Free Press Journal
  • Modi, BJP spreading false propaganda on Gujarat: Bhushan

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Prashant Bhushan on Tuesday alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi are spreading false propaganda about the development in Gujarat, and added that the recent WikiLeaks clarification on Modi proves this point.

  • Forward Policy of Nehru govt blamed for 1962 debacle

    New Delhi:  The “Forward Policy” of the government under late Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the then army leadership has been blamed for India’s humiliating defeat in 1962 war against China in a top secret report accessed an Australian journalist.

  • Italian court bars India from encashing Agusta bank guarantee

    New Delhi: In a setback to India, an Italian court has barred it from encashing bank guarantees worth over Rs 2,360 crore of AgustaWestland as part of the penalties imposed after scrapping the scam-tainted Rs 3,600 crore VVIP chopper deal.

  • Gold, silver fall on stockists selling, global cues

    New Delhi: Gold prices declined by Rs 105 to Rs 30,725 per ten gram in the national capital today on stockists selling at prevailing higher levels, triggered by weak global trend.

  • New airborne GPS technology to predict hurricanes

    Washington: A new GPS system aboard airplanes can improve hurricane forecasting and weather models by detecting precise conditions in the atmosphere, scientists say.

  • No show of “materialism, nationalism” in Incheon: Games chief

    New Delhi: 2014 Incheon Asian Games will not compete with the big spending Guangzhou Asiad in terms of big budget but deliver an “economical and effective” multi-sporting event, its organising committee chief said today.

  • Jindal lodges complaint with EC against two news channels

    New Delhi: Congress MP and chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Naveen Jindal today lodged a complaint with the Election Commission against two news channels belonging to a group for allegedly telecasting false news against him.

  • 35 held for violence as CISF men taken off duty in mine II

    Cuddalore (TN): A day after violence rocked the lignite town of Neyveli following killing of a man in firing by a CISF constable, the central force was temporarily taken off duty in Mine II of NLC complex even as the one-day strike by over 20,000 employees hit mining activities today.

  • SAT adjourns hearing on RIL-Sebi case to April 16

    Mumbai: The Securities Appellate Tribunal adjourned the hearing in the insider-trading case against Reliance Industries to April 16 as the company’s senior counsel could not make it today.

  • BJP ally RLSP announces candidates for two Bihar seats

    Patna: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s ally in Bihar, the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP), Tuesday announced candidates for two of the 3 seats it is contesting in the Lok Sabha polls in the state.

  • First report of India-China joint climate study released

    Beijing: Facing similar challenges in dealing with rising pollution levels in their top cities, India and China today released for the first time a joint report to address the issues of climate change, providing practical recommendations for greater bilateral cooperation.

  • NCP office bearer shot at in Thane

    Thane: A local NCP leader was today shot at by four unidentified persons in Badlapur town here, leaving him seriously injured, police said.

  • Thai government lifts emergency

    Bangkok: Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today lifted a nearly two-month-old emergency in Bangkok and surrounding areas and replaced it with a security law after political violence against her government eased.