pak forces deliberately target Indian civilians: BSF

    Jammu: Pakistani border guarding force, with active connivance of its Army, have resorted to heavy mortal shelling deliberately towards Indian civilian areas along the International Border, Inspector General of BSF D K Upadhyay said today.

  • India, Pak train witnesses sharp fall in passengers

    Jaipur : The Thar Express train which connects India with Pakistan from the western Rajasthan side to Sindh province in Pakistan is witnessing a decline in passengers after the recent attack on Uri and the surgical strike conducted by the Indian forces. The train connects Karachi with Jodhpur. Munabao on the Indian side and Khokhrapar in Pakistan are the two last stations on both sides.