Free Press Journal
  • Uproar in UP Assembly over poor law and order situation

    Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Assembly has been adjourned till 12.20 pm after a vociferous protest by the opposition parties against the deteriorating law and order situation in the state.

  • Chhattisgarh governor resigns

    Raipur:  Chhattisgarh Governor Shekhar Dutt has resigned but it is not clear if the resignation has been accepted, official sources said Thursday.

  • EX-AP minister escapes with minor injuries in road mishap

    Visakhapatnam:  Former Andhra Pradesh Tribal Welfare Minister, P. Balaraju and four others escaped with minor injuries when their car hit a roadside tree near Mulagapudi village in the district today, police said.

  • Udayakumar sends legal notice to Home Ministry

    Chennai: Anti-nuclear activist S P Udayakumar has sent a legal notice to the Union Home Ministry  seeking action against an official for allegedly defaming him by “leaking” a secret report recently.

  • 31 bodies found in Mexico mass grave

    Cosamaloapan (Mexico):  The bodies of 31 people, some mutilated, have been exhumed from a mass grave in Veracruz, a stronghold of the Zetas, one of Mexico’s most bloodthirsty cartels, a military official said.

  • Woman found murdered in Jaipur

    Jaipur:  A 45-year-old woman was today found murdered in a pool of blood in Viratnagar, a sub-urban town here, police said.

  • Red Bull looking at home advantage in Austria

    Spielberg (Austria): Red Bull will be looking to extend their winning form and set the stage for a real title challenge to dominant Mercedes when the Grand Prix returns to Austria Sunday after 11 years.

  • Three killed in road accident

    Vizianagaram: Three persons were killed and another one was seriously injured when an oil tanker rammed into their vehicle here today, police said.

  • 150 Australians fighting in Iraq and Syria: Foreign Minister

    Melbourne:  Australia today said about 150 of its nationals have been or are currently fighting with radical militants in Iraq and Syria, warning that such people could pose a security risk if they were allowed to return home.

  • Long after move to US, Nazi suspect faces charges

    Philadelphia (US):  A decade after a court ruling allowed him to live out his quiet, middle-class life in the US, an 89-year-old Philadelphia man faces possible extradition to Germany on charges he aided in the killing of 2,16000 Jewish men,  women and children at a Nazi death camp.

  • New Zealand face grim battle for second Test survival

    Port Of Spain : New Zealand face an uphill battle for survival at 73 for one in their second innings, still trailing the West Indies on first innings by 166 runs, at stumps on the third day of the second Test at Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday.

  • Writing with leg, tribal boy scores 54 pc marks in Std X exam

    Thane:  Fighting great odds and overcoming seemingly insuperable obstacles, a 16-year-old tribal boy has scored 54  per cent marks in his Class X exams, using his leg to write his answers as he has been without his arms since birth.

  • Roger Federer

    Roger Federer’s decade at Wimbledon

    London:  Swiss tennis ace Roger Federer has had a stranglehold on the Wimbledon men’s singles title in the 2004-2013 decade.