Free Press Journal
  • Monsoon arrives in south Gujarat

    Ahmedabad: In a respite to people reeling under heat wave conditions, heavy rains in several parts of Saurashtra and south Gujarat marked arrival of monsoon in the regions.

  • 2 UP cops suspended for laxity

    Lucknow:Two police officers of the rank of deputy superintendent of police were today suspended for laxity in investigations into cases of crime against women.

  • MPPEB scam: Sharma sent to four-day police remand

    Bhopal: A local court today sent former minister Laxmikant Sharma to four days of police remand after his arrest in connection with the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) scam.

  • IOA treasurer demands emergent meeting on boxing issue

    New Delhi: With its top officials contradicting each other after a corporate-house led group was given recognition to revive the Indian Boxing Federation, Indian Olympic Association Treasurer Anil Khanna has demanded an emergent meeting of the IOA’s Executive Committee to take stock of the controversial issue.

  • Rajnath at Delhi Police HQ, reviews law and order situation

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today visited the Delhi police headquarters for the first time after taking charge and discussed with top officials women’s security and other key law and order issues while assuring the force of all help in modernisation to make it more effective.

  • Need to focus on conservation of forest lands through GSI: CM

    Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje today laid stress on protection of wildlife and said there was a need to strike a balance between conservation of forest lands and development through Geographic Information System (GIS) technique.

  • CBI gets custody of Saradha scam kingpin, 5 others

    Kolkata: A court Monday sent six Saradha chit fund scam accused, including kingpin Sudipta Sen and suspended Trinamool Congress MP Kunal Ghosh, to seven days’ CBI custody, counsel for the accused said.

  • Matter of life and death against Chile: Fabregas

    Curitiba (Brazil): Defending champions Spain’s next encounter against Chile slated for Wednesday at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro will be like a matter of “life or death”, said Cesc Fabregas.

  • Leaving TV to grow as an actor: Ram Kapoor

    New Delhi: ‘Bade Achhe Lagte Hain’ star Ram Kapoor, who will next be seen in Sajid Khan’s ‘Hamshakals’, says he is qutting his popular TV show to grow as an actor.

  • Naresh Agarwal

    Media targeting UP govt as part of conspiracy by BJP: SP

    Lucknow: Under attack from opposition over the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh, Samajwadi Party today accused the media of “targeting” its government under a “conspiracy sponsored by BJP.”

  • Rs 51,941.13 crore tax revenue not realised in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar: Odisha government today admitted that Rs 51,941.13 crore tax revenue from various business firms have not been realised as 7,180 cases were pending in different courts like Orissa High Court and the Supreme Court.

  • rape protests

    Violent protests erupt over killing of 2 constables; Centre concerned

    Firozabad (UP)/New Delhi, Jun 16 (PTI) Violent protests broke out in Firozabad today over the killing of two police constables by unidentified assailants, leaving a DIG of police and several others injured, drawing a strong reaction from the Centre which said it is concerned over the law and order situation in Uttar pradesh.

  • AERA hikes Bangalore airport charges; IATA opposes the move

    New Delhi: Airport tariff regulator AERA has fixed Rs 1,368 and Rs 342 per international and domestic passenger as user development fee (UDF) and other charges for Bangalore’s Kempegowda airport but the airlines have opposed the “over 100 per cent” hike in tariff.

  • Murdered religious sect head cremated amid tight security

    Moga (Punjab): The body of a religious sect head, who was shot dead by two unidentified assailants, was today cremated at Khukhrana village in the district amid tight security, even as police constituted teams to arrest the murderers.