Free Press Journal
  • Arunachal CM announces ex-gratia for those killed on Jan 29

    Itanagar: The Arunachal Pradesh Government has announced ex-gratia payment of Rs 3 lakh each for those killed and Rs 50 thousand each to the seriously injured in the Tarasso incident on Wednesday.

  • 4 women killed, 15 injured as truck overturns

    Ahmedabad:Four women were killed and 15 others injured today when the truck in which they were travelling overturned near Khisri village in Amreli district’s Dhari taluka, police said.

  • Will strive to take all groups along: Selja

    Hisar (Har): With infighting in Haryana Congress often coming to the fore in the past, former Union Minister Kumari Selja, who has been elected to Rajya Sabha, today said she would strive to take along all the groups and tell the people about the achievements of the UPA government.

  • MP: police receive Central sanction to prosecute IAS couple

    Bhopal: The Lokayukta police have received sanction from the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), Government of India, to prosecute the suspended IAS couple accused of amassing assets worth Rs 41 crore.

  • ‘UP SHRC received 8 complaints on riots’

    New Delhi: Four months after the riots in Muzaffarnagar that claimed over 60 lives, the Uttar Pradesh Human Rights Commission said it has received eight complaints which were being processed.

  • 12 Indian sailors missing as ship sinks off Yemen

    Aden: A total of 12 Indian sailors have been missing since their cargo ship sank off the coast of Yemen’s Hadramout province, authorities said Saturday.

  • Peace talks: Imran distances himself from Taliban

    Islamabad: Distancing himself from the the outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan said the militant group should select its own representatives for the peace talks, a media report said.

  • Unrealistic demands might harm sugar industry: Pawar

    Kolhapur: Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar today warned that unrealistic demands would cause harm to the sugar industry in Maharashtra and it may meet the same fate as the defunct textile industry in Mumbai.

  • Bail in Muzaffarnagar riots cases challenged in HC

    Muzaffarnagar: SIT, probing the Muzaffarnagar riots, has filed affidavits in the Allahabad High Court in support of petitions by district authorities seeking cancellation of bail granted to accused in last year’s violence by lower court.

  • 1984 riots massive failure of government: Habibullah

    New Delhi: Outgoing National Commission for Minorities chairperson Wajahat Habibullah, who served in the PMO when the anti-Sikh riots took place, says the government had collapsed in 1984 and the violence was a “massive failure” on its part.

  • Shivanand slams Nitish for ‘arrogance’

    Patna: Peeved at the denial of a second term in Rajya Sabha, senior JD(U) leader Shivanand Tiwari today lashed out at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for being ‘arrogant’ and said there was no place in the party for anyone who disagreed with Kumar.

  • Mumbai police commissioner satya pal singh

    Former Mumbai top cop joins BJP

    Meerut: Former Mumbai police commissioner Satyapal Singh, who had resigned last week, today joined BJP saying he left a “good chair” to take part in the “remaking” of the country.