Free Press Journal
  • SAD holds dharna against drug menace near IB

    Attari/Ferozepur:  The ruling Shiromani Akali Dal today staged a dharna against the drug menace in the state near the International Border and pitched for “greater awareness” and “vigilance along the border with Pakistan”.

  • Where are ‘achche din’ if commuters face problems? asks Sena

    Mumbai: Criticising authorities over handling of commuter rage and breakdown of suburban train services last week, the Shiv Sena today mocked the Centre’s promise of “achche din” and asked where are the good days assured to the people.

  • AMU fellow elected to Israel’s Hebrew varsity students’ union

    Jerusalem: A madrasa-educated student from prestigious Aligarh Muslim University has become the first Indian to be elected to represent about 2,000 foreign students from 80 countries in Israel’s famed Hebrew University.

  • Take atomic energy seriously, manage it safely: Experts

    Mumbai: The need to share worldwide research and development on nuclear energy was highlighted by experts at a symposium on atomic energy today on the third day of Indian Science Congress here.

  • depression

    Could depression be a physical illness?

    London: Depression may not be a mental or emotional condition but actually a result of inflammation caused by the body’s immune system, scientists say.

  • Saina Nehwal

    Sports Ministry recommends Saina’s name for Padma Bhushan

    New Delhi:  The Sports Ministry today decided to recommend ace shuttler Saina Nehwal for the Padma Bhushan award but insisted that it did not receive her nomination from the Badminton Association of India (BAI) within the stipulated deadline.

  • Jitan Ram Manjhi

    Shoe hurled at Bihar CM Manjhi in Patna

    Patna: A shoe was hurled at Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Monday while the leader was addressing people at the Janata Darbar in Patna.

  • Two tribals killed by Maoists amid anti-rebel operations

    Malkangiri (Odisha):  Two tribals were killed by Maoists on suspicion of being police informers here, even as security forces launched an operation against the rebels at Odisha-Andhra Pradesh border.

  • Former CWC member Brar resigns from Congress

    Chandigarh:  Ex-MP and former member of Congress Working Committee, the party’s apex decision-making body, Jagmeet Singh Brar today resigned from the Congress.

  • Asaram Bapu

    SC grants 2 weeks time for Asaram’s lawyer

    New Delhi : SC grants two weeks’ time to Asaram’s lawyer to look into report submitted by medical board consisting of AIIMS doctors.

  • Horse trading fears rife in UP legislative council polls

    Lucknow: With ruling Samajwadi Party and opposition BSP declaring an additional candidate each, there are apprehensions of horse trading during the upcoming election for 12 Uttar Pradesh legislative council seats.

  • Enquiry demanded into discovery of human skulls in Manipur

    Imphal:  A civil rights group has demanded setting up of an enquiry commission and a special investigation team to probe the recent discovery of eight human skulls and skeletons from an abandoned school complex.

  • rape case

    20-year-old married girl raped in Jind

    Jind (Haryana): A 20-year-old married girl was allegedly raped by a youth in Dumerkha village of the district here, police said today.

  • 1 killed, 16 hurt in bus-milk tanker collision

    Rajgarh (MP): A person was killed and 16 other passengers were injured when their bus rammed into a milk tanker on Agra-Mumbai road here today, police said.

  • Teenage girl abducted, raped

    Sambhal (UP): A teenage girl was allegedly kidnapped and raped by her neighbour in Hayatnagar area here, police said today.

  • National Games Village to be reused after sports event

    Thiruvananthapuram:  The National Games Village at Menamkulam here is set for a revamp, with the state government planning to dismantle the eco-friendly building units for more meaningful structures after the 35th National Games this month.