Free Press Journal
  • AP: Burnt cash found in car with Cong leader’s sticker

    Hyderabad: Burnt currency notes in denominations of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 were found in an abandoned vehicle bearing a sticker of a Congress leader from Telangana on the outskirt of Suryapet town in Nalgonda district today, police said.

  • Bihar will ensure my victory come May 16th, claims Modi

    Samastipur (Bihar): Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Wednesday exuded confidence that the land of Bihar is going to ensure his win come May the 16th. He also thanked god for his sheer luck of getting saved when a blast took place in his Patna rally in October last year.

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    Political storm over Modi’s controversial selfie flashing Lotus

    New Delhi: Opposition leaders created a storm over Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s controversial selfie and flashing of the party symbol after casting his ballot in Ahmedabad.

  • CBI arrests top Shipping Ministry official for accepting bribe

    Chennai: A senior official of the Directorate of Lighthouses and Lightships, under the Shipping Ministry, was arrested by CBI’s Anti-Corruption Branch sleuths here while allegedly accepting kickbacks from a contractor.

  • NASA rover set for third drill on Mars

    Washington: NASA’s Curiosity rover is set to carry out its third-ever drilling into a rock on Mars to collect samples for analysis that may provide clues about life on the red planet.

  • Embedded microscopes to reduce animal use in research

    London:  Scientists in the UK are aiming to implant a tiny microscope into a rat that could monitor cellular changes and reduce the number of animals used in medical research.

  • Digvijaya Singh, TV anchor admit relationship on Twitter

    New Delhi: Twitter was abuzz Wednesday with the affair between senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh and TV anchor Amrita Rai after the two acknowledged their relationship on the social media platform and announced their impending marriage.

  • Laden’s assassination ‘a sense of justice’ to Americans

    Berlin: As the third anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s assassination nears, social psychology researchers are contemplating whether his death has placated the vengeful desires of the Americans in the aftermath of 9/11.

  • Why Modi is silent on Ramdev’s controversial remarks: Cong

    New Delhi: Questioning the “silence” of Narendra Modi over Ramdev’s controversial remarks against Rahul Gandhi, Congress today wondered whether the BJP PM candidate was justifying the insult of dalits by the Yoga guru.

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    Mend your ways: BJP to Pak after attack on Modi

    New Delhi: BJP today slammed Pakistan for attacking Narendra Modi and asked it to “mend” its ways, saying the “manner” in which they have been functioning with India “will not work”.

  • Over 20 per cent polling till 3 pm in Srinagar

    Srinagar:  Over 20 per cent of the 12 lakh electorate exercised their franchise in the Srinagar Parliamentary constituency till 3 pm today as voting remained here sluggish in the wake of the separatists’ call for boycott of the elections.

  • Violence against women in politics rampant in South Asia

    New Delhi: Violence against women in politics is rampant in South Asia, according to a recent study conducted by the Centre for Social Research & UN Women in India, Nepal and Pakistan.

  • One killed, more than 1400 houses damaged in Agartala cyclone

    Agartala: A tribal woman died, around 1,450 houses damaged and several people were displaced from their homes after a cyclone accompanied by hail storms struck two districts of Tripura, official sources said today.

  • Using luxury items you do not own dampens mood

    London: What makes you feel more happy: Your affluent buddy allows you to take that box of foreign-brand chocolates home or just lets you taste one when you visit his/her place?

  • China, India discuss PLA incursions, CBMs during border talks

    Beijing:  China and India today concluded their working mechanism border talks during which they discussed recent incursions by Chinese troops in the western sector, implementation of the boundary pact and additional confidence building measures.

  • NCW issues notice to Ramdev

    New Delhi: The National Commission for Women has issued a notice to yoga guru Baba Ramdev for his ‘honeymoon remarks’ against Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi that has triggered a major controversy.