Free Press Journal
  • Aziz Qureshi

    Entire police force cannot stop rapes: UP Governor

    Lucknow: In a controversial remark, Uttar Pradesh Governor Aziz Qureshi today said incidents of rapes could not be stopped even if entire police force was deployed for women’s safety and only a divine intervention could check such crimes.

  • NarendraModi

    Modi hails India’s win against England

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated the Indian cricket team for their “wonderful victory” against England and said he was proud of the great performance.

  • alistair cook

    India outbowled, outbatted us: Cook

    London: England captain Alastair Cook gave India credit for ‘outbatting and outbowling’ them after the visitors earned a 95-run win in the second Test at Lord’s to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series here Monday.

  • india-england test cricket

    It was a memorable win, we learnt from 2011 tour: Dhoni

    London: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today termed the 95-run win over England, their first Test victory at the historic Lord’s in nearly three decades, a “memorable” one and said the visitors had learnt from their disastrous 2011 tour.

  • Ishant Sharma

    Dhoni instructed me to bowl bouncers: Ishant

    London: Pace spearhead Ishant Sharma credited captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni for instructing him to bowl bouncers which helped India win the second Test at Lord’s here Monday to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.

  • chandrababu naidu

    Action against principal who thrashed visually impaired kids

    Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on Monday promised appropriate action in the incident relating to a visually impaired school principal allegedly beating up three visually impaired boys in Kakinada town.

  • India-england test match

    Expert Speak:India deserving winners – Manjrekar

    London: Former India batsman Sanjay Manjrekar has said India are deserving winners of the second Test after defeating England by 95 runs at Lord’s here Monday.

  • Mamata suffers from fear-psychosis with rise of BJP in Bengal

    Kolkata: The BJP in West Bengal today said that Mamata Banerjee’s repeated attack against the party leaving aside the main opposition Left Front showed her  nervousness and she is suffering from “fear psychosis”.

  • Passenger train proceeds leaving few coaches behind

    Hyderabad:  Passengers of a Bangalore bound train found themselves “left behind”, after bogies in which they were seated, ended up getting “detached” from the train, which proceeded only with its front-end coaches.

  • Tamil Nadu seeks more World Bank aid for road project

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa Monday requested increased assistance of $500 million for a road project from the World Bank during a meeting here with bank president Jim Yong Kim.

  • Four women critically injured in Pakistan acid attack

    Islamabad: Four women were seriously wounded Monday after being attacked with acid by two men riding a motorbike in Quetta in southwestern Pakistan, a police official said.

  • Thailand eyes 1.05 million tourists from India in 2014

    New Delhi:Tourism Authority of Thailand is targeting 1.05 million tourists from India this year as it undertakes new initiatives to promote the country as a favourite destination.

  • Not getting proper food in jail during Ramadan: Bhatkal

    New Delhi: A court here Monday asked Tihar jail officials to file a reply to Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal’s plea that he was not being provided proper food in the Islamic holy month of Ramadan and treated worse than an animal in prison.

  • India’s historic win at Lord’s after 28 years

    London: Cricketers from world over took to twitter today to heap praise on India for their first Test victory at Lord’s in 28 years after they beat the hosts by 95 runs in the second Test here.

  • Hrithik hails brave-heart fireman Yevlekar

    Mumbai: Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan today condoled the death of fireman, Nitin Yevlekar, who died while trying to put out blaze at a high-rise in suburban Andheri.

  • Kudankulam nuclear pwoer plant

    CPI-M MLA opposes KNPP III, IV units

    Chennai: CPI(M) legislator R Annadurai today raised concerns in Tamil Nadu Assembly over nuclear safety in the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant complex and opposed its expansion, citing the Fukushima disaster in Japan.

  • Katju’s allegations completely baseless: Balakrishnan

    New Delhi: Former CJI K G Balakrishnan today hit back at Press Council of India chairman Markandey Katju, terming as “completely baseless” his allegations that he and two other ex-CJIs made “improper compromises” in retaining a Tamil Nadu judge under corruption cloud during UPA rule.