Free Press Journal
  • Modi dedicates to nation Ranchi-Sipat transmission line

    Ranchi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today dedicated to the nation the 765 kv Ranchi-Dharmjaygarh-Sipat Transmission Line (Powergrid) connecting the Eastern and Western parts of the country.

  • SUV kills rickshaw puller in Delhi

    New Delhi: A 60-year-old rickshaw puller was killed while two others were injured after being hit by a SUV in Delhi, police said Thursday.

  • Manohar parrikar

    Goa CM apologises for calling African a ‘Nigro’

    Panaji:  Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar Thursday apologised for referring to an African national as a ‘Negro’ spelt wrongly as “Nigro”, in an annexure submitted to the state assembly by the home ministry.

  • rashid alvi

    Film glorifying former ex-PM Indira Gandhi’s assassins unfortunate

    New Delhi : Congress leader Rashid Alvi said Thursday that glorifying former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s assassins through a film is unfortunate and should be placed in the category of restricted viewing, if at all, by the government.

  • Five Bodo militants killed in Kokrajhar encounter

    Kokrajhar : Five militants of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland-Songbijit (NDFB-S) were killed in an encounter in the Dwimuguri area of Assam’s Kokrajhar District early this morning.

  • Don’t venture out after dark: Jammu villagers advised

    Jammu: With the Pakistan Rangers continuing to violate a bilateral ceasefire, villagers in Jammu’s R.S. Pura and Arnia areas were Thursday advised not to venture out of their homes after dark.

  • Congress seeks concrete answers from Centre on Hafeez Saeed

    New Delhi : Congress leader Manish Tewari today questioned the BJP-led NDA government’s coercive diplomacy vis-à-vis Pakistan as he sought concrete answers from the Centre on the status of Hafeez Saeed, whose deletion of name from the 26/11 chargesheet is agog, according to media reports.

  • Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

    Govt. taking effective steps to end Assam-Nagaland violence

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said Thursday that immediate, necessary and effective steps are being taken by the central government to bring the violence on the Assam-Nagaland border to a close.

  • Speeding SUV runs over three people, one killed

    New Delhi:  In the second incident of drunk driving in the national capital this week, a driver who was allegedly in an inebriated state ran over his SUV over three people standing near a footpath in Central Delhi, killing one of them.

  • Kidnapped SBI official freed in Meghalaya

    Shillong:  A State Bank of India official, kidnapped by Garo militants in Meghalaya 16 days ago, was released unharmed Thursday after his family paid a ransom, officials said.

  • Violence in Assam

    Police fire in the air in curfew-bound Golaghat

    Golaghat/Guwahati: Police fired in the air and burst tear gas shells to disperse protestors trying to block NH 39 at Numalimargh in trouble-torn Golaghat district this morning in defiance of the indefinite curfew even as the army staged a flag march to maintain law and order.