Free Press Journal
  • Make in India can be key sector of bilateral engagement with UK: PM Modi

    New Delhi: Highlighting the importance of technology which plays a significant part in forging strong ties between New Delhi and London, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said it is vital for India and the United Kingdom, two countries linked by history, to work together to define the knowledge economy of the 21st century.

  • Prime Minister Theresa May woos India ahead of her trip

    London : Describing India as one of the UK’s “most important and closest” friends and a leading power in the world, Prime Minister Theresa May said she will hold talks with counterpart Narendra Modi to bolster bilateral strategic ties in areas like defence, security and trade.

  • Two matches cancelled

    Men play cricket amid heavy smog in New Delhi on Sunday. Thick smog has blanketed the capital for days, with local and central authorities meeting to resolve the crisis.  

  • 3-day symposium on poet Abhinav Gupt from today in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A three-day programme on great poet and philosopher, Abhinav Gupt will be organised at Bharat Bhawan from Friday in collaboration with Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Kala Kendra, New Delhi.

  • Ministry decides to advertise for foreign coaches

    New Delhi: Seeking to bring in transparency, the Sports Ministry on Saturday said the hiring of foreign coaches for various disciplines will be done through open advertisement. Sports Minister Vijay Goel approved has the proposal which emerged at a meeting he had with senior officers of his Ministry and Sports Authority of India in New Delhi on Friday. “This will bring more names before the foreign coaches Selection Committee in addition to

  • Not for China to decide where Dalai Lama can visit in India: Congress

    New Delhi: After Beijing warned New Delhi of dire consequences for inviting the Dalai Lama to Arunachal Pradesh, the Congress party on Saturday said it is not for China to decide where the Tibetan spiritual leader can and will go, as he is a much respected guest of India.

  • Narendra Modi misleading BRICS, BIMSTEC: Sartaj Aziz

    Islamabad: A top Pakistani aide, accusing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “misleading” BRICS and BIMSTEC nations, has asserted that New Delhi has no moral ground to talk about counter-terrorism as it is itself involved in terrorism in Kashmir.

  • Central government to use India Post for pulses distribution

    New Delhi : The Central Government has decided to use the postal network for distribution of subsidised pulses and release more channa from buffer stock to ensure availability of these commodities at reasonable prices during the ongoing festival season.

  • 5th India-US cyber dialogue in New Delhi

    Washington: A US delegation will participate in the fifth India-US cyber dialogue in New Delhi this week and interact with industry representatives to build strong regional partnerships with key stakeholders working on a range of cyber issues.

  • Anna Hazare to appear on ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’

    Mumbai: Veteran Gandhian and social crusader Kisan Baburao Hazare, alias Anna Hazare, will be seen promoting his upcoming biopic “Anna: Kisan Baburao Hazare” on popular comedy show “The Kapil Sharma Show“. “Anna Hazare will be shooting for the show on late Friday. This will be the first time he will be a part of any television show.

  • India to revisit Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan?

    New Delhi, : With New Delhi launching a diplomatic blitz against Islamabad following Sunday’s cross-border terror attack on an army base in Kashmir, there seems a possibility of India revisiting the Indus Waters Treaty that was signed with Pakistan in 1960.

  • Prakash Javadekar blooper on Nehru, Patel

    New Delhi : Remarks by Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar about how the British dealt with icons of Indian freedom struggle touched off a controversy on Tuesday, forcing him to issue a clarification.

  • BJP has faced more adversities than Cong in British rule: PM

    New Delhi : New Delhi In a move that is aimed at silencing the criticism that it has not participated in the struggle for independence from the British, and to slam the Congress for its ”anti-democratic tendencies, prime minister Narendra Modi has come up with a proposition that the Bharatiya Janata Party has faced more adversities in independent India than the Congress would have even during British Rule.

  • Prabhu announces four new trains

    Vadodara: Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today announced four new categories of trains, one for unreserved passengers and three for reserved ones, which will be operational in the next couple of months.

  • Modi’s Baloch references are diversionary: Pakistan

    Islamabad : Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s references to Balochistan and Pakistani Kashmir are to divert attention from the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan said on Monday.

  • ‘We’ve settled well in Bhutan’

    New Delhi : Despite the cold conditions in Thimpu, national football coach Stephen Constantine on Friday said team has settled down quite well in Bhutan. The Indian team will play Bhutan in an unofficial away practice game on Saturday. “The weather has not been too bad but the altitude is a little bit of an issue. But we are coping it,” he said.