Free Press Journal
  • Sri Lanka opposition alleges violation of election norms

    Colombo:  Sri Lanka’s opposition party today launched ‘Black Book’ listing the alleged violation of election laws by public servants in favour of President Mahinda Rajapaksa and warned that these officials will be firmly dealt with.

  • 2.5-magnitude quake hits Karachi

    Karachi: A 2.5-magnitude earthquake today hit Pakistan’s Karachi city, creating panic among the residents.

  • Indian Navy engineer found dead on INS Godavari

    Ahmedabad: A 24-year-old Indian Navy engineer allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself onboard the INS Godavari, a naval ship sailing near Porbandar coast, early today morning, the police said.

  • Anushka gets thumbs up for ‘PK’ from beau Virat

    Hyderabad: Actress Anushka Sharma, who has sported a new look in “PK”, says her beau, cricketer Virat Kohli has loved the forthcoming movie, which also stars Aamir Khan.

  • Now a Fan soon to be a surveillance device!

    New Delhi: An Indian project that converts ceiling fan into a surveillance and intruder detection device was declared a winner at the first ever Indo-Russian youth innovation submit here today.

  • Want major diamond mining firms to sell directly to India: Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday said he wants major diamond mining companies to sell directly to the Indian diamond industry, which will be beneficial for both parties, and he has made three proposals in this regard to visiting Russian President Vladimir Putin.

  • mulayam singh yadav

    Govt pursuing communal agenda: Oppn

    New Delhi: Opposition parties today accused the government of pursuing communal agenda, prompting treasury benches to hit back by charging them with keeping quiet when Hindus are converted under allurement or coercion.

  • Greg Chappell

    Greg Chappell picks Warner, Smith, Marsh as future leaders

    Adelaide: Former Australia captain Greg Chappell feels that Steven Smith is a worthy candidate to lead the national cricket team but adds he is not the only choice if Michael Clarke decides to step down some day.

  • Cheteshwar Pujara

    Pujara lauds India’s batting 

    Adelaide: Batsman Cheteshwar Pujara Thursday exuded confidence that India will continue to put on an impressive batting display on day four of the ongoing first Test against Australia at the Adelaide Oval and overhaul the host’s first innings total of 517 for seven declared.

  • Narayan Rane

    Narayan Rane and son fail to appear before Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: Former Maharashtra minister Narayan Rane and his son Nitesh Rane, accused of making remarks against the Gujarati community in the social media, failed to appear before the Bombay High Court today in response to notices issued to them based on a public interest litigation.

  • University Of Mumbai

    Mumbai varsity VC was appointed without application of mind: HC

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today ruled that the appointment of Rajan Welukar as the vice chancellor of Mumbai University reflects lack of “application of mind” and violated the criteria stipulated for the job.

  • Mumbai pull out Australia-bound Kulkarni from Ranji team

    Mumbai: Mumbai will be without the services of Dhawal Kulkarni when they take on Railways in their second Ranji Trophy cricket league match from December 14-17 as the medium-pacer has been called in as cover for injured Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the India squad touring Australia.

  • Gang rape case

    Man booked for raping daughter

    Indore: A man was today charged with offence for allegedly raping his minor daughter repeatedly for last 6 months here, police said.

  • Security for rape-murder accused – and a dead body!

    Chandigarh:  Strange as it may sound, security agencies in Punjab and Haryana have provided the highest security cover to three cult leaders – one who has been dead for almost a year and two other controversial sect leaders with criminal cases of rape, murder and religious blasphemy slapped on them.