Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan PM reluctant to take stern action against JuD: Report

    Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi reversed his decision to take stern action against Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Falah-i- Insaniyat Foundation fearing that any such move could trigger a political crisis, a media report said today.

  • Pakistan charges Rs 2.86 lakh as route navigation charges on PM Narendra Modi flights

    New Delhi: Pakistan has billed India Rs 2.86 lakh as route navigation charges for IAF aircraft used by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a stopover in Lahore and visits to Russia, Afghanistan, Iran and Qatar, an RTI response shows. During one such visit on December 25, 2015, Modi had a brief stopover in Lahore at the request of then Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

  • Judiciary and military have become my enemies: Sharif

    Lahore : Pakistan’s ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday accused the country’s judiciary and powerful military of “conspiring” against him and asserted that he was not “afraid” of them.  Speaking at a big rally in Punjab’s Sheikhupura district, the 67-year-old Sharif said both the judiciary and military had become his enemies and want to take revenge against him.  “They have become my enemies and they want to take revenge against me.

  • Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over ‘unprovoked firing’

    Islamabad: Pakistan today summoned India’s Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh here to condemn the “unprovoked firing” by Indian troops across the Line of Control which resulted in the death of a driver of a van carrying school children.

  • US proposes USD 336 mn aid to Pakistan

    The proposal of aid to Pakistan comes weeks after Trump administration suspended nearly USD 2 billion in security assistance to Islamabad due to its inability to take action against terrorist groups operating from its soil.

  • Rahul questions Modi over Pakistan policy

    New Delhi : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday slammed Prime Minister Modi for dithering on the Pakistan policy.

  • Congress tears into Aiyar over pro-Pak remark

    New Delhi : Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao on Tuesday criticised Mani Shankar Aiyar for his ‘I love Pakistan because I love India’ remark, saying he might be expelled from the party.

  • J&K’s PDP-BJP alliance becoming increasingly untenable

    After unending ceasefire violations by Pakistan on the Line of Control and the International Border (IB), militants have stepped up suicide attacks even before Kashmir’s tourism season starts this year.

  • Congress tears into Mani Shankar Aiyar over pro-Pakistan remark

    New Delhi: Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao on Tuesday criticised Mani Shankar Aiyar for his ‘I love Pakistan because I love India’ remark, saying he might be expelled from the party. Rao told ANI that Aiyar should refrain from making such statements which would affect the Congress Party ahead of the Karnataka assembly elections.

  • Robin Raina talks about plan to deliver over 6000 homes to underprivileged

    Robin Raina’s visits to India are not always limited to his official work. He makes it a point to carve out time to pursue his philanthropic interests, executed by the Robin Raina Foundation. The Ebix boss talks about an ambitious plan to deliver over 6000 homes for the underprivileged, being built across the NCR.

  • Kashmir: How long the slow-bleed?

    How long more must Kashmir bleed before the nation as a whole can build a consensus on an effective approach to eliminate the daily threat of terrorist attacks on soldiers and civilians alike? The seemingly unending series of attacks on the army camps and posts in the Valley has taken a heavy toll of human life and have certainly impaired the morale of the country for it to be able to neutralise

  • J&K CM Mehbooba pitches for dialogue with Pak

    Jammu/Srinagar : Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday pitched afresh for a dialogue between India and Pakistan to end the violence in the restive state, even as a gunfight raged between terrorists and security forces in Srinagar.