Free Press Journal
  • Yami Gautam heads to Serbia for ‘Uri’ shooting

    Yami Gautam is headed to Serbia to start shooting for the first schedule of her upcoming film “Uri”. “Yami is all set for her first schedule in Siberia. As her fans and media have been tracking not only has she gotten fitter, but has gone through a makeover to dive into the character she is playing,” a spokesperson said.

  • NIA says LeT not JeM behind Uri, Handwara attacks

    New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today claimed that terror attacks at army installations in Uri and Handwara in Jammu and Kashmir were carried out by Pakistan-based outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).

  • Nagrota terror strike: No lessons learnt from Pathankot, Uri attacks

    The gunning down of seven Indian armymen by terrorists including two officers in a fidayeen attack on the Nagrota military base in Jammu region on Tuesday is a stark reminder that crucial lessons have not been learnt from the two similar attacks in Pathankot and Uri this year. Indeed, the chinks in the security infrastructure are all too clear and need immediate attention. Much lip service is being paid to proper perimeter security around

  • Shiv Sena defends Ghulam Nabi Azad’s remarks on demonetisation deaths

    Mumbai : Shiv Sena on Saturday came out in support of Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, who is under attack from BJP for drawing a comparison between the Uri terror attack casualties and the deaths after demonetisation, saying an apology by him for the comments will not change the truth.

  • Sartaj Aziz to visit India, hints at easing of hostility

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s foreign policy chief, Sartaj Aziz, has said that he plans to attend the Heart of Asia Conference in India on December 3 and suggested the visit could be used to “defuse the tension” between the nuclear-armed neighbours.

  • Pakistan has launched two-pronged attack against India: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: Days after Pakistani official Mehmood Akhtar was expelled over espionage charges, Shiv Sena today said the neighbouring nation has launched a two-pronged attack on India and questioned the need for a Pakistani High Commission in India.

  • Dedicated to Uri martyrs

    Bengaluru : National team captain P R Sreejesh on Tuesday dedicated the Asian Championship Trophy triumph to the Indian soldiers martyred in the Uri attack and their families, saying it’s a Diwali gift to those who lost their lives while safeguarding the country.

  • Hollow denials have impacted Pak credibility

    Pakistan has not learnt any lessons from its near-isolation in the comity of nations in the wake of the Uri terrorist attack in which it gunned down 19 Indian soldiers. After the vehement denials by the Islamabad establishment that the Uri massacre was the handiwork of terrorists trained and armed in Pakistan has come the claim of terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba that it was indeed their job. It is such hollow denials which

  • India must give in to conditional peace

    Having avenged the Uri killings of 19 of our brave soldiers by Pakistan-trained and Pak-armed militants, given a befitting reply to infiltrators bent on creating mayhem in India, and scored major diplomatic successes in isolating Pakistan, New Delhi must ponder over resuming talks with Islamabad from a position of strength. Pakistan’s moves to internationalise the Kashmir issue have been frustrated comprehensively. That is a very positive fallout of the post-Uri diplomacy. As a  prelude

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    Politics over surgical strikes natural

    War is a mere continuation of politics by other means. In military parlance surgical strikes are a form of a limited war. These are special operations aimed at a target and are performed with precision in a short duration. But the linkage with politics is inevitable and undeniable. So it is natural that we are witnessing a pretty heavy dose of partisan politics ever since the Indian Army carried out a swift surgical operation