Free Press Journal
  • Savitri Jindal, Aftab Ahmed take oath as Haryana Ministers

    Chandigarh: One of the world’s richest woman and Congress MLA from Hisar, Savitri Jindal, alongwith party’s Nuh legislator Aftab Ahmed was today inducted in the Council of Ministers in Haryana, as the much-awaited expansion of Bhupinder Singh Hooda Cabinet took place here.

  • Cong washes hands off Unnao excavation matter

    New Delhi: With 12 days of gold digging in a village in Uttar Pradesh on the basis of a seer’s dream yielding no results, Congress today washed its hands off the matter saying the party and the government have nothing to do with it as such decisions are taken by agencies concerned on technical ground.

  • Three more bombs found in Patna, CPI-ML rally disallowed

    Patna: Three bombs were found in and around the Gandhi Maidan Tuesday, one barely half an hour before union Home Secretary Anil Goswami visited the spot that saw a string of explosions ahead of BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s rally Sunday, police said.

  • Excess omega-3 fatty acids may harm your health

    Washington: Excess intake of omega-3 fatty acids – found in fish, walnut and spinach – co ld alter immune function and affect the body’s ability to fight microbial pathogens, like bacteria, scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have warned.

  • After 12 days of digging, no gold yet in treasure hunt

    New Delhi: After 12 days of digging for gold on the basis of a seer’s dream, archaeological excavations have not found any gold trace yet in the bizarre hunt for 1,000 tonnes of the yellow metal supposed to be buried under the ruins of a 19th century fort in Unnao in Uttar Pradesh.

  • Lost da Vinci artwork found in walls of Italian castle

    Washington: Researchers have discovered new sections of artwork in a 15th century mural sketched by Renaissance painter Leonardo da Vinci, hidden under layers of whitewash in the walls of an Italian castle.

  • ​Moderate exercise wards off depression

    Toronto: Moderate exercise – walking and gardening for 20 to 30 minutes a day – can pre ent episodes of depression in the long term, scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have found.

  • BJP tears into Nitish Kumar for security lapse at Modi’s rally

    Kolkata: BJP today charged Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for failing to provide adequate security for Narendra Modi’s Hunkar Rally at Patna on Sunday, which was preceded by a series of blasts claiming six lives.

  • Govt rules out SPG security for Modi

    Manesar (Haryana): Government today ruled out providing SPG security to Narendra Modi saying BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate does not need it.

  • ’08 Delhi blasts: court fix Nov 20 for recording PWs statements

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today fixed November 20 for recording the statements of prosecution witnesses (PWs) in the September 2008 Delhi serial blasts cases in which 13 suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) members are facing trial.

  • Sharma declines Modi invitation for Patel statue function

    New Delhi: Commerce Minister Anand  Sharma today declined Narendra Modi’s invitation for an event on Sardar Patel, suggesting that the Gujarat Chief Minister’s motives were not sincere and the name of the great leader was being misused for partisan political agenda.

  • Police file action taken report on complaint against Geelani

    New Delhi: Delhi Police today filed an  action taken report (ATR) before a Delhi court on a complaint seeking registration of an FIR against separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani and three others for allegedly instilling “hatred” among the people of Kashmir and other parts of India.

  • Onion price rise will be “downfall” of Dikshit govt: Swaraj

    New Delhi: BJP leader Sushma Swaraj today said that the onion price rise issue was a case of “divine justice” as it would lead to the “downfall” of the Congress government which had used an earlier jump in the prices of the vegetable to oust the saffron party from power in Delhi.

  • Coalgate: SC dismisses plea against PM

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today dismissed a plea seeking its direction to the CBI to name Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in its FIR filed against industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla and former Coal Secretary P C Parakh in a coal block allocation case.