Free Press Journal
  • Not to be missed! How Earth looks from Mars

    New York: NASA’s Curiosity rover on red planet has snapped its first view of Earth – with the Moon shining nearby – from the surface of Mars.

  • Sibal defends Communal Violence Bill

    New Delhi: Under attack from Opposition over the Communal Violence Bill, Law Minister Kapil Sibal today defended it saying the proposed law was not violative of the country’s federal structure and was required as several state governments have been accused of shielding those guilty of targetted violence.

  • E-cigarette ‘smoke’ raises health ministry’s ire

    New Delhi: The union health ministry has told the civil aviation ministry and Air India that the display of electronic cigarettes in some of its publications violates the law against tobacco advertising.

  • Cong likely to field same faces for LS poll in Mumbai

    New Delhi: Congress is expected to renominate all its sitting members from Mumbai in Lok Sabha polls including Party General Secretary Gurudas Kamat and Union Minister Milind Deora.

  • Congress has no right to talk about Patel: RSS

    New Delhi: The RSS Saturday hit back at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who had accused the BJP of not understanding Sardar Patel, saying he had no right to speak on the issue since his party had disowned the late leader’s ideology.

  • JD(U) will regret parting ways with BJP, says Jaitley

    Patna: Taking an apparent swipe at JD(U), the Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, Arun Jaitley, today said that those who had parted ways with BJP would regret their decision following the general elections later this year.

  • BJP used Ram temple issue for electoral gains: Mulayam

    Lucknow: Arguing that the BJP did not accept his offer for “land” at a place “other than the disputed site” for building the Ram temple, SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav accused the saffron party of using the temple issue for electoral gains.

  • Nitish questions SSB’s actions as minister comes under scanner

    Patna: With Bihar minister Shahid Ali Khan under SSB’s scanner for suspected links with Indian Mujahideen activists, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today questioned the central agency’s handling of the matter, especially as to why he was not informed, and has directed a probe into it.

  • Castaway likely suffering post-traumatic stress, says doctor

    Majuro (Marshall Islands): A castaway who says he survived 13 months adrift in the Pacific appears to be suffering post-traumatic stress syndrome, a doctor said today, as officials confirmed he had been living in Mexico illegally.

  • Technology that helps you fix sleep in your bed!

    Helsinki: Are you disturbed about poor quality of sleep at night? Here comes a technology that can help you measure quality and quantity of sleep right in your own bed.

  • Geelani put under house arrest

    Srinagar: Authorities in Kashmir valley today put hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani under house arrest immediately after his arrival at the airport here from New Delhi where he had gone for a health check-up.