Free Press Journal
  • Animal cells can touch-talk to one another

    New York: In a finding that can turn the hitherto accepted model of animal cell communication upside down, scientists have discovered that animal cells can communicate with one another by making physical contact.

  • Bank manager shot dead

    Bahraich: A 25-year-old bank official was allegedly shot dead by unidentified assailants near Sulaghat under Payagpur police station area here this afternoon.

  • Court to hear cases against Kejriwal, others on Jan 25

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today fixed January 25 for hearing five cases including three in which Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and members of his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) were charge sheeted for alleged unlawful assembly and other offences during their protest in 2012.

  • Cong takes a jibe as spouse of Guj minister to join AAP

    New Delhi:Taking a dig at Narendra Modi over his close aide and Gujarat minister Anandiben Patel’s estranged husband joining AAP, Congress today wondered how people can trust him when family members of his ministers do not.

  • Fake Indian Currency Notes with face value of Rs 2.74 L seized

    Chennai: Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) having a face value of Rs 2.74 lakh, buried at a construction site in the city, have been recovered and two persons hailing from Assam have been arrested, police said today.

  • Signing of Indo-US nuke deal worst moment for country: Left

    New Delhi: Taking on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for describing the signing of the Indo-US nuclear deal as one of the best moments of his 10-year tenure, CPI(M) today said it was perhaps the “worst” moment for the country.

  • Assembly hearing on four defected NCP MLAs on Jan 30, 31

    Itanagar: The much-awaited assembly hearing on the petition for disqualification of four NCP MLAs who defected to Congress in Arunachal Pradesh over a year ago has been fixed on January 30 and January 31, assembly secretariat sources said today.

  • Delhi Minister Rakhi Birla conducts surprise night shelter checks

    New Delhi: Delhi’s Women and Child Social Welfare Minister, Rakhi Birla, one of the youngest cabinet ministers, undertook a surprise inspection of  night shelters on Friday night to assess the plight of the city’s shivering poor.

  • Parties in U’khand showing renewed concern for common man

    Dehradun: With the stupendous victory of AAP in Delhi assembly polls on a strong anti-corruption plank and a professed concern for the common man, the focus of most political parties in Uttarakhand seems to have shifted to the man on the street.

  • 11 tribal girls in AP hostel allege sexual abuse by tutor

    Hyderabad: Eleven minor tribal girls residing in a students’ hostel run by an NGO in Nalgonda district of Andhra Pradesh, have alleged sexual assault by their tutor for the past five months, police said today.

  • PM calls TCS an Indian success story

    Thiruvananthapuram: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is a shining example of the success of Indian private enterprises, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Saturday.

  • AAP to target Goa casinos

    Panaji: It may have been ‘bijli’ and ‘paani’ which catapulted the AAP to power in Delhi. In Goa, India’s youngest political force may ‘gamble’ on casinos.

  • 13 killed in Yemen violence

    Sanaa: At least 13 people were killed following clashes between the Yemeni army and tribal saboteurs who blocked repairs of the country’s main oil pipeline, officials said Saturday.

  • Rajapaksa leaves for Middle East on state visit

    Colombo: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa today left for the Middle East on a state visit during which he will hold talks with both Palestinian and Israeli leaders.

  • BJP activists create flutter before PM’s motorcade

    Thiruvananthapuram: Police took into custody five BJP activists who created a flutter by jumping the security cordon as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s motorcade was going towards the airport in the Kerala capital Saturday.

  • Kejriwal will be judged by work, not house: Omar

    Jammu: People will judge Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal by his work, not his house, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said Saturday.