Free Press Journal
  • Rajnath Singh

    Rajnath Singh stable, discharged from AIIMS

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) yesterday evening over an intestinal issue, has been discharged from the hospital.

  • CPI(M) delegation to border violence areas meets with accident

    Guwahati: Five members of a CPI(M) party delegation en route to the troubled Assam-Nagaland border were injured this morning when their vehicle met with an accident and overturned on the National Highway 37.

  • Moeen Ali

    Rival batsmen felt that I was an easy target: Moeen

    London: He has been one of England’s finds in the ongoing Test series against India and off-spinner Moeen Ali feels that visiting team’s batsmen took him lightly which ensured a bagful of wickets for him.

  • Court upholds driver’s jail term for molesting woman in cab

    New Delhi: A Delhi court has upheld a man’s conviction and one year jail term for molesting a woman travelling in his cab here, saying his contention that she was drunk did not “vitiate her testimony”.

  • Can steer through the current crisis: Bhushan steel

    New Delhi: Opposing lenders’ demand for an external agency to oversee the company’s day-to-da  operations, Bhushan Steel today said it needs just 3-6 months to demonstrate it can steer through the current crisis.

  • Inflation at 5-month low of 5.19 per cent in July

    New Delhi: Inflation dipped to a five month low of 5.19 per cent in July mainly on account of decline in prices of some food articles, vegetables and protein rich items.

  • 24-year-old man commits suicide

    Jaipur:  A 24-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a ceiling fan in his room at Lalkothi police station area here, police said today.

  • Jayawardene in to bat as Pakistan grab two wickets

    Colombo: Mahela Jayawardene was  unbeaten on four in his final Test as Sri Lanka built the platform for a solid first innings total in the second and final match against Pakistan here today.

  • Ilmi says AAP should take Bhushan’s remarks seriously

    New Delhi: Reacting to the remarks of AAP patron Shanti Bhushan on Arvind Kejriwal lacking organisational ability, former AAP leader Shazia Ilmi today said that the party should take his views seriously.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi to announce financial inclusion mission on I-Day

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to unveil an ambitious financial inclusion scheme on the Independence Day tomorrow to provide bank accounts to 15 crore poor persons with an overdraft facility of Rs 5,000 and accident insurance of Rs 1 lakh.

  • Gold, silver turn weak on sluggish demand

    New Delhi: After two days of gains, gold prices today declined by Rs 20 to Rs 28,800 per ten gram in the national capital owing to slackened demand at existing higher levels even as metal strengthened overseas.

  • Two killed, 10 injured in armed clash

    Burdwan (WB): Two persons were killed and ten others injured in an armed clash between two groups at Monteswar in the district here today, police said.

  • Blackmoney:List of 600 Indians with doubtful stash under probe

    New Delhi: In another instance of suspected blackmon y stashed by Indians abroad, investigative agencies are probing a set of 600 new names and identities which have been provided to India by a “source” during the last financial year.

  • Goa to demarcate sensitive areas near wildlife sanctuaries

    Panaji: Goa government will demarcate the ecologically sensitive areas around its wildlife sanctuaries and submit a detailed report to Union Ministry of Environment and Forests by January 31 next year, State Environment Minister Alina Saldanha said today.

  • Govt cancels 27 SEZs; gives time to 18 to execute projects

    New Delhi: The government has cancelled its approvals to 27 special economic zones, including Emaar MGF Land Ltd and SAIL Salem SEZ, while giving more time to 18 others to execute their projects.