Free Press Journal
  • Harish Rawat

    CM Harish Rawat asks secretariat employees to return to work

    Dehradun:  A day after Uttarakhand High Court directed the state government to ensure an early end to the ongoing strike by secretariat employees, Chief Minister Harish Rawat today appealed to them to return to work in public interest.

  • N Chandrababu Naidu

    Central team to assess cyclone damage in Andhra Pradesh

    Hyderabad:  A central team will be visiting the cyclone-affected districts of Andhra Pradesh Nov 24-25 to collect data and assess the damage based on the enumeration done by the state government.

  • People do not spare who fail to deliver on promises: Sachin Pilot

    Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan): Rajasthan Congress chief Sachin Pilot attacked the BJP government of not keeping its word, including providing employment to youth, saying people do not spare those who fail to deliver on their promises.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Arvind Kejriwal woos youth, promises 800,000 jobs, WiFi

    New Delhi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal Saturday launched the party’s Delhi Dialogue campaign and wooed the national capital’s youth by promising 800,000 jobs, vocational training, stadia, new colleges and WiFi across the city.

  • T.R Zeliang

    No breakthrough in Naga political problem till we reconcile:T R Zeliang

    Kohima: Nagaland Chief Minister T R Zeliang today said that though the Naga political problem has been continuing for more than six decades along with the 17-year cease-fire between the Centre and Naga political groups (NPGs), there seems to be no breakthrough till date.

  • Nitish Kumar

    Omission of Nitish Kumar name triggers war of words

    Patna: Omission of the name and photograph of former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar from the site of NTPC power plant at Barh, where a unit is being dedicated to the people today, triggered a war of words between rival parties.

  • Ebola Virus

    Drugs to fight Ebola few in number: WHO

    Geneva: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that scientific evidence shows only a handful of drugs may eventually be effective against Ebola, stressing that none of them, as of yet, has received the organisation’s endorsement. The available treatments that may look promising are still insufficient, said WHO official Martin Friede at a press conference Friday.

  • World Bank

    World Bank hails G20 leaders’ commitment to combat Ebola

    Brisbane:  World Bank President Jim Yong Kim Saturday welcomed the call to action on Ebola by leaders of the Group of 20 (G20), the world’s largest developed countries and emerging economies.

  • coffee-cup

    Study reports: Coffee could prevent weight gain

    London: A chemical compound commonly found in coffee may help prevent weight gain and also fight some obesity-related diseases, finds new research.

  • manoharlal khattar

    Present yourself in court peacefully: CM’s appeal to Rampal

    Chandigarh:  Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today appealed to self-styled godman Sant Rampal to present himself before the court in a “peaceful manner”, saying one must give utmost priority to uphold the dignity of the judicial system.

  • successful-man

    High-earning, playful men ensure stronger orgasm for women

    New York: Find a rich, funny partner if you want a super sex life. According to an interesting research, women who have funny, self-confident and high-earning partners report more stronger orgasms.

  • arjun kapoor-tevar

    Arjun Kapoor to launch song of ‘Tevar’ on ‘Bigg Boss’

    Mumbai: Actor Arjun Kapoor, who is playing a fan of superstar Salman Khan in his upcoming movie “Tevar”, will release the first song of the movie “Main toh Superman, Salman ka fan” on the sets of reality TV show “Bigg Boss 8”.

  • upward_graph

    Sensex triumphs with 28K milestone, Nifty record high

    Mumbai: Encouraging macro datas and FIIs inflows helped Sensex to finally capture the milestone of 28K-level and Nifty to hit fresh record highs during the week. The feel good factors like fall in CPI and WPI inflation along with rebound in Industrial production growth bolstered the market sentiment amid hope of RBI opting for early rate cut and real growth fundamentals.