Free Press Journal
  • Kanda, Chaddha in judicial custody till Sep 25

    New Delhi: A Delhi court Tuesday extended till Sep 25 the judicial custody  of former Haryana Minister Gopal Goyal Kanda and his employee Aruna Chaddha, accused of abetting the suicide of former flight attendant Geetika Sharma.

  • Top BJP leaders’close associates too got coal blocks: Scindia

    Patna: Slamming the BJP for stalling Parliament over coal blocks allotment, Union Minister of State for Industries and Commerce Jyotiraditya Scindia Tuesday claimed that some close associates of top BJP leaders like Nitin Gadkari, Sushma Swaraj and Narendra Modi too had been alloted coal blocks.

  • Quota bill to divert attention from coal scam:BJP

    Dehra Dun: Accusing the UPA of being unsympathetic to backward classes and Dalits, the BJP today said the Bill on reservation in promotion to SCs and STs in government jobs was brought in to divert the people’s attention from the alleged scam in coal block allocations.

  • JD(U) flays Congress for attacking CAG

    New Delhi: Opposition JD-U today flayed Congress for attacking CAG and for suggesting a political agenda behind its report on coal block allocation.

  • Kejriwal threatens to sit on protest for jailed cartoonist

    Mumbai: Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal today demanded that all the charges against the jailed cartoonist Aseem Trivedi be dropped or else he will sit on protest outside the Arthur Road prison here from Saturday.

  • Anti-KNPP protests spread to Chennai

    Chennai: The protests against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project today spread to Chennai with members of various parties and outfits being arrested for staging road blockade in various parts of the city.

  • Autos move to hike fare unilaterally

    Mumbai : Proving yet again that they are a law unto themselves, auto rickshaws will start charging Rs 15 instead of Rs 12 as minimum fare from Friday.

  • Anti-Nuke protest turns violent

    One person dead in firing on protestors who have laid siege to the nuclear plant at Koodankulam.

  • Cong drops pretence, guns for CAG himself

    New Delhi : Shedding aside the pretension of not attacking a Constitutional body, the Congress on Monday trained its guns on Comptroller and Auditor General Vinod Rai, hinting that he was allegedly working in tandem with the BJP.

  • Cop ‘assaults’ choreographer

    Mumbai :  Salman Khan (25), one of the choreographers and top contenders in the television dance show, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, registered a non-cognizable complaint against a police constable for allegedly assaulting him in the wee hours of Monday in Goregoan west.

  • Serena craves for more Slam magic

    A champion is defined not by their wins but by how they can recover when they fall. Serena Williams

  • Anonymous donors run political parties

    Congress is the richest political party: it ‘earned’  Rs 2,008 crore in 2004-2011 and the BJP Rs 994 crore. BSP is third on the list with Rs 484 crore ‘income’.

  • Now, obama outraises romney

    President Obama’s campaign team has raised USD 114  million in the month of August compared to Romney campaign’s 111.6 million fund

  • Smiling Beauty-Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dental Artistry

    Smile is a divine gift. An exclusive prerogative of the human race. It has an amazing capacity to help connect with others. Smile reads ‘HAPPY’. Along with the outward beauty it reveals the beauty within.

  • Plastic Surgery – The Positives & The Pitfalls

    Owing to the advancement in science & technology, and the varied ‘interesting’ treatments available, many people today feel compelled to go under the knife with the expectations of improving their not-so-perfect body part. Botox, plastic surgery, cosmetic surgery, and countless other such aesthetic procedures are widely opted for today.

  • Monsoon Health Care

    Monsoon might have given us a big surprise by playing hide and seek, but it’s presence – even in moderation – brings with it various health problems, like allergies, infections and indigestion. (more…)

  • Playing it safe, Karan?

    If Eid belonged to Salman Khan, then Diwali is booked by Shah Rukh Khan and Christmas is reserved for Aamir Khan. Question is, when these Khans have already planned to release their movies on the important dates in the Bollywood calendar then where will Karan Johar release his next directorial venture? Karan’s movie ‘Student