Free Press Journal
  • Pak needs to be warned on terror, says ROOD

    Washington : The US should “make it clear” to Pakistan that the Trump administration will not tolerate Pakistan providing safe havens to terrorists, nominee for Under Secretary of Defence for Policy John C Rood said on Friday, reports PTI.

  • India, Australia, Japan, US hold talks on Indo-Pacific cooperation

    Manila: Signalling a widening of their security cooperation under the proposed quadrilateral coalition, officials from India, the US, Japan, and Australia on Sunday held extensive talks here to pursue common interests in the strategically important Indo-Pacific region, where China has been aggressively expanding its military presence.

  • US gives list of 20 terror groups to Pakistan

    Islamabad: The Trump administration is believed to have shared a list of 20 terrorist groups with Pakistani officials, in its efforts toward helping Islamabad eliminate terrorists.

  • Two dead in shooting at Colorado Walmart in US

    Washington: Two men were killed and a woman was injured today in a shooting inside a Walmart store in Colorado, police said today. Thornton Police said “it was not an active shooter” but advised people to stay away from the area. “Shooting just occurred at Walmart, 9900 Grant St, multiple parties down. Please stay away from the area,” Thornton Police Department said in an earlier tweet.

  • Trump orders ‘extreme vetting’ of foreign visitors

    Washington : President Donald Trump said he had ordered more robust “extreme vetting” of travellers coming into the US in the aftermath of the first deadly terror attack in New York since the September 11, 2001 carnage in the city.

  • US waiting to see Pak act on terror in next weeks

    Washington : The US is waiting to see the practical steps taken by Pakistan over the next weeks and months in its war against terrorism, a top American diplomat has said asserting that the Trump Administration is moving quickly on its own strategy to fight against terror groups.

  • ‘US keen to move forward on key defence pacts with India’

    Washington: The US is keen to move forward on some important defence agreements with India that will make it easier for the Trump administration to share classified data and facilitate the sale of F-16 and F-18 fighter jets to New Delhi, a top American diplomat has said.

  • Pakistan must take decisive action against terror groups: US

    Washington, The Trump administration has communicated to Pakistan that it must take “decisive” action against terrorist groups and dismantle their safe havens on its soil, a State Department official today said as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson wrapped up his maiden South Asia visit.

  • Norms to pay only for road used soon

    Many countries like US, Australia have been doing trials on the distance-based electronic  tolling, which India is also mulling to implement.

  • Heartbreak, anger in US’ Richardson after Indian girl’s death

    Houston: People in the US city of Richardson are mourning and angry over the tragic death of 3-year-old Indian girl Sherin Mathews, with many asking why her foster father did not wake his nurse wife when he knew that the toddler was chocking on milk and struggling to breathe.

  • Bhopal: ‘We made Indira, PM; Pratibha, President: US yet to have woman Prez’

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan raised the issue of the US not having got a woman President till date in his speech at Washington DC on Tuesday. In what may well be considered a diplomatic impropriety and a uncharitable comment on the internal affairs of a foreign nation, Chouhan said, “We elected Indira Gandhi as the Prime Minister, we made Pratibha Patil the President of the country but the USA has

  • 2018 will be a better year for Indian IT: Industry experts

    With GDP growth rate touching around 2.5 per cent in US, Indian IT companies are likely to see good growth in the coming year. US is one of the key markets for domestic IT firms, contributing a bigger share of revenue to overall earnings.

  • Body of 3-year-old Indian girl missing in texas, found in culvert, SAY police

    Houston : Police in the US on Monday found the body of a small child in a culvert, which they say is “most likely” that of a 3-year-old Indian girl who went missing over two weeks ago when her foster father sent her outside alone late in the night as punishment for not drinking her milk.