Free Press Journal
  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Bury the hatchet: HC tells Gadkari and Kejriwal

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today suggested to Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Arvind Kejriwal to “bury” the hatchet over the alleged statement made by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and “shake hands” with each other in larger “public interest”.

  • Rajapaksa Sri Lanka

    Security fears prevented Rajapaksa from attending CWG

    Colombo, Jul 31 (PTI) Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa skipped the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Glasgow because of possible security threats from the Tamil diaspora groups based in the UK, a top minister said today.

  • Arun Jaitley

    FM hopes for ‘political solution’ to end Prez rule in Delhi

    New Delhi: The Centre today hoped that “some political solution” would emerge paving the way for formation of a popular government in Delhi as political parties questioned the delay in this regard and said it was hurting infrastructure in the national capital.

  • Jihadi Women in Syria

    Jihadis impose restrictions on women’s clothes in Syria

    Beirut: The extremist Islamic State (IS) has imposed restrictions on women’s clothes in the areas they control in the Syrian province of Deir Ez-Zor, bordering Iraq, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said Thursday.

  • Petrol price cut; diesel gets costlier

    New Delhi:  Petrol price was today cut by Rs 1.09 per litre, the second reduction in three-and-half-months, while diesel rates were hiked by 56 paise a litre.

  • Ishant Sharma

    Ishant ruled out of fourth Test against England

    Southampton: Fast bowler Ishant Sharma will miss the fourth cricket Test against England at Old Trafford as he is still recuperating from an ankle injury, India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said today.

  • Paris, France and Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

    Capgemini Group reports H1 2014 consolidated revenues of €5 104 million, up 1.4% vs. H1 2013 at current group structure and exchange rates and 2.6% on a like-for-like basis (i.e. at constant Group structure and exchange rates). In Q2 revenues increased by 3.0% compared with 2.3% in Q1. The H1 operating margin reached 7.9%, up 0.6 points vs. the margin delivered in the same period in 2013.  Profit

  • Core sector growth jumps 7.35% in June

    New Delhi: Helped by healthy growth in coal, crude oil, cement and electricity, the eight core industries grew by 7.3 per cent in June.

  • Delhi to have exclusive night shelters for women

    New Delhi: Night shelters meant exclusively for homeless women will be built in the national capital before the winter season, a statement from Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung’s office said Thursday.

  • Modi security

    Nepal taking special security measures for Modi’s first visit

    Kathmandu: Special security arrangements are being put in place for the upcoming visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Nepal, with a team of Indian commandos expected to arrive here to oversee the preparations.

  • NHRC notice to UP over teenaged girl’s rape

    New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Thursday issued notice to the Uttar Pradesh government over the alleged rape of a teenaged girl in Mathura district.

  • Gaza

    Algerians observe minute of silence in solidarity with Gaza

    Algiers: Algerian officials Thursday declared their country’s solidarity with the distressed population in the Gaza Strip by observing a minute of silence, a symbolic gesture of support for Palestinians as Israel continues to pummel the embattled coastal enclave.

  • Vijay_Goel

    Halt migrant inflow into Delhi: Vijay Goel

    New Delhi: The inflow of migrants into Delhi needs to be stopped to solve the problems of the capital, BJP leader Vijay Goel said in the Rajya Sabha as the upper house debated the Delhi budget.

  • Landslide_Pune

    Landslide toll goes up to 31, hopes of finding survivors fade

    Pune: Over 24 hours after a massive landslide swamped a village in Maharashtra’s Pune district trapping about 160 people, rescuers have pulled out 31 bodies and eight injured from the debris so far as hopes of finding more survivors appeared to fade today.

  • Bandh

    Bandh called in Bangalore to protest rising crimes against women

    New Delhi: A ‘bandh’ has been called in Bangalore today to protest the rising crimes against women in the city. The city bore a deserted look as public transport was off the roads and several shops, businesses and restaurants remained closed.