Free Press Journal
  • Schizophrenia is treatable: Needs early diagnosis

    Gurgaon: A 55-year-old man from Gurgaon did not interact with anyone for 15 years apart from the one day every month he stepped out of his house to withdraw money from the bank and pick up groceries. Due to delusions he claimed  he was a US intelligence agent and told some people he personally knew former president George Bush.

  • Pak pitches for security cooperation with India

    New Delhi: Pakistan today pitched for security cooperation with India and said doubting its ability to fight terror in the wake of the recent revelations by the Abbottabad Commission exposing lacunae in its security establishment will not solve anything.

  • Bangla labour laws fall short of protecting workers says HRW

    Washington: The new labor laws as amended and enacted by the Bangladeshi Parliament fall far short of protecting worker’s rights and meeting international standards, a leading rights body has said today.

  • Yeddyurappa attacks Cong, warms up to BJP

    Bangalore: From his main objective of unseating the BJP government in Karnataka, former Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa seems to be coming the full-circle as he trained his guns on ruling Congress today.

  • Congress running away from debate on governance, says BJP

    Hyderabad: Amidst the ongoing war of words between the Congress and the BJP, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu alleged today that the Congress is running away from a healthy debate on governance and development.

  • After 100 years, this town will finally get sunlight

    Norway: Residents in Rjukan, a Norwegian industrial town nestled in a narrow valley in central Norway, will get some sunlight on the town square from this September, breaking a history of over 100 years of having no sunlight in winter.

  • Court dismisses plea against BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain

    New Delhi: A plea seeking registration of an FIR against BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain for allegedly being involved in a textile scam has been dismissed by a Delhi court which slapped a fine of Rs 25,000 on the complainant saying the petition was filed with “ulterior political motives”.

  • Tenjin Matsuri

    Come and experience the spirit of people born and bred in Osaka, maintaining traditions of 1,000 years ago.

    Having a history of more than 1,000 years, the Tenjin Matsuri, which is one of the three greatest festivals of Japan, is also the world’s greatest boat festival. It is a summer festival held at the Tenman

  • Can’t disclose Headley’s statement: Shinde on Ishrat row

    New Delhi: Government today said it cannot disclose any information given by Mumbai terror attack convict David Headley due to a pact with the US, as controversy raged on whether he had spoken about alleged terror links of Ishrat Jahan.

  • Shah-officer talk part of Ishrat case charge sheet

    Ahmedabad: In what could spell more trouble for BJP leader Amit Shah, CBI has, along with the charge sheet in Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case, submitted a pen drive containing telephonic talk allegedly between an accused police officer and the former Gujarat Minister of State for Home.

  • BJP accuses Congress of targeting Modi

    New Delhi: The BJP Tuesday accused the Congress of targeting Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and said his presence was making the party feel insecure.

  • Digvijay accuses Modi, RSS of painting him as anti-Hindu

    New Delhi: Congress leader Digvijay Singh, who has often been accused of playing to the gallery on minority issues, today accused Narendra Modi, RSS and BJP of spreading “blatant lies” and painting him as “anti Hindu”.

  • 1984 riots: Sajjan Kumar to stand trial

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Tuesday dismissed the plea of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar challenging a trial court order to frame charges against him in a 1984 anti-Sikh riot case relating to the killing of six people in Sultanpuri area here.

  • Mahabodhi blasts: NIA releases sketch of suspect

    New Delhi: Struggling to find a breakthrough in the Bodh Gaya blasts probe, NIA today released the sketch of a person who was seen moving in suspicious manner before the serial blasts at Mahabodhi temple premises.