Free Press Journal
  • AAP office attacked

    Ghaziabad: A group of people today attacked the Aam Aadmi Party headquarters in Kaushambi here with bricks and stones apparently to protest party leader Prashant Bhushan’s remarks on Kashmir.

  • AAP office near Kejriwal home attacked

    Ghaziabad: Suspected Hindu activists attacked the AAP office here Wednesday, apparently to protest a statement on Kashmir made by party leader Prashant Bhushan, police and witnesses said.

  • Alagiri meets his father Karunanidhi

    Chennai: A day after being rapped by his father and DMK president M Karunanidhi for his remarks against alliance prospects with DMDK, party leader M K Alagiri today met his father here.

  • Uttar Pradesh’s final voter list by Jan 31

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh’s final voters lists ahead of the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls will be published Jan 31, officials said Wednesday.

  • Residents donate land, jewellery for road construction in Kashmir

    Reasi (J-K): Fed up with the apathy of officials, residents of Hander Village in Jammu and Kashmir’s Reasi District have donated 30 acres of land and jewellery for the construction of a 14-kilometer-long road in the Narloo area.

  • Dalit minor killed after being raped

    Dehradun: A minor Dalit girl was allegedly raped and murdered in Haridwar district, a senior police official said today.

  • BJP gears up for Modi’s rally in Goa

    Panaji: In a bid to cash in on Modi’s popularity, BJP’s Goa unit is collecting a registration fee of Rs 5 per person to attend the rally of its prime ministerial candidate here on January 12, which will kick start party’s Lok Sabha campaign in Goa.

  • Army kills guerrilla in gunfight on Kashmir highway

    Srinagar: One separatist guerrilla was killed late Tuesday by the army troops when guerrillas fired upon their vehicle on the Jammu-Srinagar highway in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, authorities said Wednesday.

  • Country heading towards better times, no reason to despair: PM

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today sought to dispel  apprehensions of the Indian diaspora on the state of the economy, saying the country was heading towards “better times” and there is no reason to despair about its present or worry about the future.

  • Obama presses for unemployment benefits extension

    Washington: US President Barack Obama stepped up pressure on the Congress to extend unemployment benefits by approving the bill which has just cleared procedural hurdle in the Senate.

  • No reason to despair or worry about future: PM

    New Delhi: Despite perceptions in some quarters outside that India is losing its momentum of growth achieved in the past decade, there is no need to worry, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Wednesday.