Free Press Journal
  • Nude picture of woman not obscene per se: SC

    New Delhi: A  nude or semi-nude picture of a woman cannot be called obscene per se unless it is designed to excite sexual passion or reveal an overt sexual desire, the Supreme Court has held.

  • Delhi govt clarifies on seeking opinion from legal experts

    New Delhi:Delhi Government today sought to quell the controversy over the issue of legal experts supporting it on the jan lokpal bill, saying they were consulted only on the validity of rules relating to Assembly’s powers and not on the legislation per say.

  • Curfew-like restrictions in Valley; mobile internet suspended

    Jammu & Kashmir: Curfew-like restrictions were imposed today in most parts of Kashmir Valley to foil separatists’ plans to hold protests to observe the first death anniversary of Parliament-attack convict Mohd Afzal Guru.

  • Expelled AAP MLA Vinod Kumar Binny decides to withdraw support to Delhi government

    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. “Today I am writing to Lt Governor Najeeb Jung apprising him of my decision to withdraw support to Kejriwal government.

  • Delhi’s power supply firms move court over dues’ notice

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear Friday a plea by Reliance Group-led power distribution firms in the national capital – BSES Rajdhani and BSES Yamuna – challenging the notice served by the state-run NTPC asking them to deposit their dues by Feb 11 or face a cut in electricity supply.

  • Arvind Kejriwal on Jan lokpal bill

    AAP hits out at Lt Governor over leak on Janlokpal bill issue

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party today demanded a probe into the alleged “leak” of a communication on Janlokpal bill from the Solicitor General to the Lt Governor, whom it accused of acting like a “Congress agent”.

  • BJP will get clear majority in Lok Sabha polls: Rajnath Singh

    Ahmedabad / New Delhi : Citing various survey reports, BJP president Rajnath Singh today expressed confidence of getting a clear majority in coming Lok Sabha elections. “Whichever survey reports are there, it is clear from them that BJP is now rapidly advancing towards a clear majority in 2014 Lok Sabha elections,” Singh said here.

  • Muzaffarnagar riots: SIT files fresh chargesheet against 235

    Muzaffarnagar: The Special Investigation Team (SIT), probing the Muzaffarnagar riot cases has filed a fresh chargesheet against 235 people in connection with the different cases, SIT sources said on Sunday.

  • Failure to act according to promises on policies unfair: Supreme Court

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has said that the government should look into “pros and cons” before laying down any policy like ‘uninterrupted electricity supply’ as failure to act according to promises would be “unfair and immoral” on its part.

  • If discoms violate terms, then they better go: Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has assured Delhiites that they would not have to live without electricity, although he did ask the people to be ready for “some difficulties” in case power distribution companies continued with their “blackmailing” tactics.

  • Woman burnt by hubby, father- in- law

    • Wanted to report her daughter’s gang- rape by sons of her husband’s cousin
    •  In- laws feared social ignominy, decided to kill her

    BHOPAL: During investigation of Sukhi Sewaniya police into the death of a 30- year woman under mysterious circumstances three days ago, it came to light that she was set ablaze after pouring kerosene on her by her husband and father- in- law just to