Free Press Journal
  • Modi is not dying to go to U.S: Kirti Azad

    New Delhi: Commenting on U.S ambassador’s upcoming meeting with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, BJP leader Kirti Azad on Tuesday said that Modi was not dying to go to America and that the latter was extending an olive branch to Modi looking at the changed scenario.

  • Nylon net-fencing brings down man-tiger conflict

    Sajnekhali (WB): The straying of Royal Bengal Tigers into villages around the Sunderbans forest has seen a dramatic decline after erection of nylon net-fencing on the forest-village interface.

  • Maha appoints vigilance committees for foodgrain distribution

    Mumbai: Maharashtra government has appointed vigilance committees to keep a close watch on unloading and distribution of foodgrains for the smooth implementation of Food Security Act in the state which was launched on February 1.

  • Another youth from northeast attacked

    New Delhi: In a fresh case of a northeastern youth being attacked in the national capital, a 22-year-old Manipuri man was stabbed by some unidentified men in south Delhi’s Mehrauli area in the wee hours today.

  • Bamboo processing unit to come up in Gadchiroli

    Nagpur:  The Maharashtra government has given its approval for a first-of-its-kind bamboo processing unit to be set up in Naxal-hit Gadchiroli district at an estimated cost of Rs 19.40 crore.

  • Quake jolts China’s Xinjiang

    Beijing:  A 5.4-magnitude earthquake hit a county of China’s northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region today.

  • 15 die in Bengal accident

    Kolkata: At least 15 people were killed early Tuesday when a vehicle carrying them collided with a truck in West Bengal’s Malda district, police said.

  • US Ambassador to India to meet Modi

    Washington: US Ambassador to India Nancy Powell plans to meet Narendra Modi, signalling a shift in America’s stand towards the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate in connection with 2002 Gujarat riots.

  • Prez recommendation sought for introducing T-bill in LS

    New Delhi: Contrary to earlier expectations, the Telangana bill will now be introduced in Lok Sabha first instead of Rajya Sabha with the government seeking a fresh recommendation from the President after the Upper House secretariat held it is a money bill.

  • 13 die in a road accident in West Bengal

    Malda: 13 people were killed and three injured in a road accident in Malda after a speeding truck collided with two cars on Tuesday.