Free Press Journal
  • Chuck hagel, Narendra Modi

    Hagel in India to meet Modi, boost defence, strategic ties

    New Delhi:  US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel, here on a three-day visit to “meet with a new Indian government”, has said that renewing a 10-year defence framework agreement due to expire next year would be high on the agenda during talks with Indian leaders.

  • Youth Congress holds protests in Raipur

    Raipur: Youth Congress members in Raipur held a protest in the city on Thursday, demanding that ration should be provided to the ration card holders.

  • Serena Williams

    Serena Williams reaches Montreal quarterfinals

    Montreal:  Serena Williams waited out a brief rain delay before beating Czech left-hander Lucie Safarova 7-5, 6-4 on Thursday to reach the quarterfinals of the Rogers Cup.

  • Madras HC says CBI has no right to probe affairs of medical college

    Chennai:  The Madras High Court has dismissed the Central Bureau of Investigation’s petitions opposing discharge of officials of two medical colleges, saying the investigation agency, or any other external agency for that matter, has no jurisdiction to probe the affairs of a medical college.

  • Minister replies in Tamil in LS

    New Delhi:  Perhaps for the first time in the Lok Sabha, a minister spoke in Tamil to respond to a question put in Tamil.

  • Megan Fox

    I love my Shia: Megan Fox defends Shia Labeouf

    Los Angeles: Actress Megan Fox has defended her “Transformers” co-star Shia Labeouf over his recent headline-grabbing antics, saying his notorious behaviour will not remain with him for lifetime.

  • Chuck Hagel, Sushma Swaraj

    After meeting Swaraj, Hagel to meet other key Indian leaders

    New Delhi: After meeting External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj this morning, visiting United States Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is expected to call on several key Indian leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and the Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee and Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha.

  • N Chandrababu Naidu

    Vizag will be developed on par with Hyderabad: Naidu

    Visakhapatnam: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minster N Chandrababu Naidu today said that Vizag, the largest city in the truncated state, will be developed on the lines of Hyderabad.

  • 77 IAS officers transferred in MP

    Bhopal: In a major administrative reshuffle, Madhya Pradesh government has transferred 77 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers, including two divisional commissioners and 24 district collectors, a senior official said today.

  • Advocate hacked to death

    Madurai: An advocate of Madras High court bench, out on bail a few days back after allegedly murdering his clerk-cum-driver in 2013, was hacked to death at Tirupalai in this city early this morning.

  • Two poachers held near Bhitarkanika National Park

    Kendrapara (Odisha):  Two poachers were arrested with two dead birds at Amarabati close to the Bhitarkanika National Park in Kendrapara district, forest officials said today.

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    Jaswant Singh suffers head injury, hospitalised

    New Delhi:  Former union minister Jaswant Singh suffered a head injury following which he was hospitalised and has been operated upon, an official said Friday.

  • 77 IAS officers transferred in MP

    Bhopal:  In a major administrative reshuffle, Madhya Pradesh government has transferred 77 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers, including two divisional commissioners and 24 district collectors, a senior official said today.

  • Uproar in RS over TDP MP’s dress remarks

    New Delhi:  Congress members today created uproar in Rajya Sabha over certain remarks made by a TDP MP about women’s dress, leading to adjournment of the House for 15 minutes.

  • Gutka seized

    Gutka worth Rs 14 lakhs seized; one held

    Thane: Gutka worth around Rs 14 lakhs was seized and one person arrested in this connection from Kalamboli area of Panvel in Maharashtra’s Raigad district, a senior FDA official said.

  • In Haryana, quiet changes in classroom education

    Chandigarh: A visit to the local fruit and vegetable market, local hospital or even a factory to understand how things work may not be an essential part of textbooks, but students in government schools across Haryana are becoming part of a quiet change in their classrooms as they are being exposed to practical knowledge in real time.