Free Press Journal
  • Rape

    2 held for gangraping woman

    Kendrapara (Odisha):  Two persons have been arrested for allegedly kidnapping and gangraping a 28-year-old married Dalit woman in Odisha’s Kendrapara district, police said today.

  • Conference on cancer diagnosis and therapy from Sep 15

    Hyderabad: Aimed at bringing awareness in public on cancer diagnosis and therapy, a three-day ‘Global Cancer Conference and Medicare Summit-2014’ would be held here from September 15.

  • Saharangpur clashes

    Six killed in accident, protests in Srinagar

    Srinagar: Six persons were killed and two injured in a head-on collision between an army vehicle and a civilian cab on the Srinagar-Baramulla road in the outskirts of the city today, triggering protests by locals.

  • Conference on cancer diagnosis and therapy from Sep 15

    Hyderabad: Aimed at bringing awareness in public on cancer diagnosis and therapy, a three-day ‘Global Cancer Conference and Medicare Summit-2014’ would be held here from September 15.

  • CTL not launched to counter IPTL: Vijay Amritraj

    New Delhi: The Champions Tennis League must not be perceived as competition to the Mahesh Bhupathi-launched IPTL as CTL is the only way to bring international tennis to India due to a crammed calender, says tennis legend Vijay Amritraj.

  • Smriti Irani

    Camaraderie among women MPs in LS; Smriti gets support of Cong

    New Delhi: Lok Sabha today witnessed bonhomie and camaraderie among women Parliamentarians when two Congress members strongly came out in support of HRD Minister Smriti Irani after certain remarks from a Trinamool Congress member about her past acting career.

  • “Congress has always supported young people. It is not only today but even before independence...” Digvijay Singh Senior Congress leader

    Is BJP doing a U-turn on its stand on Kashmir? asks Digvijay

    Bhopal: Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh has questioned the BJP’s stand on Kashmir, in the backdrop of the recent meeting between journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik and Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed.

  • CIMS to be upgraded, school of Public Health to come up in CG

    Raipur: To improve health facility in the tribal-dominated Chhattisgarh, Centre has decided to upgrade the Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Science (CIMS) into a super-speciality hospital and set-up a School of Public Health.

  • Eye on priceline

     Retail inflation at 7.31 per cent in June was the lowest since January 2012. This is a positive indication that some of the tough steps taken by the new government are having impact on the economic actors. Coupled with the news that manufacturing registered the highest growth in nineteen months in May, the small portents together might lift the economic mood soon. Given that the global crude prices have remained more or

  • Pakistan army chief will never want peace with India: Christine Fair

    New Delhi:  In a seminar held at the Centre for Land and Warfare Studies (CLAWS), New Delhi, C. Christine Fair, Assistant Professor of Centre for Peace and Security Studies in the United States, while speaking on India-Pakistan relations, said there is no solution to the impasse.

  • BRICS declaration at Fortaleza condemns terrorism in all forms

    Fortaleza (Brazil): The five-nation BRICS SUMMIT has come out with a strong condemnation of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and stressed that there can be no justification for any acts of terror based on ideological, political or religious issues.

  • SC seeks response from states on passive euthanasia

    New Delhi:  The Supreme Court Wednesday issued notice to all states seeking their views on a poser whether a terminally ill person can execute a living will that life support system be withdrawn if he or she reaches a vegetative state with no hope of revival.

  • 35 killed in Pakistan military air strikes

    Islamabad:  At least 35 suspected militants were killed Wednesday during air strikes carried out by Pakistani military in North Waziristan, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.

  • Bhalchandra Kango

    Maharashtra CPI to harness power of social media

    Mumbai: Inspired by the role of social media in the recent Lok Sabha polls, the Maharashtra unit of CPI has decided to launch a social media network linking party workers.