Free Press Journal
  • Chinese ship in latest glitch in MH370 search mission

    Sydney: A Chinese ship mapping the ocean floor ahead of an intensive underwater search for missing Flight MH370 was returning to port today due to a technical problem, officials said.

  • Rajasthan Governor bereaved

    Jaipur:Rajasthan Governor Margaret Alva’s brother John Nazareth died today at a hospital where he was admitted after he met with an accident outside Raj Bhawan last week rpt week.

  • Rahul meets family of Badaun gangrape victims

    Badaun (UP): Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today visited the village of the two dalit sisters, who were gangraped and murdered here, and met their family members as they pressed for a CBI probe and refused to take any compensation, demanding justice for their girls.

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    Rahul Gandhi meets family of gang rape victims in Badaun

    Badaun, (Uttar Pradesh): Following the huge outrage over the gang rape and murder of two Dalit sisters in Badaun, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi met the family of the victims here today.

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    Focus on fulfilling promises made to people: Modi to BJP

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday told Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) general secretaries that the primary focus of the government and party should be on fulfilling the promises made to people during the elections.

  • Rampaging Kings seek IPL glory, resilient KKR stand in way

    Bangalore: The focus has remained firmly on cricket this time around and in what seems to be the perfect finale, the season’s most consistent team Kings XI Punjab would eye a maiden triumph against the ever-resilient Kolkata Knight Riders in the title clash of the seventh Indian Premier League here tomorrow.

  • Three killed as tree falls on house

    Barabanki:  Three sisters were killed and their mother injured when a tree fell on their house due to thunderstorm in Tikaitnagar area here, police said today.

  • Say no to tobacco for healthier India: Modi

    New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday called for spreading awareness on the risks of tobacco consumption and also to lay the foundation of a healthier India by saying no to it on World No Tobacco Day.

  • Lioness rescued from well

    Vadodara: A lioness was rescued from a well near a village in Gir Somnath district this morning by a team of Gujarat Forest Department officials.

  • Five sentenced to life for murder

    Hisar:  A local Court has awarded life imprisonment to five persons for killing a man in 2009.

  • Two teenagers crushed to death in Jammu

    Jammu:  Two teenage brothers, riding on a two-wheeler were crushed to death by a speeding vehicle here in the wee hours today.

  • Situation of Bengal worse than it was under Left regime: BJP

    Kolkata:   BJP today alleged that the law and order situation in West Bengal was worse than it was under the Left rule as its team reached the state to assess the situation following attack on party workers allegedly by ruling Trinamool Congress activists in North 24-Parganas.

  • IT firm Persistent expands Goa centre

    Panaji:  Persistent Systems has expanded its Goa facility which the software firm said will increase employee intake capacity multi-fold and boost growth.

  • Badaun gangrape more gruesome than Dec 16 incident: Family

    Badaun:  Family members of the two teenage cousin Dalit sisters who were gangraped and hanged, today termed the incident as more gruesome than December 16 gangrape case and demanded that the accused should be hanged publicly.

  • Barack Obama vows to never dye his hair

    Washington: Barack Obama revealed on ABC’s ‘Live with Kelly and Michael’ that neither has he dyed his hair nor neither does he intend to.