Free Press Journal
  • New method to treat bad cholesterol effectively

    London: Those worried over how to reduce bad cholesterol for a healthy cardiovascular life, here comes a new and effective strategy for cholesterol treatment.

  • US warns about “toothpaste bomb” threats

    Washington: The US government has issued a warning to US and some foreign airlines that fly to Russia for the Olympic Games about “toothpaste bomb” threats, media reports said.

  • ‘No records showing British govt’s involvement in Op Bluestar’

    New Delhi: Rejecting reports of involvement of the Margaret Thatcher government in the Operation Bluestar to flush out militants, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid today said there are no records indicating this and the entire operation was carried out by the Indian Army.

  • Delhi govt orders FIR in Rs 90-cr CWG street light scam

    New Delhi: Delhi’s new government, headed by Arvind Kejriwal, today directed its Anti-Corruption Branch to lodge an FIR in the Rs 90-crore street light project for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in which a panel headed by a former CAG had indicted the then Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.

  • Rahul unaware of agri-life, misfit to be PM: Badal

    Rai Ke Kalan (Punjab): Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said Rahul Gandhi would be a “complete misfit” as Prime Minister because he was unaware of the basics of agriculture and village life of the majority of the population of the country.

  • Pakistan govt, Taliban panel hold talks

    Islamabad: After initial hiccups, Pakistani state negotiators and a Taliban-nominated committee met at an undisclosed location today to frame a roadmap for parleys aimed at ending terrorism and bringing peace to the country.

  • Siddiqui confident of fighting LS elections from Madhubani

    Patna: Amid buzz of a possible tussle with Congress over the Madhubani seat, senior RJD leader Abdul Bari Siddiqui said he would “definitely” contest the ensuing Lok Sabha elections from the constituency and expect a “friendly contest” between the two parties.

  • Siddiqui confident of fighting LS elections from Madhubani

    Patna: Amid buzz of a possible tussle with Congress over the Madhubani seat, senior RJD leader Abdul Bari Siddiqui said he would “definitely” contest the ensuing Lok Sabha elections from the constituency and expect a “friendly contest” between the two parties.

  • Indian-American lawyer in race for Congressional seat

    New York: An Indian-American patent lawyer, vying for a congressional seat in the Silicon Valley, has been endorsed by top executives from technology giants like Google, as he seeks to oust a seven-term Democrat endorsed by President Barack Obama.

  • Govt probing complaints in mega combat aircraft deal

    New Delhi: Government is looking into the complaints about the procedure to determine the winner of multi-billion dollar combat aircraft deal, Defence Minister A K Antony today said while admitting that there was no money to sign such a big deal in this fiscal.

  • Army jawans stab train passengers in Assam

    Rangia: Three Army jawans allegedly stabbed two passengers in a train when they protested against defence personnel occupying all seats with their belongings at the Rangia railway station in Assam’s Kamrup district today.

  • Scientists create prosthetic hand that feels in real-time

    Washington: European researchers said Wednesday they have created a “revolutionary” prosthetic hand that helped an amputee who had not experienced the sensation of touch for over nine years to feel differences again in real-time.

  • Delhi government to recommend SIT probe into 1984 riots

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi Thursday decided to recommend to Lt.Governor Najeeb Jung to set up a special investigation team (SIT) to probe the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

  • Naidu seeks ‘good offices’ of Jaya to settle Telengana issue

    Chennai: TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu today met Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on the issue of bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh, seeking her “good offices” to settle the issue amicably while accusing Congress of playing “dirty politics” on this matter.