Free Press Journal
  • Meeting convened to discuss security for travelling public: Railways

    New Delhi: Railways Minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu Wednesday said a high-level meeting comprising heads of all state police forces has been convened in Delhi on Jan 15 to discuss the best possible security arrangements for the travelling public.

  • BJP welcomes Pakistan SC order overturning Lakhvi bail

    New Delhi/Gandhinagar: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has welcomed the Pakistan Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn the Islamabad High Court’s order to grant bail to 26/11 terror attack accused Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, saying that a well known terrorist like the latter deserves to stay behind bars.

  • Political leaders condemn attack on Paris magazine

    New Delhi: Leaders across the political spectrum on Wednesday condemned the terror attack on Paris-based magazine Charlie Hebdo, terming it an assault on the freedom of expression.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Kejriwal’s new radio ad counters resignation barbs

    New Delhi: In a reaction to BJP’s radio ad campaigns bashing AAP chief for quitting, Arvind Kejriwal has come up with another radio ad campaign to counter the resignation barbs.

  • AirAsia crash,large object

    Tail of crashed AirAsia plane found in Java Sea

    Jakarta/Singapore: The tail of the AirAsia jet that went down with 162 people on board was found today in the Java Sea even as a signal was detected by divers, raising hopes of a breakthrough in recovering the plane’s crucial black box to determine the cause of the mysterious crash.

  • No instructions given by the Centre in Sunanda case: MoS Home

    New Delhi: Delhi Police was carrying out an independent probe in the Congress MP Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Pushkar death case and that there was no “instruction” given to the investigators by the Centre, Minister of State for Home Affairs Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary today said.

  • Amit Shah

    Amit Shash distances from Sakshi Maharaj’s statement

    Bhubaneswar: Seeking to distance from party MP Sakshi Maharaj asking Hindu women to have four children, BJP President Amit Shah today said it was the former’s personal remark and not party’s stand.

  • Anti-conversion bill if ‘secular parties’ support: Amit Shah

    Bhubaneswar: Showing keenness on a general consensus the issue of stopping forceful religious conversion, BJP President Amit Shah today said a bill can be brought in parliament for the purpose if “so called” secular parties extend support.

  • HC directs official to consider plea by film distributors

    Chennai: Madras High Court today directed Chennai city Commissioner of Police to consider representation of distributors of Rajinikanth-starrer “Lingaa” for conducting hunger strike on Saturday demanding compensation of “loss” from the producers and the actor as the film was a “failure.”

  • HC calls for case diary in suicide case, issues notice to cop

    Mumbai:  The Bombay High Court today asked the Maharashtra government and the police to produce the case diaries of state CID pertaining to alleged suicide of a 27-year-old executive with an MNC whose body was found on the railway tracks in suburban Mulund in 2010.

  • CBSE

    CBSE announces 2015 exam schedule

    New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education examinations would begin March 2, an official statement said Wednesday.

  • mumbai metro

    HC to pass order on Metro fares tomorrow

    Mumbai,: The Bombay High Court will decide tomorrow whether RInfra and Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd (MMOPL) can charge the initial fares of Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 30 and Rs 40 for the Ghatkopar-Versova phase of Mumbai Metro.

  • Mumbai airport on alert after threat message

    Mumbai: An alert has been sounded at the Mumbai international airport here after a message threatening to carry out an attack on the coming Saturday was found scribbled on a wall of a washroom on the airport premises, police said today.

  • Three swine flu deaths in Delhi, health situation reviewed

    New Delhi: Delhi Wednesday reported the third death caused by swine flu, which prompted the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and the city health department to hold a meeting in the capital to review the situation.

  • Falling crude puts oil, finance ministries at cross-purposes

    New Delhi: With global crude oil prices going below $50 a barrel on the first Tuesday of January, India’s finance and petroleum ministries find themselves at cross-purposes in a way that recalls the Roman two-faced god of the month, Janus.