Free Press Journal
  • Shooting At Canadian Parliament

    A soldier was shot Wednesday in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, and a gunman was believed to have entered Parliament, reported NBC. Police rushed some lawmakers to safety.

  • Tarun Gogoi

    Gogoi to reshuffle ministry portfolios by October 31

    Guwahati:  Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today said he will reshuffle the portfolios of his ministers within this month after getting approval from the Congress high command.

  • Narendra Modi

    PM to meet NDA MPs over tea on Oct 26

    New Delhi:  Riding high on the electoral successes in Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet all MPs of BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) over tea here on October 26.

  • Parineeti Chopra

    I’ve always been a birthday girl: Parineeti

    Mumbai:  Actress Parineeti Chopra turned 26 Wednesday and says she is big on birthdays though there is no “big party” planned this time.

  • Rape

    Minor raped in Pratapgarh

    Pratapgarh (UP):  A five-year old girl was allegedly raped by a 14-year-old boy in Manikpur area in the district.

  • Saradha scam: CBI files first chargesheet

    Kolkata:  The CBI Wednesday filed its first chargesheet in the Saradha scam, naming scam kingpin Sudipta Sen, his close aide Debjani Mukherjee and suspended Trinamool Congress parliamentarian Kunal Ghosh.

  • Cyclone Hudhud, Vizag

    ‘About 30 lakh families in AP affected by Hudhud’

    Hyderabad:  About 30 lakh families have been affected by cyclone ‘Hudhud’ that battered coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh, according to a report by the state government, which conducted a survey of the impact.

  • ULFA Millitants

    Six ULFA militants nabbed in Meghalaya

    Guwahati: Six ULFA anti-talk insurgents were apprehended with arms and ammunition by a joint Army and Meghalaya police team in Meghalaya along Assam border, a defence officer said here today.

  • Jitan Ram Manjhi

    Irked by RJD leader’s speech, Manjhi tries to walk away

    Begusarai (Bihar):  A function to celebrate the 127th birth anniversary of the first chief minister of Bihar Sri Krishna Singh today witnessed an unpleasant scene when Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi tried to leave the dais as a local RJD leader spoke.

  • Nabam Tuki

    Arunachal CM discusses prposed project with German officials

    Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki on Tuesday held detailed discussions with German Development Cooperation officials on a proposed project on Sustainable and Integrated Socio-economic Development Mission for Arunachal Pradesh to be taken up under bilateral cooperation programme through the Central government.

  • Omar hopes PM will accept relief package proposal

    Tosamaidan (J&K):  Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today expressed hope that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would accept the package proposal submitted by the state to help in the rehabilitation of the flood-affected people and make an announcement in this regard on his Diwali visit tomorrow.

  • Omar Abdullah

    Time for Centre to have a re-look at AFSPA: Omar Abdullah

    Tosamaidan (J-K):  Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said regardless of the situation in Afghanistan or Pakistan, time was “opportune” to make headway on revocation of AFSPA and maintained that he was not compromising on national security by raising the matter.

  • No platform ticket between Oct 24 and 29: Northern Railway

    New Delhi:  In view of safety of passengers and to avoid over-crowding at platforms and foot-over bridges during Diwali and Chhat festivals, Northern Railway has decided to restrict sale of platform tickets at the five major stations here, including New Delhi and Nizamuddin.

  • Narendra modi

    Modi regime continues UPA’s ‘disingenuity’ on offshore black money

    New Delhi:  Over three years ago, the Supreme Court had described as “disingenuous” the then UPA government’s argument, now being parroted by the Narendra Modi government, that the “confidentiality” clause in the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) between India and Germany came in the way of disclosing names of those who had parked their black money in Liechtenstein’s LGT Bank.

  • Krishna Khopde, Devendra Fadnavis

    MLA Khopde offers to quit for Gadkari; Phadanvis tight-lipped

    Nagpur:  Amid talk that BJP Maharashtra unit chief Devendra Fadnavis could be party’s chief ministerial choice, Nagpur-East MLA Krishna Khopde today offered to quit and vacate his seat to pave way for his mentor Nitin Gadkari, after voices grew louder on bringing back the Union Minister to the state to don the mantle.