Free Press Journal
  • WIL plans to focus on defence products: CEO

    Jamshedpur:  Walchandnagar Industries Ltd, a heavy engineering products and engineering procurement and construction major, plans to focus on defence products, a top company official said today.

  • Two persons drown in a tank

    Jamui: Two persons were drowned today in a tank at Kohwaratar village in Bihar’s Jamui district, police said.

  • Narendra Modi

    PM launches portal for citizens to contribute in governance

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched a website MyGov that aims to help citizens contribute in governance by giving their opinions and views on important issues like clean Ganga or skill development.

  • BJP, Congress portest in UP

    Tension in UP town over BJP, Congress protests

    Ghaziabad: Tension gripped the Kanth area of Uttar Pradesh’s Moradabad district Saturday as the BJP refused to back out of its proposed protest against  district officials for victimising its cadres.

  • Indian Cricket team

    India look to consolidate lead against struggling England

    Southampton:  They have snatched the momentum with a brilliant show on the dreaded Lord’s green-top and India’s in-form cricketers would now aim to take an unassailable series lead against a demoralised England in the third cricket Test starting here tomorrow.

  • Restrictions in Tullamulla following protests

    Srinagar: Authorities today imposed restrictions in Tullamulla area of Kashmir’s Ganderbal district following violent protests over an employee being caught with a girl inside a government office leaving eight policemen injured.

  • Situation on LAC peaceful: Army

    Drass (JK):  Against the backdrop of repeated incursions by China into Indian territory, a top Army commander today said the situation on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) was “absolutely peaceful and calm” and such incidents happen due to differences in perception.

  • Curfew

    Curfew in Saharanpur after two communities clash

    Saharanpur: Violent clashes today broke out between two communities over a land dispute here with the two sides indulging in brick batting and arson, leaving some persons injured and prompting authorities to impose curfew in the district.

  • Estate worker trampled to death by elephant

    Udhagamandalam (TN):  An estate worker was trampled to death by a wild elephant near Gudalur, about 70 km from here today, police said.

  • WIL plans to focus on defence products: CEO

    Jamshedpur:  Walchandnagar Industries Ltd, a heavy engineering products and engineering procurement and construction major, plans to focus on defence products, a top company official said today.

  • PM salutes Kargil War heroes

    New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday remembered the “indomitable courage” of the Kargil war martyrs on the 15th Vijay Diwas (Victory Day).

  • No US trip for CPI-M legislator

    Thiruvananthapuram: The CPI-M has barred one of its legislators from travelling to the US next month to attend the International Visitor’s Leadership Programme organised by the State Department – as it is funded by the US government.

  • Maoists disrupt Aadhaar enrollment in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar:  Armed Maoists Friday abducted four enrollers from a Aadhaar camp in Malkangiri district, releasing them with a warning to stop the process, a senior official said Saturday.

  • Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Priyanka Chopra

    Priyanka has captured the soul of Mary Kom: Bhansali

    Mumbai:  “Mary Kom” co-producer Sanjay Leela Bhansali is overwhelmed by the impact of the trailer of the film. He agrees that Priyanka Chopra, who plays M.C. Mary Kom onscreen, doesn’t resemble the Olympic bronze medallist boxer but says the actress has captured the star athlete’s “soul” for the role.

  • Maoists disrupt Aadhaar enrollment in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar:  Armed Maoists Friday abducted four enrollers from a Aadhaar camp in Malkangiri district, releasing them with a warning to stop the process, a senior official said Saturday.

  • No school fee, girl sets self afire

    Bhubaneswar:  A 15-year-old girl in Odisha set herself on fire after her parents said they couldn’t pay her school fee, a family member said. An official Saturday termed it as an accident.