Free Press Journal
  • Centre worried over law and order in UP, Kalraj Mishra

    Bangalore: The Centre was worried over the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh which had turned from “bad to worse” and awaiting the Governor’s report on the issue, Union Minister Kalraj Mishra said today.

  • Bharti meets Rajnath over law and order in UP

    New Delhi: Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti today met Home Minister Rajnath Singh over the issues of law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh.

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    Minor raped by village head

    Fatehpur (UP): An 11-year-old girl was today raped by a village head and his brothers in Chandpur area here, police said.

  • Railways await PM’s nod for fare hike

    New Delhi: Railways is waiting for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s nod to go ahead with the proposed hike in passenger fare and freight rate.

  • Gujarat Congress decries move to oust Governor

    Ahmedabad: Amid reports that Gujarat Governor Kamla Beniwal could be among the UPA government appointees on their way out of Raj Bhavans, state Congress today denounced the move as “undemocratic”.

  • Cabinet to take up scrapping of EGoMs and GoMs tomorrow

    New Delhi: The Union Cabinet will consider tomorrow the scrapping of 30 EGoMs and GoMs set up by the previous UPA government with an intent of giving a formal approval to a decision taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month.

  • CM seeks revival of licences of 3 district banks in Vidarbha

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan today said the state’s agricultural credit plan this year was higher at Rs 3 lakh crore and asked the RBI to revive licences of three district cooperative banks in Vidarbha.

  • BCCI congratulates Kartik on end of his career

    New Delhi: The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) today congratulated left-arm spinner Murali Kartik, who retired from all forms of the game recently, and wished his luck for his future.

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    Binny’s six for helps India clinch ODI series

    Mirpur: Medium-pacer Stuart Binny bagged six wickets as India registered an unexpected 47-runs win against Bangladesh via Duckworth-Lewis method in the rain-curtailed second One-day International to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series, here today.

  • ‘Ron-NIL-do’ blasted as Germany nightmare continues

    Salvador (Brazil): Cristiano Ronaldo’s poor performance for Portugal in their 4-0 defeat to Germany at the World Cup won him few friends in the media as his German nightmare continued.

  • Munda slams Soren for blaming BJP for power crisis

    Ranchi, June 17 (PTI) Former Chief Minister Arjun Munda today asked Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren how he could accuse the BJP of being responsible for power crisis in the when the previous regimes never had said the state would commission power plants.

  • PM likely to induct warship INS Kolkata in Mumbai soon

    New Delhi: After dedicating aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya to the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to induct country’s largest indigenously-built warship INS Kolkata in Mumbai in the next few weeks.

  • ‘Mahayuti’ should ensure victory of RPI candidates: Athavale

    Mumbai: Republican Party of India (RPI), an ally of the Sena-BJP in Maharashtra today said that even though Ambedkar followers had voted for the saffron candidates in the Lok Sabha elections in all the constituencies, the votes were not transferred to the RPI candidate in Satara.

  • Anti-Modi content: Ker HM flays police for action against students

    Thiruvananthapuram: In a new turn to the row over campus magazines containing remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala today resented the police action against the college authorities and student editors.

  • Delhi constable’s family to get Rs one crore assistance

    New Delhi: Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung today announced assistance of Rs one crore to the family of traffic constable Mana Ram, who was mowed down by a car while on duty on Saturday night.

  • China lauds Pakistan’s airstrikes on ETIM militants

    Beijing:  China today said its “all weather ally” Pakistan has made a positive contribution to counter terrorism by launching air raids on terror camps in North Waziristan in which a number of Islamist militants from Xinjiang have been killed.