Free Press Journal
  • Prakash Javadekar

    Modi Govt’s mantra ‘delay out, decision in’: Javadekar

    New Delhi: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today said the Narendra Modi government believes in the mantra “delay is out, decision is in”, and asserted that the job of the government is not to create roadblocks but to give impetus to entrepreneurship and industry.

  • Modi govt comes under attack from Sena fire over rly fare hike

    Mumbai: After political rivals, the Narendra Modi government has come under fire from Shiv Sena over the rail fare hike with its oldest ally terming the move as akin to the common man being run over by train.

  • YAsin MAlik

    Yasin Malik arrested, JKLF march halted

    Srinagar: Police Monday intercepted a pro-independence march by the JKLF here and arrested its chairman Yasin Malik and around a dozen supporters.

  • ‘Missing link’ in ribosome production holds key for cancer cure

    New York: Biologists have found the “missing link” in the chemical system that enables animal cells to produce ribosomes – the thousands of protein factories in each cell that manufacture all of the proteins needed to build tissue and sustain life.

  • Actor Aamir Khan calls on Modi

    New Delhi: Actor-producer Aamir Khan Monday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister’s Office said.

  • Anti-govt cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri arrives in Lahore

    Lahore: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief, Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri, arrived here on Mondayto lead an anti-government alliance with the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) and other political allies.

  • US Food and Drug Administration warnings to Indian cos

    Mumbai: Indian pharmaceutical companies have been in the news for all the wrong reasons recently. Increased scrutiny of plants and processes has led to prohibitions and alerts by US Food and Drug Administration. The most famous case being that of Ranbaxy Laboratories for deviation in good manufacturing practices at its Toansa and Dewas plants, which led the company to voluntarily suspend shipments from the same.

  • India accounted for 5% of global steel production in May

    New Delhi: India produced just a little over seven million tonnes (MT) of steel, accounting for five per cent of the global output of 141 MT in May, World Steel Association (WSA) has said.

  • Karuna, Vijayakant condoles death of Narayanan

    Chennai: DMK president M Karunanidhi and DMDK leader Vijayakant today condoled the death of veteran Tamil cinema director Ramanarayanan, saying his demise was a loss to Tamil film world.

  • Kerala Chief Minister calls for roll back of rail fare hike

    Thiruvananthapuram:  Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy today asked the Centre to roll back railway passenger fare and freight rate hikes as it would lead to rise in prices of essential commodities.

  • NRML bringing positive changes in Nagaland: John

    Kohima: Nagaland Minister for Rural Development and, C L John has said that the implementation of National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) in the state has been very visible in bringing positive changes in the lives of the poor.

  • 32 terror groups busted in China

    Beijing: A total of 32 terror modules were busted, over 380 suspects apprehended and 315 people sentenced by the courts during an anti-terror campaign in China’s Xinjiang region, media reported Monday.

  • Sushma Swaraj

    Govt promises to improve facilities for Haj pilgrims

    New Delhi: Government today promised to bring in significant improvement in facilities for Haj pilgrims and request Saudi Arabia to withdraw 20 per cent cut in India’s quota for the annual pilgrimage.

  • Christians lose bid to use ‘Allah’ in Malaysia

    Kuala Lumpur: Christians in Malaysia today lost their final bid to use the word “Allah” to refer to God with the highest court ruling that the ban on it was lawful, ending the years-long highly divisive legal case in the Muslim-majority nation.