Free Press Journal
  • Govt to appeal against Gauhati HC order declaring CBI unconstitutional

     Stung by Gauhati High Court verdict that CBI is unconstitutional, Government on Friday said it will challenge the judgement in the Supreme Court on Monday and seek an urgent stay since it will affect the functioning of the premier central probe agency.

  • Shami reverse swings India to fabulous win at Eden

    Pacer Mohammad Shami gave an awesome exhibition of reverse swing to cap a dream debut with five second innings wickets as India inflicted an innings defeat on a hapless West Indies inside three days in the first cricket Test here to mark a fabulous start to the Sachin Tendulkar farewell series here Friday.

  • Pakistani mole in Indian agencies helped 26/11 attackers

    A Pakistani mole in the Indian security agencies code named ‘Honey Bee’ had helped his ISI handlers in identifying the landing site for 26/11 terrorists in Mumbai, claims a book by two British journalists.

  • Garo rebels kill two BSF troopers in Meghalaya

    Shillong: Tribal Garo rebels Friday killed two Border Security Force (BSF) troopers in Meghalaya’s South West Hills district, bordering Bangladesh.

  • Chg polls: Rahul attacks BJP govt on naxal issue

    Rajnandgaon/Kanker: Raising the pitch ahead of  the assembly elections in Chhatisgarh, Rahul Gandhi today accused the ruling BJP of failing to act against naxalism, claiming former PCC chief Nand Kumar Patel was killed in the Bastar ambush to stop him from becoming Chief Minister.

  • ‘BJP is world champion in corruption’, says Rahul Gandhi

    Rajnandgaon (Chhattisgarh): Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday dismissed the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) claims of bringing development in Chhattisgarh, and said that the saffron outfit is world champion in corruption.

  • Maid murder case: police to respond on Dhananjay Singh’s plea

    New Delhi: Delhi Police was today asked by a court here to respond to a plea of BSP MP Dhananjay Singh, who along with his wife Jagriti, has been arrested in connection with the murder of their maid, for preserving the footage and hard disks of cameras installed at their residence here.

  • ‘SP, BSP are competing to collect criminals in their parties’, says Modi

    Bahraich (U.P): Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) prime ministerial aspirant Narendra Modi on Friday hit out at the Samajwadi party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) for indulging in vote bank politics, and added that the two parties are competing amongst themselves to collect criminals for their party.

  • Not ‘Modi’s man’, says Krishna Iyer

    Kochi: Nonagenarian jurist V R Krishna Iyer, today denied he has warmed up to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, but said ‘those who do good work will come in for praise from him’.

  • Militants kill 2 BSF jawans in Meghalaya

    Shillong: Militants today shot dead two BSF personnel at a remote border outpost along Indo-Bangladesh border in Meghalaya’s South West Khasi Hills district.

  • 4,727 dengue cases in Delhi

    New Delhi: The number of people testing positive for the dengue virus in Delhi increased to 4,727 from 4,618 on Nov 4, a municipal health official said Friday.

  • UNSC reforms can’t wait till cows come home: India

    New York: Saying that the credibility of the UN Security Council is at stake, India has sought a results-based timeline for reforms in the world organisation’s supreme decision-making body to give it a more equitable representation globally.

  • AJKPC hits out at ex-interlocutor over Panchayat Raj amendment

    Jammu: All Jammu and Kashmir Panchayat Conference (AJKPC) today said that the implementation of constitutional amendment of Panchayat Raj Act in J&K will not erode autonomy of the state but will empower people at the  grass root level.