Free Press Journal
  • Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi at Election Campaign

    Cong debating idea of ‘enlarged’ UPA-III to stop Modi

    New Delhi: Unfazed by exit polls projecting a dismal performance by it, Congress is still seeing a chance for it to keep out NDA and form the next government with the help of secular parties.

  • Women kidnappers arrested, child rescued in Delhi

    New Delhi: Two women who kidnapped a four-year-old boy to “sell” him to a couple have been arrested, police said Wednesday. The abducted child was rescued within 12 hours.

  • Delhi policemen apprehensive while dealing with juveniles

    New Delhi: All the Delhi policemen designated as Juvenile Welfare Officers (JWOs) at every police station in the capital are apprehensive while handling cases of juveniles who are in conflict with law.

  • High Court notice to govt on illegal kidney trade in Cuttack

    Cuttack: Taking suo motu cognisance of media reports of illegal business in body organs, the Orissa High Court today issued notice to the state government asking it to file details about the alleged removal of a kidney of a poor woman here in exchange for money.

  • manish tewari

    Discussions within the BJP, a mere conjecture: Congress

    New Delhi: Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Manish Tewari, termed that the discussions within the BJP over what roles will be given to their senior leaders as mere conjecture of the BJP and refused to be drawn into it.

  • BJD, AIADMK keeping options open on support

    Chennai: BJD and AIADMK today appeared to be keeping their options open on helping NDA form the government amidst BJP’s signals that it would welcome support from anybody in the national interest.

  • Nine killed in bus-jeep collision, 27 hurt

    Panna (MP): Nine persons were killed and 27 others injured today in a collision between a vehicle ferrying a marriage party and a bus near Aama Jod here.

  • Geelani rejects Lambah’s suggestions

    Srinagar: Rejecting the statement of Prime Minister’s special envoy S K Lambah that there can be no redrawing of borders between India and Pakistan, Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani today said the people of Kashmir will not accept any solution which goes against their wishes.

  • Akali-BJP may resort to mischief during counting: Amarinder

    Amritsar: Congress candidate from Amritsar Lok Sabha seat Amarinder Singh today cautioned the Election Commission against possible “mischief” by BJP-Akali leaders during the counting of votes on May 16.

  • anand sharma

    Sharma thanks USTR, WTO and IMF chiefs for supporting India

    New Delhi: Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma has written farewell letters to United States Trade Representative and chiefs of WTO and IMF thanking them for extending support to India at multi-lateral forums.

  • SAI backs IOA on plan to bid for 2019 Asian Games

    New Delhi: Sports Authority of India today backed the IOA on its plan to bid for the 2019 Asian Games here, saying that the country has the infrastructure to stage the multi-sporting event which is now without a host venue after Vietnam capital Hanoi’s withdrawal.

  • Sunrisers Hyderabad Players at Ground

    Powerful Punjab pull off another easy win

    Hyderabad: Kings XI Punjab once again showed their batting might as the table-toppers chased down another 200-plus run target to comfortably beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by six wickets in an IPL match here today.

  • NPCIL dismisses reports of blast at Kudankulam plant

    Chennai: Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) today dismissed reports about blast or steam pipe leak at the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, saying there was only “an incident of hot water spillage” in which six persons were injured.

  • New gas rates to be applicable from Apr 1: RIL to buyers

    New Delhi: Forced to sell gas at rates that have long expired, Reliance Industries has categorically told buyers of its KG-D6 gas that new rates as and when approved, will apply from April 1.

  • Candidate polishes shoes to pay back loan for contesting polls

    Madhubani (Bihar): An Independent candidate from the Jhanjharpur constituency is working overtime by mending and polishing shoes to pay back the money he had borrowed from native villagers to contest the recently-concluded Lok Sabha elections.

  • Hasan Ali Khan case may end in a whimper

    New Delhi: The high-profile case of alleged tax evasion and money laundering against Pune-based stud farm owner Hasan Ali Khan is turning out to be a damp squib as the government is said to have come to a conclusion that probe agencies do not have enough evidence to nail him on the charge of having stashed away a huge amount of black money abroad.