Free Press Journal
  • Enough evidence on record to nail Bansal in Rly scam: BJP

    Chandigarh: BJP today alleged that although there was enough evidence against former Railways minister Pawan Bansal in the cash-for-job scam, he had been only named as an witness in the case.

  • Swami asks BJP to declare Modi as its PM candidate

    Patna: Janata Party president Subramanian Swami today asked the BJP to declare Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi as the prime ministerial candidate at the earliest to ensure majority in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

  • Law is more than a professional pursuit: CJI tells students

    Hyderabad:  Chief Justice of India P Sathasivam today said legal education is not just a tool of professional success but a medium for social welfare and empowering deprived sections of the society.

  • False cases behind Delhi’s tag of rape capital: Court

    New Delhi: False cases are the reasons behind labelling of Delhi as ‘rape capital’, a court here has held while acquitting a 75-year-old man of the charge of sexually assaulting his maid after the woman turned hostile.

  • 75 killed in police firing on pro-Morsi supporters:Brotherhood

    Cairo: At least 75 supporters of deposed Islam st President Mohammed Morsi were killed today and hundreds injured when Egyptian security forces opened fire on protesters demanding his reinstatement here, according to the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • 21 killed, 4 missing in China floods

    Beijing: At least 21 people were killed and four others are missing after rainstorm-triggered floods and mud-rock flows hit a city in northwest China’s Gansu Province.

  • Death toll in Pak bombing rises to 52

    Islamabad: The death toll in twin bombings in northwest Pakistan’s restive tribal belt rose to 52 today after another 12 people succumbed to their injuries.

  • Half of Chinese urban kids surf internet

    Beijing: More than half of children aged four to six in urban areas of China know how to use the internet, according to a report on the lifestyle of Chinese children.

  • Coffee can reduce suicide risk by half: Study

    London: A study has suggested having two to four cups of coffee every day can reduce the risk of suicide among men and women by 50 per cent.

  • Won’t seek death penalty for Snowden, says US

    Washington:  The US has assured Russia that it will not seek death penalty for Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who leaked massive surveillance programme of the agency.

  • Pakistan calls for Mohammed Morsi’s release

    Islamabad: Pakistan Friday called for immediate release of Egypt’s former president Mohammed Morsi who was ousted from office earlier this month following days of protests by millions of people against his Islamist rule.

  • Media running amok in the race for TRP: Digvijay

    New Delhi: Congress leader Digvijay Singh, who has drawn flak for his “tanch maal” remark on woman MP from the party, today hit out at the media, blaming its “TRP race” for the controversy.

  • BJP will achieve record-breaking result: Advani

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani expressed confidence Saturday of his party getting outstanding results during the 2014 elections.

  • Mayawati criticises Congress for ‘disrespecting’ poor

    Lucknow: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati Saturday criticised the Congress for “complete disrespect” to poor people in the country, saying that recent comments of its leaders indicated they did not know what being poor meant.

  • Advani praises RSS for non-casteist outlook

    New Delhi: BJP leader LK Advani, whose ties with RSS had reportedly strained after Narendra Modi’s elevation in the party, today praised the Sangh and said its policy of not discriminating on the basis of caste had helped them win the support of Dalit voters.