Free Press Journal
  • SC asks Centre to co-operate CBI in coalgate probe

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today directed the Centre to provide “full co-operation” to CBI in its probe in coal block allocations scam by providing it with all necesary information and files without any delay.

  • SC moved against Nagpal’s suspension

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court was Tuesday petitioned for staying the suspension and consequent action by the Uttar Pradesh government against Gautam Buddh Nagar sub-divisional magistrate Durga Shakti Nagpal.

  • CBI can register cases arising out of Radia tapes on SC order

    New Delhi: CBI today told the Supreme Court that it can register cases on its directions on certain issues as the records and the analysis of tapped conversations of former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia with top corporate honchos, politicians and others, suggest criminality.

  • Paralysed ‘could talk with eyes’

    Berlin: Brain-damaged patients who cannot move or talk can communicate using their dilating eye pupils, thanks to a cutting edge technology developed by German researchers.

  • Walking to work cuts diabetes risk

    London: People who walk to work are around 40 per cent less likely to have diabetes compared to those who drive, according to a new UK study.

  • Working at a messy desk may boost your creativity

    Washington: Working at a clean and prim desk may promote healthy eating and generosity while having a messy desk may promote creative thinking and stimulate ideas, according to new studies.

  • Scientists ‘paint’ the world’s smallest Mona Lisa

    Washington: Mini Lisa! Scientists have ‘painted’ a mini version of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece Mona Lisa on the world’s smallest canvas – a surface one-third the width of a human hair.

  • Security heightened along LoC in J-K

    Jammu: Amid tension triggered by the killing of five Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops, patrolling and security have been heightened along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Al-Qaeda chief’s attack order prompted closure of US missions

    Washington: Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri’s intercepted conversations with his deputy in the Arabian Peninsula ordering him to carry out one of the most serious attacks since 9/11 prompted closure of several Americ n diplomatic missions in the region, a media report said today.

  • Breast cancer in male on rise

    Houston: Although it is rare, men too can get breast cancer and cases are on the rise, according to a study.

  • 25 killed in Chandrapur floods so far

    Chandrapur (Maha): Twenty-five people have been killed in the devastating floods and heavy rains in the district in the past fortnight, officials said here today.

  • UP to act against officers involved in wrongdoings: Akhilesh

    Lucknow: Amid raging controversy over the suspension of IAS officer Durga Sakthi Nagpal, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today defended the state government decision saying it would take action against officers involved in “wrongdoings”.

  • Waqf distances itself from committee’s clean chit to Nagpal

    Lucknow: The UP Sunni Central Waqf Board has distanced itself from one of its committees giving a clean chit to suspended IAS officer Durga Sakthi Nagpal on the issue of demolishing the wall of an under-construction mosque in Gautam Budh Nagar.

  • JD(U) alleges ‘collusion’ between Lalu and Modi

    Patna: JD(U) today alleged “collusion” between Lalu Prasad and Narendra Modi and said due to their growing closeness, the RJD President was helping the latter in collecting iron from Bihar for construction of an iron statue of Sardar Patel, a pet project of Modi.