Free Press Journal
  • lalu prasad yadav

    Lalu’s statement recorded in a fodder scam case

    Ranchi: RJD supremo Lalu Prasad today recorded his statement in a fodder scam case in a special CBI court while claiming that he was a victim of conspiracy in the Rs 950 fodder Animal Husbandry Department scandal.

  • Subsidised wheat given to ineligible BPL cardholders: CAG

    Chandigarh: The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has pulled up the Haryana government for incurring  an avoidable expenditure of Rs 18.59 crore on giving subsidized wheat to ineligible BPL cardholders.

  • amit shah

    Hearing on Amit Shah’s discharge plea adjourned till July 24

    Mumbai: A sessions court here today adjourned till July 24 the hearing on a discharge application filed by BJP leader Amit Shah in connection with the alleged fake encounter cases of Tulsiram Prajapati and Sohrabuddin Sheikh.

  • China Trapped Miners

    China tunnel collapse traps 14 workers

    Beijing: Fourteen workers were trapped when part of a railway tunnel collapsed in southwest China’s Yunnan Province today.

  • Mamata gives ultimatum to Jindals on Salboni project

    Salboni (WB): West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today virtually served an ultimatum to Sajjan Jindal promoted JSW Bengal Steel to start work on the integrated steel cum power plant at Salboni in West Midnapore district.

  • Girls below 18 victims in most Delhi rapes

    New Delhi: Girls below 18 years of age have been the victims in most of the rape cases in the national capital and the majority of such cases have happened in residences or involved friends and acquaintances, says a study by Delhi Police.

  • Right To Education

    Implementation of Right To Education not tardy: Govt to RS

    New Delhi: The Right To Education (RTE), initiated during the UPA regime, today got a thumbs-up from the NDA government which said its implementation had not been tardy as 19.88 crore children have been enrolled at the elementary level.

  • Increased workig hours can work successfully: CJI

    New Delhi:  Dispelling doubts of lawyers’ bodies on his proposal to increase court’s working hours to reduce pendency of cases, Chief Justice of India R M Lodha today said that the proposal was successfully first tried in Patna High Court when he was heading it.

  • PMO ‘directly involved’ in Hafiz-Vaidik meeting, alleges Cong

    New Delhi: Congress today targeted the Prime Minister’s Office over the meeting of an Indian journalist with the Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan, alleging its “direct involvement” and asked the government to “come clean” on the issue.

  • Banking secy says govt to make 4-5-year plan for PSU bk fund raising

    –Making 4-5 yrs’ blueprint for PSU bk capital raising
    –PSU banks need 2.4 trln rupee equity by 2018
    –Few PSU banks will tap equity mkts in FY15
    –PSU bank consolidation to start FY15 with 1-2 banks
    –Plan asset recast co for power, road sectors
    –Banking secy: Hope to take up insurance Bill in this session

  • Will act as a bridge between UP,Centre: Ram Naik

    Mumbai:  Describing his appointment as the Governor of Uttar Pradesh as a “turning point” in his social and political life, senior BJP leader Ram Naik today said that he would try to serve as a bridge between the state and the Central governments while discharging the gubernatorial responsibility.

  • Major crackdown on retailers indulging in malpractices

    New Delhi: In a major crackdown, 67 teams of Food and Supplies department of Delhi Government raided over 560 retail outlets across the city following complaints of alleged over-charging and other malpractices.

  • Monsoon showing signs of revival: private forecasting agency

    New Delhi: With monsoon showing signs of revival for the last one week and further advancement, the rain deficit has marginally decreased in central India, a region that has witnessed scanty rainfall since June, a private forecasting agency today said.

  • Mid-day Meals

    Cooking cost under mid-day meal scheme increased

    New Delhi: The central government has enhanced the per student cooking cost under the Mid Day Meal Scheme (MDMS), HRD Minister Smriti Irani said Monday.