Free Press Journal
  • Bilawal Bhutto deserved ‘mistreatment’ from angry London mob: NCP

    New Delhi: Maintaining that the Kashmir issue should be resolved between India and Pakistan, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majid Memon on Monday endorsed the heckling of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) co-chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari by an angry mob in London.

  • Narendra Modi

    PM Modi lauds Kuwait student’s effort towards relief efforts in J-K

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a letter of appreciation to Duvvuri Rohini Pratyusha, a 16-year old, Class XII student of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in Kuwait, commended her effort for collecting Rs. 2.15 lakhs towards the relief and rehabilitation efforts in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Majid Memon

    Shiv Sena ‘desperate’ to join hands with BJP: NCP

    New Delhi: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majid Memon on Monday said the Shiv Sena is desperately trying to join hands with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for government formation in Maharashtra.

  • Will not resort to vendetta politics, says Haryana CM

    Chandigarh: Chairing his first cabinet meeting after being sworn-in as Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar, on Monday said all plans and agendas of previous government led by Congress party will be reviewed.

  • National Conference attacks Azad, Congress

    Srinagar: The National Conference Monday launched a scathing attack on Congress leader and former chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, saying giving it (NC) a full six-year term to govern Jammu and Kashmir after the 2008 elections was no favour.

  • SC restrains media in judge’s sexual harassment case

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Monday restrained the media from reporting proceedings in a case of alleged sexual harassment by a former woman additional district and sessions judge in Madhya Pradesh against a state high court judge.

  • UN envoy discusses Afghanistan security in Pakistan visit

    Islamabad: The UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Jan Kubis Monday met with top Pakistani advisers in Islamabad and discussed the recent developments in Afghanistan and in Pakistan-Afghanistan relations, officials said.

  • Delhi communal clash: Hunt on for five key accused

    New Delhi: Forty-four people have been arrested following the communal clash in Delhi’s Trilokpuri, but a hunt is still on for five men whose acts triggered the violence, police said Monday.

  • FC Pune City rope in Arjun Kapoor as brand ambassador

    Pune: FC Pune City Monday added a fresh dose of Bollywood glamour to their team, roping in actor Arjun Kapoor as their brand ambassador for the inaugural season of the Indian Super League (ISL) football tournament.

  • Trilokpur simmers, residents under house arrest

    New Delhi: Ten-year-old Shabnam has been longing to get home and eat a decent meal. But, stuck a few blocks away from home in east Delhi’s Trilokpuri, she is home yet far away, due to the tense situation in the area following clashes between two groups.

  • Black money: Disclose all names, demand Congress, Left

    New Delhi: The Congress Monday lambasted the BJP-led central government for failing to come up with the entire list of people who have stashed black money in tax havens abroad.

  • Squash: Ravi Dixit, Harinder Pal Sandhu in semifinals

    Chennai:  Kush Kumar wasted a match point and went down in five games to Egypt’s Hossam Nasser in a well-fought quarterfinal match in the fourth leg of the JSW-PSA Challenger squash circuit here Monday.

  • Nitin GAdkari with Devendra Fadnavis

    BJP undecided on Maharashtra CM candidate

    New Delhi: The BJP Monday said no call has been taken on the chief ministerial candidate in Maharashtra,where the party is all set to form the government.

  • Billiards: Advani, Causier advance to last 1

    Leeds: Title favourites Pankaj Advani and David Causier of England led a quality field into the pre-quarterfinals of the World billiards championship (timed format), here Monday.

  • Nawab Malik

    NCP to abstain during Maharashtra confidence vote

    Mumbai: The Nationalist Congress Party Monday said  it would abstain from voting if the proposed Bharatiya Janata Party government seeks vote of confidence in the legislature.

  • 11 security personnel killed in Iraq suicide bombing

    Baghdad:  At least 11 security personnel were killed and some 25 others wounded in a suicide car bomb attack in Iraq’s central Babil province, a provincial security source said Monday.

  • Two die of dengue in Delhi

    New Delhi: Two people have died of dengue in the national capital and the number of cases has soared to 340, municipal health data said Monday.