Free Press Journal
  • Alleged rapist of Spanish woman caught?

    Media reports indicate that the 27-year-old Spanish woman who was raped in her flat in one of Mumbai’s most expensive suburbs has identified the man who assaulted her. He is being interrogated by the police and his arrest is likely to be announced tonight according to NDTV

  • India slams safe haven for Dawood in Pakistan

    Nearly 20 years after serial bomb blasts in Mumbai killed 257 people and left 713 others injured, Pakistan continues to provide safe haven to fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim, India said at an Interpol meeting in Rome Monday.

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    Uddhav Thackeray leaves hospital after angioplasty

    Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray was Tuesday discharged from Lilavati Hospital here after undergoing a second angioplasty Sunday, party officials said.

  • 33 injured in clash over land acquisition in Bengal

    Amid allegations of police firing, 33 people – 27 policemen and six villagers – were injured in pitched battles early Tuesday in West Bengal’s Birbhum district over a long-time dispute regarding land acquisition for an open cast mine, officials said.

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    EC rejects Swamy’s plea to derecognise Congress

    The Election Commission (EC) Tuesday rejected Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy’s plea to derecognise the Congress as a party for extending a Rs.90 crore loan to Associated Journals Ltd, publisher of the now defunct National Herald.

  • Yashwant, Jaswant also want Gadkari to quit: Ram Jethmalani

    Pressure intensified on BJP president Nitin Gadkari Tuesday, as lawyer MP Ram Jethmalani said senior leaders Yashwant Sinha, Jaswant Singh and Shatrughan Sinha were with him in seeking Gadkari’s ouster.

  • Brothers die in bike crash

    They had gone to deliver tiffin to their ailing mother, a diabetic with heart and kidney ailment.

  • Aliens may not exist after all: UFO enthusiasts

    London: UFO enthusiasts in the UK have admitted that aliens may not exist after all, citing the declining number of ‘flying saucer’ sightings and lack of “compelling evidence” to prove the existence of extraterrestrial life, Reports PTI.

  • Finding last resting place for Indians in Gulf: Vayalar Ravi

    New Delhi: To ease the legal troubles and logistical hassles of families of Indians who die in the Gulf countries, India has funded half of the $1.64-million funeral home project of the Indian community living in Sharjah following a plea made to Minister of Overseas Indian Affairs Vayalar Ravi.

  • New tool improves diagnosis of brain diseases

    London: A key discovery could give medical science a new tool for a better insight into and monitoring of brain diseases like multiple sclerosis (MS), reports IANS.

  • Moore global brand ambassador for L’Oreal

    Los Angeles: Actress Julianne Moore has been named the new global brand ambassador for L’Oreal Paris. She will also be the face of a new anti-ageing product called Cellular Renaissance for the beauty brand.

  • Indian scientists devise unique wipes to clean off radioactive material

    New Delhi: They look like the facial wipes available in the market, but what makes them different is that they are meant to clean off radioactive material from the body during a nuclear disaster. Developed by India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), the unique decontamination wipe is catching the attention of vendors who cater to NATO forces.

  • Guiding Light- The Mystery of Self

    “Man’s greatest problem is his ego-his consciousness of individuality. Why be affected? You are not this body. You are He! Everything is He: All is Spirit.

  • Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi

    Empty rhetoric

    The Congress rally at the capital’s Ramlila Maidan on Sunday may have momentarily captured headlines but it failed to provide answers to any of the several questions that have confronted the party for quite sometime now.

  • Congress in the dock

    The EC has been expending its energies trying to put an end to the menace of ‘paid news’ during elections. They needn’t worry any longer. The AICC has come up with a perfect way out, which it claims is not only legal but operates by appointment to the owners of the Congress party.

  • Mum LitFest – An Area of Darkness

    Organisers of the LitFest must have had the prestigious Tata auditorium heavily perfumed using French scents, distributed torches to the ‘distinguished’ audience and kept ready ambulances.

  • Soon, a pacemaker fuelled by heartbeat

    Washington: An experimental device could use the energy of the beating heart to keep the pacemaker going, doing away with battery replacements every five to seven years, IANS reported.