Free Press Journal
  • Delhi polls: Lt Governor holds talks with Harsh Vardhan

    New Delhi: Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung today held discussions with BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate Harsh Vardhan in an effort to break the stalemate over government formation in the national capital.

  • BJP leader praises Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh

    Indore: Senior BJP leader and a minister in the previous Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led Madhya Pradesh government, Kailash Vijaywargia heaped praise upon Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh here today, describing him as a “skilled organisation man”.

  • India seeks access to Headley

    Washington: India has sought access to LeT operative David Headley, the Mumbai terror attack convict now lodged in a US prison, as it insisted on bringing to justice the perpetrators of the 26/11 assault.

  • Music does not boost intelligence: study

    Washington: The popular belief that studying music improves intelligence is just a myth, Harvard scientists have found.
    Researchers found that music training has no effect on the cognitive abilities of young children.

  • ​Govt should get Lokpal bill passed with amendments: BJP

    New Delhi: Expressing full support to the Lokpal issue, BJP today dared the government to bring the bill with amendments unanimously adopted by the Rajya Sabha Select Committee and get it passed in the ongoing winter session of Parliament.

  • The ‘Run’way Beauty – Esha Gupta!

    The dusky Delhi beauty, Esha Gupta, who made her debut from the Bhatt clan in Jannat 2 is Exhibit  Magazine’s December 2013 cover girl. Currently riding high on the success of her song ‘Dhat Teri Ki’  from Gori Tere Pyaar Mein the self confessed tomboy has a commendable screen presence.

  • Homosexuality ruling: Govt promises urgent steps

    New Delhi: Government today promised urgent steps to overturn the Supreme Court ruling declaring homosexuality as illegal amid indications that it could file a curative petition in the apex court.

  • 2012 Ponty shootout: Order on framing of charges on Saturday

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today reserved its order for December 14 on framing of charges against sacked Uttarakhand minorities panel chief S S Namdhari and 21 others, arrested in connection with the killing of liquor baron Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep in a shootout last year.

  • No govt affidavit in HC on Adarsh report tabling

    Nagpur: The Maharashtra government has not filed any affidavit in the High Court on the tabling of the Adarsh inquiry commission report in the state Legislative Assembly, Chief Minister Prithiviraj Chavan said in a letter to Speaker Dilip Walse Patil today.

  • Court allows plea to produce Jayalalithaa’s seized valuables

    Bangalore: A special court trying the Rs 66.65 crore disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa here today allowed a plea by DMK General Sectetary K Anbazhagan seeking physical production of valuables and other assets seized from her in 1997.

  • BJP, AAP ‘running away’ from govt-formation in Delhi: Cong

    New Delhi: As no party has staked claim to form a government in Delhi so far, Congress today took a swipe at both the BJP and AAP for “running away” from government-formation as they will not be able to fulfill their pre-poll promises.

  • Our wounds are still fresh, say victim’s parents

    New Delhi: A whole year has gone by, but their wounds refuse to heal. The anguished parents of the Dec 16 gang-rape victim live for the day the rapists will hang.

  • Tewari urges Pak to remove Indian films from ‘Negative List’

    New Delhi: With a Pakistani court ordering to stop screening of foreign films and TV shows especially Indian content on country’s channels, Union Minister Manish Tewari today demanded that Pakistan remove them from ‘Negative List’ for trade at the earliest.

  • Congress pushes Mizoram tally to 34, bags one more seat

    Aizawl: The Congress, which swept back to power in Mizoram with a landslide win, Thursday bagged one more seat, taking its tally in the 40-member assembly to 34 – two more than in the 2008 assembly polls.