Free Press Journal
  • Chinese troops set up camp in Chepzi in Ladakh

    New Delhi: Around 20 Chinese soldiers last week entered Indian territory near the LAC and pitched their tents in Chepzi area in Ladakh, sources said today.

  • Modi’s knowledge of history still weak, says NCP

    Mumbai: The statements made by Narendra Modi at a rally here today proved that the party’s prime ministerial candidate’s knowledge of history was still weak, NCP said.

  • NCSC hits out at Ramdev for visiting rape victim

    Chandigarh: National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) today slammed yoga guru Baba Ramdev for visiting the minor girl who was allegedly raped by five constables, saying it had breached the sensitivity of the matter.

  • NATGRID begins operations; high security protocols deployed

    New Delhi: NATGRID, the ambitious counter- terror mechanism envisaged post 26/11, has discreetly begun churning out vital information for Indian security agencies even as high-level security arrangements have been put in place to aggressively guard the system against any breach in its platform.

  • No US diplomat at Modi rally

    Mumbai: American diplomats were conspicuous by their absence at BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s rally here Sunday in the wake of the chill in Indo-US relations.

  • BJP top brass given green signal for Yeddyurappa’s return

    Bellary:  BJP central top brass has given the green signal for admitting former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa back into the organisation, senior state party leader K S Eshwarappa said today.

  • You can be strict but don’t misbehave:Omar’s message to forces

    Srinagar: Asking security forces to ensure that human rights of people are respected, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today advised them to differentiate between strictness and misbehaviour while discharging their duties.

  • Cong to highlight govt’s programmes at village level

    Karimnagar (AP): Congress would campaign at village level throughout the country to create awareness about the successful developmental programmes undertaken by the UPA government, Karimnagar MP Ponnam Prabhakar said today.

  • Rahul Gandhi speaking as if he is in opposition: BJP

    Hyderabad: Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi’s recent comments on corruption and the fall in growth rate seemed like they were coming from an opposition leader, BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said here today.