Free Press Journal
  • RSS supporters accuse Congress of votebank politics

    New Delhi: Supporters of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) have accused the ruling Congress Party of indulging in votebank politics while protesting against Caravan Magazine for publishing a report that names RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat as one of the people involved in the February 2007 Samjhauta Express blast that killed 68 people.

  • Gunmen attack TMC MLA

    Imphal: Trinamool Congress MLA and former Deputy Speaker Th. Shyam Kumar escaped unhurt after unidentified assailants fired at him in Imphal West district of Manipur, police said today.

  • Four jawans injured in Manipur ambush

    Imphal:  Four Assam Rifles jawans were seriously injured when insurgents ambushed a patrol of the central paramilitary force at Nambasi in Manipur’s Ukhrul district today.

  • Malala nominated for ‘Children’s Nobel’

    Stockholm: Malala Yousafzai, the teenaged Pakistani education activist attacked by the Taliban, is among the three candidates nominated for this year’s World Children’s Prize, also known as the Children’s Nobel.

  • Devyani Khobragade - Visa fraud case

    Devyani seeks dismissal of visa fraud case in US court

    New York: Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade has sought dismissal of the visa fraud case against her on the ground that the indictment was filed in a court here a day after the US accorded her full diplomatic immunity and the country did not

  • Nido’s parents vow to fight against discrimination

    Itanagar: The parents of Nido Tania, the Arunachal Pradesh student allegedly beaten to death in New Delhi, have said they will continue their fight against discrimination against the Northeast community in other parts of the country.

  • India-US partnership would keep growing after poll: US

    Washington: A senior Obama administration official has expressed confidence that despite recent setbacks India-US strategic partnership will continue to grow whatever the outcome of India’s upcoming national elections.

  • Two children die in Lucknow fire

    Lucknow: Two children were burnt to death here late Friday when their hut caught fire, police said Saturday.

  • CBI Chief’s comment reflects UPA’s desperation to malign Modi and Amit Shah

    New Delhi: Commenting on Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Chief Ranjit Sinha’s statement on former Gujarat home minister Amit Shah, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kirti Azad on Saturday said that Sinha’s statement reflected the desperation of the United Province Alliance’s (UPA) desperation to malign Modi and Amit Shah.

  • US Air Force drone crashes

    Washington: US Air Force said a drone crashed Friday at a national park in New Mexico during a training mission.

  • Movie Review : Hasee toh Phasee – Short of a laugh riot

    Debut making Director Vinil Mathew manages to generate quite a few laughs in this rom-com that hopes to turn rigid stereotypes on its head. Both the lead characters Nikhil (Sidharth Malhotra) and Meeta (Parineeti Chopra) are flawed. They are not the typically goody-two-shoes personality types we’ve been fed on by mainstream Bollywood.
    He is an ideas man trying to

  • Kisan Morcha stages dharna at rly station

    Indore: Workers of the BJP Kisan Morcha staged a demonstration against antifarmer policies of the Union Government at railway station, on Friday. As per announcement, 200 workers reached platform no 5 at 1pm. Police had already barricaded the entry gate of platform- 5 to stop the workers from entering it and prevent them from

  • Jain temple burgled

    Indore: A Jain temple in Greater Brajeshwari was targeted by some miscreants, who managed to steal 15 chhatris worth Rs 1.5 lakh under Kanadia police station, on Thursday night. The miscreants also damaged one CCTV camera before committing the larceny.

  • Masters of Educational Dishonesty

    MED, MPED COLLEGES HIDE THEIR DERECOGNISED STATUS, ADMIT STUDENTS; DAVV RECOMMENDS FOR GRANT OF AFFILIATION AND THEN BACK TRACKS

  • 4 MGM docs shifted to Sagar, Rewa colleges

    Indore: At least four doctors of Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College have been transferred to medical colleges in Sagar and Rewa. After getting the transfer orders, the MGM College authorities relieved them from their duties, on Friday.