Free Press Journal
  • I’m ready to face CBI probe: PM


    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Thursday said he was open to questioning by the CBI on the coal allocation issue and has “nothing to hide”.

  • Onion woes: Dikshit says situation serious, asks central help

    New Delhi: Mindful of possible impact of rocketing onion prices on assembly polls which are just six weeks away, a worried Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today asked the Centre to take immediate measure to rein in the rates and sought Election Commission’s permission for sale of the bulb at a reasonable price.

  • SC agrees to have a relook at its verdict scrapping NEET

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has agreed to have a relook at its judgement scrapping the single common entrance test for admissions to MBBS, BDS and post-graduate courses in all medical colleges which was delivered three months back.

  • Pak agencies trying to lure Muzaffarnagar riot victims: Rahul

    Indore: Rahul Gandhi today accused BJP of creating a divide in Uttar Pradesh for political gain, even as he claimed that Pakistani agencies were approaching some victims of the Muzaffarnagar riots to lure them to terrorism.

  • Civic body opposes PIL challenging ‘vision of Navi Mumbai’ plan

    Mumbai: The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) today opposed a PIL challenging the’One Time Planning’ vision which seeks to make the satellite city of Navi Mumbai ultra-modern with high-tech infrastructure at a cost of Rs 12,821 crore in the next two decades.

  • Panels to examine security, construction around jails, HC told

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government today informed the Bombay High Court that it proposes to form expert committees to analyse the ongoing and future constructions to be carried out around prisons across the state, and also their possible security threats to the inmates.

  • It’s a non-performing government: Munda

    Ranchi: Former chief minister Arjun Munda today alleged that the UPA allies in the Hemant Soren government ‘failed’ in their coordination to govern the state following contradictory statements by the allies and projects taken up by the previous government were non-starters.

  • Flood follows cyclone in Ganjam, 50,000 people evacuated

    Bhubaneswar: About 50,000 people were evacuated today as flash flood claimed two lives and inundated 129 villages in five blocks of Odisha’s cyclone-hit Ganjam district along with some areas in Gajapati.

  • Tunda produced from Hyderabad, court sends him to Tihar

    New Delhi: LeT bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda, arrested in a 1997 bomb blast case, was today sent back to judicial custody for 14 days by a Delhi court after he was produced by Hyderabad Police.

  • Arafat didn’t die of radioactive polonium: experts

    Ramallah: Swiss and Russian experts who participated in exhuming and applying tests on the remains of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat ruled out in their report that radioactive polonium caused his death in 2004, local sources said Thursday.

  • Court seeks ATR on complaint against team Anna

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today sought report from city police on a plea seeking lodging of FIR a ainst Anna Hazare and its former team members for allegedly cheating over four crore people by selling them ‘Anna SMS cards’, whose service was discontinued before the promised one year time, which earned them Rs 100 crore.

  • Bundelkhand a victim of BJP’s India shining ‘politics’: Rahul

    Sagar (MP): Slamming BJP for its “politics of India Shining,” Rahul Gandhi today reached out to the poor and rural youths in Bundelkhand, hard-selling the UPA’s flagship schemes of food security, land acquisition and job guarantee programme MNREGA.

  • Men in love walk slower!

    Washington: Ladies, want to know how much your man is into you? Take a stroll with him!