Free Press Journal
  • Preventive measures in Sambalpur to check jaundice

    Bhubaneswar:  To prevent jaundice from assuming alarming proportions in Sambalpur city in western Odisha, the state government Monday said Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and Chief Secretary Gokul Pati would visit the city Wednesday to take stock of the situation.

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    States told to use funds meant to curb encephalitis: Nadda

    New Delhi: The central government will ask of all five states – Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu – where Japanese encephalitis cases are reported to utilize funds meant for the disease’s prevention, union Health Minister J.P. Nadda told parliament Monday.

  • ‘Roy’ music to be launched on

    Mumbai: The music and videos of Ranbir Kapoor-starrer “Roy” will be launched on on-demand digital entertainment store-front, making it accessible to users of Hungama’s web, WAP or mobile apps.

  • Police rescue 26 stray dogs from Delhi house

    New Delhi: Twenty-six malnourished stray dogs that were confined to a house in the capital were rescued by Delhi Police, officials said Monday.

  • Yuvraj ton gives Punjab upperhand vs Maharashtra

    Pune: On a day when he was dropped from the BCCI’s graded retainership, Yuvraj Singh came to his own as he blasted Maharashtra attack into submission with an attarctive 136 to guide Punjab to a commanding position in a Ranji Trophy cricket match, here today.

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    Sonia Gandhi’s condition improving: Doctors

    New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi is “feeling better” and her “condition is improving”, the hospital treating her for an infection in her lower respiratory tract said Monday.

  • Protest against government over conversions, unfulfilled promises

    New Delhi: Thousands of people from different parts of the country thronged the national capital Monday protesting against the central government over various issues, prominent being religious conversion and the “government not acting on its promises”.

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    Pakistani courts suspend seven execution orders 

    Islamaba: Two Pakistani courts Monday suspended the execution of seven convicted terrorists citing various grounds even as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif directed the country’s attorney general to take legal steps to get such suspension orders revoked.

  • AAI’s non-aeronautical revenue up 52 percent

    New Delhi: The government Monday said the non-aeronautical revenue of state-run Airports Authority of India has increased 52 percent in three years from Rs.819.10 crore in 2010-11 to Rs.1,241 crore in 2013-14.

  • Ram Temple should be b’day gift to Atal: Sena MPs

    New Delhi: Shiv Sena members in Lok Sabha today sought rolling out of Uniform Civil Code, abrogation of Article 370 and construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya as a “birthday gift” to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee whose birth anniversary falls on December 25.

  • Probe all fraudulent chit funds, Left tells Modi

    New Delhi: A Left delegation Monday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and urged him to have all fraudulent chit funds operating in eastern India thoroughly investigated.

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    India to be pro-active in enhancing energy efficiency: Govt

    New Delhi: India will be pro-active in enhancing energy efficiency and expanding renewable energy in the fight against climate change, government told Parliament today while giving details of its role in a recent UN-led global meet on the issue.

  • Himachal Pradesh fight back after Goa score 357

    Porvorim (Goa): Ankit Kalsi and Rashmi Parida scored half centuries as Himachal Pradesh made 172 for three in reply to Goa’s 357 all out on day two of the Ranji Trophy Group C match here today.

  • What is happening is `ghar wapsi’, not conversion: RSS’ Vaidya

    Nagpur: Amid a raging row over alleged religious conversions undertaken by right-wing groups, RSS ideologue M G Vaidya today said what is happening was not change in faith, but “homecoming” of those who had left the Hindu fold.

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    Seoul declares war on Uber taxi business

    Seoul: Kim Kyung-ho, the head of South Korean capital Seoul’s traffic division, Monday filed a lawsuit against the Uber mobile application which connects riders to private car owners, promising to punish drivers cooperating with the taxi-hailing service.

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    Our OS is different from that of Micromax: OnePlus to HC

    New Delhi: Chinese phonemaker Shenzhen OnePlus Technology Co. Ltd today told the Delhi high court that its version of the Cyanogen operating system (OS) is different from the one that Micromax has an exclusive licence to for use in India.