Free Press Journal
  • CCS discusses face-off along LAC

    New Delhi: The Cabinet Committee on Security is understood to have discussed the face-off in Ladakh along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) where Chinese troops have intruded in the last 11 days.

  • Clean Ganga Campaign

    Need states’ cooperation for a clean Ganga: Centre to SC

    New Delhi: The Centre Wednesday told the Supreme Court that the government needs the cooperation oGanga-basin states – Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal – for the successful execution of its project to clean the Ganga.

  • 57% teenage students prefer shopping online: Survey

    Mumbai: Teens hanging around electronic stores for their favourite gadgets may not be a familiar sight soon as they are catching up fast with the e-tailing, according to a survey.

  • Over 250 pvt schools in Delhi can cater to CWSN: HC told

    New Delhi🙂 The Delhi High Court was today informed by the city government that over 250 private unaided schools in the national capital have the facilities to cater to children with special needs (CWSN).

  • Bhupinder Singh Hooda

    Hooda, ministers figure in Haryana Cong list

    New Delhi: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and several of his cabinet colleagues figure in the Congress list of 90 candidates announced tonight for all the Assembly seats in the state.

  • ‘No blood on objects used to torture maids’

    New Delhi: No blood was detected on the electric iron, stick and metallic horns which were allegedly used by former parliamentarian Dhananjay Singh’s wife to beat her domestic helps, police told a court here.

  • Cong, BJP spar after SC scraps 214 coal blocks allocation

    New Delhi: Congress and BJP were involved in a blame-game over the quashing of coal block allocations by the Supreme Court, accusing each other of flouting norms in making the allotments.

  • Robert Pires begins training at FC Goa

    Panaji: Former French footballer and Arsenal midfielder Robert Pires, who has been signed on as a marquee player with team FC Goa, stepped onto the ground at Tilak Maidan, Vasco for his first day of training with Brazilian coach Zico to prepare for the inaugural edition of the Indian Super League (ISL), Oct 12-Dec 20.

  • China’s top policy maker pleads to guilty to graft charges

    Beijing: China’s former top energy czar and economic policymaker, who went on trial today for taking “advantage of his position” and accepting bribes worth USD 6 million, has pleaded guilty to the charges.

  • South Korea defend women’s foil team gold in Asiad

    Incheon: South Korea successfully defended the Asian Games gold medal of the women’s foil team event by beating China 32-27 Wednesday, while the South Korean men’s sabre added another gold in a 45-26 victory over Iran.

  • We do not respect our dead: HC on mortuaries in govt hospitals

    New Delhi:The Delhi High Court today expressed its anguish over the poor management of mortuaries in government hospitals in the national capital saying “we do not respect the living nor do we respect the dead”.

  • Minor Raped

    Dhaula Kuan gangrape: Court to pronounce verdict on Oct 10

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today decided to pronounce on October 10 its verdict in the sensational abduction and gangrape case of a 30-year-old BPO executive from northeast, after the prosecution rebutted the claim of one of the five accused that police had fudged the evidence.

  • Heirs of HNWIs interested in being global citizens: Barclays

    Mumbai:Even though most high networth individuals (HNWIs) have never travelled abroad, their heirs seem interested in doing so and becoming global citizens, according to a Barclays study released here today.

  • NFR cancels 5 trains, diverts 7 others

    Guwahati: Five trains scheduled for tomorrow have been cancelled and seven others diverted due to prevailing floods in Lower Assam and track restoration work, North-East Frontier Railway said today.