Free Press Journal
  • IPL fixing: Police to submit CFSL report on D-company link

    New Delhi: Delhi police today opposed the bail plea of a bookie in IPL spot-fixing scandal, telling a court here that a CFSL report on call intercepts will be filed to prove that the accused were directly or indirectly acting at the behest of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.

  • Red wine blunts benefits of exercise in men

    London: A red wine compound called resveratrol blocks many of the cardiovascular benefits of exercise  in older men, a new study has claimed.

  • Chinese incursions on;PLA once come 2kms close to Indian posts

    New Delhi: Three months after the 21-day stand-off in Depsang valley in Ladakh, Chinese troops again came deep inside the Indian territory in that area last week to reach upto 2 kms close to Indian posts, in one of five such incursions in the recent past.

  • 2 major parties are polarising society, says Azam

    Lucknow: In a disguised reference to BJP and Congress, Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan said today that two major parties are polarisation the society and want to take the country back to 1992 era once again.

  • School headmaster suspended in midday meal case

    Muzaffarnagar: Headmaster of a primary school was suspended in the midday meal case in which over 11 children fell ill after consuming it, police said today.

  • Dec 16 gangrape: two defence witnesses fail to appear

    New Delhi: A special court here today could not record the statement of two defence witnesses in December 16 gangrape case as the duo failed to appear and the counsel for an accused submitted that he does not want them to depose.

  • Court warns of coercive action against former Delhi BJP chief

    New Delhi: A court here today warned of “coercive action” against BJP leader Vijender Gupta if he fails to appear during framing of charges against him in a criminal defamation complaint lodged by Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit

  • Aarushi murder: Defence witness fails to turn up

    Ghaziabad: The hearing in the Aarushi murder case was deferred till July 26 as the defence’s sixth witness today failed to appear before the special CBI court here.

  • Digvijaya backs Shakeel on communal politics tweet

    New Delhi: Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh Monday supported his colleague Shakeel Ahmad who, in a tweet, accused the BJP and the RSS of communal politics.

  • Maha govt firm on dance bar ban, says R R Patil

    Mumbai: Notwithstanding the Supreme Court order, Maharashtra government is firm that dance bars remain shut, Home Minister R R Patil today told the assembly here.

  • Sudhanshu, Suthirtha win singles crowns at South Asian TT

    New Delhi: Teenager Sudhanshu Grover defeated compatriot Abhishek Yadav 4-3 to emerge as the junior boys singles champion while Suthirtha Mukherjee beat Manika Batra 4-2 in an all-Indian final of the junior girls category at the South Asian Junior TT Championships, here today.

  • Fishermen boycotts fishing protesting SL minister’s remarks

    Rameswaram: Local fishermen today boycotted fishing to protest the reported remarks by Sri Lankan minister Duglas Devananda that stern action would be taken against Indian fishermen if they indulged in fishing in the island nation’s waters.

  • Fishermen boycotts fishing protesting SL minister’s remarks

    Rameswaram: Local fishermen today boycotted fishing to protest the reported remarks by Sri Lankan minister Duglas Devananda that stern action would be taken against Indian fishermen if they indulged in fishing in the island nation’s waters.

  • HC reserves order on controversial reservation policy in UP

    Allahabad: Amid mounting tension over a controversial reservation policy introduced by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission, Allahabad High Court today reserved its verdict on the issue and restrained the panel from conducting interviews for civil services exams scheduled later this month.