Free Press Journal
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    Chandurkar’s jibe at Chavan: Leaders should encourage party workers

    Mumbai:  Apparently miffed at Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan for ‘skipping’ a meeting convened by the city unit of Congress, its president Janardan Chandurkar today said that leaders must encourage the cadre as they are the backbone of the party and help it win elections.

  • India back to square one at Southampton

    Southampton: It was virtually back to the ignominy of 2011, as England plundered runs against a hapless Indian bowling attack on the second day of the third Test to establish a dominant position in the encounter after losing the second Test at Lord’s last week.

  • Lucknow woman’s murder case referred to CBI

    Lucknow:The Uttar Pradesh government Monday recommended that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) be referred the Mohanlalganj murder case in which a woman was found murdered 10 days back on the outskirts of the state capital.

  • India asks its nationals to leave Libya

    New Delhi: Amidst spiralling violence in Libya, India’s mission in Tripoli today advised all its nationals to leave the strife-torn country using all available means and not to travel to that country.

  • Indian Navy and Cochin Customs emerge winners

    Coimbatore: In a closely contested match, Indian Navy defeated KSEB, Kerala 78-73 in the 50th All India Basketball Tournament for PSG Trophy for men, here today.

  • England 452/5 at tea on Day 2

    Southampton: England reached 452 for five at tea on the second day of the third cricket Test against India here today.

  • Sunil Paraskar

    Rape-accused IPS officer quizzed by cops; denies charges

    Mumbai: Senior IPS officer Sunil Paraskar, accused of rape and molestation by a model-turned- actress, was today grilled for nearly four hours during which he denied the charges levelled against him, police said today.

  • Army chief calls on home minister

    New Delhi: Chief of the Army Staff General Bikram Singh today met Home Minister Rajnath Singh at North Block here.

  • Muslims mark gloomy Eid amid MH17 crash, Gaza conflict

    Kuala Lumpur: Muslims in Asia marked a grim Eid al-Fitr today, overshadowed by several air tragedies, including the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, and conflicts in Gaza and Pakistan.

  • Salman Khan’s Eid luck works in favour of ‘Kick’

    Mumbai: If one goes by the box office collections of Salman Khan-starrer “Kick”, people would unanimously agree that the superstar, whose Eid releases like “Wanted” and “Ek Tha Tiger” turned out to be super hits, should stick to his lucky date for movie screenings.

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    Higher FII cap in G-secs, bank infra bonds credit +ve: Moody’s

    Mumbai: Global ratings agency Moody’s today said the recent RBI measures on raising foreign investment limit in government bonds and easy norms for infrastructure bond issuances by banks will help the growth process and thus are credit positive for the country.

  • Tell real-life tale with happy end, get published

    New Delhi: If you have a real-life story that warms the heart and inspires people, then participate in a story contest and win a chance to meet a celebrated author.

  • DU student attacked by two men, one nabbed

    New Delhi: A Delhi University student is critical after being attacked by two men whose advances she had spurned, police said Monday, adding one of the attackers has been arrested.

  • Nitin Gadkari

    Cong trying to rake up non-issues to tarnish Govt’s image: BJP

    New Delhi: dismissed as “baseless” the claim about recovery of snooping devices from Union Minister Nitin Gadkari’s residence and alleged that a “frustrated” Congress was trying to rake up such “non-issues” to preserve its identity and tarnish BJP government’s image.

  • Australia test awaits Sardar & Co in Glasgow CWG

    Glasgow: With two easy victories under their belt, a confident India will face their first real test in the men’s hockey event when they take on world champions and title holders Australia in the next group match at the 20th Commonwealth Games, here tomorrow.

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    Khurshid criticizes govt in Gadkari issue

    New Delhi: Congress leader Salman Khurshid criticised the government for lack of transparency over the news of bugging devices found inside Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari’s residence.

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    Bengal cop injured in clash dies, opposition blames Mamata

    Kolkata: Political rivals attacked West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee after a policeman, grievously injured during a political clash, died Monday, and demanded arrest of a ruling Trinamool Congress leader who had called for attacking police.

  • 'Pistol King' Jitu Rai

    Jitu, Gurpal make it 1-2 for India in men’s 50m pistol event

    Glasgow: Indian shooters continued their dominance at the Barry Buddon Shooting Range with ‘Pistol King’ Jitu Rai and Gurpal Singh bagging a gold and silver respectively in the men’s 50m pistol event here today.