Free Press Journal
  • CBI questions Raja Bhaiya for eight hours

    Pratapgarh (UP): CBI today questioned former Uttar Pradesh Minister Raghuraj Pratap Singh, alias Raja Bhaiya, for nearly eight hours in connection with the murder of a village head and Kunda DSP Zia-Ul Haq.

  • Tewari cautions Congress workers against backstabbing

    Ludhiana: Lashing out at the SAD-BJP coalition government in the state for its alleged all round failure, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari today cautioned party workers against backstabbing by some of its own people.

  • Dec 16 gangrape accused ‘critically ill’: Lawyer

    New Delhi: A December 16 gangrape accused has been “poisoned” in Tihar jail and is critically ill, his lawyer today told a special court which directed the prison authorities to ensure that proper medical care is given to him.

  • We are sensitive to SC observns, will always take cognisance: Congress

    New Delhi: After resignation of Law Minister Ashwani Kumar over Supreme Court’s critical observations in the coal scam, Congress today said it showed the party is always “sensitive” to any adverse remarks of the apex court and takes cognizance of it.

  • AirAsia picks Mittu Chandilya as CEO for India ops

    Mumbai: AirAsia India today took another step to launch its much-talked about operations with the appointment of Mittu Chandilya as the chief executive officer, a decision which will now allow the company to seek an air operator’s permit.

  • Did govt ignore Parliamentary panels advise on CBI autonomy?

    New Delhi: The government had in the past consistently opposed Parliamentary Committees recommendations for enactment of a separate legislation to ensure hassle-free working of CBI in probing graft cases across the country saying the agency was already working under a separate law.

  • IOC worried about governance in Indian sports: Bindra

    New Delhi: Top Indian shooter Abhinav Bindra, part of the sports ministry delegation to Lausanne, Wednesday said the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was worried about the governance of Indian sports.

  • Hope IOC assists India to return to Olympic fold: Jitendra

    New Delhi: Sports Minister Jitendra Singh today asked the IOC to “assist” in bringing India back into the Olympic fold and said that the country is at “crossroads” as far as sports administration was concerned.

  • LED lights can damage your eyes: study

    London: The so-called eco-friendly LED lights may cause permanent damage to your eyes, a new research has claimed.

  • UK girl row: Punjab hosp refutes charges of organs harvest

    Patiala: The state-owned Government Rajindera Hospital (GRH) today refuted allegations levelled by parents of an eight-year-old British Sikh schoolgirl that her organs were extracted during post-mortem.

  • Mum and dad dinosaurs shared the work

    London: Dinosaurs shared the load when it came to incubation of eggs, according to a new study into the brooding behaviour of birds.