Free Press Journal
  • Two killed in road accident

    Etah(UP):  Two persons were killed and a woman injured when the two vehicles in which they were travelling were hit by a bus in Jaithara area here, police said today.

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    Miley Cyrus, assistant tattoo each other

    Los Angeles:  Pop star Miley Cyrus turned a tattoo artist by inking her assistant and also got herself a new design by him.

  • Jennifer Lopez, Maksim Chmerkovskiy

    JLo wants to date Maksim, but is cautious?

    Los Angeles:  Singer Jennifer Lopez reportedly wants to get serious with Ukrainian choreographer Maksim Chmerkovskiy but is no mood to hurry things up.

  • Salman Khan, Jaqueline Fernandes Kick

    No formula to guarantee super-hit movies: Salman Khan

    New York:  Superstar Salman Khan, whose movies have repeatedly grossed over Rs 100 crores, says there is no formula of making super-hit and money-minting movies and filmmakers should also focus on content.

  • 1 killed in clash over land dispute

    Azamgarh:  A man was today killed and two others injured when members of a family allegedly clashed with each other over some land dispute in Sidhari area here, police said.

  • Don’t take Sikh religious matters to court: Akal Takht chief

    Amritsar:  Amid the controversy over the creation of the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (HSGPC) and the stand-off between Sikh leaders in Punjab and those in Haryana, the Jathedar (chief) of the Akal Takht, Gurbachan Singh, says that Sikhs should not take these matters to court. Instead, these should be “resolved  within the religion”.

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    WB govt appeals against HC order on TMC MP Tapas Pal

    Kolkata: West Bengal government today moved an appeal before a division bench of Calcutta High Court challenging a single bench order that directed registration of an FIR against Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal for his controversial comments against women and a CID probe into it.

  • Court holds 10 guilty for Tamil Nadu school fire

    Chennai:  A Thanjavur court Thursday held 10 people guilty and acquitted 11 others in the Kumbakonam school fire accident in Tamil Nadu that killed 94 children and left 18 injured  in 2004.

  • Parliament adjourned till noon over bugging issue

    New Delhi: Parliament was Wednesday adjourned till noon following an uproar by the opposition members who demanded an explanation from tghe government on the issue of bugging of union Minister Nitin Gadkari’s residence.

  • SEOA to be discontinued from this year

    Nashik:  The prestigious Sarda Equal Opportunity Award (SEOA), instituted by Nashik’s Shrirang Sarda Charitable Foundation since 2000 which carried a cash purse of Rs 7.5 lakh, has been discontinued from this year.

  • Nepal to sign power trade accord with India

    Kathmandu:  Three major political parties of Nepal – the Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist) – late Tuesday consented to the government’s plan to sign Power Trade Agreement(PTA) with India during the two-day visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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    No bugging at Gadkari home, says Rajnath

    New Delhi: There is “no truth” to reports of bugging at union Minister Nitin Gadkari’s residence, said union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.