Free Press Journal
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    Cyclone: AP govt to hold events to cheer up Vizag residents

    Hyderabad:  Andhra Pradesh government has lined up a string of events on November 17 to cheer up and boost the morale of residents of Visakhapatnam, devastated by the last month’s tropical cyclone Hudhud.

  • polls

    ‘Development’ trumps ‘discontent’ in slogans as J-K heads to polls

    Jammu:  They had ruled the campaigns in Jammu and Kashmir during polls in 2008 and again this year during parliamentary elections, but as the state heads once more to the hustings, the slogans of discontent and dissent of the earlier political contests have been overshadowed by calls for development.

  • CBI

    HC rejects PIL seeking CBI probe in phone-tapping case

    Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court has rejected a public interest litigation which sought a CBI probe into the alleged phone-tapping of about 93,000 people by the state police.

  • Dowry Case

    Man get 10 years jail, parents 7 in dowry death case

    Bahraich (UP):  A man was sentenced to 10 years in prison while his parents were awarded seven-year jail term by a local court in a 2010 dowry death case in neighbouring Shravasti district.

  • Rape

    Man acquitted in rape case as woman turns hostile

    New Delhi: A man accused of raping a woman security guard has been acquitted by a Delhi court after the alleged victim retracted her statement and said that physical relations between them were consensual.

  • A Raja, MP Kanimozhi

    2G PMLA case: Karunanidhi’s daughter Selvi to depose as ED witness

    New Delhi:  The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has arrayed DMK supremo M Karunanidhi’s daughter S Selvi as one of the witnesses in a 2G scam-related money laundering case in which her mother Dayalu Ammal has been put on trial by a Delhi court.

  • AAP

    AAP’s first list out for Delhi polls

    New Delhi:  The Aam Aadmi Party Thursday released its first list of 22 candidates, including four who were ministers, for the upcoming Delhi assembly polls.

  • Omar Abdullah

    Omar Abdullah hails life sentence to seven soldiers

    Srinagar:  Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Thursday hailed the army’s decision to sentence seven soldiers to life imprisonment for staging a fake gun battle that killed three civilians.

  • somnath bharti midnight raid

    Midnight raid: Court to consider chargesheet Jan 16

    New Delhi:  A court here Thursday fixed Jan 16 next year for considering the chargesheet filed against Delhi’s then law minister Somnath Bharti and others in connection with raids in Khirki Extension here.