Free Press Journal
  • Do not to open floodgates without warning people: C’gh govt

    Raipur: Taking a lesson from incidents on Beas river in Himachal Pradesh and Damodar river in Jharkhand, the Chhattisgarh government has directed the administration to alert people and give them time to move to safe places before opening the floodgates of dams across the state.

  • Central team visits malaria-hit areas of Tripura

    Agartala: A three-member central experts team Monday visited malaria affected areas of Tripura where at least 45 people have died due to the disease and thousands have fallen ill, officials said here.

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    UK firm honours Sachin Tendulkar with rare coin

    London: Britain’s premium luxury goods brand East India Company has issued an exclusive legal tender gold coin worth 12,000 pound sterling in honour of Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar.     

  • Van Gaal slams FIFA

    Sao Paulo:  Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal criticised FIFA for some refereeing and organisational issues regarding the World Cup.

  • GST implementation will help narrow fiscal deficit: CRISIL

    Mumbai: Implementation of goods and services (GST) tax could help government raise tax revenues and reduce fiscal deficit, which has been around 4.5 per cent in the last three years, a CRISIL report said.

  • Caution notice against recruitment fraud

    Kochi: The Cochin International Airport Ltd(CIAL) today cautioned the public to be vigilant against fraudulent recruitment agencies and individuals who try to mislead people by promising them jobs with the airport company and its subsidiaries.

  • Gen-next condoms may feel like human skin

    Melbourne:  The next-generation condoms could be made out of self-lubricated hydrogels and may feel more like human skin than latex rubber, scientists say.

  • ITC losses pull Sensex down by 74 pts to nearly 3-week lows

    Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex today slipped about 74 points to ended at nearly three-week low of 25,031.32 as shares of index heavyweight ITC tanked on fear of hike in excise duty on cigarettes, amid caution over rising crude prices on unabated violence in strife-torn Iraq.

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    UP girl abducted, gang raped in Nepal for 20 days

    Siddharth Nagar(UP): A 16-year-old girl was abducted and gang raped for 20 days allegedly by four persons who also tried to sell her to human traffickers in Nepal, a senior police officer said today.

  • UGC-DU row: Centre not to intervene

    New Delhi:  As uncertainty mounted for students following the row over the four-year undergraduate programme of Delhi University, government today made it clear that it will not intervene and wanted the UGC and DU to resolve the matter between themselves.

  • Al Qaeda planning to bomb Wimbledon

    London: The Al Qaeda bombers are reportedly targeting the Wimbledon tennis championships in Britain.

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    Fire in Mumbai Mantralaya

    Fire breaks out in Maharashtra Secretariat building 1st floor.

  • Big B’s compliment ‘biggest reward’ for Sajid Nadiadwala

    Mumbai: A compliment from megastar Amitabh Bachchan regarding the trailer of “Kick”, has turned out to be the “biggest reward” for producer Sajid Nadiadwala, who is making his directorial debut with the movie.

  • Hit-n-run: Unsure if Salman was drunk, Bar Manager tells court

    Mumbai:  A manager of liquor bar in Juhu today identified Salman Khan in a Mumbai court, saying the actor had come to the restaurant with friends hours before his car was involved in an accident in 2002, but said he was not sure whether the Bollywood actor had taken drinks.

  • Manish Tewari criticises NDA regime over FYUP

    New Delhi: Congress leader Manish Tewari criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government on Monday for playing with the lives of students aspiring for admission to Delhi University (DU) because of the Four year Under Graduate Programme (FYUP).