Free Press Journal
  • Expelled AAP legislator Binny to withdraw support

    New Delhi: Expelled Aam Aadmi Party legislator Vinod Kumar Binny said Wednesday that he has informed Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung that he wants to withdraw support to the AAP-led Delhi government.

  • Youth gets 10-year jail for raping three-year-old girl

    New Delhi: A 20-year-old youth has been jailed for 10 years for kidnapping and raping a three-year-old girl by a Delhi court which observed that children across the nation are at a “risk”.

  • Finally, Jharkhand acid attack victim gets a job

    Ranchi: She was merely 18-years-old when an acid attack while she was asleep on the terrace of her her house changed her life forever. After struggling for years with surgeries and shortage of funds, she has finally been given a government job.

  • Telangana issue disrupts Parliament

    New Delhi: Telangana issue today disrupted Parliament on the first day of the last session of current Lok Sabha, leading to adjournment of both Houses till noon.

  • PM hopes Parliament will function smoothly

    New Delhi: Terming possible disruptions of Parliamentary proceedings over the Telangana issue as “hiccups”, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today hoped that all sections will have the wisdom to set aside “prejudices” to ensure harmonious working of the House.

  • Woman abducted, gangraped

    Lalitpur (UP): A woman, working in an NGO, was allegedly abducted and gangraped by three youths here, police said today.

  • Vinod kumar binny to withdraw support to the Delhi Government

    Binny decides to withdraw support to Delhi govt

    New Delhi: Expelled AAP MLA Vinod Kumar Binny today decided to withdraw support to the Delhi Government,while terming Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of being “more dangerous” than a corrupt person.

  • US Navy investigating officers over nuclear exam cheating

    Washington: The US Navy has launched a probe into whether senior officers training on nuclear reactors had been cheating on written exam that may have involved classified information, top Pentagon officials said.

  • ‘AAP brushing aside real social issues with their jhadu’

    New Delhi: “Deeply disillusioned” with the AAP, former diplomat and one of its founding members Madhu Bhaduri feels the party is no different from other political groupings and is brushing away “real social issues” under the carpet with the broom.

  • New Nagpur Cong chief vows to stay away from factionalism

    Nagpur: The newly-appointed Nagpur city Congress chief Vikas Thakre today said that he would ensure that the party works as a united force in the upcoming Lok Sabha as well as Assembly elections.

  • Two get life sentence for murder

    Muzaffarnagar: Two persons were sentenced to life imprisonment by a local court for murdering a woman in 2008.

  • 53 IAS officers transferred in UP

    Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government transferred 53 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officials, including 27 district magistrates, late Tuesday.

  • I raised my hand for this job: Satya Nadella

    New York:  India-born Satya Nadella said he “raised his hand” to take up the top job at Microsoft as he believed his role as CEO would enable him to make an impact in an increasingly “software-powered” world and drive innovation.

  • Minister’s brother spared, others transferred

    Indore: The Department of Higher Education ( DHE) has cracked the whip but it also ensured that Health and Medical Education Minister Narottam Mishra’s elder brother Anand Mishra is not ‘ hurt’. The DHE, on Monday shifted principals and teachers on deputation in different departments to various government colleges with immediate effect but spared Anand Mishra, who is on deputation at Jiwaji University, Gwalior.