Free Press Journal
  • Protein

    Go for protein-rich breakfast for a healthy day

    New York: Start your day with a high-protein breakfast to better control hunger, improve appetite ratings and consume fewer calories during lunch, a study suggested.

  • BJP defeats Cong in tight contest in South Delhi Mayor polls

    New Delhi: In a photo-finish, BJP councillor Khushi Ram today defeated his Congress rival Dharamveer Singh by one vote to become South Delhi Mayor as MP Sandeep Dikshit failed to exercise his franchise, leaving his party red faced.
    The nail-biting contest saw Ram garnering a total of 52 votes out of 104 votes polled, against Congress’ 51. Dikshit, Congress’ East Delhi MP could not vote as he reached after the polling was over.

  • Two doctors to pay Rs 17 L for negligence in baby’s delivery

    New Delhi: A Noida-based private maternity care centre along with its two doctors have been directed by the apex consumer commission to pay a compensation of Rs 17 lakh for “negligence” while delivering a baby who became permanently disabled.

  • ‘Netaji Research Bureau has become Trinamool’s political tool’

    Kolkata: A section of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s family which has been campaigning for the declassification of secret files on him, Tuesday alleged the Netaji Research Bureau (NRB) – the oldest such centre in the country – had become a political tool in the hands of the ruling Trinamool Congress.

  • War of photos: BJP brings out picture of Rahul with an accused

    New Delhi: In an intensification of ‘war of photographs’, BJP today came out with a picture which purportedly shows Rahul Gandhi riding pillion on a motor cycle with one Asif Billa, an alleged history sheeter of Rajasthan.

  • Music teacher allegedly molests five girls

    New Delhi: A 38-year-old music teacher of a government school in Northwest Delhi’s Jahangirpuri was arrested here today for allegedly molesting five girls of the institution while 18 men and five women were also arrested after a protest over the issue turned violent.

  • 3G roaming pacts upheld; Rs 1,200 cr fine on 3 telcos quashed

    New Delhi: In a relief to Airtel, Vodafone and Idea, telecom tribunal TDSAT today overturned a government ban on offering 3G mobile services beyond their licensed zones through roaming pacts saying it was in national interest to allow better utilisation of scarce radio frequency.

  • BJP reacts sharply to PC comparing Modi with Hitler, Mussolini

    New Delhi: BJP today reacted sharply to Finance Minister P Chidambaram’s comparison of Narendra Modi with Hitler and Mussolini, alleging if there was any leader who had practiced their policies it was Indira Gandhi who imposed Emergency and suspended fundamental rights.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi invokes Kargil martyr’s slogan, lands in a row

    Mandi: BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today landed in a controversy when he invoked invoked a Kargil martyr’s slogan to pitch for 300 seats for NDA, a statement that was disapproved by the soldier’s family and attacked by political rivals.

  • China to explore new ‘approach’ for border peace with India

    Beijing: China today said it is ready to explore new “ways and approaches” with India for peace at the borders as officials of the two countries held working mechanism border talks for the second day here today.

  • Join hands for a better tomorrow: President to Manipuri youth

    Canchipur (Manipur): Asserting that societies flourish only in an “atmosphere free from violence”, President Pranab Mukherjee Tuesday asked the youth from Manipur to “join hands” with the rest of India in “forging the future of the nation”.

  • 120,000 security personnel deployed for polling in Telangana

    Hyderabad: As many as 120,000 security personnel – the highest-ever – have been deployed as part of the tight security arrangements for the first phase of Andhra Pradesh assembly and Lok Sabha elections scheduled Wednesday, said the officials.

  • Assess water diversion to thermal plants: Greenpeace to Maha

    Mumbai: Asking Maharashtra government to take the weak monsoon forecast and low reservoir levels in the state seriously, NGO Greenpeace today demanded urgent assessment of water diversion to thermal power plants.