Free Press Journal
  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul takes lead in Lok Sabha, advances to speaker’s podium

    New Delhi: Leading from the front, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Wednesday advanced to the Lok Sabha speaker’s podium along with other party MPs demanding a debate on increasing incidents of communal clashes in the country.

  • Nimrat kaur

    I must’ve said no to 450 scripts in two years: Nimrat Kaur

    Mumbai:  Nimrat Kaur wasn’t craving for international stardom, but that seems to be her calling and destiny, given that she has landed a part in the hit foreign TV series “Homeland”. She says in the time between “The Lunchbox” and “Homeland”, she refused umpteen roles in searching for “something right”.

  • Pran Kumar Sharma , Chacha Cartoonist

    Chacha Chaudhary creator Pran passed away

    New Delhi:  Pran Kumar Sharma, creator of iconic comic book characters like Chacha Chaudhary and Sabu, is dead. He was 75, his family said Wednesday.

  • Indian couple arrested in US; charged with abusing daughter

    New York: An Indian couple has been arrested here and charged with subjecting their 12-year-old daughter to “unspeakable physical abuse” for months by starving her and beating her with a metal handle and baseball bat, leaving her severely bruised and hospitalised for surgery.

  • Dutch firm Fugro to renew MH370 search

    Canberra:  Australia has appointed Dutch firm Fugro to renew the search operation for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean, the Joint Agency Coordination Centre for plane search said Wednesday.

  • Light rains predicted in some parts of city

    New Delhi: Delhiites woke up to a cloudy and humid morning today with the MeT department predicting light rains in some parts of the city.

  • Prithviraj Chavan

    Villages prone to natural disasters to be identified

    Mumbai:  A “complete study” of Maharashtra would be conducted to identify villages prone to natural calamities in the aftermath of the landslide at Malin near Pune, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan has said.

  • Rajasthan hikes royalty on minerals

    Jaipur: Rajasthan has hiked the royalty on minerals such as marble, granite, sandstone, limestone, chips and bajri (river sand).

  • Women Poisoned

    Woman poisoned to death by in-laws

    Muzaffarnagar:  A 28-year-old woman was allegedly murdered by her in-laws for dowry at Buara village under Khatoli Police Station in the district, police said today.

  • Rape

    Girl gangraped

    Deoria (UP):  A 22-year-old girl was raped allegedly by a tempo driver and his aide, who also attempted to kill her in Khampaar area.

  • Jessica Alba

    I feel saucier with age, says Jessica Alba

    New Delhi: Jessica Alba recently admitted that age has made her feel much more “saucier” than she was in her early days.

  • Lok Sabha adjourned till noon

    New Delhi:  The Lok Sabha was adjourned till noon Wednesday following a ruckus created by the opposition parties over communal riots in Uttar Pradesh.

  • Man and wife should be faithful to each other: Seer

    Ujjain : Husband and wife are like the two wheels of a motorbike. They cannot run without the support of each other. They should live in love and affection. They should not express anger over each other and should have faith. Everyone will leave their company in the world, but husband and wife are integrated part of the family. Children leave them in the old age. Both play vital role in leading

  • China quake toll rises to 589

    Beijing:  The toll in the earthquake that rocked China Sunday has climbed to 589, officials said Wednesday.

  • TDP leader pitches for Bhimavaram as ‘export excellence town’

    Rajahmundry (AP): Senior TDP leader Thota Sita Ramalaxmi has requested the Centre to notify Bhimavaram in Andhra Pradesh’s West Goadavari district as ‘Town of Export Excellence’ for its potential in shrimp and fisheries exports.

  • Ayurvedic medical college recognition cancelled by CCIM

    Muzaffarnagar: A medical college here had its recognition cancelled by Central Council of Indian Medicine due to inadequate facilities in the institution, following which seven professors and 49 medical students have been shifted to another government medical colleges in the state.