Free Press Journal
  • Omar Abdullah

    Army guideline on Kashmiri attire triggers row

    Srinagar:A guideline to Kashmiri journalists not to wear ‘pherans’, a traditional Kashmiri attire, to army press briefings has triggered a row, with Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Saturday calling it “unacceptable”.

  • manisha koirala

    Our films misinform about cancer: Manisha Koirala

    New Delhi: Manisha Koirala, who hails from Nepal and emerged a star in Bollywood and then survived cancer, does not approve of the kind of portrayal that cancer patients get in Hindi films where they are invariably shown as fighting a losing battle. She says it misguides already misinformed people about the feared disease.

  • JD-U leader Ali Anwar labels Modi a conman who is fooling the nation

    New Delhi: Janata Dal-United (JD-U) leader Ali Anwar on Saturday described Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi as a conman organizing a circus in the name of rallies all over the country and fooling the people.

  • Three children burnt to death in Bihar

    Patna: Three children were burnt to death and five sustained burn injuries when their thatched house in a Bihar village caught fire, police said Saturday.

  • Jayalalithaa hints at prime ministership

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayaram Jayalalithaa hinted at prime ministership during the launch of a state project in Chennai.

  • Fierce gun battle kills three militants in Goalpara

    Goalpara, (Assam) : A fierce gunbattle in Goalpara killed three militants of the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA), following which security forces called off operations.

  • Nadal cruises into Rio Open semis

    Rio de Janeiro: World No.1 Rafael Nadal cruised into the Rio Open semifinals with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Portugal’s Joao Sousa.

  • Two arrested in Nawla murder case

    Muzaffarnagar: Two persons were today arrested in connection with the triple murder case at Nawla village here, police said.

  • Militants attack Manipur official’s residence

    Imphal: A powerful grenade was hurled by suspected militants near the residence of a government official at Sagolband area in Imphal West district, but no casualty was reported, police said today.

  • Tag A: They did it, the VC and his Special 16

    It took a man like DP Singh, who wears success on his sleeves, his 16 handpicked men who walked on his guided path, hard work of varsity staffers who stood at their back and call and utmost support of teachers and students to bring the A grade tag to the university.

  • Garg does impossible for GACC

    Indore: Sweets were distributed and greetings were exchanged at Atal Behari Vajpayee Government Arts and Commerce College also known as GACC when news of it getting A grade reached the campus. The college inspection report was opened ahead of DAVV’s in the Executive Council meeting of NAAC held on Friday so the first good news for Indoreans came from GACC only.

  • Man held for wife’s murder

    Police book him on basis of evidence, however he denies charges

  • Rs 10 cr development works in Maheshwar

    Indore: The banks in Maheshwar, fort, temple and other spots would be renovated at the cost of Rs 10 crore in view of the ensuing Simhastha mela in 2016.