Free Press Journal
  • No shortage of Rabies vaccine in UP: Govt

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh government today claimed there is no shortage of Rabies vaccine in the state and said that over 400 persons are administered the vaccine per day in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency Varanasi.

  • Kanpur DM writes to UP power ministry over power cuts

    Kanpur:  Expressing his concern over the frequent power cuts in Kanpur, the District Magistrate has written a letter to the Principal Power Secretary of Uttar Pradesh to end the emergency power roasting in the area.

  • Madhya Pradesh Assembly debates exam scam

    Bhopal:  The ruling BJP today stumped the Opposition Congress in the State Assembly by agreeing to its motion for discussion on the alleged “mega” Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) scam involving the ‘high and mighty’.

  • Man jailed for 3 mths for keeping tenants without verification

    New Delhi:  A man has been sent to three months in jail for disobeying police orders and keeping tenants without verification by a Delhi court which said consequences of such incidents can result in “escaping of anti-social elements and sometimes terrorists from the arm of the law.”

  • Four more border haats approved in Meghalaya

    Shillong: India and Bangladesh have approved setting up of four more border haats along the Indo-Bangla border in Meghalaya with an aim of increasing bilateral trade and improve living conditions of border residents.

  • Ajit Pawar seeks 144 seats for NCP in Maha assembly polls

    Palghar (Maha):  Stating that NCP has won twice the number of seats as compared to Congress in Maharashtra in the recent Lok Sabha polls, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has sought equal number of seats for his party with Congress in the upcoming Assembly polls.

  • Five killed, eight injured in road accident

    Jaipur:  Five persons including two women were killed and eight others injured when an SUV in which they were travelling collided with a truck in Ajmer district today.

  • TRS wins Council chairman’s post; Cong-TDP boycott election

    Hyderabad:  Telangana Rashtra Samiti’s Swami Goud was today elected as the Chairman of the Telangana Legislative Council amid acrimonious scenes and boycott of the election by Congress and Telugu Desam Party members.

  • CBI court adjourns hearing in Shah’s discharge application

    Mumbai: The special CBI court today adjourned the hearing in the discharge application of BJP leader Amit Shah, in connection with the alleged fake encounter cases of Shorabbuddin Sheikh and Tulsiram Prajapati, till July 14.

  • Thai anti-coup leader released on bail

    Bangkok:  A prominent Thai activist who led an anti-coup campaign using the three-finger salute from the “Hunger Games” films has been freed on bail after nearly a month in detention, officials said today.

  • Dead woman ‘booked’ for son’s murder

    Thane (Maha):  A woman, who had allegedly committed suicide by jumping into a well as now been ‘booked’ for allegedly murdering her 15-month-old son before taking the extreme step in a village here, police said today.

  • Nagaland Home minister meets Union Home minister

    Kohima: Nagaland Home Minister Y Patton called on Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi and raised the pending issues of the State before him, official sources here said today.

  • Two killed, five injured in jeep-motorcycle collision

    Coimbatore: Two persons were killed and five others injured in a head-on collision between a jeep and a motorcycle at Kudimangalam in Udumalpet in nearby Tirupur district today, police said.