Free Press Journal
  • Tapas Pal

    Tapas Paul advised ‘complete bed rest’

    Kolkata:  The condition of Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Paul – embroiled in a controversy over his rape and violence remarks – has improved slightly, an official of a nursing home where he is admitted, said Tuesday.

  • Railway budget highlights

    New Delhi: The following are the highlights of the railway budget presented in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday by Railway Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda:

  • Kerela Govt to take action against illegal quarries

    Thiruvananthapuram: Stringent action would be taken against quarries operating in Kerala without due licence from the Pollution Control Board, Power Minister Aryada Mohammed told the state Assembly today.

  • Labourer electrocuted in Jaisalmer

    Jaisalmer: A labourer was electrocuted here after he came in contact with a live wire, police said today.

  • Lok Sabha adjourned till 3 p.m.

    New Delhi: The Lok Sabha was Tuesday adjourned till 3 p.m. following a protest by members of the Trinamool Congress who claimed that the railway budget had ignored West Bengal.

  • Sadananda Gowda

    Four new ways to mobilise railway resources

    New Delhi:  Railway Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda Tuesday listed four new ways to mobilise resources to upgrade and expand projects in his maiden budget.

  • Mamata Banerjee

    Bengal neglected in railway budget: Mamata

    Kolkata:West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Tuesday accused the central government of neglecting her state in the railway budget.

  • Scarlett case: British witness likely to depose via video

    Panaji:  British national Michael Mannion would be the last witness to be examined in the alleged rape and death case of fellow country teenager Scarlett Eden Keeling and efforts are on to make him depose through video conferencing next month, a senior CBI prosecutor said today.

  • Rail Budget well thought out, non-populist, says KPMG

    Mumbai:  Hailing the Railway Budget as “well thought-out” and non-populist, global consultancy KPMG today said it provides the much needed strategic financial headroom required for the railways to make critical investments in its modernisation and expansion plans.

  • Bihar Assembly rocked by protest by all political parties

    Patna:  Bihar Assembly witnessed ruckus for the second consecutive day today with members of all major parties trooping into the well on separate issues forcing adjournment of the House till recess.

  • Waiting to see what BJP delivers with Railway Budget

    New Delhi:  Ahead of the first Railway Budget being presented today by the Narendra Modi led government, former railway minister Mallikarjun Kharge said it remains to be seen how BJP delivers on its promises.

  • Sadananda Gowda leaves to attend BJP parliamentary party meet

    New Delhi: Union Railways Minister D.V Sadanada Gowda, who is going to present the first Railway Budget of the Narendra Modi government today, has left to attend the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) parliamentary party meet.