Free Press Journal
  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Kejriwal meets LG

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal today met Lt Governor Najeeb Jung amid demand by a section of AAP MLAs to explore the possibility of formation of government again by the party.

  • Arunachal CM Tuki signs Lokayukta Bill

    Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has signed into law the Lokayukta Bill which the state Assembly had passed in March.

  • Tendulkar pays a surprise visit to WC-bound hockey team

    New Delhi: Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar today paid a surprise visit to the World Cup-bound Indian hockey team here and gave the players a pep talk ahead of the side’s departure for the quadrennial event to be held at The Hague, Netherlands from May 31 to June 15.

  • Sensex closes flat; metal stocks gain

    Mumbai: A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Tuesday closed flat – up only 13.83 points, 0.06 percent – even as metal, consumer durables, information technology (IT) scrips gained.

  • Road accident victim’s family gets over Rs 14 L compensation

    New Delhi: A Motor Accident Claims Tribunal has awarded over Rs 14 lakh compensation to the family members of a 25-year-old woman who was run over by a speeding truck driven by a “negligent” driver in 2007.

  • Bank of Baroda stock falls on deletion from MSCI indices

    Mumbai: Shares of Bank of Baroda today fell by over 3 per cent after Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) said it will remove the stock from its global standard indices from June 2.

  • Don’t think Spain have quality to win this World Cup: Figo

    London: Football legend Luis Figo says defending champions Spain “don’t have the quality” to retain the crown in the upcoming FIFA World Cup, instead he puts his money on hosts Brazil for a record sixth title.

  • pervez musharraf

    Pak court summons Musharraf in Bugti murder case

    Islamabad: A Pakistani anti-terrorist court has ordered former military dictator Pervez Musharraf to personally appear at the next hearing in the murder case of Baloch tribal leader Akbar Bugti, an official said today.

  • Former Interpol pres says gamblers will try to fix World Cup

    London: The global scrutiny on World Cup will not deter match fixers from attempting to fix matches at the world’s biggest football tournament, Senior deputy secretary of home affairs for Singapore, Khoo Boon Hui has said.

  • Modi bows as he enters Parliament for first time

    New Delhi: As he stepped into Parliament for the first time, Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi today bowed, with his forehead touching the stairs, to register his high respect for the “temple of democracy” .

  • nitish kumar

    ‘Had Nitish stayed with NDA, he wouldn’t have faced defeat’

    Mumbai: Terming Nitish Kumar’s resignation as the Chief Minister of Bihar after the party’s poll debacle, as mere ‘nautanki'(drama), Shiv Sena today said that had he been with the NDA, his party would not have faced such a humiliation.

  • Modi breaks down

    New Delhi: Narendra Modi, generally perceived as a “strong” leader, turned emotional and broke down today as he welcomed his election as the leader of the BJP Parliamentary Party.

  • India to play for pride against Germany

    New Delhi: Though Indian men shuttlers have lost their chance of making the Thomas Cup quarterfinals, they will be fighting for pride in their last Group C tie against Germany Wednesday.

  • Four killed in Russia train collision

    Moscow: At least four people were killed and 15 injured Tuesday when a passenger train and a goods train collided on the outskirts of Moscow, a police source said.