Free Press Journal
  • badaun gangrape case

    CBI registers case in Badaun double rape and murder

    Ghaziabad:  CBI today took over the probe into the rape and murder of two teenaged girls in Badaun of Uttar Pradesh two weeks back with the case having sparked angry reactions the world over.

  • Two girls sexually assaulted in Tamil Nadu

    Chennai:  Two schoolgirls living in a hostel were sexually assaulted in Tamil Nadu’s Pollachi town, a police official said Thursday.

  • Tata Sons appoints Sunil Sinha resident director, MENA region

    New Delhi:  Tata Sons today appointed Sunil Sinha as Resident Director, Middle East and North Africa, and plans to set up an office in Dubai for the MENA region in collaboration with Tata International.

  • Digvijay Singh

    IB should make their Greenpeace report public

    New Delhi: Digvijay Singh today stated that the Intelligence Bureau needs to prove their reports claiming serious national security threats by foreign funded NGO’s like the Greenpeace Foundation. He also demanded that the report should be made public.

  • Sri Lanka releases 51 Indian fishermen

    New Delhi/Colombo: The Government of Sri Lanka has released 51 Indian fishermen and they are on their way back home.

  • Congress protests against Delhi electricity crisis

    New Delhi: Congress workers on Thursday carried out a protest against the ongoing electricity and water crisis in Delhi. The protest comes a day after Congress MLA Jai Kishan’s hunger strike against the prolonged crisis.

  • Akhilesh Yadav

    NCW Chairperson wants Akhilesh Yadav to Resign

    New Delhi : Mamta Sharma, Chairperson of National Commission for Women has demanded Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s resignation following reports of more attacks against women in his state.

  • Environment Ministry to ease norms for projects within 100 km from LAC

    New Delhi: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today said that the Environment  Ministry is planning to ease norms for strategic defence projects within 100 km from the Line of Actual Control (India’s border with China) to enable faster permissions and simplification.

  • Arvinder Singh Lovely

    Congress won’t stop protesting until people get relief

    New Delhi: Delhi Congress Chief Arvinder Singh Lovely on Thursday said that the party will not stop protesting until people of Delhi get relief from the ongoing power crisis. He accused the Narendra Modi’s govt of taking Delhi two-centuries back and complained that it took them (BJP) twenty days to set up a meeting.

  • Narendra Modi

    Become catalytic agents, focus on trade: PM to IFS

    New Delhi:  Laying stress on trade and commerce, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked Indian Foreign Service officials to become catalytic agents to convey the strengths of India to the world.

  • Gutka seized

    Gutka seized in Thane; three held

    Thane: Three persons were today arrested after gutka was seized from their possession during raid at a premises in Nallasopara area of Thane district.