Free Press Journal
  • Gangrape victim back on ventilator, platelet count dips

    New Delhi: The 23-year-old victim of a brutal gangrape was Sunday put back on the ventilator and her condition remains critical, though she is conscious and communicating, doctors said Sunday.

  • Syed Modi GP: Kashyap bags crown, Sindhu falters

    Lucknow: India’s Parupalli Kashyap was the toast of town as he won his maiden men’s singles tier-three badminton event at the Syed Modi International India Grand Prix Gold here Sunday.

  • Virbhadra beats all odds for another ‘coronation’

    Shimla:  The Raja’s own men tried to keep him away from the throne. They fired corruption charges at him. But beating all odds, Virbhadra Singh is set for another ‘coronation’ — his sixth as the chief minister of Himachal Pradesh.

  • Woman stripped naked, gangraped Agartala

    A housewife was stripped naked, gangraped and battered in full public glare in Tripura, police said on Saturday, reports IANS.

  • Judicial probe ordered

    New Delhi : Bowing to massive public protests over the gangrape of a young Delhi girl, the Central government today announced setting up of a judicial commission to go into the incident and to suggest measures for improving the safety of women and indicated that maximum penalty for rape could be enhanced to death, reports PTI.

  • Kiran dashes to Delhi on summons

    Hyderabad : Amid speculations of a possible leadership change in Andhra Pradesh, Chief Minister N. Kira Kumar Reddy on Saturday rushed to Delhi on summons from the Congress leadership.

  • Nepali woman gangraped at 3 different places

    Mumbai : A 20-year-old woman was raped by three different men at three different locations in one day in Mumbai. The police has arrested two who have been booked on gangrape charges. The police are in search of the third accused who is absconding. One of the accused is the employer of victim’s husband whereas the others were found to be close friends of the victim’s husband.

  • Raisina Hill turns battle zone

    New Delhi : The government on Saturday faced the full blast of youth power as young men and women laid siege around Raisina Hill, the seat of power, demanding justice for a 23-year-old gangrape victim, forcing police to use canes, tear gas and water cannons on the undeterred crowd of thousands.

  • Voters paid not to vote

    New Delhi : After Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s hat-trick in the state assembly elections, Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh Saturday accused the BJP of paying Rs.500 to each Muslim in the state to stop them from voting, reports IANS.

  • After 3 die in accident, cops rain lathis on protesters, 50 hurt

    Bhopal: Over 50 villagers sustained severe injuries in a police lathicharge at Naubasta under Naubasta Chowky in Rewa on Saturday.Police resorted to lathicharge after an accident in which three people died and over 12 suffered injuries.

  • Paced out

    Dhoni blames fast bowlers for loss but says they need to be backed after last-ball defeat to England

  • IPL auction on February 3

    New Delhi: The players auction for the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be held on February 3 instead of January 12. IPL chief executive Sundar Raman tweeted the news after a workshop in Jodhpur during which the decision was reportedly conveyed to all nine franchise representatives.

  • Delhi rape: City bursts out into protest

    BHOPAL: The college students of the city also voiced their protest against the gang rape of paramedical student in New Delhi and took out rallies from various localities of the city demanding strict action against the rape accused on Saturday.

  • Cong meet at Sagar turns into a bear garden

    The meeting was called to prepare for massive rally on December 27 in which the party expects the presence of one lakh workers

  • Ranji Trophy: Pawar, Tare anchor Mumbai

    Indore: Opener Kaustubh Pawar defended doggedly to crawl to 89 as Mumbai reached 235 for five at stumps on the first day against Madhya Pradesh in a group league match of the Ranji Trophy. Pawar carried his bat through the day facing 270 balls hitting 14 boundaries in the process. Madhya Pradesh medium fast bowler Ishwar Pandey was the most successful bowler as he grabbed four for 28 in 19