Free Press Journal
  • Case against Sonia, Rahul: Cong sees ‘vendetta’ by BJP

    New Delhi: Congress today saw “vendetta” by BJP and Subramanian Swamy against it in the case of alleged misappropriation and fraud against Sonia and Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald issue.

  • Kidnapped Delhi boy rescued from Bareilly in UP

    New Delhi: A seven-year-old boy who was kidnapped from the New Delhi Railway station earlier this month has been rescued from Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly area, police said Friday.

  • Nitish Kumar

    Speaker defers decision on four rebel JD(U) MLAs till July 5

    Patna: A decision on termination of the membership of four JD(U) dissident MLAs for anti-party activities was today deferred till July 5 with the Speaker of Bihar Assembly giving them additional time to submit their replies to the notice.

  • Smriti Irani

    I was referred to as burden at my birth, reveals Smriti Irani

    Bhopal: Revealing that at the time of her birth, she was cursed as a “burden” by someone, Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani today said that curbing the menace of female foeticide was a priority for the government.

  • Suarez ban too harsh says victim Chiellini

    Rome: The four month football ban ordered against Uruguay striker Luis Suarez for his World Cup bite is too harsh, the victim Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini said today.

  • Shikhar Dhawan

    Play called off till lunch due to heavy downpour

    Leicester: Inclement weather prevented any action during the first session of the second day’s play in the opening tour fixture between the touring Indian side and Leicestershire, here today.

  • VVIP chopper deal: West Bengal Governor quizzed by CBI

    New Delhi: In the first-ever questioning of anyone holding Gubernatorial post, CBI today quizzed West Bengal Governor M K Narayanan as a “witness” in connection with its probe into allegations of bribery in the Rs 3600-crore VVIP chopper deal with AgustaWestland.

  • UP Vidhan Parishad adjourned briefly over law and order

    Lucknow: Pandemonium erupted in Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Parishad today after Opposition BJP members jumped into the well demanding a “proper reply” regarding law and order situation in the state, leading to adjournment of the Council for sometime.

  • Traffic restored in Motihari after goods train derailment

    Patna: Train services were restored today between Chakia and Mehsi station in Bihar’s East Champaran (Motihari) district which was disrupted following derailment of 19 wagons of a goods train by suspected Maoists on Tuesday night.

  • Nitin Gadkari

    Minister Gadkari discusses land buy law with state revenue ministers

    –Road minister: Discussed land law with states’ revenue ministers
    –Road minister: Plan to upgrade land records system
    –Road minister:Got good inputs on land buy act, will share with PM
    –Road minister: States objected to many clauses in land buy law
    –Road minister on land law:Will not compromise on farmers’ interest
    –Source: Telangana sought 6 bln rupees for land survey from Gadkari

  • Fire breaks out in Mumbai CST building

    Mumbai: A fire broke out in a building at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) station here this evening but no casualty has been reported so far, fire officials said.

  • Rajnath Singh

    Rajnath presides over meeting to chalk out strategies to fight Maoists

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh presided over a meeting of top officials of all Maoist-affected provinces in New Delhi on Friday, and discussed strategies to deal with rebel activities. He also assured the government’s support in tackling the issue.

  • Attack on PIA’s Peshawar flight handiwork of TTP’s Geedar group

    Islamabad: The recent gun attack on a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight in Peshawar, that left a female passenger dead and two crew members injured, was reportedly the handiwork of Taliban’s Tariq Geedar group.