Free Press Journal
  • Amit Shah, Mamta Banerjee

    Mamata blocking NIA probe to save accused TMC leaders: Shah

    Kolkata:  Accusing Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of putting hurdles in the NIA probe into the Burdwan blast, BJP president Amit Shah today said this was being done to save the TMC leaders allegedly involved in the incident.

  • Bihar asked to meet all conditions of Natl Food Security Act

    Patna:  The Centre has asked the Bihar government to fulfill all conditions of National Food Security Act (NFSA) till December 31 this year, failing which “action will be taken”, Union Minister for Food, Public Distribution and Consumer Affairs, Ram Vilas Paswan said here today.

  • Mahesh Babu

    Not doing ‘Kaththi’ remake: Mahesh Babu

    Hyderabad:  Superstar Mahesh Babu Sunday said that he really liked recent Tamil blockbuster “Kaththi”, but shared that he’s not starring in the film’s remake.

  • Kendall Jenner

    Kendall Jenner plans to move away from family

    Los Angeles: Model Kendall Jenner is reportedly planning to shift to New York City after becoming fed up of being associated with her family and reality TV show “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”.

  • P.V. Sindhu

    P.V. Sindhu defends Macau Open title

    Macau:  Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu successfully defended her Macau Open Grand Prix Gold women’s singles title, beating South Korean Kim Hyo Min in straight games at the Tap Seac Multisport Pavilion here Sunday.

  • Mamta Banerjee

    Mamata will take TMC to the grave: Rahul Sinha

    Kolkata: The chief of BJP’s West Bengal unit, Rahul Sinha, on Sunday said that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s speeches lack substance and are full of abusive words, adding that it would take the ruling TMC down to the grave.

  • Sitaram Yechuri

    Narendra Modi government still in honeymoon period: Sitaram Yechuri

    Panaji:  Hitting out at BJP-led Central government, senior CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechuri today said the Narendra Modi government is enjoying the “honeymoon phase”, and people will soon start reacting to its “failures”.

  • BJP wanted material on Netaji public, now govt says no

    New Delhi: The BJP-led government has refused to make public nearly 39 classified files on the mysterious disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and related matters, in sharp contrast to the demands of disclosure raised by its senior leaders when in Opposition.

  • Smriti Irani

    MDMK opposes Centre’s attempt to ‘saffronise’ education

    Chennai: NDA ally MDMK today opposed any proposed changes by the HRD Ministry in the education system as suggested by the RSS, alleging these were part of efforts by BJP to ‘saffronise’ it after the party came to power.

  • Manohar Parrikar

    Soldiers more important than arms they carry: Manohar Parrikar

    Panaji:  When it comes to the country’s defence, military personnel are more important than their weapons, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said Sunday, largely blaming man-management issues for the spate of suicides in India’s armed forces.

  • Narendra Modi

    Govt to go ahead with land swapping agreement: PM Narendra Modi

    Guwahati:  Focusing on security issues in Assam, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government will go ahead with the land swapping agreement with Bangladesh for a permanent solution to the infiltration problem.

  • Firing by pakistan

    Firing on India-Pakistan border in Kashmir

    Jammu:  Pakistan Rangers and the BSF Sunday traded gunfire after the former fired at Indian positions along the Jammu and Kashmir border, police said.

  • Terror plot to attack US consulate codenamed wedding hall

    New Delhi:  The code name for the terror plot to attack the US consulate in Chennai was a “wedding hall” which was to be executed by “cooks”, a code for terrorists who were to gain entry from Maldives into India.

  • ‘Huge success in fight against HIV, but more needs to be done’

    New Delhi:  Massive success has been achieved in the fight against HIV, but still more than 50 per cent of people living with the infection in South-East Asia region are either not linked to care or not aware of their status, a senior WHO official said today.