Free Press Journal
  • Choice not limited to UPA or NDA only, says TRS

    Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samiti today said the choice for it is not essentially limited to NDA and UPA government after the elections, indicating that it may sail with the third front even as it kept its options open.

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    Pak: Hamid Mir appears before panel probing attack on him

    Karachi: Senior Pakistani TV journalist Hamid Mir, confined to a wheelchair after surviving an assassination attempt, today recorded his statement before a judicial commission probing the attack on him.

  • Asthma may lead to bone loss: Study

    New York: People suffering from asthma may be more prone to bone loss as researchers have now discovered links between asthma and a decrease in bone mineral density.

  • Modi lying, never had friendship with him: Ahmed Patel

    New Delhi: The controversy over Narendra Modi’s interview to Doordarshan intensified today with Sonia Gandhi’s political aide Ahmed Patel refuting the BJP’s PM candidate’s claims of closeness between them, saying the remarks were “baseless” and “a complete lie”.

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    Toll rises to 12 in Nigerian bomb attack

    Abuja: The Nigerian police said Friday that the toll in an explosion on the outskirts of capital Abuja has risen to 12.

  • Divij, Raja out of Portugal Open

    Oeiras (Portugal): India’s challenge ended at the Portugal Open in the men’s events with Divij Sharan and Purav Raja going down against top seeds Pablo Cuevas and David Marrero in the doubles quarterfinals, here.

  • Man burnt to death in slum fire

    Bhubaneswar: A man was burnt to death and about a hundred shanties were reduced to ashes when a fire broke out in a slum in Odisha capital Bhubaneswar on Friday, police said.

  • NATO official: Russia undermining global security

    Washington: The United States and some of its NATO allies see Russia’s intervention in Ukraine as a post-Cold War turning point, possibly ending two decades of hope that Moscow could be made a lasting security partner. NATO’s deputy secretary general, Alexander Vershbow, said that the alliance is compelled to view Russia as an adversary in light of its annexation of Crimea and its apparent efforts to further destabilise eastern Ukraine.

  • Judge for Guj snoopgate to be announced before May 16: Govt

    Shimla: The government today said that a judge will be appointed to conduct probe into Gujarat ‘snoopgate’ before counting of votes in Lok Sabha polls and rubbished BJP leader Arun Jaitley’s claim that no judge will “lend” himself to the “political and malafide” exercise targeting Narendra Modi.

  • Ponzi scheme victims block suburban train movements

    Kolkata: Hundreds of people affected by the various Ponzi schemes floated by dubious financial firms today blocked suburban train movements along major routes of Sealdah north and south divisions.

  • Rwandan envoy, students organise ceremony against genocide

    Vadodara: High Commissioner of Rwanda to India, Ernest Rwamucyo today participated in ‘Kwibuka20’, organised by Rwandan students along with their Indian counterparts at an educational institute here, in the memory of the genocide against the Tutsi in 1994.


    Air France crash expert brought in to help find MH370

    Sydney: French Aviation Accident Investigation Bureau president Jean-Paul Troadec has been brought in for his expertise in search for missing Malaysia Airlines’ flight MH370.

  • One person charred to death

    Bhubaneswar: One person was charred to death and over 70 houses were gutted when a fire broke out in a slum cluster in Unit-IV area here today.

  • Tribal dominated Narmada district records 80.76 pc voting

    Vadodara: Tribal-dominated Narmada district has recorded 80.76 per cent of voting during Lok Sabha elections held in Gujarat on April 30, Narmada district collector Rakesh Shankar said here today.

  • Chinese kindergarten principal sacked for child sex abuse

    Beijing: A Chinese kindergarten principal and an education official were dismissed over a child sex abuse scandal in northwestern Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, the latest in a slew of such cases in China.

  • Cash causes couples to lie more than any other subject

    London: One in seven people have admitted financially cheating on their partner by hiding credit card bills, under-estimating salaries and refusing to tell them how much they have spent, according to a survey.