Free Press Journal
  • Narendra Modi

    Modi government’s media policy – keep them away?

    New Delhi: It has been almost two months since Narendra Modi took charge as India’s prime minister, but the new government is yet to spell out its media and information policy – except by default.

  • Legendary actor James Garner dead

    Los Angeles:  Legendary Hollywood actor James Garner, known for his roles in movies like “The Rockford Files” and “The Notebook”, is dead. He was 86.

  • Luis Suarez

    Suarez mobbed by fans in Barcelona

    London:  Controversial Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez and his wife Sofia Balbi were mobbed by Barcelona fans during a walk around the Spanish city.

  • JDU - RJD

    JD-U, RJD to contest by-elections together

    Patna: Bihar’s ruling Janata Dal-United (JD-U) and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) will contest by-elections to 10 assembly seats in Bihar together, it was announced Sunday.

  • Congress-NC alliance snaps ahead of Kashmir polls

    Jammu/Srinagar:  The ruling National Conference and its ally the Congress will fight the coming elections in Jammu and Kashmir on their own, ending a long alliance, it was announced Sunday.

  • Omar Abdullah

    I told Sonia about NC-Congress divorce: Omar

    Srinagar:  Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said Sunday that he told Congress president Sonia Gandhi 10 days ago that his party will fight the assembly elections on its own.

  • Rajnath Singh

    BJP ready for fresh polls in Delhi

    New Delhi:  Prodded by the RSS, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) declared Sunday that it was ready for fresh assembly elections in Delhi.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi’s swearing-in cost Rs.17.60 lakh

    New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony cost Rs.17.60 lakh, RTI activist Subhash Chandra Agrawal said Sunday.

  • Mizo youth held for killing python

    Aizawl: Forest officials in Mizoram have arrested a Mizo youth for killing a python and burning it in a market near the state capital city Aizawl, officials said Sunday.

  • Jim Yong Kim

    World Bank group president to visit India

    New Delhi: World Bank group President Jim Yong Kim will be on a three-day visit to India starting Monday to review the bank’s supported projects and understand the development priorities of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.

  • Bangalore rape

    Bangalore rape: Parents outraged over delay in arrests

    Bangalore: The delay in arresting the two teachers accused of sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl in a private school here has outraged hundreds of parents who Saturday took out a protest march against police and the school management.

  • Encephalitis deaths in Bengal rises to 47

    Siliguri: Two more people died of encephalitis here, taking the death count in West Bengal to 47 in the past 18 days, officials said Sunday.

  • Congress to contest polls in Kashmir alone

    Jammu:  The Congress will fight the upcoming assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir on its own, party leaders said here Sunday.

  • End Kashmir row for peace: Pakistan envoy

    New Delhi: The Kashmir dispute needs to be resolved to ensure “viable peace and stability in the region”, Pakistan’s High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit has said.

  • Heavy rain triggers Odisha flood alert

    Bhubaneswar: Heavy rains continued to lash many parts of Odisha Sunday, prompting authorities to issue a flood alert in all districts.