Free Press Journal
  • Sanjeev Maheshwari among 7 acquitted in murder case

    Muzaffarnagar: A local court has acquitted Sanjeev Maheshwari, an accused in BJP MLA Kirshnanand Rai murder case, and six others in connection with the killing of a property dealer due to lack of evidence after all eyewitnesses turned hostile during the trial.

  • Suspected thieves face vigilante action in Goa

    Panaji:  Suspected of stealing mobile phones, two youngsters in a Goa village faced brutal vigilante action at the hands of villagers, a media report said.

  • HRD minister appeals to DU VC to reinstate officials

    New Delhi:  HRD Minister Smriti Irani Saturday appealed to the Delhi University vice chancellor Dinesh Singh to reinstate the five officials suspended for allegedly leaking documents related to her educational qualifications.

  • New insight may treat depression better

    Washington:  Do you know why some people find it difficult to cope with stress and, as a result, develop depression and other mood disorders? That could be due to the mechanism of a small group of neurons, reveals a new study.

  • Mizoram RS election on June 19

    Aizawl:  Election to the lone Mizoram Rajya Sabha seat would be held on June 19, state assembly secretariat officials today said.

  • HC allows Pak singer Adnan Sami to go abroad for concert

    Mumbai:  The Bombay High Court has allowed Pakistani singer Adnan Sami, locked in a legal battle with his former wife Sabah Galadari, to visit Australia in July for a concert but pulled him up for failing to comply with its earlier orders of furnishing sureties.

  • US President Barack Obama To Visit Native American Reservation

    Obama to meet Ukraine’s Poroshenko in Poland: US official

    Washington:  US President Barack Obama will meet Ukrainian president-elect Petro Poroshenko in Poland next week, during a European tour dedicated to shoring up regional security amid the worst East-West crisis in years.

  • Pervez Musharraf

    Musharraf advised complete bed rest by doctors

    Islamabad: Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf has been advised complete bed rest by the medical board treating him for his spinal cord problems.

  • Smriti Irani

    HRD Minister Irani seeks revocation of suspension of DU staff

    New Delhi:  HRD Minister Smriti Irani today asked Delhi University to “reinstate” five non-teaching staff members, who were suspended for allegedly leaking purported documents relating to her undergraduate admission and admit card following a row over her educational qualifications.

  • Food aid for 30,000 people in Syria: UN

    United Nations:  The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said a 15-truck convoy delivered food aid for 30,000 people in opposition-held areas of Syria.

  • Two forest guards assaulted by thieves

    Thane: Two forest guards who were on patrolling duty in Sahapur near here were assaulted by thieves engaged in wood cutting, police said today.

  • Top US diplomat to travel to India next week

    Washington:  Nisha Desai Biswal, the Obama administration’s point person for South and Central Asia, will travel to India next week to hold talks with officials of the new government on a series of bilateral and regional issues.