Free Press Journal
  • Panel on new AP capital to meet CM tomorrow

    Hyderabad: The expert committee constituted by the Centre to study various alternatives regarding the new capital for Andhra Pradesh, will hold further round of talks with Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu here tomorrow before finalising its recommendations.

  • ISPAI to help people in small towns to set up telecom networks

    New Delhi: Amid huge push for spreading broadband services by the government in the country, Internet industry body ISPAI today said that it along with other associations will run workshops in small towns and cities to train people on setting up telecom and data networks business.

  • Film on Park Street rape case cleared for screening

    Kolkata: A film based on the Park Street rape case, blocked by the censor board here, has been given the go-ahead by the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, its producer said Friday.

  • Malaysian cyclist reprimanded for Gaza protest

    Glasgow(Scotland): A Malaysian cyclist at the Commonwealth Games who wore gloves with “Save Gaza” written on them has been reprimanded by his team and warned he will be expelled if he does it again.

  • RBI disallows foreign investors from buying SIB shares

    Mumbai: The Reserve Bank today said foreign investors cannot buy equity shares in South Indian Bank (SIB) through stock exchanges as the foreign shareholding limit in the bank ahs reached the trigger level.

  • Bindra clinches gold, Malaika wins silver in shooting

    Glasgow: Star marksman Abhinav Bindra stole the limelight by clinching a gold medal while unheralded teenager Malaika Goel bagged a silver as shooters added two more medals to India’s kitty on the second day of competitions in the 20th Commonwealth Games here today.

  • Firing in kashmir

    Policeman shot at in Anantnag

    Srinagar:  Militants today shot at and critically injured a policeman in Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said.

  • One dead as Shia protestors clash with police in Lucknow

    Lucknow: One person was killed and over two dozen others injured Friday when a crowd of thousands of Shias protesting against Uttar Pradesh Urban Development Minister Azam Khan clashed with the police here.

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    Modi “myth exposed” by U’khand bypoll results: Cong

    New Delhi: Buoyed by assembly bye-election results in Uttarakhand, Congress today said it showed the Narendra Modi “myth” was getting “exposed” within sixty days of NDA coming to power at the Centre.

  • Prices Of Gold And Silver Rise On Global Cues

    Gold extends downward trend; silver slips to one-month low

    Mumbai: Gold continued its slide for the fourth straight session at the bullion market here today owing to consistent selling by stockists and drop in demand as the yellow metal dipped to multi-week low in overseas markets.

  • LS members support bill to provide Rs 5,000 monthly pension

    New Delhi: A private member’s bill that seeks to provide monthly pension of Rs 5,000 to a retired person from unorganised and private sectors today received support from members cutting across party lines in the Lok Sabha.

  • TN Govt committed to fishermen-level talks

    Chennai: Outlining its commitment to the bilateral talks between fishermen of India and Sri Lanka to solve the fishing disputes in the Palk Strait, Tamil Nadu Government today, however, blamed ‘premeditated’ stance of the island republic officials for parleys making no headway at the end of second round in May this year.

  • IB report on Pune blast: 6 cameras defunct

    CCTV footage reveals the Pune blast visuals as on 10th July. IB report further revealed that over 6 CCTV cameras around the blast areas were defunct.

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    Rahul slams BJP, Sena over force-feeding incident

    Amethi(UP): Rahul Gandhi today slammed the BJP and its ally Shiv Sena over the alleged force-feeding of a fasting Muslim employee at a Maharashtra government guesthouse in Delhi, dubbing it “politics of bullying” people.