Free Press Journal
  • Businessman’s son kidnapped

    Sambhal: An eight-year-old son of a businessman was allegedly kidnapped in Chandausi area here,police said today.

  • Parliament adjourned till noon

    New Delhi: Both houses of parliament were adjourned Monday till noon following an uproar over the formation of Telangana.

  • Nitish Kumar - third force

    Nitish, Left leaders meet to give shape to ‘Third Force’

    New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and the Left leadership today had a breakfast meeting with other leaders to discuss the formation of a non-Congress, non-BJP formation for the next Lok Sabha polls.

  • Andhra presents Rs.1.83 lakh crore vote-on-account

    Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister Anam Ramanarayana Reddy Monday presented a tax-free, revenue-surplus vote-on-account for 2014-15 with an overall expenditure of over Rs.1.83 lakh crore.

  • Minor girl raped

    Deoria: A 13-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a youth in Salempur area, police said here today.

  • Governor leaves Assam Assembly in 2 min, opposition protests

    Guwahati: The first day of the Assam Assembly session got off to a stormy start today as the opposition disrupted Governor J B Patnaik’s opening address over his statement that security scenario has improved in the state.

  • Khap mahapanchayat to demand CBI probe in Muzaffarnagar riots

    Muzaffarnagar: The khap mahapanchayat in the district has decided to start a movement demanding CBI inquiry into riot cases instead of SIT probing the matter, Ghatwala Khap council head Harkishan Singh Malik said.

  • Trinamool to oppose T-bill in Parliament

    Kolkata: Trinamool Congress today said it would oppose in Parliament the Telangana Bill seeking to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh.

  • Baloch group blows up gas pipelines in Pakistan

    Lahore: Three crucial pipelines supplying natural gas to northeast Pakistan were blown up by the banned Baloch Republican Army leading to a severe shortage in Punjab province and death of one woman, officials said today.

  • N Korea rescinds US envoy’s invitation

    Washington: North Korea has cancelled a US envoy’s visit to discuss the fate of a Korean American imprisoned there, and civil rights leader Jesse Jackson offered to travel instead, American officials has said.

  • Five militants arrested in Manipur

    Imphal: Five militants of the People’ Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) were arrested along with arms during separate search operations in Manipur, police said today.

  • Rangu Souriya – Saviour for trafficked girls

    Darjeeling: A woman here has overcome threats to her life to save victims of flesh trade from across the country and has been awarded for her efforts.

  • Baby killed in road accident

    Kolkata: A one-month-old baby was killed and  about ten others were injured when a private bus overturned near Park Circus area here today, police said.