Free Press Journal
  • PDP, BJP

    PDP, BJP may shake hands but hiccups remain

    Srinagar/Jammu: The PDP and the BJP, the two largest groups in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly, said Thursday they were prepared to form a government amid signs of problems in stitching an alliance.

  • J P Nadda

    Swine flu: No need to panic, says J P Nadda

    New Delhi : Union Health Minister J.P. Nadda on Thursday reviewed the situation arising out of reports of swine flu cases in the country at a meeting in the national capital.

  • Odisha to get its first womens’ university soon: Minister

    Bhubaneswar: Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) has accepted Odisha government’s proposal regarding according univeristy status to Rama Devi Womens’ College here and a cluster varsity status to Khalikote College in Berhampur, said Odisha’s higher education minister Pradeep Panigrahi.

  • Mining of iron ore from Moamundi in couple of days: Tata Steel

    Jamshedpur: A day after Jharkhand government’s assurance to initiate steps to renew Tata Steel’s iron-ore mine, the company today expressed the hope that mining activities would be resumed in a couple of days.

  • Jammu BJP leaders meet J-K Governor

    Jammu : Jammu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders on Thursday met Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra at his residence.

  • Rain in Odisha keeps people indoors on New Year

    Bhubaneswar: Most parts of Odisha experienced moderate showers today due to a well marked low pressure in the Bay of Bengal dampening the New Year spirit.

  • Rape

    Woman gangraped by three in Rajgarh

    Rajgarh (MP):  A married woman was allegedly gangraped by three persons at Kachhikhedi under Sarangpur police station area, police said today.

  • Four killed in road mishap in Burdwan

    Burdwan (WB) : Four persons were killed in a road mishap while returning from a picnic on New Year Day at Bhatar in West Bengal’s Burdwan district.

  • Asaram Bapu

    Asaram undergoes medical examination at AIIMS

    New Delhi: Asaram Bapu was today taken to AIIMS here amidst high security for examination by a medical board following a Supreme Court direction in connection with his bail application in the Jodhpur rape case.

  • Snowfall, Cold, Jammu Kashmir

    Mercury dips in Valley;lowest in Kargil, Srinagar at -4.8deg C

    Srinagar:  Mercury plummeted in Kashmir Valley today after a slight respite for few days, dropping further below the freezing point with Kargil recording a new low of minus 15.8 degrees Celsius this season.

  • Girl commits suicide over dispute with parents

    Muzaffarnagar : A 20-year-old girl allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison over a reported dispute with her parents in Pancheda village here, police said today.

  • It’s ‘aniti and durniti’, says Opposition on renaming plan panel

    New Delhi:  Opposition today criticised as mere “fluff” and “gimmickry” the government’s decision to restructure Planning Commission and rechristen it “Neeti Ayog” and voiced apprehension that it will discriminate against the states and help “corporates call the shots” in policy making.

  • Patrolling intensified in Chilika in new year

    Berhampur (Odisha):  Patrolling has been intensified in and around Chilika Lake of Odisha to prevent killing of birds in the new year here which is home to millions of winged guests in winter.