Free Press Journal
  • Cong dubs as ‘political vendetta’ move to remove Governors

    New Delhi: Congress today slammed government’s move to remove Governors appointed during the UPA tenure as “political vendetta” and said the “dictatorial” step will have “serious repercussions”.

  • Ficci suggests road map to boost M&E sector to I&B Minister

    New Delhi: Aiming to boost the country’s media and entertainment industry, Ficci today presented a road map comprising recommendations for television, film, print and radio sectors to Information & Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar here.

  • SpiceJet extends Rs 1,999 monsoon offer pan-India

    Mumbai: Budget carrier SpiceJet today extended its special monsoon fare offer with a starting ticket price of Rs 1,999 (all inclusive) pan-India, a day after the newly-launched AirAsia India announced Kochi as its third destination in the network at an all inclusive fare of Rs 500.

  • Zinta case: police ask BCCI for spectators’ list

    Mumbai: Mumbai Police, probing the case of alleged molestation filed by actress Preity Zinta against her former boyfriend Ness Wadia, has asked the BCCI to provide a list of spectators at Garware Pavilion in Wankhede stadium and details of seating arrangement among others at the time of the incident.

  • Campa Cola Residents: No Avoiding The D-Day

    Campa Cola demolition to be filmed

    Mumbai: The demolition of illegal flats in Campa Cola compound beginning June 20 will be filmed and used as proof against the residents if they offer resistance, the city’s municipal body said today.

  • Army deployed as riots in Sri Lanka spreads

    Colombo: Sri Lanka today deployed army as clashes between Buddhists and minority Muslims spread to newer areas overnight in a popular tourist region where a curfew failed to douse the flare up that has killed at least four people and destroyed a number of homes and businesses.

  • Taskin fifer helps Bangladesh pack India for 105

    Mirpur: A shambolic India were bowled out for their lowest ODI total against Bangladesh after debutant medium-pacer Taskin Ahmed ripped through the visiting line-up with an impressive five-wicket haul in the rain-truncated second one-dayer here today.

  • Netherlands still have a long way to go: Van Persie

    Porto Alegre (Brazil): Netherlands captain Robin Van Persie was happy with the impressive 5-1 win against defending champions Spain in their World Cup opener but admitted that the Dutch still have a long way to go before lifting their maiden World Cup trophy.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo

    Sex workers’ kids rooting for Ronaldo

    Kolkata: A few months ahead of their annual football tournament that brings together the children of sex workers from across West Bengal, these sports enthusiasts now have only two things on their minds – the World Cup in Brazil and Ronaldo.

  • Top US officials visit Super 30 in Bihar, laud the concept

    Patna: Top US officials in India today visited the Super 30 Academy and appreciated the innovative idea of mathematician Anand Kumar of helping students from humble background to qualify entrance tests for premier engineering institutions.

  • Bengal government ignoring labour problems: BJP

    Kolkata: Alleging that labour issues were ignored by the Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal, the state BJP today said that the government should have called for a tripartite meeting to solve labour problems in the jute mill at Bhadreswar where its CEO was killed.

  • Four nurses from TN safe in Baghdad: Family

    Udhgamandalam (TN): Amidst concern over the safety of Indian nurses in strife-torn areas of Iraq, four nurses from Dharmagiri near here have communicated to their families that they are safe in a hospital in Baghdad.

  • Sushma Swaraj

    Sushma Swaraj to meet Russian Deputy PM tomorrow

    New Delhi: In the first interaction between India and the Russian Federation, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will meet visiting Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry O. Rogozin tomorrow, official sources said.

  • chandrababu naidu

    Chandrababu’s son Lokesh to play an active role in TDP affairs

    Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president N Chandrababu Naidu appointed his son Lokesh today, as co-ordinator of the TDP workers’ welfare fund activities, thus giving his son a direct and active role in party affairs for the first time.