Free Press Journal
  • RAW official and his family found dead

    New Delhi: A RAW official, his wife and two children were found dead under mysterious circumstances in their official residence in South Delhi’s Sadiq Nagar area today, police said.

  • Automobile sales down in February

     New Delhi: Automobile manufacturers reported sluggish sales in February due to a slowing economy that is plagued by high fuel and interest costs.

  • Another attack on Northeastern people in the capital

    New Delhi: In yet another incident of violence against Northeastern people in the national capital, a girl and her cousin brother hailing from Manipur were allegedly attacked by two men who thrashed them, hurled racial abuses and molested the girl last night.

  • SP, BJP vitiating atmosphere in UP: BSP

    Bahraich: Alleging that the ruling Samajwadi Party and the BJP had tacit understanding in Uttar Pradesh, the Bahujan Samaj Party today said both were trying to vitiate the atmosphere in the state.

  • Naris Fakri

    Not yet learnt enough about Mumbai’s showbiz: Nargis Fakhri

    Naris Fakri
    Mumbai: US-born actress Nargis Fakhri says she is still learning the ropes of making it big in Mumbai’s entertainment world, where people are “best friends” with a person till they have work. “Once a film is over the friendship is also over,” she rued.

  • Kejriwal launches road rallies by attacking Cong, BJP

    Moradabad: Seeking to broaden his appeal in Uttar Pradesh, AAP National Convener Arvind Kejriwal today attacked BJP and Congress, saying there will be no change in corruption and inflation even if Narendra Modi or Rahul Gandhi comes to power.

  • Domestic workers lowly paid in India on inequality: Economist

    New Delhi: Inequality is the cause of lower wages for domestic workers in India, and there is a need to ratify the ILO Domestic Workers Convention to guarantee decent and secure work to them, Jayati Ghosh, Professor of Economics, JNU said today.

  • Digvijay taunts Modi for lack of history knowledge

    Bhopal: Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh today took a potshot at the BJP’s Prime Ministerial nominee Narendra Modi for not knowing that freedom fighter Bhagat Singh had never been imprisoned on the Andamans.

  • UP will not take AAP seriously, says Congress

    New Delhi: As Aam Aadmi Party made its campaign debut in Uttar Pradesh today, Congress leader Ajay Maken said people of the state will not take the nascent party seriously seeing how it abdicated its responsibilities in the national capital.

  • TDP hits out at Congress over Central rule in Andhra Pradesh

    Hyderabad: Telugu Desam Party today launched a stinging attack on Congress over imposition of President’s rule in Andhra Pradesh, saying it showed “bankrupt politics” of the ruling party as the move was against all norms.

  • Time for Congress to decide on alliance: Lalu Prasad

    Patna: The responsibility of defeating communal forces is not of the Rashtriya Janata Dal alone, and it’s time for the Congress to decide on an alliance, RJD chief Lalu Prasad said Saturday.

  • Rajnath did not apologise over Gujarat riots: BJP

    Mumbai: BJP today said that party president Rajnath Singh had not apologised to Muslims for the 2002 post- Godhra riots in Gujarat, contrary to some media reports.

  • ​Maid murder: Court queries police about cover to key witnesses

    New Delhi: A court here today asked Delhi Police to apprise it about whether they have provided protection to the key witnesses in the murder case in which BSP MP Dhananjay Singh and his wife Jagriti Singh have been charge-sheeted.

  • ‘Gap widening between Muslims, advantaged sections in edu’

    Aligarh: The gap between Muslims and the advantaged sections of Indian society in the field of education has been widening since the 80s, according to a report presented at a seminar at Aligarh Muslim University.