Free Press Journal
  • 11 non-Cong, non-BJP parties join hands in Parliament

    New Delhi:In indications of emergence of a Third Front ahead of Lok Sabha polls, 11 non-Congress and non-BJP parties today formally joined hands as a block in Parliament to pitch for pro-people, anti-communal and federal agenda.

  • LS condemns attacks on people from NE region

    New Delhi: Lok Sabha today condemned the attacks and harassment of people from the Northeast in various  parts of the country in the wake of the killing of a boy from Arunachal Pradesh in Delhi and said a message should go out that they should be protected.

  • AAP protests against sex and drugs rackets

    New Delhi: Around 500 members of AAP protested here Wednesday demanding action against those who are allegedly bringing Ugandan women on the pretext of providing them jobs but forcing them into sex and drugs rackets.

  • Government fails to table anti-communal violence bill in RS

    New Delhi: Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde Wednesday sought to introduce in the Rajya Sabha a bill to prevent communal violence but could not do so due to protests by BJP members, forcing a second adjournment of the house, this time till 2 p.m.

  • File Nido post-mortem report by Friday: HC to police

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Wednesday asked the police to file by Friday a fresh status report – along with the findings of the autopsy – on the death of a student from Arunachal Pradesh.

  • Philippine leader likens China’s rulers to Hitler: NYT

    Manila: Philippine President Benigno Aquino has compared China’s efforts to claim disputed territories with those of Nazi Germany’s, while urging world leaders not to make the same mistake of appeasement, according to the New York Times.

  • NSA tapped phone of former German chancellor

    Berlin: The US National Security Agency (NSA) spied on former German chancellor Gerhard Schroder for his criticism of the Iraq war, according to media report.

  • Bin Laden relative seeks interview for NY trial

    New York: Lawyers for Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law and former spokesman have asked a judge to let them interview accused September 11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed prior to a terrorism trial scheduled to begin this month.

  • HC asks AAP, its leaders to reply to PIL on foreign funding

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today sought responses from AAP and its founding members, including Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on a plea for registration of a criminal case on the ground that the newly formed party allegedly received foreign funding in violation of various laws.

  • 11 juvenile inmates escape from remand home

    Ara: Eleven juvenile inmates escaped from a remand home in a village in Bihar’s Bhojpur district after removing the grill of a room.

  • TP Murder: CPI(M) slams Govt’s move to seek CBI probe

    Thiruvananthapuram (Ker): Amid reports of the UDF government exploring possibilities of a CBI probe into the “conspiracy angle” of the T P Chandrasekharan murder case, CPI(M) state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan today dubbed it as an illegal move to malign his party.

  • Sushma Swaraj

    Discuss problems of people from northeast: Sushma Swaraj

    New Delhi: Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj had demanded that question hour be suspended on Wednesday so that the issues faced by people from the northeast can be discussed, BJP legislator Anurag Thakur said.