Free Press Journal
  • If Hemraj’s head not returned, bring 10 heads from Pak: Swaraj

    Khairair (UP): If Pakistan does not return the head of martyred soldier Hemraj, India should get at least ten heads from the other side, BJP leader Sushma Swaraj said today and asked the Centre to take tough action against that country.

  • Mulayam sees flaws in Akhilesh govt, seeks corrective steps

    Etawah (UP): The Akhilesh Yadav-led government today came under criticism of party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, who said he was receiving a lot of complaints regarding functioning of the state government.

  • Gas output from RIL’s KG-D6 fields drops to 22 mmscmd

    New Delhi: Reliance Industries’ KG-D6 gas field has seen production drop to just 22 million standard cubic meters per day as the company shut over a third of wells due to high water and sand ingress.

  • India Inc strong on hiring, salary at on-campus recruitment

    New Delhi: The economic slowdown hardly seems to have deterred employers from actively pursuing candidates through on-campus recruiting programmes as majority of employers are displaying optimism in terms of hiring as well as salaries, says a survey.

  • No rollback in rail fare hike, says Bansal

    Chandigarh: Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal today said the recent hike in rail fares was long overdue and there would no rollback.

  • Army Chief warns Pak, says India reserves right to retaliate

    New Delhi: Angry at the beheading of Indian soldier on Line of Control, Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh today issued a clear warning to Pakistan saying India reserves the right to retaliate at the “time and place” of its choosing.

  • Court reserves order on plea for lodging of FIR against Jindal

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today reserved for January 16 its order on a plea by Zee News Ltd for direction to the CBI to lodge an FIR against Congress MP Naveen Jindal for allegedly trying to “influence” the hearing before News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) in connection with the alleged extortion bid case.

  • My husband should be hanged, demands rapist’s wife

    Shirdi: The wife of a serial offender, who allegedly raped and murdered a minor girl following release from jail after serving sentence in similar offences, says her husband should be “hanged for the heinous crime.”

  • AIFF may review ban decision, Mohun Bagan hopeful

    New Delhi: The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is willing to re-look into its rule book after Mohun Bagan appealed against the two-year ban slapped on it by the game’s supreme body for abandoning an I-League match midway against East Bengal.

  • India lodges ‘strong protest’ with Pakistan at flag meeting

    Jammu: The Indian Army Monday lodged a strong protest with Pakistan over breach of the ceasefire between the two countries and the killing of two Indian soldiers at the brigadier-level flag meeting on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district.

  • IOC tells sports federations to keep off IOA

    New Delhi: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Monday wrote a letter to the suspended Indian Olympic Association (IOA) asking its national sports federations (NSF) not to associate themselves with the “illegitimate individuals purporting to act on its behalf”.

  • We didn’t violate border truce: Pakistan Army

    Islamabad: Pakistan Monday rejected allegations of ceasefire violations on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir levelled against it by the Indian Army during a flag meeting Monday, a media report said.

  • New capsule camera to detect early stages of cancer

    Washington: A new swallowable camera-in-a-capsule could help doctors spot early signs of oesophageal cancer, offering several advantages over traditional endoscopy, researchers say.

  • Gas causes destruction of ozone levels

    London:  British researchers have identified a gas from a previously unknown marine source that causes the destruction of ozone over oceans.