Free Press Journal
  • Suspended Congress MLAs deny ‘injuring’ Maharashtra Governor

    Mumbai: All five suspended Congress members of Maharashtra Assembly denied causing injury to Maharashtra Governor C Vidyasagar Rao today and alleged that the entire episode was a “conspiracy” by the BJP government.

  • Maharashtra Speaker suspends five Congress MLAs for two years

    Mumbai: Five Congress legislators were today suspended by Maharashtra Assembly Speaker Haribhau Bagde for two years for allegedly heckling and physically stopping Governor C Vidyasagar Rao as he entered the Vidhan Bhawan today.

  • Himachal HC concerned over monkey menace

    Shimla: Expressing concern over the death of a woman in Shimla last week owing to the monkey menace, the Himachal Pradesh High Court Wednesday vent its anguish over the lack of action to contain the problem.

  • HC summons to Cabinet secretary, LS Secy, Par Affairs Secy

    Kochi:  The Kerala High Court today issued summons to eight persons, including the Cabinet Secretary and the Lok Sabha Secretary, asking them to appear in the court on December 5 in connection with a petition challenging the election of former union minister Shashi Tharoor from Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha constituency.

  • Retail inflation slows to 5.52 percent in October

    New Delhi: India’s consumer price index-based inflation slowed to 5.52 percent during October 2014 from 10.17 percent during the corresponding month last year, government data showed Wednesday.

  • Indian Oil LNG terminal to be ready 2017-18

    Chennai:  Oil marketing company Indian Oil Corporation’s (IOC) liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal near here is expected to go on stream by the third quarter of 2017-18, a top company official said Wednesday.

  • Ghaziabad lawyers agitate for high court bench

    Ghaziabad: Lawyers from Ghaziabad Wednesday protested outside the residence of union minister Gen. V.K. Singh (retd) demanding a bench of the Allahabad High Court in western Uttar Pradesh.

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    ‘Maha Governor injured as legislators try to block his entry’

    Mumbai: Protesting legislators of Congress caused “injury” to Maharashtra Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao on the first day of the session today when they tried to block his entry into the legislature complex here, revenue minister Eknath Khadse said.

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    AMU students slam media for ‘biased’ reports on library row

    Aligarh:  Aligarh Muslim University Women’s College Students’ Union (AMUWCSU) and AMU Students’ Union (AMUSU) today organised a joint protest against alleged “biased media reports” over the issue of access to girls to the university’s central Maulana Azad Library.

  • PM Modi meets Myanmar pro-democracy icon Suu Kyi

    Nay Pyi Taw: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today had a meeting with Nobel laureate and Myanmar’s opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in his first interaction with the pro-democracy icon.

  • US, China strike deal on carbon cuts

    Beijing: Striking a deal on carbon cuts, the US and China Wednesday announced ambitious goals, pledging joint efforts to tackle climate change in 15 years.

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    Obama: No US role in Hong Kong pro-democracy protests

    Beijing: President Barack Obama today firmly denied any US role in “fostering” the prolonged pro-democracy protests that have paralysed parts of Hong Kong for over six weeks, despite China’s accusations that foreign forces were behind the stand-off.

  • Some 22,000 virus risk dentist patients recalled in UK

    London: Some 22,000 patients of a British dentist are to be recalled for tests to see if they have been infected with blood-borne viruses, including HIV, in what is believed to be the biggest ever recall in UK medical history.

  • Gold firms up on seasonal demand, overseas cues

    Mumbai: Snapping a two-session downtrend, gold prices firmed up at the domestic bullion market today due to renewed buying interest from jewelery stockists as well as retailers on the back of rising wedding season demand.