Free Press Journal
  • Shinde concedes no Cong leader will be next PM: BJP

    New Delhi: BJP today said Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde’s remarks that he would be happy if NCP Chief Sharad Pawar becomes the Prime Minister shows that Congress has accepted that Manmohan Singh’s successor will not be from the party.

  • BJP govt to launch anti-corruption helpline no: Varun Gandhi

    Siliguri (WB): If BJP came to power after the Lok Sabha polls this year, the new government would launch a helpline number to which people could call and register complaints against corrupt officials, BJP general secretary Varun Gandhi said here today.

  • India insists US drop charges against diplomat

    New Delhi: India today insisted that the US should drop the charges of visa fraud against its diplomat Devyani Khobragade, who has returned here after being expelled by the American authorities.

  • CBI slacking in coal scam probe, says BJP

    New Delhi: BJP today demanded a speedy and fair probe into the coal block allocation scam, alleging that CBI has not questioned the ministers of state in the coal ministry and officials in the PMO about their alleged role in the affair.

  • Blackflag demo against Chidambaram foiled; 7 students held

    Tiruchirappalli (TN): Seven law students were arrested here today as police foiled their plan to show blackflags to Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram protesting the “attack” and arrests of Tamil Nadu fishermen by Sri Lankan Navy.

  • Kiran Bedi flays Kejriwal over janta darbar

    New Delhi: Criticizing Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for organizing a ‘janta darbar’ which ended in a chaos here today, former Team Anna member Kiran Bedi took a jibe at him over lack of “mature” governance and said such meetings do not happen on the streets or the rooftops.

  • Journalist Ashutosh joins AAP

    New Delhi: Television journalist Ashutosh today joined the Aam Aadmi (AAP) Party.

  • Despite Kejriwal refusal, UP to give ‘Z’ security

    Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government Saturday said that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who lives in Ghaziabad, will get ‘Z’ category security despite his refusal to accept security.

  • ‘Capacity building of diabetes caregivers needed in India’

    Kolkata: Stating that awareness about proper injection techniques is a must for effective diabetes management, a leading endocrinologist says capacity building of caregivers for diabetes is needed in India.

  • Simple test can detect cervical cancer

    Washington: Scientists have found that using the heat profile from a person’s blood, called a plasma thermogram, can indicate the presence or absence of cervical cancer and also predict the stage of the disease.

  • Gujarati girl rescued after being confined and gangraped

    Samastipur:A Gujarati girl, allegedly lured to Bihar on the pretext of marriage and gangraped after being kept confined in a house, was rescued when she managed to send word of her ordeal through a vegetable seller in the district, police said today.

  • 26 houses gutted in fire in Arunachal

    Itanagar: As many as 26 houses were gutted and property worth crores of rupees destroyed in separate fire incidents in remote areas of Arunachal Pradesh, a delayed official report said today.

  • Gang of dacoits busted, six arrested

    Moga (Pb): Police today claimed to have busted a gang of dacoits by arresting six of its members including its kingpin, who last month had escaped from a temporary jail set up in the district court complex here.

  • Forces avert tragedy, defuses IED in Baramulla

    Srinagar: Security forces today averted a major tragedy as they detected an improvised explosive device (IED) planted by militants by the roadside in Baramulla district of Kashmir, police said.

  • Environment Ministry told to probe pollution in Ganga

    Varanasi: The Union Environment Ministry has been asked by the PMO to probe the reasons behind increasing pollution in river Ganga, taking note of a complaint by an environmental scientist.