Free Press Journal
  • Human tongue has a sixth taste sense!

    London: In addition to recognising sweet, sour, salty, savory (umami), and bitter tastes, your tongue has a sixth taste sense – the “sense of carbs” – that allows you to perceive carbohydrates — the nutrients that break down into sugar and form the main source of energy.

  • Two Indians critically injured in road accident

    Dubai: Two Indian nationals were fighting for their life after being critically injured in an accident involving eight cars in the UAE, a media report said Wednesday.

  • 210 killed in anti-terror operation, says Ukraine

    Kiev: At least 210 people has been killed since the start of the “active phase” of the Ukrainian government’s anti-terror operation in eastern regions, the country’s Health Minister Oleg Musiy said Wednesday.

  • Manohar parrikar

    Parrikar complains against green tribunal

    Panaji: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar Wednesday came down heavily on the functioning of the National Green Tribunal (NGT), claiming that it was stepping out of its jurisdiction and has started acting like a high court.

  • Remarks against N-E students: Court grants anticipatory bail

    New Delhi:  A man, accused of using derogatory words against some students from the north-east, has been granted anticipatory bail by a court here which observed that although such incidents are on a rise in Delhi, every case has to be dealt with as per its facts.

  • R R Patil

    Maha Home Minister courts controversy with remarks on rape incidents

    Mumbai: Amid a nationwide outcry over Badaun gangrape case, Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil today courted controversy by his remark on the issue of checking such crimes, saying it is impossible to post a policeman at every home where most of these incidents take place.

  • Jessica Lal case convict Manu Sharma seeks parole for exams

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Wednesday issued notice to police and sought their response on the parole plea of Manu Sharma, who is serving a life term in the Jessica Lal murder case, so that he could sit for post-graduation examinations in human rights.

  • Death toll in flyover collapse increases to nine

    Surat:  With four more deaths today, death toll in the collapse of a portion of an under-construction flyover here has reached to nine, fire brigade official said.

  • UFBU, IBA to meet on Friday over wage hike issue

    Vadodara: Employees unions of public sector banks are scheduled to meet Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) on Friday to discuss the issue of wage revision.

  • Trinamool appreciates President’s address

    New Delhi:  Trinamool Congress today appreciated the President’s Address to Parliament in which the Narendra Modi government’s agenda was outlined and promised to be by its side if it fulfills pro-people programmes.

  • 64th FIFA Congress opens in Sao Paulo

    Sao Paulo:  The two-day 64th FIFA Congress opened here with proposals for amendments to the FIFA statutes, regulations governing the application of the statutes, and standing orders of the Congress figuring high on the agenda.

  • RS Chairman drops punitive proceedings against 5 BSP members

    New Delhi: Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari today dropped punitive proceedings against five BSP members who had yesterday created ruckus in the House after the party led by its chief Mayawati strongly opposed the move.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi responds to President’s roadmap

    Will leave no stone unturned in implementing roadmap outlined by the President in his address: Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Smriti Irani

    NSUI activists stage protest outside Irani’s residence

    New Delhi:  Scores of students under the banner of Congress’ student outfit NSUI today staged a protest outside the house of Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani, demanding immediate roll back of the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP) in Delhi University.

  • Sudhmahadev mela to commence from tomorrow in Udhampur

    Jammu: The shrine of Lord Shiva, popularly known as Sudhmahadev will wake up to mega pilgrimage activity as the three-day historic mela will commence tomorrow in Tehsil Chenani of Udhampur district here.