Free Press Journal
  • sitaram yechury

    Yechury asks Govt. to reveal stand on internal security

    New Delhi: Expressing grave concern over the terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury on Friday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre to reveal its stand as far as the country’s internal security is concerned.

  • Rainfall

    River linking could alter rainfall, hit monsoons, warns expert

    Kolkata: Criticising the interlinking of rivers (ILR) project of the Indian government, a leading geologist and environmental expert Friday warned the move could disrupt rainfall pattern which could be a significant issue in the wake of climate change.

  • UPA responsible for closure of Nokia India’s plant: Tamil Nadu

    Chennai: Blaming the erstwhile United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government and its retrospective tax demand for Nokia’s decision to close down its factory near here, Tamil Nadu Industries Minister P.Thangamani said the state is now witnessing industrial growth.

  • Vaishavi second, Nocera in lead in Women’s Indian Open golf

    New Delhi: Indian woman golfer Vaishavi Sinha retained her second position despite a subdued two-under 71 after the second round of the $300,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open as overnight leader Gwladys Nocera remained in the lead here.

  • Narendra Modi

    PM condemns Kashmir attacks

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday condemned the attacks in Jammu and Kashmir in which 21 people were killed.

  • Bengaluru, Arrest

    No change in juvenile justice system, says Centre

    New Delhi: The central government Friday said there was no change in its position on the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Bill, 2014, as introduced in the Lok Sabha in August.

  • Rs.10,000 crore of cross-border tax evasion in 3 years

    New Delhi: Over the last three financial years, 4,590 cases of cross-border tax evasion valued at Rs.9,951 crore have been detected, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said Friday.

  • IIT Delhi’s MBA course for students across streams

    New Delhi: Now students from all streams can pursue an MBA course from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi under its new programme, a statement said Friday.

  • rajnath singh

    Rajnath slams Pakistan amid Kashmir terror attacks

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh slammed Pakistan for the serial terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir since Friday early morning and demanded that it should stop these incidents.

  • Opposition protests minister’s abuse with black scarves

    New Delhi: Members of opposition parties, led by Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, Friday tied black scarves across their mouths to protest union minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti’s abusive comments at a rally here.

  • Air Canada resuming its direct flights to Delhi

    Toronto: Air Canada will begin non-stop service from Toronto to Delhi, beginning in November 2015, the airline said in an official announcement Friday from Montreal.

  • Y S Jaganmohan Reddy

    YSR Congress stages statewide protests in Andhra

    Hyderabad: Accusing ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in Andhra Pradesh of going back on its poll promises, the opposition YSR Congress party Friday staged protests across the state.

  • Supreme Court

    Started with good intentions, PILs now being misused: SC

    New Delhi: Supreme Court Friday said the public interest litigation (PIL) was started with good intention to help the poor people by espousing their cause before the higher judiciary but now it was being misused for raising frivolous matters.

  • Veteran communist leader may return to Left Front

    Alappuzha: Speculation is rife here that veteran communist leader K.R. Gowri, the lone surviving member of the world’s first democratically elected communist government, will return to the Left Front in Kerala.

  • Narendra Modi

    TDP backs Modi’s handling of minister’s remarks issue

    Hyderabad: The Telugu Desam Party, a key partner in the BJP-led NDA central government, Friday backed Prime Minister Narendar Modi over his handling of the issue of controversial remarks of the central minister Sadhvi Jyoti Niranjan.

  • Report sought from Punjab on free eye check-up camp: Nadda

    New Delhi: The central government has sought a report from Punjab into the free eye check-up camp that left 15 people from Amritsar district without eyesight, Health Minister J.P. Nadda said Friday.