Free Press Journal
  • Mayawati

    UP govt has ‘failed on all fronts’: BSP

    Lucknow: Slamming the Akhilesh Yadav government for “failure on all fronts”, BSP today said just changing officials looking after law and order situation would serve no purpose till the chief minister was not clear in his intentions.

  • PMT scam: 14 students arrested in Indore

    Indore: Fourteen students, wanted in connection with taking admission in various government medical colleges allegedly through unfair means were arrested here today.

  • Don’t commit mistakes of UPA: Congress to BJD on price rise

    Bhubaneswar: Odisha government hiked the tax rates on petrol and diesel in its budget for 2014-15, opposition Congress today warned the BJD regime not to repeat the mistakes committed by the previous UPA government at the Centre.

  • Woman, her two children stragulated by husband, in laws

    Etah:A woman and her two children were strangled to death allegedly by her husband and in-laws for resisting her husband’s illicit relationship with a girl in Awadarh area, police said today.

  • I’d love to play a joker like my ‘nana’: Armaan Jain

    Mumbai: The new kid on the block Armaan Jain “loves” his grandfather’s body of work and says that one day he would love to play a joker on the big screen the way legendary Raj Kapoor did in “Mera Naam Joker”.

  • ‘Bloggers’ championship to raise World Cup fever

    New Delhi:  As soccer stars fight it out on the field in the World Cup in Brazil, football bloggers are also competing in the virtual world in a unique World Cup of their own.

  • 44 skeletal remains found in Kedar valley so far

    Dehradun: A year after a massive deluge hit Uttarakhand causing extensive damage to areas close to Kedarnath, authorities have so far recovered 44 skeletal remains of the victims from the valley since March this year.

  • Nawaz-Sharif

    Nawaz Sharif promises legal action over Lahore tragedy

    Karachi: Nawaz Sharif has assured that legal action would be taken against those responsible for the Lahore tragedy incident after Lahore High Court’s tribunal findings.

  • Twitter new market for e-cigarettes?

    Washington: While advertising for conventional cigarettes has long been prohibited in the US, e-cigarettes are being routinely advertised in traditional and social  media including twitter, claims a new study.

  • Temple committee members clash on alleged misuse of fund

    Jamshedpur: Amidst the ongoing 10-day-long ‘Brahmostav’, the Assistant Secretary of the Ram Temple committee here was injured in a clash between two groups of committee members over alleged misuse of funds.

  • Akhilesh Yadav

    Akhilesh should evaluate himself: BJP

    Lucknow: A day after Akhilesh Yadav sacked a junior minister and changed the portfolios of 11 ministers, BJP today said the CM, who holds major portfolios, should also evaluate himself as he is “responsible” for problems in the department he heads.

  • Vladimir Putin

    Putin to attend World Cup in Brazil: report

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin will jet to Brazil next month to take part in a handover ceremony at the end of the World Cup finals, with Russia gearing up to host the next championship, a newspaper report said today.
        
    Putin will attend an event following the July 12 final in Rio de Janeiro where his Brazilian counterpart Dilma Rousseff will pass on responsibility for the

  • Pakistan violates ceasefire in Kashmir

    Jammu:  Pakistani troops fired at Indian positions along the border in Jammu region, provoking retaliatory firing by Indian border guards, an official said Wednesday.

  • 20 AAI officers gets IAP status

    New Delhi:  Twenty officers of Airports Authority of India (AAI) have been granted the status of International Airport Professional(IAP), which would enable them to participate in and influence airport-related policies, activities and laws at the global level.

  • Brazil getting better despite Mexico draw, says Scolari

    Fortaleza (Brazil):  Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said that the World Cup hosts had reason to be satisfied with their performance despite being held to a 0-0 Group A draw by Mexico here.