Free Press Journal
  • Uddhav Thackeray Seeks CBI Inquiry Into Gopinath Munde’s Accident

    Uddhav seeks CBI inquiry into Munde’s accident

    Parli(Mah): Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray today said a CBI inquiry should be conducted into Union minister Gopinath Munde’s accidental death as demanded by his supporters.

  • Wildman Gulbis, jokerman Djokovic collide in Paris

    Paris:  The two worlds of Latvian wildman Ernests Gulbis and Serb joker Novak Djokovic collide at Roland Garros on Friday with a place in the French Open final at stake.

  • Mohan Bhagwat

    RSS chief escapes unhurt in road accident

    New Delhi: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat escaped unhurt after his car was hit by his security escort vehicle in Delhi today while he was on his way to the airport.

  • Cook says run-out row will ‘spice’ up England-Sri Lanka Tests

    Birmingham: England captain Alastair Cook said he expected the controversial run out of Jos Buttler during the fifth one-day international against Sri Lanka to “spice up” the forthcoming Test series between the teams.

  • Four-star Brazil stroll against Panama

    Goiania (Brazil): World Cup hosts Brazil strolled to a 4-0 win over Panama in their penultimate warm-up, with goals from Neymar, Daniel Alves, Hulk and Willian securing the win which barely satisfied their coach.

  • Indian man living in Bahrain for 23 years dies

    Dubai: A 58-year-old Indian man who lived in solitude for 23 years in Bahrain without leaving the country even once has died and will be buried in his adopted homeland.

  • Maha’s GSDP to be over 8% in 2013-14

    Mumbai: Maharashtra’s Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) is estimated to have grown at 8.7 per cent in 2013-14 with agriculture showing remarkable turnaround, as per the state Economic Survey tabled in the Legislature here today.

  • 2 Pakistani soldiers killed in Afghan border attack

    Peshawar: At least two Pakistani soldiers were killed and three injured today in a cross-border attack by militants on check posts situated along the restive frontier with Afghanistan.

  • Dr. Harshvardhan

    Wearing seat belt could have saved Munde: Vardhan

    New Delhi: Wearing seat belt could have saved Rural Development Minister Gopinath Munde who died in a road accident, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan today said and announced a major campaign to spread awareness on observing safety measures while driving.

  • Thousands bid tearful adieu to Munde

    Parli, Jun 4 (PTI) Tens of thousands of mourning supporters and distraught family members today bid a tearful farewell to Gopinath Munde, Maharashtra BJP’s tallest mass leader and architect of its impressive victory in the Lok Sabha elections, who was killed in a car crash yesterday.

  • Mulayam Singh Yadav

    Probe of all rape cases ordered, claims hesitant Mulayam

    New Delhi: Cornered Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday appeared hesitant while answering queries relating to gang rapes in Uttar Pradesh, and said that investigations are being conducted.

  • TRS govt attaches rider to crop loan waive promise

    Hyderabad: The Telangana Rashtra Samiti government today attached a rider to its promised crop loan waiver saying only those availed between June 2013 and June 2014 up to Rs one lakh would be waived under the scheme.

  • Kashmiri Pandits threaten ‘fast unto death’

    Srinagar: Dozens of migrant Kashmiri Pandits Wednesday held a peaceful protest here against what they called  callous attitude of the central and state governments towards  their problems.

  • Arun jaitley

    Jaitley to hold pre-budget consultations from tomorrow

    New Delhi:  Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will  kick off pre-budget consultations with different interest groups from tomorrow, starting with the representatives of the farm sector.

  • Badal gives nod for non-basmati transplantation

    Chandigarh:  Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today gave his nod for allowing the transplantation of the non-basmati variety of Paddy from June 10 instead of June 15.

  • Newly-wed Lahiri seeks Queen’s Cup win for US Open berth

    Samui (Thailand): Indian star golfer Anirban Lahiri hopes marital bliss will spur him to victory at the Queen’s Cup starting at the Santiburi Samui Country Club tomorrow and earn a ticket to the US Open.