Free Press Journal
  • Harish Rawat

    Harish Rawat seeks report on drains polluting Ganga

    Dehradun: Reiterating his commitment towards a clean Ganga, Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat has directed the authorities to immediately prepare a report on the drains polluting the river in the state.

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    Uma Bharti promises clean Ganga in 3 years

    New Delhi: Union Minister Uma Bharti today reiterated her commitment to clean India’s longest river Ganga and promised to do so in three years while also asserting that she would not entertain any questions in this regard before the task was achieved.

  • Red carpet welcome awaits Narendra Modi in US

    Washington: The Obama administration is leaving no stone unturned to woo Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his maiden visit to the US which is expected to take the strategic bilateral relationship to the next level and unleash the potential of economic and trade ties. The administration here is gearing up to give a red carpet welcome to Prime Minister Modi when he arrives in Washington on September 29 from New York where he

  • 18 detained after cop killed in clash outside Congress MP’s home

    Amethi: At least 18 persons have been detained after a constable was killed and six persons were injured in a clash here between the alleged supporters of Anant Vikram Singh, the son of Congress MP Sanjay Singh, and police. “We have detained 18 persons involved in the clash and prohibitory orders have been clamped in the area. Videography of the entire incident was done and after going through the footage, action will be

  • Mamata benefited the most from Saradha scam: Babul Supriyo

    Mumbai: Targetting West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, BJP today alleged that she has benefited the most from the multi-crore Saradha Chit fund scam, in which thousands of investors were allegedly duped.

  • Maharashtra CM post to be decided after polls, says BJP

    Mumbai: Tension within the Shiv Sena- BJP alliance over seat sharing for upcoming Maharashtra Assembly polls became perceptible with BJP on Sunday disapproving Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray’s statement that in the event of a saffron victory, the top post would go to Shiv Sena and that he was not averse to assuming it. Expressing party’s displeasure over the statement made by Thackeray on a TV channel and prominently published in the Sena mouthpiece

  • Omar Abdullah

    Jammu and Kashmir floods: Omar lashes out rumour mongers

    Srinagar: Asserting that rescue and relief operations are being intensified, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today hit out at rumour mongers for wrongly spreading that rescue operations were focused only on outsiders and VIPs and not residents of the Valley.

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    Delhi to fast-track cases against Harsh Vardhan, others

    New Delhi: The Delhi government wants cases fast-tracked against nine lawmakers, including Health Minister Hardh Vardhan, after the central government demanded speedy trials of elected leaders.

  • Manmohan Singh’s daughter releases book on parents

    New Delhi: Manmohan Singh’s daughter Daman Singh Sunday said her book traces the journey of the former prime minister and his wife Gursharan Kaur’s life from the 1930s to 2004.

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    Two Manipuri youths attacked in Delhi, three held

    New Delhi:Two Manipuri students were attacked with a scissor, stones and iron rods by three people, two of them juveniles, when the northeastern youths objected to racist remarks against them, police said Sunday. The attackers have been apprehended.

  • Saradha scam

    Congress to move SC over Trinamool’s protest against CBI

    Kolkata:  Claiming that the Trinamool Congress’ protest demonstration against the CBI here was tantamount to contempt of court, the Congress Sunday said it will move the Supreme Court over the issue.

  • Gaza children return to schools

    Gaza: Schools reopened across the Gaza Strip Sunday following a three-week delay due to damage caused by an Israeli offensive on the enclave that ended late last month.

  • Coach hails Indian girls terrific show in Asian Games

    Incheon (South Korea): Chief coach Tarun Roy lauded his girls as the Indian football team started its Asian Games campaign with a 15-0 thrashing of thee Maldives in Group A here Sunday.

  • Davis Cup: Inspired Somdev puts India level

    Bangalore: Playing the match of his life that his captain wanted him to, tennis star Somdev Devvarman pulled off a brilliant five-set win over higher ranked Serb Dusan Lajovic to put India level at 2-2 in the Davis Cup World Group Play-off tie here Sunday.

  • Rape

    Eatery barred me for being rape victim: Kolkata woman

    Kolkata: An Anglo-Indian woman, who was allegedly raped inside a moving car here in 2012, Sunday claimed she was denied entry into a restaurant for being a “rape victim”. The restaurant refuted the claim.

  • British hostage beheading: Cameron vows to hunt down IS

    London: Following the beheading of British hostage David Haines by Islamic State (IS) extremist group, Prime Minister David Cameron Sunday said his country will hunt down the killers of the aid worker, a media report said.