Free Press Journal
  • IIM- I forcing students to give false statements to police!

    Indore The stage collapse incident took place at Indian Institute of Management Indore on Saturday last week has snowballed with police registering an FIR against Janta Tent House owner, who setup the ill- fated stage, on the complaint of an injured student and another student claiming that she had heard her fellow batch mates are being forced by the institute to give false statements to the police over the incident.

  • Rahul must personally apply for domicile in Amethi

    Lucknow: Turning down an application moved by a local leader on behalf of Rahul Gandhi for a domicile certificate from Amethi, district authorities said the Congress vice president will have to personally make the request.

  • Lost jet: ‘Most difficult search in history’ continues

    Perth: The search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 ended for the day Thursday with no sightings made in the search area in the southern Indian Ocean yet again and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the search operation is “the most difficult in human history”.

  • Pakistan Taliban divided over continuation of ceasefire

    Peshawar: The banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) seems split on whether or not to extend the ceasefire with one faction claiming that they will launch attacks soon while another saying a formal decision is yet to be made.

  • Jindal slams Obamacare law, says it should be repealed

    Washington: President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law should be “repealed”, Indian-American Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has said as he unveiled his own proposal that he claimed would provide better coverage for uninsured Americans.

  • AAP Activists Accused Of Creating Ruckus During Press Meet

    Kejriwal asks Delhi supporters to help in Varanasi, Amethi

    New Delhi: AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal Thursday appealed to his supporters in Delhi, where his party was born and where he was chief minister for 49 days, to come to Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi and Amethi constituencies for campaigning with him to defeat BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi.

  • DP probe will be hampered if IM men’s custody given to NIA: Court

    New Delhi: Delhi Police was given preference over NIA to quiz Indian Mujahideen (IM) men Tehsin Akhtar and Zia-ur-Rehman alias Waqas by a court here as the continuity in the probe done by the local cops, who caught them, would have been broken if they were handed over to the federal agency.

  • We are not punishing Roy: SC

    New Delhi: As Sahara group chief Subrata Roy’s stay in Tihar Jail continued, the Supreme Court today appeared unrelenting saying that its order sending him and two company directors to custody is not a punishment and that the matter of contempt will be dealt with separately.

  • Top IM men developed friendship at school, claims Delhi Police

    New Delhi: The childhood friendship which developed during the school days between top IM operatives Asadullah Akhtar and Mohd Atif Ameen played a major role in the 2008 serial blasts here, a Delhi court was told today.

  • 71 percent Mizoram refugees in Tripura cast postal ballot

    Agartala/Aizawl: Around 71 percent tribal refugee voters, living in Tripura for the past 17 years after fleeing their villages in Mizoram, have voted by postal ballot for the Lok Sabha election in their parent state, officials said Thursday.

  • SC clean chit to Gujarat Minister in murder case

    New Delhi: Babubhai Bhimabhai Bokhiria, a senior minister in the Narendra Modi government in Gujarat, today got a clean chit in a murder case from the Supreme Court which discharged him from standing trial.

  • BJP to connect voters at booth level April 6 onward

    New Delhi: In a bid to connect to the electorate at booth level, BJP will launch a door-to-door programme on April 6 to apprise them about party’s Lok Sabha candidates and manifesto.

  • Kejriwal lashes out at Congress and BJP for rampant corruption

    Lucknow: Aam Aadmi party chief Arvind Kejriwal, lashed out at the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party for the prevalent corruption in Delhi and said that his 49-day rule was better than the 65 years of governance by both the leading parties.

  • CBI to examine Ratan Tata and Cyrus Mistry of Tata Sons

    New Delhi: CBI will examine Tata Sons’ former Chairman Ratan Tata and its current Chief Cyrus Mistry in connection with the agency’s ongoing preliminary enquiries relating to intercepted communications of corporate lobbyist Niira Radia.

  • Dimple’s assets worth Rs 7.92 crore

    Kannauj: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s wife and local MP Dimple Yadav has total assets worth Rs 7.92 crore while her husband has assets of over Rs 16 crore.

  • Combat crony capitalism with greater transparency: CII chief

    New Delhi: Admitting that there are “black sheeps” in India, new CII President Ajay Shriram today said the best way to deal with crony capitalism is to introduce transparency and reduce discretionary power.