Free Press Journal
  • Singhal among 958 VHP activists released, Togadia shifted

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh government today released 958 VHP workers including its leader Asho  Singhal while shifting Pravin Togadia and some others from Faizabad to Etah, a day after they were taken into custody for taking out a yatra from Ayodhya defying a ban.

  • No links with Dawood or Chhota Shakeel: Chandila

    New Delhi: Suspended cricketer Ajit Chandila, arrested in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal, today claimed in a Delhi court that he has been “falsely implicated” in the case and there was no evidence of his alleged links with either underworld don Dawood Ibrahim or Chhota Shakeel.

  • 26 armymen killed along LoC in Pak attacks in last 3 years

    New Delhi: Twenty six Indian army personnel have been killed in attacks by Pakistan Army along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir in the last three years, the Lok Sabha was told today.

  • Dec. 16 gangrape case: Delhi police concludes final arguments

    New Delhi: Delhi police today concluded its final arguments in the December 16 gangrape and murder trial against the four adult accused in the case, saying it had all the evidence to prove them guilty.

  • Parliament’s monsoon session extended to Sept 6

    New Delhi: To make up for time lost due to disruptions, government today decided to extend the monsoon session of Parliament till September 6 and hopes to pass key Bills relating to food security, economic reforms and land acquisiton.

  • Flagship rice programme made a good impact on the poor: CM

    Bangalore: Brimming with confidence after the Congress wrested two Lok Sabha seats from the JDS, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today sought to showcase the initiatives of his government asserting that the flagship rice programme has made a positive impact on the poor.

  • BJP deplores turning down Modi’s invitation to farmers

    Patna: BJP today deplored the reported decision of the Bihar government not to respond to the invitation of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi to send 126 farmers from the state for global Agri summit in Ahmedabad next month.

  • New portable device for at-home kidney tests

    Washington: Scientists have developed a lightweight and portable device that attaches to a smartphone and can be used to conduct at-home kidney tests and get instant results.

  • Half of Brits fear being without a cell phone

    London: More than half of the British population is suffering from ‘nomophobia’ – the fear of being without a mobile phone – a new study has found.

  • Prosecution demands severe punishment for Bo as trial ends

    Beijing:  China’s biggest political trial involving disgraced leader Bo Xilai ended today after five dramatic days of hearing, as the prosecution demanded that the former Communist Party strongman be given “severe” punishment for the “extremely grave” crimes committed by him.

  • Afghan President arrives in Pakistan to discuss peace process

    Islamabad: Afghan President Hamid Karzai today arrived here on a day-long visit to mend frayed ties with Pakistan and to seek the release of high-profile Taliban prisoners including Mullah Barader to give a fresh impetus to the reconciliation process in his war-torn country.

  • Cocaine may alter the brain within hours

    Washington: Cocaine use may change the brain structure within hours – which could initiate drug addiction, a new study has found.

  • Cocaine may alter the brain within hours

    Washington: Cocaine use may change the brain structure within hours – which could initiate drug addiction, a new study has found.

  • One arrested in American woman attack case

    Mumbai: Railway Police today claimed to have arrested the suspect, who allegedly attacked and robbed an American woman inside a moving suburban train at Charni Road station in South Mumbai, a week ago.