Free Press Journal
  • Police asked to file detailed ATR on plea against team Anna

    New Delhi: A court here today directed Delhi Police to file a detailed action taken report on a plea for lodging FIR against Anna Hazare and his 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.

  • Goa police seeks custodial interrogation of Tejpal

    Panaji: Strongly opposing his anticipatory bail petition in the Sessions court, Goa Police today sought custodial interrogation of Tarun Tejpal saying “prima facie” a case of rape is established as the judge adjourned hearing till 4.30 PM.

  • Meena, BSP hoping to be king-makers

    Jaipur:) “We will decide who comes to power in Rajasthan,” said Kirori Lal Meena of National People’s Party, floated by former Lok Sabha speaker PA Sangma.

  • Bhatija murder case: Court to award sentence on Tuesday

    Thane (Maha): A local court will pronounce on Tuesday the quantum of punishment in the 23-year-old murder case in which former Ulhasnagar MLA Suresh alias Pappu Kalani and three others were found guilty.

  • Plane crash in Alaska, 4 reported killed

    Anchorage (US): A plane crash near the remote western Alaska village of Saint Marys in the US has killed four of the 10 people aboard, an Alaska State Troopers spokeswoman said.

  • Keen contest on the cards in Greater Kailash

    New Delhi: A keen tussle is on the cards between Congress and BJP in Greater Kailash constituency where pent up anger among residents has forced Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit to announce dismantling of the controversial Bus Rapid Transit corridor which has been blamed for traffic woes in the area.

  • Python found near NH-31

    Rangiya (Assam): A python, measuring 10 feet and weighing more than 20 kgs, was found today in a bush near National Highway 31 in Assam’s Kamrup district, forest officials said here.

  • President arrives in Nagaland

    Kohima: President Pranab Mukhejee arrived here on a two-day visit to Nagaland during which he would inaugurate the Hornbill Festival and attend the 50th statehood anniversary celebrations as the chief guest.

  • Inflation not a major issue for Congress: Modi

    New Delhi: Attacking Congress Government for failing to control rising prices, Narendra Modi today alleged that the government lacked the intention to address the issue and alleged that its leaders were running away from accountability.

  • Modi supporter files defamation case against CAG activist

    Washington: A controversial Indian-American supporter of Narendra Modi has filed a defamation case against an activist of the Coalition Against Genocide for allegedly publishing “false” and “malicious” information about him.

  • Obama to release new national security strategy in 2014

    Washington: US President Barack Obama will release a new national security strategy, updating a similar document he issued in 2010, in which he had described on building “strategic relationship” with India.

  • Won’t stop Modi from political activities in J&K: Omar

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said there was no question of stopping BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi from holding a rally in Srinagar if he desires so.

  • ZP poll candidate’s husband ends life

    Akola: The husband of a Congress candidate contesting the Zila Parishad polls from Mana constituency here, allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself, police said today.

  • Congress has lost people’s trust: Modi

    New Delhi: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Saturday criticised the Congress government in Delhi, saying the party has lost people’s trust and that was why none of its leaders was campaigning here.

  • Gangrape: Victim’s parents in SC for juvenile’s trial in court

    New Delhi: Parents of the December 16 gangrape victim have moved the Supreme Court seeking directions to put one of the accused who was then a minor on trial by a criminal court by quashing a law which bans such prosecution of juveniles.

  • Nation pays homage to former PM I.K. Gujral

    New Delhi: Former Prime Minister I K Gujral’s son Naresh Gujral has mounted a campaign seeking development of his father’s place of cremation here and termed as “bizarre” the government stand that separate memorials are no longer being developed for departed leaders.

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