Free Press Journal
  • New-born found dead in swimming pool

    Thane: A new born baby was found dead in a swimming pool inside the bungalow of late Bollywood actress Nutan at Parsik hill in Kharegaon here, police said today.

  • Mayank Gandhi, other AAP activists held on way to protest NCP attack

    Mumbai: Around 20 Aam Aadmi Party activists, including its leader Mayank Gandhi, were detained Saturday while on their way to a “sweep clean” agitation against the Nationalist Congress Party for an attack at the AAP state office by NCP activists earlier in the day.

  • Efforts being made to reduce pending cases: Kaul

    Gurgaon: Efforts are being made to reduce the number of pending cases in courts so that no case beyond five years is left, Punjab and Haryana High Court Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul said today.

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    Washington: The Facebook deal for WhatsApp drew attention for its whopping price tag, but has also brought out fresh criticism over security for the billions of messages delivered on the platform.

  • Gas price: Kejriwal doesn’t understand basic laws: Moily

    Bangalore: Coming down hard against Arvind Kejriwal for ordering an FIR against him and others for raising gas prices, Petroleum Minister M Veerappa Moily today said the former Delhi Chief Minister doesn’t understand fundamental laws.

  • Thailand revokes Indian businessman’s residency status

    Bangkok: Thai authorities have revoked the permanent residency status of long-time Bangkok-based Indian businessman Satish Sehgal, paving the way for his deportation for allegedly defying an emergency decree and leading anti-government protests.

  • Seven Indians jailed for forgery in Singapore

    Singapore: Seven Indians are among 25 foreign employees jailed between four and 12 weeks for submitting forged academic certificates to obtain work passes in this city-state.

  • Four die in Afghanistan terror attack

    Kabul: A police official and a civilian were killed in a terror attack in Afghanistan’s Herat province. Two terrorists were gunned down in the shootout.

  • Carb-rich diet may affect brain health: Study

    New York: Even small increases in blood sugar caused by a diet high in carbohydrates can be detrimental to brain health, shows new research.

  • Giant solar flare welcomes earth

    Washington: Don’t miss the strongest solar flare of the year that sent out giant bursts of light and radiation into the space.

  • US hails India’s role in fight against piracy

    Washington: US and European Union officials have hailed a key role played by India in the global fight against piracy that has resulted in a remarkable drop in piracy off the coast of Somalia.

  • AAP’s office in Mumbai attacked; party suspects NCP hand

    Mumbai: The Aam Aadmi Party office in suburban Andheri was today allegedly vandalised by a group of some 20-25 persons with the party claiming that the attack was the handiwork of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).

  • Sri Lankan media hails SC decision on Rajiv Gandhi’s killers

    Colombo: The Indian Supreme Court’s decision to stop Tamil Nadu from releasing seven persons convicted in the 1991 assassination of former premier Rajiv Gandhi is a slap in the face of separatist elements in this country, the Sri Lankan media said today.

  • Rahul late entrant on anti-graft plank: BJP

    New Delhi: Calling Rahul Gandhi a late entrant on the anti-corruption plank, the Bharatiya Janata Party Saturday said the Congress vice president should have spoken on the issue much earlier.

  • Will give up J-K residency rights if Minority Act diluted: Sikh group

    Srinagar: A Sikh organisation in Kashmir today said that the members of the community would surrender their residency rights in Jammu and Kashmir as a mark of protest if the state government went ahead with any move to dilute the Minority Act.