Free Press Journal
  • Sibal to contest from Chandni Chowk even if Kejriwal in fray

    Mumbai: Amid speculations that AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal could contest against him from his Chandni Chowk constituency, Union Minister Kapil Sibal today said he will be in the fray from there irrespective of who his opponent is.

  • Sunanda case: Advanced tests to determine cause of injuries

    New Delhi: The Crime Branch probing the mysterious death of Sunanda Pushkar will go for advanced forensic tests to determine cause of injuries on her body as it tries to unravel whether it was a case of suicide, homicide or accident.

  • EC cautions Kejriwal on pamphlets appealing for Muslim votes

    New Delhi: The Election Commission today rejected Arvind Kejriwal’s contention on distribution of pamphlets appealing to Muslims to vote for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) during Delhi polls, holding that it amounted to model code violation and cautioned him to be careful in future poll campaigns.

  • Don’t leave, Sisodia tells Africans

    New Delhi: There is no need for Africans to leave a south Delhi neighbourhood where they were allegedly attacked by an AAP minister and his supporters, the Delhi government said Friday.

  • Father doubles marriage bounty for lesbian daughter

    Hong Kong: A Hong Kong billionaire, who initially offered 40 million pounds to the man who will marry his lesbian daughter, has now offered to double the ‘marriage bounty’.

  • Protesting Aiyar’s tea vendor remark, BJP gives tea for free

    Bangalore: Mocking Congress MP Mani Shankar Aiyar’s tea vendor taunt at BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, the party today distributed tea to public free of cost to register their protest against the controversial remark.

  • AAP posts video of police brutality, three cops suspended

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Friday released a video showing policemen beating a man and pulling out his wallet. Three policemen have since been suspended.

  • Army closing Pathribal case ‘miscarriage of justice’: PDP

    Jammu: PDP today termed Army’s closure of athribhal fake encounter case as “miscarriage of justice” and said developments like these make it difficult for people of Jammu and Kashmir to have trust in the state’s institutions.

  • An anti-AAP Facebook page at Kejriwal’s alma mater

    Kolkata: A new page has been started on Facebook by students of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (IIT-Kgp), of which Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal is an alumnus, decrying the policies of the AAP.

  • Nadal defeats Federer, to meet Wawrinka in Australian Open final

    Melbourne: Rafael Nadal improved to a 19-3 record in Grand Slam semifinals and a 23-10 record over Roger Federer defeating the Swiss 7-6 (7-4), 6-3, 6-3 in the Australian Open semifinals here Friday to set up a final clash with another Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka.

  • 5 killed, scores injured as deadly blasts hit police in Cairo

    Cairo: Three blasts, including a suicide bombing at the police headquarters, rocked the Egyptian capital today, killing five persons and injuring nearly 100 on the eve of the anniversary of the 2011 uprising.

  • Musharraf wants to undergo treatment abroad: Report

    Islamabad: Former dictator Pervez Musharraf has refused to undergo an angiography in Pakistan and wants to go abroad for treatment, media reports today quoted a medical board as saying in a report submitted to a special court.

  • US firm offers VVIP choppers to India

    New Delhi: After India scrapped a contract for procuring VVIP choppers from AgustaWestland, American firm Textron today said it is ready to offer its unique V-22 Osprey helicopter to India for ferrying its dignitaries.

  • Kolkata: The 13 accused in the shocking gang rape case of a tribal woman on the orders of a kangaroo court in West Bengal’s Birbhum district were Friday presented in court with the police seeking their custody.

  • Kingpin’s brother killed in gang war

    Gr Noida: A gangster’s brother was today shot dead here, the second killing in as many days in an apparent fallout of inter-gang rivalry.