Free Press Journal
  • Drive to check atrocities against women in UP

    Lucknow, Jun 27: Under attack for spurt in crime against women in Uttar Pradesh, the state government today said it will launch a special one-month-long drive on July 1 to check atrocities against women.

  • Maha govt suspends inspector involved in rave party

    Mumbai, Jun 27: In a big embarrassment to Mumbai police, an Anti Narcotics Cell inspector was among five persons arrested by the Raigad police today after they raided a rave party where drugs were being used.

  • Comparative version of Lokpal bill is one-sided, says Bhushan

    New Delhi, June 27: Senior lawyer and civil society representative Shanti Bhushan Monday wrote to union minister Pranab Mukherjee asking him not to release the comparative version of the Lokpal bill without the consent of all members on the drafting panel.

  • Congress holds massive protest in Lucknow

    Lucknow, June 27: Thousands of Congress workers led by Uttar Pradesh party chief Rita Bahuguna Joshi were arrested here Monday for staging a street protest to demand a CBI probe into the alleged murder of deputy chief medical officer Y.S. Sachan.

  • Stalin meets Kanimozhi in Tihar jail

    New Delhi, Jun 27: Leader M K Stalin today met his half-sister and party MP Kanimozhi, arrested in connection with the 2G scam, at Tihar jail here. Stalin, who flew in from Chennai this morning, met Kanimozhi at the Tihar jail accompanied by DMK Parliamentary Party Leader T R Baalu and MP A K S Vijayan.

  • Rahul Gandhi meets Uttar Pradesh rape victim

    New Delhi, June 27:  Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi today met the 14-year-old girl from Uttar Pradesh, undergoing treatment at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) after being stabbed in the eye by two men who tried to rape her.

  • Ranjan Mathai to be India’s next Foreign Secretary

    New Delhi, June 27: Mr.Ranjan Mathai, an Indian Foreign Service (IFS) Officer of the 1974 batch, will be the next Foreign Secretary of India, with a term of two years.

  • Chhota Rajan ordered J Dey killing: police

    Mumbai, June 27: The Mumbai police on Monday claimed that veteran crime journalist Jyotirmoy Dey’s murder case has been cracked by the Mumbai crime branch and the seven suspects have been sent to police custody till July 4.Three shooters have been arrested from Rameshwaram, three from Mumbai and one from Solapur. All seven accused work for the Chhota Rajan gang, and the police said that Chhota Rajan ordered the killing.

  • BCCI agrees to modified DRS without ball-tracker

    New Delhi/Hong Kong, Jun 27: Abandoning its rigid stand on technology, the BCCI today agreed to the mandatory use of the controversial Decision Review System in a modified version in all international matches at the ongoing ICC Annual Conference.

  • Singur land issue: HC refuses to pass interim injunction

    Kolkata, Jun 27: The Calcutta High Court today refused to pass an interim order restraining the West Bengal government from distributing to farmers in Singur the land acquired earlier to set up Tata’s car manufacturing unit.

  • 2G case: Morani’s bail plea deferred

    New Delhi, June 27: The Delhi High Court Monday deferred till July 5 the hearing on the interim bail plea of Cineyug Films founder Karim Morani, who is in jail for alleged involvement in the 2G spectrum allocation case.

  • J Dey murder case cracked, seven arrested

    Mumbai, Jun 27: Two weeks after crime reporter Jyotirmoy Dey was shot dead here, Maharashtra Government today said the murder case has been cracked with the arrest of seven persons from the state and Tamil Nadu.

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