Free Press Journal
  • Manipur High Court defers hearing on killing of three youths

    Imphal:  The Manipur High Court which was to begin hearing into the killing of three young men allegedly by personnel of 3 corp in 2010 when the present vi e-chief of the Army Staff Lt General Dalbir Dingh Suhah was its GOC, has deferred the hearing till May five.

  • NHRC issues notice to Bihar Govt. for lack of medical aid

    New Delh: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has taken suo motu cognizance of a media report that in the model Village Dharhara of Bihar a little girl died of diarrhea due to lack of basic medical facilities.

  • Bomb blast victim was set to tie nuptial knot

    Chennai:  In a cruel twist of fate, 22-year-old techie Swati fell victim to the twin bomb blasts on the Bangalore-Guwahati train just two months before she was to tie the nuptial knot.

  • Raheel Sharif

    Kashmir Pakistan’s ‘jugular vein’: army chief

    Islamabad: Pakistan Army chief Gen. Raheel Sharif has said Kashmir was Islamabad’s “jugular vein” and it was an international dispute over which UN resolutions existed, the media reported Thursday.

  • jairam ramesh

    Not in the game now, Congress eyes 2019 polls in Seemandhra

    Hyderabad: Certainly not in contention for power in Seemandhra, Congress sees the May 7 elections in this successor State of Andhra Pradesh as preparations for the 2019 polls even as it hinted that it may not be averse to taking former Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy back into its fold.

  • narendra modi

    UPA govt has insulted Telugu people, alleges Modi

    Madanapalle (AP): Invoking Telugu pride, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today alleged that the UPA government has insulted Telugu people often and divided Andhra Pradesh without taking people into confidence.

  • NIA team reaches Chennai blast site

    New Delhi: A National Investigation Agency (NIA) team has reached the site of the twin blasts in a train in Chennai and is investigating the case, a home ministry official said Thursday.

  • rajnath singh

    Rajnath wonders why Lalu Prasad is afraid of Congress

    Muzaffarpur: BJP president Rajnath Singh today wondered why was RJD chief Lalu Prasad ‘afraid’ of Congress and still supporting it despite knowing that it was responsible for price rise and rampant corruption.

  • Poll heat rises in Shimla hills

    Shimla: Normally full of revellers escaping from the searing summer heat elsewhere at this time of the year, the ‘Queen of Hill stations’ Shimla now is filled with anxious air as Lok Sabha polls enter the last leg with arch- rivals Congress and BJP locked in a pitched battle here.

  • DMK chief M Karunanidhi

    Train blasts could’ve been prevented: Karunanidhi

    Chennai: DMK president M. Karunanidhi Thursday condemned the twin bomb blasts on a train here and said the incident could have been prevented had only the state government taken proper action after the arrest of a Sri Lankan with links to Pakistan’s ISI.

  • Modi should send apology to EC: Chidambaram

    New Delhi: Narendra Modi should send an apology to the Election Commission after being “caught on the wrong foot” by the poll panel, Finance Minister P Chidambarm said today.

  • jaganmohan reddy

    Seemandhra face-off: It’s CM hopefuls Naidu vs Jaganmohan

    Vijayawada:  Lok Sabha and assembly polls on May 7 in Seemandhra seem to have narrowed down to a N Chandrababu Naidu versus Y S Jaganmohan Reddy fight, with the TDP chief seeking a comeback while the YSRC supremo is looking to expand his party’s footprint in the political arena.

  • AP security after chennai blast

    Security heightened at AP rly stns after Chennai bomb blasts

    Hyderabad: Security was today intensified at major railway stations across Andhra Pradesh in the wake of bomb explosions in a train at Chennai Railway station, Government Railway Police (GRP) said.

  • Security tightened in Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram: Security across Kerala has been tightened in view of the twin-blasts on board the Bangalore-Guwahati Express at Chennai Central station today, police said.

  • J. Jayalalithaa

    Chennai train blast: Jayalalithaa orders CB-CID probe

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa on Thursday condemned the twin blasts inside two coaches of the Bangalore-Guwahati Express at the Chennai Central Railway Station.

  • chennai blast

    Woman killed, 14 injured in bomb blasts on train

    Chennai: A woman was killed and 14 others injured, two of them critically, when two low-intensity bombs exploded in a span of five minutes on two coaches of the Bangalore-Guwahati train at the busy Central Railway station here today.

  • manmohan singh

    Chennai blasts: PM says it reflects desperation and cowardice

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today condemned the Chennai blasts, saying such “barbaric acts” highlight the “desperation and cowardice” of those responsible and asserted that no efforts would be spared in bringing the perpetrators to justice.