Free Press Journal
  • Gold, silver fall on stockists selling, global cues

    New Delhi: Gold prices decline for the second straight day by losing Rs 140 to Rs 30,360 per ten gram in the national capital today on sustained selling amid a weakening global trend.

  • Praful entitled to “own views” on Gujarat riot cases: Congress

    New Delhi: Congress today sought to downplay ally NCP’s contention that any judicial pronouncement on Narendra Modi’s alleged involvement in the post-Godhra riots should not be questioned, saying that everybody was entitled to their own opinion.

  • No separate FIR over Bharti’s midnight campaign: Delhi court

    New Delhi: A court here Wednesday rejected a plea by a Ugandan woman seeking a separate FIR against “unknown accused” for creating ruckus during a controversial campaign by Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti against an alleged prostitution racket.

  • Pak troops violate truce, target Indian forward posts

    Jammu:Violating the ceasefire, Pakistani troops today resorted to small arms firing on Indian forward posts along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district, drawing retaliation from border guards.

  • PM faces protest at Waqf event

    New Delhi: A conference attended by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and United Progressive Alliance (UPA) chairperson Sonia Gandhi was disrupted here Wednesday by a man who said benefits of none of the government schemes for the minorities were  reaching them.

  • Ray of hope for HIV patients

    New York: In a significant discovery, researchers have identified a new protein that holds promise for the next-generation of anti-HIV drugs.

  • Indian-American student develops 3-D printed loudspeaker

    New York: Led by an Indian-American student Apoorva Kiran, scientists at Cornell University here have 3-D printed a working loudspeaker – seamlessly integrating the plastic, conductive and magnetic parts – and ready for use almost as soon as it comes out of the printer.

  • Are you tea addict? Check for caffeine use disorder

    Washington: If you can’t live without your cup of coffee early morning or that tea to prevent the after-lunch slump, you may be suffering from caffeine use disorder.

  • NASA technology to reveal ice melting impact on climate

    Washington: A new laser-based technology from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) holds promise to tell how the melting of earth’s frozen regions may affect our climate.

  • LeT operative gets seven-yr RI in 2010 arms recovery case

    Hyderabad: Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq was today sentenced to seven-year rigorous imprisonment by a local court in connection with a 2010 case of recovery of weapons from him.

  • Jodhpur court records statement of Salman Khan

    Jodhpur:  A court here Wednesday recorded the statement of Bollywood actor Salman Khan in the Arms Act case against him in connection with poaching of blackbucks.

  • Lupin recalls Quinapril tablets from US market

    Hyderabad:  Pharma major Lupin has said its US subsidiary Lupin Pharmaceuticals Inc has initi ted voluntary recall of multiple lots of Quinapril Tablets USP from the US market after failing impurity specification test.

  • Accept whatever Court Decides on 2002 riots: Praful Patel

    New Delhi: A leader of a Congress ally, NCP, today said any judicial pronouncement on Narendra Modi’s alleged involvement in the post-Godhra riots should be accepted and should not be questioned further.

  • CBI couldn’t suggest even a grain of truth against Chavan:Guv

    New Delhi: Picking holes in CBI’s evidence against former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan in Adarsh Scam, Maharashtra Governor K Sankaranarayanan has said the agency failed to produce evidence which could disclose “even a grain of truth”.

  • Paswan meets Sonia over alliance formation in Bihar

    New Delhi: Amid indications of unease between his party and RJD, LJP president Ram Vilas Paswan today met Congress chief Sonia Gandhi here to urge her to take the lead in finalising the alliance in Bihar as “clarity” was required on seat-sharing among the allies.