Free Press Journal
  • 3 cops accused of custodial assault sent to police lines

    New Delhi: Three Delhi Police personnel, accused of assaulting four persons arrested in connection with a group clash in South Delhi’s R K Puram police station area, have been sent to police lines and a departmental enquiry ordered against them following protest by locals.

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    Flipkart aims to create better-equipped and strong seller base

    New Delhi: Aiming to cash-in on the growing Internet penetration and maturing online userbase in India, homegrown online marketplace giant Flipkart has embarked on an ambitious programme to help sellers enhance service offerings as well as expand its reach across the country.

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    DSS stages protest against Baba Ramdev

    Mangalore: Karnataka Dalita Sangharsha Samiti (DSS) today staged a protest against yoga guru Baba Ramdev for his recent alleged anti-Dalit remarks aimed at Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi.

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    Amit Shah a terrorist : Lalu

    Patna: Attacking Narendra Modi’s close confidant and former Gujarat Minister of State for Home Affairs Amit Shah over his Azamgarh comment, RJD President Lalu Prasad today called him a ‘terrorist’.

  • Heavy rains lash parts of Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram: Torrential rains, accompanied by strong winds, triggered by a low pressure over Kanyakumari area, lashed parts of Kerala, especially the capital city and suburbs today.

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    Moody’s says considering downgrading Deutsche Bank

    Frankfurt: The international credit rating agency Moody’s said today it has placed the long-term debt and deposit rating of Deutsche Bank, Germany’s biggest bank, on review for possible downgrade.

  • Repoll in three polling stations of Karimganj tomorrow

    Guwahati: Election Commission has ordered repolling in three polling stations under Assam’s Karimganj parliamentary constituency tomorrow following reports of alleged electoral malpractices by poll officials.

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    Nitish govt’s days are numbered: BJP

    Patna: The days of the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar were numbered, BJP today said, claiming that more than 50 JD(U) MLAs were in touch with the party and worked for its candidates in the Lok Sabha polls, triggering an angry reaction from the ruling party.

  • CA planning to launch women’s Big Bash League in 2015-16 season

    Sydney: Cricket Australia (CA) is reportedly planning to launch a women’s Big Bash League (BBL) in the 2015-16 season, boosted by fresh impetus due to the recent success of the national women’s team, the Southern Stars.

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    Cong doesn’t want to give impression of vendetta on snoopgate

    New Delhi: Congress today said the Government dropped its move to name a judge to head the commission set up to probe ‘snoopgate’, as it did not want to give an impression of political vendetta to go around as suggested by the allies.

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    Cong targets Modi over press freedom

    New Delhi: Congress today charged Narendra Modi with destroying media freedom in Gujarat and questioned his promise of ridding politics of criminals when he “embraces” accused like Amit Shah and Babubhai Bukharia.

  • China, India may come closer if Modi becomes PM: Chinese daily

    Beijing: China and India may come closer if BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi comes to power but his victory could upset the US and western powers, an article in an influential state-run Chinese daily said today.

  • UK non-white minority to double by 2050: Study

    ondon: Britain’s ethnic minority population, including from India, is set to double in numbers to make up nearly a third of the country by 2050, radically changing the face of the country, a new study said today.

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    Trying to bowl in good areas and mix up deliveries: Jadeja

    New Delhi: Ravindra Jadeja has been consistently performing with the ball for Chennai Super Kings, and the all-rounder says his mantra to success is to bowl in good areas and mix up the deliveries.

  • Attack toll rises to 36, curfew relaxed in BTAD

    Guwahati: Two more bodies were found in trouble-torn districts of Assam, taking the toll in the mayhem unleashed by ultras there to 36, even as the curfew clamped in the area was relaxed today as no fresh violence was reported from anywhere.

  • JSP nominees quit race ahead of Assembly, LS polls tomorrow

    Hyderabad: Candidates of Jai Samaikyaandhra Party are withdrawing from the poll race ahead of the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in Seemandhra tomorrow, a move which is likely to go in favour of the TDP.

  • I was harassed for being Pandey: Poonam Pandey

    Mumbai: Controversy queen Poonam Pandey, who says she was rudely questioned by Mumbai cops for allegedly “misbehaving” with a man in her car here, insists her surname goes against her image.