Free Press Journal
  • Happy, Mr Jaitley?

    India’s cricket diplomacy yields Pakistan army barbarism says N.V. SUBRAMANIAN.

  • Chintan Titbits

    No general formula for poll alliance: CM

  • Gates says he has no use for money

    London : William Henry ‘Bill’ Gates with an estimated wealth of $65 billion is as rich as two Kenyas, three Trinidads and a dozen Montenegros but is now engaged in the process of ridding himself of all the money in the hope of extending the lives of others less fortunate than himself.

  • Rahul made Cong vice president

    The announcement of his elevation, however, came as a huge jolt to the coterie around Sonia Gandhi as fears were writ large on their faces that the transition may reflect in the next AICC reshuffle expected soon after January 26.

  • African runners set to dominate Marathon

    Mumbai : Long-distance runners Ethiopia and Kenya are once again set to dominate the $350,000 Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon’s tenth edition on Sunday.

  • Congress needs to overcome trust deficit

    A major reason for the trust deficit is that there is no explanation as to why the systemic response to the many critical developments has been inadequate – why sleaze continues to affect the common man, why police stations are regarded as places which are to be avoided, why as many as 274 politicians with a criminal background are MPs.

  • Gangrape accused moves SC to shift trial out of Delhi

    New Delhi : Mukesh, one of the six accused in the 16 December 2012 gangrape here, has moved the Supreme Court for shifting the case outside Delhi for “free and fair trial”. He pleaded that free and fair hearing was not possible because of strong public sentiment against him in the city. A fast track court in south Delhi would start hearing the case on January 21.

  • Rahul shares views on socio-economic change

    Jaipur : The chorus at the two-day Congress introspection here was to focus on the poor to win the next general elections, while Rahul Gandhi gave a glimpse of his thoughts in a group discussion on the socio-economic transformation of Dalits, Adivasis and OBCs constituting over 50 per cent of votes.

  • Tummy tucks, the latest fad in Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram : While food security and starvation are issues that dominate headlines, there are those queuing up in India’s most literate state to tuck in their tummies, with a little help from the doctor.

  • BJP condemns mla’s Gandhi statue remarks

    Hyderabad : A senior BJP leader strongly condemned the alleged objectionable remarks made by MIM legislator Syed Ahmed Pasha Quadri about Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in the state Assembly premises.

  • No rift with JD-U: BJP

    New Delhi : The BJP on Saturday dismissed suggestions of a rift with ally  JD-U, asserting that the NDA was strong and coherent.

  • No rollback in diesel price hike: Minister

    Jaipur : Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister M. Veerappa Moily Saturday ruled out the possibility of government rolling back the decision allowing Oil marketing Companies (OMCs) to revise diesel prices from time to time.

  • Fast News

    Former Bihar minister dies

  • Sarabjit a victim of ‘cross-border politics’: Lawyer

    Chandigarh : Seeking immediate release of Sarabjit Singh, an Indian national on death row in Pakistan, his lawyer Awais Sheikh has said that Singh is a “victim of politics on both sides of the border.”

  • CPI-M averts a flareup in Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram : The central committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has averted a flare-up in the faction war in the Kerala unit of the party by deferring approval to the action proposed by the state committee against three close aides of party veteran and opposition leader V S Achuthanandan.