Free Press Journal
  • Boy killed in celebratory firing

    Muzaffarnagar: 12-year-old boy was killed in celebratory firing during a marriage ceremony at Dinkerpur village under Shapur police station in the district, police said today.

  • Four charred to death in fire mishap

    Ghaziabad: Four persons, including three children, were charred to death when a massive fire broke out at a godown of old clothes in Bhopra area of Sahibabad in the wee hours today.

  • 3 GNLA terrorists killed in encounter, arms recovered

    Guwahati: Three Garo National LiberationArmy (GNLA) terrorists were killed during an encounter with security forces and arms and ammunitions also seized in Goalpara district in the wee hours today.

  • Man and his two children killed

    Koraput (Odisha): A man and his two minor children were killed by unidentified assailants in their home at Phampuni in Koraput district, police said today.

  • Hyderabad airport put on red alert after threat letter

    New Delhi:  The Hyderabad international airport was today put on high alert after an anonymous letter threatening that explosives will be used and transported through a flight was received at the facility.

  • Rajya Sabha adjourned till noon

    New Delhi: Rajya Sabha was Friday adjourned till noon after an uproar by opposition parties demanding special economic package for seven backward states.

  • Burqa-wearing gunmen attack Afghan police HQ: officials

    Kabul: Three male suicide attackers wearing burqas attacked a police headquarters close to the Afghan capital Kabul today, officials said, killing one policeman as concerns rise over security ahead of the presidential polls.

  • Russians seek to make peace with Goa

    Panaji:After accusing the Goa government of virtually abdicating responsibility and the police of ignoring crimes against foreigners, Russians in Goa have now offered an olive branch of peace.

  • Indian economy much more resilient to external shocks: IMF

    Washington: The Indian economy is much more resilient to external shocks now than was last year, a top IMF official has said, attributing this to a series of administrative decisions and policy measures taken by the Union Government.

  • Arvind Kejriwal - Loksabha Elections

    SC agrees to hear AAP plea to dissolve Delhi Assembly

    New Delhi:   The Supreme Court today agreed to hear on Monday the Aam Aadmi Party’s plea seeking a direction to the Lieutenant Governor to dissolve Delhi Assembly and hold fresh polls along with Lok Sabha elections.

  • SC to hear plea on non-dissolution of Delhi assembly

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear Monday the Aam Aadmi Party plea challenging Lt Governor Najeeb Jung’s decision not to suggest to the centre the dissolution of the Delhi assembly as recommended by then chief minister Arvind Kajriwal’s government.

  • Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra refutes corruption claims

    London: Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has reportedly issued a statement refuting charges of corruption leveled against her in connection with her role in a controversial rice purchase scheme.

  • UP woman MLA seeks action against peers’ stripping act

    Lucknow: A woman legislator in Uttar Pradesh lodged a complaint with the speaker’s office over two Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) legislators taking off their shirts in the assembly two days back, officials said Friday.

  • Sonia Gandhi

    Sonia Gandhi seeks dismissal of 1984 case in US

    New York: India’s Congress party president Sonia Gandhi’s has filed a new motion to dismiss a human rights violation lawsuit against her by Sikhs for Justice, a New York based human rights group.