Free Press Journal
  • Resolve dispute in marines case in one week: SC to Centre

    New Delhi:The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to resolve within a week all disputes arising out of the issue of invoking anti-piracy law against two Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen off Kerala coast in 2012.

  • 2 killed as truck falls into ditch

    Indore: Two persons from Rajasthan were killed when their truck fell into a deep ditch near here this morning.

  • BJP opens tea stalls ahead of Modi’s Odisha rally

    Bhubaneswar:The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched about a dozen tea stalls across Odisha named after Narendra Modi, its prime ministerial candidate, ahead of his Feb 11 rally here, party leaders said Monday. Some 50 stalls are likely to be opened before the rally.

  • Parents should be able to suspend teachers: Sisodia

    New Delhi: Parents need to be given powers to suspend and remove principals and teachers, Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia said Monday after a surprise visit to a government school.

  • Gujarat riots and Babri Masjid case reflects BJP’s hatred: Tariq Anwar

    New Delhi: Commenting on the recent spat of words between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Samajwadi party, National Congress Party (NCP) leader Tariq Anwar on Monday said that the BJP was based on hatred, and that the Gujarat riots and the Babri Masjid issue were the best examples to prove that.

  • LDF walkout in Ker assembly over Vizhinjam port

    Thiruvananthapuram: The CPI(M)-led LDF opposition today staged a walkout in the Kerala Assembly, accusing the UDF government of colluding with vested interests and trying to sabotage the proposed International Transshipment Terminal project at nearby Vizhinjam.

  • Expenditure on S&T needs to hiked: PM

    Jammu: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Monday said that the country should increase its annual expenditure on science and technology.

  • Two killed road mishap

    Bareilly (UP): Two persons were killed and as many others got injured when two motorbikes collided before being hit by a truck at Bithari Chainpur area here, police said today.

  • Man held for acid attack in Agra

    Agra: A 28-year-old man was arrested here for an acid attack on a girl that she escaped but critically injured her father, police said Monday.

  • Another accused in Lajpat Nagar heist arrested: police

    New Delhi: An accused, in the sensational daylight heist in which around Rs 8 crore were looted in south Delhi’s busy Lajpat Nagar area on January 28, was today arrested by the police.

  • Govt to face new pressure group in Parliament session

    New Delhi: With broad contours of a ‘Third Force’ emerging ahead of Lok Sabha polls, Government will have to face a new pressure group from the Opposition minus BJP on key issues as Parliament’s extended winter session re-convenes on February 5.

  • Five killed in road mishap

    Chaibasa (Jharkhand): Five persons were killed and 25 others injured when a pick-up van collided with a trailer near Damodarpur in West Singhbhum district today.

  • Telangana bill with all documents sent to Delhi

    Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh State Reorganisation Bill 2013, which seeks to carve out a separate Telangana state, was Monday sent to the Centre along with the report on the debate in the legislature and also resolutions passed in both the houses rejecting the bill.

  • Families of witch-hunt victims ostracised in Jharkhand

    Ranchi: The witch-hunting menace, which has seen many innocent women being persecuted, tortured and even killed in Jharkhand, has also hit their family members who are ostracised by villagers.

  • Sports Director complains against Air India

    Bhopal: Director sports, Shailendra Shrivastava, IPS on Sunday lodged a complaint at Gandhi Nagar police station against Air India for misplacing and damaging luggage during his journey from Kochi to Bhopal via Delhi on Saturday. Following the complaint, police registered a case under sections 407 and 462 of the IPC and started further investigation into the case.

  • Medical college: V- C to seek CM’s intervention

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) Vice- Chancellor Prof DP Singh and the Executive Council members would soon meet Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and request him to direct Indore district administration to transfer the land meant for proposed medical college of the varsity at the earliest, so that the proposal for setting up medical facility can be sent to the Medical Council of India ( MCI) within the stipulated time frame.