Free Press Journal
  • Gadkari meets Raj Thackeray

    Mumbai: In what could create fissures in  the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance, former BJP president Nitin Gadkari today met the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray at a hotel here.

  • Thomas’ decision not an embarrassment to govt: Cong

    New Delhi: Congress today put a brave face on former Supreme Court Judge K T Thomas turning down the offer to head the Lokpal search committee, days after jurist Fali Nariman opted out of panel.

  • Esther case cracked; history-sheeter arrested

    Mumbai: Nearly two months after Hyderabad techie Esther Anuhya went missing and was found murdered here, Mumbai Police today claimed to have cracked the case with the arrest of a proclaimed offender, who allegedly made a failed attempt to rape the victim but later burnt her body partially.

  • Modi Raj will be like Ram Rajya: Naqvi

    Jaipur: The upcoming Lok Sabha elections will be fought on the issue of nation-building and not on questions related to ‘mandir’ and ‘masjid’, BJP Vice-President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said today even as he equated “Modi Raj” with ‘Ram Rajya’.

  • Nod for Jat quota despite opposition by NCBC

    New Delhi: The nod for reservation for Jat community in the central list of OBCs in nine states has been given despite the National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC) opposing such a move.

  • Sushma demands Central aid for Madhya Pradesh farmers

    Harda (MP): Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj today demanded that the Centre provide adequate assistance to the rain/hailstorm-hit farmers of Madhya Pradesh.

  • Jiah’s mom moves HC again for SIT probe, says she was killed

    Mumbai:  Rabia Khan, mother of late actor Jiah Khan, has moved the Bombay High Court once again alleging that her daughter was murdered and had not committed suicide and sought transfer of probe to a Special Investigating Team.

  • Loss on diesel sales rises marginally to Rs 8.37 a litre

    New Delhi: The loss on diesel sales has inched up marginally to Rs 8.37 a litre even as a surge in international oil rates and a weakening rupee wiped out gains from a 50 paise increase in the price of the fuel.

  • ISB gets 19% more offers;Tech,consulting largest recruiters

    Mohali:  Technology, Consulting and E-Commerce companies were the largest recruiters at the Indian School of Business (ISB) as its students received 19 per cent more job offers as compared to last year.

  • HC refuses to extend bail of Congress leader Rasheed Masood

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today refused to extend the interim bail, granted on medical grounds, to Congress leader Rasheed Masood in a graft case relating to admission of undeserving students in MBBS course in 1990-91.

  • Amid suspense over alliance, Lalu hits campaign trail

    Nawada: As the issue of alliance with Congress lingered, RJD President Lalu Prasad today hit the  poll campaign of his party for the general elections and gave a clarion call to defeat the “communal” forces.