Free Press Journal
  • High alert across Andhra Pradesh

    Hyderabad: Police sounded high alert in Hyderabad and other cities in Andhra Pradesh after two blasts killed over 10 people in Hyderabad and injured scores of others.

  • Twin Blasts rocks Hyderabad: 19 Killed, over 40 injured

    Hyderabad: Ten people were killed and over 40 people were injured tonight when three powerful serial blasts rocked a busy commercial hub of Hyderabad close to a crowded bus stand at Dilsukhnagar.

  • Police files charge sheet against Pune blast accused

    New Delhi: Five suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives, arrested here for last year’s Pune blast, were tasked by their masters to arrange logistics for carrying out strikes in the national capital, Delhi Police has told a local court.

  • ​Finmeccanica promises help to CBI team in chopper scam probe

    New Delhi: The CBI today met top officials of the Italian government-controlled Finmeccanica group, parent company of AgustaWestland helicopters, who promised assistance in probing bribery allegations against some Indian nationals.

  • Mumbai peaceful on second day of shutdown

    Mumbai: The city remained peaceful with business as usual for private establishments Thursday, the second day of the nationwide shutdown called by major trade unions.

  • SP comes out in defence of embattled Kurien

    New Delhi: Samajwadi Party today came out in defence of embattled Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman P J Kurien, saying a two-decade-old case settled by courts cannot be raked up against a person.

  • Kohinoor is ours, won’t be returned, British PM tells India

    AMRITSAR: British Prime Minister David Cameron today, ruled out returning the 105-carat Kohinoor diamond, displayed in the Tower of London. The diamond had been set in the crown of the current Queen Elizabeth’s late mother.

  • Cameron’s regret satisfies some, families seek more

    Amritsar: Not everyone is satisfied with British Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit to the Jallianwala Bagh ground here and his description of the 1919 massacre of Indians as “shameful”.

  • India, Australia renew Test-rivalry sans legends

    Chennai: The Border-Gavaskar Trophy will get a new meaning Friday as India take on Australia here with many of the big names, who dominated the sport in the last decade, having retired in the last couple of years.

  • SC sets up special team to examine contents of Radia tapes

    New Delhi: A six-member special team comprising five from the CBI and one from the Income Tax department was today constituted by the Supreme Court to examine the contents of tapped telephonic conversations of corporate lobbyist Niira Radia with politicians, corporate honchos and others.

  • NIA files chargesheet against 12 LeT terror suspects

    Bangalore: National Investigating Agency has filed a chargesheet against 12 of 15 arrested LeT terror suspects in a special court here for alleged conspiracy to kill prominent politicians and journalists in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra.

  • Two BJP Ministers quit in Karnataka, set to join Congress

    Bangalore: Ruling BJP suffered a fresh setback in poll-bound Karnataka with two more Ministers quitting the Jagadish Shettar cabinet today, amid indications that they would join the Congress.

  • Organic tomatoes contain more vitamin C: study

    Washington: Tomatoes grown in organic farms contain higher concentration of sugars, vitamin C and stress resistance compounds as compared to the conventionally grown fruit, a new study has found.

  • NASA rover Curiosity grabs first Martian rock sample

    Washington: In a hunt for discovering life on Mars, NASA’s Curiosity rover has beamed back pictures confirming the first ever sample collected from the interiors of a rock on another planet.