Free Press Journal
  • Rising stress causing headaches; women more affected

    New Delhi: “I have a splitting headache”. Be it your colleague at work or your spouse at home, this has probably become one of the most often heard complaint today.

  • Obesity leading to deaths worldwide

    Sydney: Obesity has reached epidemic proportions worldwide, with around 2.8 million people dying each year as a result of being overweight or obese, according to international health experts.

  • Remedy of govt wrong policy is to disapprove it in election:SC

    New Delhi: Remedy against government’s unreasonable policy lies with the people who can disapprove it during elections while casting their votes, the Supreme Court observed today while expressing reservation in adjudicating policy decisions.

  • Congress slams Trinammol for breaking poll norms

    Kolkata: Condemning the violence and deaths in the ongoing panchayat polls, Congress leader Manas Bhuiyan Monday lashed out at the West Bengal government for acts of “absolute vandalism” and not adhering to norms laid down by the Supreme Court and the State Election Commission (SEC).

  • Policy for regularising illegal colonies face criticism in Pb

    Chandigarh: Punjab government’s ambitious policy of regularising almost 5,000 unauthorised housing colonies in the state has come under severe criticism with residents and property dealers terming it as “impractical” due “exorbitant” amount of fees fixed for regularisation.

  • Maha govt, Adarsh asked to file reply on Def Ministry’s claim

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today directed Maharashtra government and Adarsh Housing Society to file their submissions on a suit filed by Defence Ministry seeking claim on the land on which the society building stands in south Mumbai.

  • Post WPI data:Higher risk of rate hike on Jul 30, says experts

    Mumbai: The marginal rise in June headline inflation to 4.9 per cent may be a precursor to a pronounced increase in the coming months and RBI is unlikely to cut rates at the forthcoming policy meet on July 30, say analysts.

  • MIG-21 crashes, pilot killed

    Jaipur: A MiG-21 Bison fighter of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed Monday while landing at Uttarlai airbase in Rajasthan’s Barmer district, killing the pilot, an officer said.

  • Tharoor taunts Modi on RSS link, says ‘shorts’ signify hatred

    New Delhi: Reacting sharply to Narendra Modi’s “burqa of secularism” jibe at Congress, Union Minister Shashi Tharoor today lashed out the one time RSS pracharak saying it was preferable to khaki shorts of fascists.

  • BJP runs on lies and Twitter: Cong

    Srinagar: The Congress today said the BJP is a confused party which does not know what its agenda is and runs on “lies” and “Twitter” only.

  • SC stays criminal proceedings in Madan Tamang’s murder case

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today stayed trial court proceedings in Gorkha leader Madan Tamang murder case in West Bengal in the wake of allegation that CBI repeatedly failed to appear in court to oppose bail plea of the accused.

  • Jagan’s judicial remand extended till July 29

    Hyderabad: A special CBI court today extended till July 29  he judicial remand of YSR Congress chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy and other accused in the case pertaining to quid pro quo deals involving the Kadapa MP.

  • Army Chief arrives reviews Jammu and Kashmir

    Srinagar: Amid a recent spurt in militancy-related incidents in Jammu and Kashmir  Army Chief General Bikram Singh today reviewed the overall security situation in the state and took stock of the anti-infiltration measures along the Line of Control (LoC).

  • Monsoon session of Parliament to begin on Aug 5

    New Delhi: The Monsoon session of Parliament will be held from August 5 to 30 during which the ordinance on Food Security Bill will come up for ratification and other import economic legislations like the Land Acquisition and Insurance Bills are expected to be taken up for consideration.