Free Press Journal
  • Over 300 booked for obstructing proceedings in riot cases

    Muzaffarnagar: More than 300 people have been booked for obstructing police proceedings against the absconding accused in five cases of gangrape in Phugana village during the riots last September, police said today.

  • Modi arrives in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and party president Rajnath Singh arrived here today to address his maiden Vijay Sankalp Samabesh.

  • Patel discusses dead Guj fisherman’s issue with Khurshid

    Vadodara (Guj): The issue of a Gujarat fisherman, whose body is yet to be returned to his family by Pakistan, was taken up by Political Secretary to Sonia Gandhi,Ahmed Patel with External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid.

  • Arvind kejriwal

    Kejriwal announces cases against Moily, Deora, Mukesh Ambani over gas over pricing

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday revealed that case have been filed by the Delhi Anti-Corruption Bureau against two UPA Ministers — Murli Deora and M.Veerappa Moily — and Reliance Industries Chairperson Mukesh Ambani for allegedly conspiring to inflate gas prices in the Delhi/National Capital Region.

  • Moderation needed in public debates on corruption: PM

    New Delhi: There is a need to ensure that honest officers are not harassed for bonafide mistakes they might make while taking decisions, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said here Tuesday, calling for moderation in the public debate on corruption.

  • Nido Tania’s parents meet Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Parents of Nido Tania, who died after being beaten up by shopkeepers here, met Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Tuesday and demanded steps be taken to curb discrimination against the people from northeastern states.

  • Lalu takes on Modi

    Lalu takes on Modi: Two rallies in same town, same day

    Patna: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is set to address a rally in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur town March 3, when RJD chief Lalu Prasad too will hold a big public meeting in

  • Assam govt framing new land policy: Minister

    Guwahati: The Assam government will frame a new land policy and a committee has been formed to work on it, the state Assembly was informed today.

  • Injured youth gets Rs 40 Lakh compensation for disability

    New Delhi: A 26-year-old youth, who suffered visual impairment and severe mental disability after a mini bus hit his motorcycle in 2011, has been awarded compensation of nearly Rs 40 lakh by a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal here.

  • PDP creates ruckus in Jammu and Kashmir assembly

    Jammu: Ruckus in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly Tuesday forced the speaker to adjourn the session after the PDP legislators protested over setting up of new administrative units in the state.

  • CBI needs to be protected from external forces: Manmohan Singh

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh while speaking at the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Central Vigilance Commission on Tuesday said that investigating agencies enjoy complete autonomy, and that the government is willing to do more to insulate the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) from external influence.

  • Manmohan Singh

    Honest officers should not be harassed for bonafide mistakes: PM

    New Delhi:  Holding that honest officers should not be harassed for bonafide mistakes made while making “well-meaning” decisions, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today warned that if this was not done, decision making will suffer

  • Price fixing of petro products done as per expert advice:Moily

    New Delhi: Rejecting Arvind Kejriwal’s allegation on gas pricing issue, Petroleum Minister M Veerappa Moily today hit back at the Delhi Chief Minister and said that price fixing of petroleum products is done as per expert advice.

  • Tempers run high in Rajya Sabha

    New Delhi: Tempers ran high in the Rajya Sabha again Tuesday as the house was disrupted and papers torn and thrown near the chairman’s podium.

  • Kharge likely to announce more trains, new lines in budget

    New Delhi: Faced with a revenue shortfall, Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge will not bring about reduction in basic passenger fares in the interim budget tomorrow but is likely to make adjustment in fuel adjustment component so that impact on fares is minimum in an election year.

  • Turmoil in Parliament

    New Delhi: Turmoil in Parliament over Telangana and other issues took a toll on the proceedings for the fifth consecutive day today, as a result of which no substantive business could be transacted.

  • Lok Sabha adjourned for the day

    New Delhi: The Lok Sabha was Tuesday adjourned for the day following disruptions over the Telangana and 1984 anti-Sikh riot issues.