Free Press Journal
  • United State: Global climate action summit to push countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

    San Francisco: The three-day Global Climate Action Summit here from September 12 will see 4,000-plus business leaders, investors, citizens and government representatives from all over the world, including India and China, coming together with the united resolve to “take ambition to the next level” and nudge the world’s Presidents and Prime Ministers to go further and faster in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Israeli Right wait for Trump

    Jerusalem : Israel’s right wing dismissed US Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech on the conflict with the Palestinians as a parting shot of little consequence, especially with Donald Trump soon taking office.

  • North Korean medium-range missile launch fails again

    Seoul : North Korea conducted what appeared to be its second failed test in a week of a powerful medium-range missile that experts warn could be operationally deployed as early as next year. South Korean and US military monitors said the missile — believed to be an intermediate-range Musudan — exploded shortly after take-off at around 6:30 am Pyongyang time, reports AFP.

  • Pakistan’s nuclear programme cannot be limited: Lodhi

    New York: Pakistan today said its nuclear programme “cannot be limited” and the world should first put an end to India’s atomic activities, a day after the US asked Islamabad to exercise restraint in its nuclear ambitions.

  • US agrees to be partner country for Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2017

    Washington D.C.: Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha Biswal on Saturday announced that United States has agreed to be a partner country for the 2017 Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, the Gujarat Government’s biennial investors’ summit that brings together global business leaders, investors, corporations, thought leaders, and policymakers.

  • U.S. Secretary of State Kerry

    Pak has to do more to clear terror sanctuaries: Kerry

    New Delhi: The United States today said that Pakistan has to do more work towards clearing the terror sanctuaries and push harder against “indigenous groups” operating from its soil that are affecting ties with India and Afghanistan’s peace and stability.

  • John Kerry cracks joke on Delhi rains

    New Delhi: Did you come in boats? This was the question US Secretary of State John Kerry raised at the IIT-Delhi on Wednesday.

  • Now, Pakistan bashing by US from Indian soil

    New Delhi: India scored a diplomatic victory over Pakistan on Tuesday when visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry slammed Pakistan for terrorism and asked it to “dismantle safe havens for terrorists and criminal networks,” including those of Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad and D-Company.”

  • US calls dazed boy ‘the real face’ of Syria’s war

    Washington: The United States has expressed shock at a photo circulating worldwide on social media that shows a dazed Syrian boy covered in blood and dust, calling him “the real face” of the country’s war.

  • U.S. Secretary of State Kerry

    John Kerry calls for restraint over South China Sea

    Manila: US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday urged China and the Philippines to exercise restraint and reduce tensions over their maritime dispute in the South China Sea. He was speaking during a one-day visit to the Philippines. Kerry, in a joint press conference with Philippines Foreign Minister Perfecto Yasay, praised the government’s measured response to the verdict by the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague, that favoured Manila in

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    Beijing urged to accept South China Sea ruling

    Vientiane(Laos): Japan, Australia and the US on Tuesday urged China to recognise the ruling by The Hague’s Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in favour of the Philippines over its South China Sea dispute with Beijing. In a joint statement, US Secretary of State John Kerry, and his Japanese and Australian counterparts, Fumio Kishide and Julie Bishop, who are set to attend multilateral meetings of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) here

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    Turkey coup: US warns against ‘insinuations’ of involvement

    Ankara: The US has warned Turkey against “public insinuations” of American involvement in a failed military coup, saying such claims were “utterly false and harmful” to their relations. After Turkey’s Labour Minister suggested Washington’s involvement in the coup, Secretary of State John Kerry said the US was “willing to provide assistance conducting investigation in the attempted coup, but that public insinuations or claims about any role by the US are utterly false

  • Obama administration offers help to probe Dhaka terror attack

    Washington D.C: The Obama administration has offered to extend all possible help to Bangladesh to investigate last Thursday’s brutal terror attack in national capital Dhaka, which left at least 20 persons dead, including one Indian.